There are certain images from seasons past of Survivor that you simply can’t get out of your head. Perhaps it is Sue Hawk’s infamous “rat and snake” speech at Borneo’s final Tribal Council. Maybe it is Jenna Morasca and Heidi Strobel stripping for peanut butter and chocolate in The Amazon. Or it could be poor gullible Erik (or Brandon) giving away his immunity… and then promptly being voted out. (Whoops!) Over 12 years and 24 seasons, the reality show has provided a bevy of memorable moments. So we asked the cast of season 25, Survivor: Philippines, to give us their favorite Survivor moment ever. Who selected the Cook Islands mutiny? Who picked Parvati playing two immunity idols? And which returning player chose… their own moment from a previous season?! Click on the video player below to see for yourself. Then hit the message board to let us know your favorite Survivor moment. And for more Survivor scoop, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. Take it away, guys… READ FULL STORY
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The season 3 premiere of AMC’s The Walking Dead is less than a week away, and according to star Andrew Lincoln, some big name deaths may not be far behind. To anyone that thought the show would back off on offing some of its main characters after sending Dale and Shane to the afterlife in season 2 — think again! “Frankly, every time anybody reads a script they live in mortal fear,” says the man who plays Rick Grimes in the video interview below.
But zombies aren’t all our survivors have to worry about this year. As Lincoln explains, the humans will also have to worry about…other humans. “That’s what this season is about, really,” says Lincoln, “is that human beings can be far more atrocious to one other and invent incredibly novel and imaginative ways to hurt one another.” To see more of our chat with the Walking Dead star — including him pleading with producers not to cut his hand off — click on the video player below. And for more Walking Dead scoop, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY
Elena may not be thrilled to wake up in transition when The Vampire Diaries returns on Oct. 11, but there’s at least one undead activity for her to look forward to: vampire sex.
“All the rage is this vampire sex,” said Nina Dobrev, when we caught up with her on the set a few weeks ago. “Unfortunately, I can’t tell you who Elena’s going to have it with but she definitely will have some and it’s definitely going to be hot and heavy and sexy and fun.”
Though Dobrev wouldn’t name the lucky guy, co-star Ian Somerhalder confirmed that his character wasn’t a contender.
“It’s not going to be Damon,” he said. “It’s all about Stefan.” Or so he thinks. (When we cross-checked with Dobrev, she seemed totally surprised that Somerhalder suggested Elena does the deed with the younger Salvatore).
Having seen the first two episodes, we’ll say only this: There’s one particular scene that we’re sure will have the entire fandom debating what really qualifies as “vampire sex.” Ponder that. (Then press play after the jump to watch Somerhalder and Dobrev tackle the topic). READ FULL STORY
Last week, Survivor: Philippines’ Angie left Jeff Probst speechless when she opined that the cure to all her tribe’s woes was a nice big plate of cookies. But Angie’s cookie craving was merely the latest in a long line of eye-popping, jaw-dropping moments to occur at Tribal Council. With this being the show’s landmark 25th season, we went to the host with the most to get his picks for the five best Tribal Councils ever. And where better to get his selections than at Tribal Council itself? While out on location for Survivor: Philippines, I cornered Probst right after he snuffed Zane’s torch on day 3 to get his official list.
With well over 300 Tribal Councils to choose from, Probst certainly had plenty of crazy moves and moments worth considering, but he’s come up with a pretty nice list. Watch the video below (complete with footage from said moments) to see Probst’s picks, and then let us know your list of top five Tribal Councils. And for more Survivor scoop all season long, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. Take it away, Jeff… READ FULL STORY
'The Walking Dead': Norman Reedus and Michael Rooker debate which Dixon is the bigger badass -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
They have yet to share a (non-hallucination) scene together, but Daryl and Merle Dixon of The Walking Dead have nonetheless become TV’s most infamous brothers. Their blood bond is likely to be severely tested when season 3 of AMC’s zombie drama premieres on Oct. 14. At some point, it appears that Daryl’s group at the prison and Merle’s gang in the nearby town of Woodbury will go toe to toe. The question is: Will the siblings fight against or alongside one another?
Here’s another question: Which Dixon is the bigger badass? We asked the two men who play them — Norman Reedus and Michael Rooker — that exact question, and you can click on the video player to see how they answer. We also asked the on-screen siblings about their various fan groups (including the Dixon’s Vixens), and Reedus has a pretty boss idea on how the various clubs can fight it out for their love. Check out the video below to see Reedus and Rooker in all the Dixon glory! And for more Walking Dead scoop, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY
Despite some debate whether The Neighbors was fall’s craziest new show, the ABC half-hour pulled in a decent amount of viewers and, surprisingly, didn’t rattle our TV critic Ken Tucker’s cage too much. Heck, he said it wasn’t the worst new show of the fall season, at any rate, and seemed intrigued at what episode 2 might deliver.
Up until now, not even critics have seen anything beyond the first episode. So the question remains: What will be in episode 2 of The Neighbors? Well, we have some answers for you. EW has an exclusive sneak peek from tomorrow night’s new episode. In “Journey to the Center of the Mall,” the human Weaver family takes the alien family, the Bird-Kersees, to their first outing beyond Hidden Hills when they hit the mall to shop for back-to-school clothes. The clip below features an interrogation session between the human parents and the alien parents, before devolving into a pretty funny joke about Transformers director Michael Bay.
As a bonus, EW has an exclusive clip from Neighbor‘s lead-in comedy, The Middle, too, and it’s a doozy. Turns out, Frank-e Heck (Patricia Heaton) is getting fired from the car dealership in tomorrow night’s episode, appropriately titled “The Second Act.” Why is she being let go? Watch the clip below — as well as The Neighbors clip — to find out:
Torture. Emotional family reunions. A bleak picture of the world’s future. Strange foods. Yup, Fringe had all the makings of a classically great season premiere. Of course, there’s a lot more to come.
So when EW hit the set of Fringe earlier this week and got a chance to chat with actors John Noble, Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, and Jasika Nicole, there was no holding back all the burning questions we were left with after getting an early peek at the episode fans saw tonight. (Note: Jeff Jensen’s full recap is in the works!)
Burning Question No. 1: Will Walter get his memory back after being Observered? READ FULL STORY
EW has given Josh Malina a mission: Capture the excitement on the set of Scandal for an entire season.
It’s a tough assignment, but Malina was more than up for the challenge. Need some proof? Check out the videos below. In the first, you’ll get a peek at some of the features coming this season (trailer tours!) and the second is teases courtesy of Katie Lowes and Darby Stanchfield.
Scandal returns to ABC tonight.
'The Walking Dead': David Morrissey (a.k.a. the Governor) drops intel on the town of Woodbury -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
While much has been made of the West Georgia Correctional Facility being the big new locale for season 3 of The Walking Dead, plenty of action will also be taking place just a few miles away in the town of Woodbury, GA. And who better to provide intel on said town than the man who runs it? We sat down with the actor who plays the Governor, David Morrissey, to get his take on a place that may not be as wonderful as it seems on the surface.
“It’s an oasis in this madness,” says Morrissey. “Although it looks like a fortress, there’s aspects of it that look very idyllic, which are idyllic in this world. That comes at a cost.” What that cost is remains to be seen, but we already know that Andrea and Michonne will end up at the town, and that a confrontation will eventually take place between the prison and Woodbury contingents. So not everything is hunky-dory. To hear more from Morrissey on what to expect from Woodbury, check out the video below. And for more Walking Dead scoop, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY
The potential for embarrassment when you go on a reality TV show cannot be understated. Frankly, if you don’t embarrass yourself, then what good are you? They put you on the show to embarrass yourself! Now get to it! Right before filming began, I decided to warm up the contestants of Survivor: Philippines for the experience for getting them to share with me their most humiliating moments to date, and boy, are there some doozies.
Which contestant once jumped into bed with the wrong (naked) man? Who accidentally flashed her lady parts? Who accidentally flashed his man parts? Who got caught shoplifting beef jerky? And who started vomiting violently just 3 days before filming began? To learn the identities of these and other culprits, click on the video payer below. (Note to self: never do Pete’s laundry. Never. Ever. Ever.) And for more Survivor scoop all season long, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY
The Food Network won’t be the only place to turn for slicing and dicing this fall as The Walking Dead welcomes the sword-wielding Michonne when season 3 kicks off on AMC on Oct. 14. A fan favorite from the comic book (and glimpsed briefly in the season 2 finale) Michonne is known for dragging along two armless, jawless zombie “Pets” on chains and carrying around a bitchin’ katana sword she uses to remove zombies from their heads.
We caught up with the woman who plays Michonne, Danai Gurira, at our EW photo shoot to ask what it’s like to get to swing that sucker around, and how the sword helps define her character. “It became of an extension for her of many things,” says Gurira. “Of a rebirth into a new world. Not the world than anyone would ever want, but one that she’s damn sure gonna make sure she survives in — and thrives in.”
To get the inside intel on Michonne and her weaponry, click on the video player below. And for more Walking Dead news sent directly to your virtual doorstep, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY
The big question on MTV’s comedy Awkward has always been: Team Matty or Team Jake? And that big debate for Jenna (Ashley Rickards) will still be front and center in the show’s season finale, titled “The Other Shoe,” which is set to air tonight.
EW has an exclusive clip from the finale, which finds Jenna playing what appears to be a harmless game of Spin the Bottle. It’s harmless, of course, until she takes her spin. “While I was past my prime to play, it seemed fitting given all the spiraling I’d done throughout the year,” Jenna explains in the clip.
Of course, the game doesn’t help Jenna with any choice between her two boys, Jake (Brett Davern) and Matty (Beau Mirchoff), as it points just between them. But, she makes it clear she knows what she wants: “The bottle didn’t know what I wanted, but I did.” The episode’s logline teases that Jenna has indeed made her decision about which boy she wants to be with, but as you might imagine, something goes wrong that “leaves Jenna questioning if getting everything she wants is really what she needs.” Watch the teaser clip here:
There are lots of reasons to be excited for tonight’s episode of Covert Affairs — and beyond. For elaboration, we turn to Christopher Gorham, who stopped by EW recently to host a quick Spoiler Room: Video Edition for us.
In the video, which you can see below, he previews tonight’s episode, talks about the progression of the Annie/Auggie relationship, promises shirtlessness — and teases the arrival of a surprise visitor.
Watch: READ FULL STORY
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