In August, we found out that MTV’s upcoming Scream series will star Willa Fitzgerald, Amy Forsyth, John Karna, Carlson Young, and Amadeus Serafini in major roles. And now, according to Bella Thorne, she too is going to join the show, if only temporarily. READ FULL STORY
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Jason Butler Harner has landed a recurring role on Scandal, EW has learned exclusively.
He got too comfortable. And when you get too comfortable on Survivor, you get voted out. That’s what happened to Jon Misch last night on San Juan del Sur, mostly because he never thought his close ally Missy would turn on him. He thought wrong. Jon called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) this morning to talk about how it all went amiss, and you can now hear the entire conversation on the InsideTV Podcast. Among the other topics up for discussion: What’s it like to have your lover’s quarrel play out on national television? What happened to the hidden immunity idol he didn’t play? And what surprised him most watching the season play back on TV. Jon answers all of that and more. Just click on the audio player below to listen in. (The ‘Survivor’ interview with Jon begins at 19:30.)
But first, we hang out with one of our faves: Aisha Tyler. The star of Archer, The Talk, and a million other things popped by to chat about whatever the hell she felt like chatting about. What did she feel like chatting about? Listen in and find out! READ FULL STORY
In Mystic Falls, the holidays are never what you’d call “typical.” (Let’s not forget the time Klaus celebrated by murdering 12 hybrids and drowning Tyler’s mother). And this year, with Kai roaming around trying to merge with Jo and Enzo roaming around trying to kill Stefan, things are shaping up to be just as festive as fans have come to expect.
In anticipation of the Vampire Diaries‘ mid-season finale, we talked with executive producer Caroline Dries about what fans can expect for Bonnie, Delena, Steroline, and more.
Once Upon a Time may be saying goodbye to Frozen, but the ABC fairy tale series won’t be void of villains for very long: A trio of evil familiar faces will make their debut in Sunday’s winter finale. EW has the exclusive first look at Maleficent (Kristin Bauer Van Straten), Ursula (Merrin Dungey) and Cruella de Vil (Victoria Smurfit), otherwise known as the Queens of Darkness.
How were these three characters chosen to join the residents of Storybrooke? Executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis walk us through the process and tease the new foes:
Every week, host Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of ‘Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water.’ READ FULL STORY
In Kingdom‘s season 1 finale, Ryan Wheeler and Jay Kulina both began their comebacks, Nate gave into temptation, Christina might have returned to her old ways, Lisa changed her life, and Alvey realized that sometimes getting everything you want leaves you, well, nowhere. All in all, it was an hour full of beautifully executed fight scenes and even more powerful drama.
We talked with creator Byron Balasco about the final hour and what fans can expect moving forward.
Peter Stormare will reprise his role as Vertigo in an upcoming episode of Arrow, EW has learned.
It is traditional for young Doctor Who fans to hide behind the couch during scarier moments of the 51-year-old British time-travel show. But the way executive producer Steven Moffat tells it, there may be a few adults tempted to jump back there and join them when BBC America airs this year’s Christmas episode on Dec. 25 at 9 p.m. “It’s a scary one,” says Moffat, who wrote the special. “I keep defining it as Miracle on 34th Street meets Alien.”
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