- carriebell at Yahoo TV20 mins ago
Apparently, it is hard for Grayson/Dracula (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) to reach his full potential as a captain of industry when he doesn't keep daylight office hours and knows he is running out of time as the Order of the Dragon, on top of his less nefarious business associates in Victorian England, is growing increasingly suspicious of his tendency to burn the midnight oil.
On this Friday's episode, "Of Monsters and Men," it is show-up-or-shut-up time. In an attempt to flush out the beast, Browning is throwing a midday meeting in his solarium, and our vengeful vamp knows he needs to make an appearance or "all our efforts will have been in vain. We can't win if we don't go all in." He needs to become a daywalker, stat.
- daven at Yahoo TV1 hr ago
Cancel your Valentine's Day plans and hunker down for an epic binge-watch: Netflix announced today they're launching Season 2 of their ultra-buzzy political thriller "House of Cards" on February 14, with all 13 episodes available to stream instantly. Romantic, right?
They also released a moody 30-second teaser of conniving politician's wife Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) smoking a cigarette by the windowsill — a spot where she and husband Frank (Kevin Spacey) cooked up many a self-serving scheme in Season 1. (Please, God, let them never switch to e-cigarettes.)
To tide you over for the next two months, let's take a quick look at what we know about Season 2 of "Cards" so far.
Last we saw Congressman Frank Underwood, his nefarious maneuvering had paid off, and he'd been offered the position of Vice President. (Never mind that he had to suffocate poor, drunken stooge Pete Russo to get it.) But it's not all smooth sailing for Frank: He still owes shadowy billionaire Raymond Tusk (Gerald McRaney) big time for recommending him to the prez… and in Season 2, Tusk is looking to collect.
- kellywoo at Yahoo TV2 hrs ago
Casting superheroes is maybe the trickiest task in Hollywood. But The CW thinks it has found the right man behind the mask — they've tapped Grant Gustin to play the Flash in an arc on "Arrow" this season, with an eye toward a spinoff.
The 23-year-old actor is set for the role of Barry Allen, a forensic investigator who comes to Starling City to investigate robberies connected to his tragic past. A comic book nerd, Barry is fascinated by "The Hood" — without realizing that the man he's working with, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), is the very vigilante in question! And while Barry starts off as a regular guy, "Arrow" co-creator Andrew Kreisberg teased, "His life will get a bit faster."
If fan reception is warm toward Gustin's portrayal, the character will be spun off into his own series.
So, just who is the potential new Flash? Here are five things to know about Grant Gustin:
1. He warbled on "Glee."
- Lyndsey Parker at Yahoo TV2 hrs ago
Last night on "The Voice," Team Xtina's former frontrunner Matthew Schuler went home in sixth place. And even though my "The Day After" co-host Matt Whitfield and I predicted this would happen, we're still a little disgruntled about it.
Would the outcome have been different if there were no such thing as an "Instant Save"...or if the Instant Save could be employed by West Coast viewers, too? Since only a one percent difference in the number of #VoiceSave tweets separated Matthew Schuler from his ultimately saved bottom-two opponent, James Wolpert, we'll never know for sure.
Watch me and Matt dish about Tuesday's results and performances, and be sure to share your thoughts on the message board as well!
- carriebell at Yahoo TV2 hrs ago
You know what they say: The couple that Grimms together, stays together.
With all of Nick's supernatural skeletons out of the closet, Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) is officially part of the Portland Scooby gang. Now Nick (David Giuntoli) can share case details, browse his ancestor's creepy and seemingly professionally illustrated journals, and brainstorm bad guy abatement with his beloved.
And from what transpires in this exclusive clip from Friday's episode titled "Stories We Tell Our Young," the newest team member — a vet who knows a suspicious amount of human doctor-type factoids — could really come in handy when Nick and Hank catch a case of a child who has shown signs of possession for a year.
- Joyce Edwards at Yahoo TV3 hrs ago
On "American Horror Story: Coven," the notorious bad witch Madison, played by Emma Roberts, is not one to take things lightly. Read: coming back from the dead, initiating the season's first threesome, and gunning for the role of Supreme. But despite her sideways smirks and vengeful antics, Madison has started to show a more insightful and deeply wounded side that's beginning to balance her extremes. Yahoo TV spoke with Roberts by phone and got the scoop on just how far both she and Madison are willing to take it — which is to say, all the way and then some. Roberts clued us in about her major nerves working alongside Jessica Lange, embracing her personal obsession with witches, and being up for anything that comes Madison's way this season.
- carriebell at Yahoo TV6 hrs ago
It is that most wonderful time of the year again. There are gifts to shop for, cookies to bake, candles to light, parties to attend, vacations to plan, and holiday classics like "A Christmas Story," "Love Actually," and "It's a Wonderful Life" to fill your DVRs. So at this point, starting a new TV series — even a highly anticipated one filled with familiar faces and created by a respected name — may seem daunting.
But if you don't add TNT's "Mob City" to your TV to-do list, you will be missing out.
- Lyndsey Parker at Yahoo TV20 hrs ago
"Voice" fans would do anything for love, but apparently they won't do that — and by "that," I mean vote for Team Adam's James Wolpert, who covered Meat Loaf's chest-beating power ballad this week and ended up in the bottom two on Tuesday night. However, luckily for James, those fans were willing to use the "Instant Save" on him, meaning that Team Xtina's Matthew Schuler, who'd also landed on the chopping block, ended up getting the boot instead.
— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) December 4, 2013
- ckepnes at Yahoo TV22 hrs ago
A positive pregnancy test, drunken brawls, and jealousy tantrums are what happen when MTV picks seven recently single strangers to live in a house ... wait for it ... with their exes. And think about it. If your friend invited you to a summer share and your ex showed up a week later, you'd probably be mad, maybe not as vocal as the average "Real World" contestant, but still.
Remember the dark days of Sammi and Ronnie fighting on "Jersey Shore"? Well, picture a houseful buzzing with that energy. Hormones are ranging, neon colors are flashing, and people are screaming and/or sucking face everywhere you look:
Here are our favorite parts; let us know about yours in the comments.
1. Best Blunt Dialogue Exchange
Sensitive Dude: "I just got done having sex with you, and then you jump right in and have sex with somebody else."
Sarcastic Chick: "Oops."
2. Easiest Question
Hurt Girl: "You're dating Jamie in front of my face. Does that not make me look like a fool?" We are gonna go with a resounding "yes."
3. Second Easiest Question
- kimp at Yahoo TV23 hrs ago
We'll be mourning Hershel and even the Governor (c'mon, there was never a dull moment with that guy) forever, and now that Rick Grimes and the rest of the prison community are scattered across Georgia after Sunday's violent "Too Far Gone" midseason finale, the wait to continue observing their post-zombie apocalypse journey in Feb. seems painfully long.
But there are certainly plenty of unanswered "TWD" questions to obsess over in the meantime, so read on, and share your thoughts and theories in the comments.
1. How will Tyreese react to Rick's decision to kick Carol out of their community?
Tyreese isn't simply still angry about Karen and David's deaths — he's even angrier. After he found that creepy rabbit dissection in "Too Far Gone" and pointed it out to Rick and Daryl, he became convinced that the dissector is the same person who set his girlfriend ablaze. We don't think Carol is the perp of the creepy rabbit surgery, but it's a safe bet Tyreese is going to freak out when he learns what Carol is confirmed to have done, and that Rick, and now Daryl, knew and waited even a second to tell him.