- Kelly Woo at Yahoo TV30 mins ago
Wait, does Westeros have coffee shops?
An eagle-eyed fan of “Game of Thrones” spotted a hilarious mistake in King Joffrey’s wedding from Sunday night’s episode. When the camera pans to the Lannister family in the front row, Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is seen holding a coffee cup!
But that's not all – he's holding it with this right hand, the one that was cut off and replaced with a gold prosthetic. So, not only does King’s Landing have paper cups and a coffee chain, it has a facility for regrowing limbs. It's an even more magical place than we'd originally though.
- Kelly Woo at Yahoo TV59 mins ago
And more than anything, it shows us — and them — that they've totally moved on from each other. As she says, they'll always love each other, but that love has morphed from a romantic kind to a deep friendship.
That perfect life with the beautiful home and two kids? It isn't real. As messy and painful as her relationship with Damon is, that is real.
The Great 'Shipper War may be over for good.
A rundown of relationships on this week's "Vampire Diaries":
Elena and Stefan Status: Friends forever
- Kimberly Potts at Yahoo TV2 hrs ago
Warning: This post contains character and story line spoilers.
It's not the first "Game of Thrones" recasting — Michiel Huisman took over the role of Daario Naharis from Ed Skrein, and Hafþór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson will be the third actor to play Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane, after Conan Stevens and Ian Whyte. But Dean-Charles Chapman's takeover of the role of Tommen Baratheon is unique: It's the second role the 16-year-old has played on the series.
- Kelly Woo at Yahoo TV12 hrs ago
Olivia Pope can fix any scandal. Or can she?
In the Season 3 finale of "Scandal," Olivia realizes that she's the biggest scandal of all. And to fix herself, she has to go away.
A Washington, D.C. without Olivia Pope? A White House without Olivia Pope? A Fitzgerald Grant without Olivia Pope? An Olivia Pope & Associates without, uh, Olivia Pope?
Yes, it's possible. Because at the end of the episode — after Fitz has won the reelection by a fingernail, after his son Jerry was murdered, after Maya Pope was apprehended, after Huck was reunited with his family, after Harrison may or not be dead, after Rowan was revealed to be the Biggest Bad of All Time Ever — Olivia Pope got on a jet plane and flew away into the sunset with Jake.
Team Gladiators? #Broken.
- Maggie Furlong at Yahoo TV14 hrs ago
Hate to break it to you, Gladiators, but those of you still shipping Olivia (Kerry Washington) and Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) on "Scandal" need to hear the harsh reality: Olitz is doomed. And that's not just because she quit her job and flew off into the sunset with Jake Ballard (Scott Foley) in the Season 3 finale… that's because she chose to stop fighting with Fitz and fighting for Fitz, and in that moment, it was over. Forever. Don't get me wrong – I think that in a different time and place, under totally different circumstances, Olivia and Fitz are completely meant to be together and could live happily ever after making babies and jam in Vermont. But Shonda Rhimes doesn't do sci-fi. This is real life (or at least TV "real life"), and their lives are really messed up. Irreparably so.
- Victoria Leigh Miller at Yahoo TV17 hrs ago
Yahoo TV caught up with Simpson to get the scoop on "Dancing With the Stars," his brand-new "Surfboard" music video, and what he's up to next.
[Related: Catch Up on 'DWTS' With Our Weekly Recaps]
Calling "The Lion King" one of his "favorite movies growing up," Simpson told us of his final dance: "Certainly the Simba thing really worked. It was really cool to be able to play that character a little bit." So it's no wonder the pop star admitted he felt a bit blindsided by his sudden elimination from the competition following his Simba samba.
Watch Simpson's elimination:
- Kelly Woo at Yahoo TV20 hrs ago
Late-night television has experienced seismic shifts recently. ABC moved Jimmy Kimmel to 11:35 p.m. Jimmy Fallon took over "The Tonight Show" from Jay Leno. And CBS announced that after David Letterman retires in 2015, Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert will host "The Late Show."
But one thing hasn't changed: Jon Stewart is still making people laugh at 11 p.m. on Comedy Central.
And as a New York Times article pointed out, Stewart has become more than just a funny, brand-name host — his "Daily Show" has become a major incubator of comedy on television, rivaling the empire that Lorne Michaels has built at "Saturday Night Live."
Stewart's stint on "The Daily Show" started in a low-key fashion, according to co-creator Madeleine Smithberg.
- Kelly Woo at Yahoo TV20 hrs ago
As Stefan Salvatore on "The Vampire Diaries," Paul Wesley has had to bite countless necks, engage in dozens of brawls, and even get locked up in a box. But in the April 17 episode, he faced a completely new challenge: stepping behind the camera!
Wesley makes his directorial debut with "Resident Evil," and Yahoo TV chatted with the star by phone about why he switched sides, as well his thoughts on a reunion between Stefan and Elena, and the growing fanbase for a Stefan/Caroline romance.
Plus, we asked a few questions posed by fans on Twitter.
What made you want to step behind the camera to direct? Being an actor is an incredibly gratifying, rewarding experience. But there are certain limitations, and I've been interested in the production aspect and filmmaking aspect, behind the cameras, ever since I wanted to become an actor. There are certain things that you wish you could control as an actor, and I was able to define some of those things. There's a great fulfillment there. That was something I aspired to do and attain. It was everything I thought it would be.
'Orphan Black' Star Jordan Gavaris Previews Season 2: Felix Will Have 'New Allegiances, New Enemies'Kelly Woo at Yahoo TV21 hrs ago
First rule of Clone Club: Bring in a Felix.
While the brilliant Tatiana Maslany is undoubtedly the star of BBC America's "Orphan Black," Jordan Gavaris stole quite a few scenes in Season 1 as fabulously snarky Felix Dawkins, the foster brother of central clone Sarah Manning. When the outrageous gay artist befriended uptight suburban mom Alison Hendrix, it was a match made in television heaven.
In Season 2, fans will get even more of Felix and Alison, Gavaris told Yahoo TV, as well as more interactions with other clones. Even better? Felix is getting a love interest!
Find out what else Gavaris had to tease about the highly-anticipated new season of "Orphan Black," which premieres April 19.
- Maggie Furlong at Yahoo TV1 day ago
How is "Hannibal" playing in international markets? This Korean commercial for the NBC drama is very telling... and surprisingly hilarious. We all know Hannibal is dreamy, and the man can dress, but are they forgetting the fact that he's a serial killing cannibal?
Take a look at this trailer from Korea's AXN Network:
But what are they saying? And why are Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) and Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) so sparkly? We translated it so you don't have to guess.
After the announcer says that "Hannibal is rewriting the history of American dramas," he says that Mads Mikkelsen is getting a lot of interest and praise for his "great acting and sexy appeal."
Some of the comments shown as Hannibal is sparkling like an angel: "Love Mads Mikkelsen"; "His acting is the best"; "Gasp Gasp Mads Mikkelsen is so hot"; "The acting is better than the movie"; "No words to describe how hot he looks in the suit."
And then there's this:
In red it says: "He’s so sexy." Well, yeah, posing like that we guess he is.