The stars of ABC’s “Scandal” talk about what it’s like to film the show’s steamy sex scenes.
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[SPOILER ALERT!] It was the final word that had “Scandal” fans screaming and Tweeting like crazy Thursday night. [SERIOUSLY, SPOILER ALERT!] At the end of the epic Season 2 finale,… More
The soap fandom is reeling from the surprise announcement that just three weeks after their online debuts, “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” are being cut from four new episodes a week to two.
One beloved character dies, another is resurrected, Elena finally makes a definitive choice between the Salvatore brothers, and it’s safe to say that nobody predicted Silas’s true identity. “Graduation,” the season finale of “The Vampire Diaries,” was an exciting and poignant triumph.
“Grey’s Anatomy” always has great season finales. Thursday night’s episode, “Perfect Storm,” in which the hospital was plunged into darkness as all hell broke loose, was tense from start to finish. There was a macabre suspense: who was going to die in this episode, because someone nearly always does on “Grey’s.”
Three weeks into the run of the online versions of former ABC soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” producer Prospect Park has decided to cut the number of episodes released each week from four to two.
Jack McBrayer spent seven seasons playing the guileless Kenneth the Page on “30 Rock.” Now he finally gets to be the boss on “The Middle.”
I don’t like to see Castle and Beckett unhappy. They are my shiny, positive, aspirational ship. So my blood pressure rose twenty points during the “Castle” season finale, “Watershed,” which not only had Caskett on the verge of breaking up, but also featured a case inspired by a real-life Los Angeles murder that gave me the creeps when it actually happened.
“Revenge” redeemed its uneven second season with a two-hour finale that managed to address nearly every audience complaint and set the stage for a far more interesting Season 3.
Multiple episodes of “The Vampire Diaries” have featured ghostly appearances from former characters. This week’s installment,”The Walking Dead”, may have been the most effective because there was some suspense about whether they might stick around permanently.