Former Passions star and upcoming Revenge transplant Justin Hartley has snagged a guest spot on ABC Family's smash comedy, Melissa & Joey. Hartley will play Noah, Mel's (Melissa Joan Hart) new boyfriend who temporarily shacks up with Mel and her family. His presence in the home causes their relationship to take an unexpected turn. Hartley's episode is slated to air Aug. 7.
Melissa & Joey airs Wednesdays at 8 PM EST on ABC Family.
Good news for The Talk’s Aisha Tyler and Let’s Make a Deal’s Wayne Brady. The CW has renewed their primetime laugher, Whose Line Is It Anyway, for a 24-episode second season. The series also stars Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles.
The Vampire Diaries returns this fall with more teen angst and vampire relationship drama. This weekend at Comic-Con, The CW show aired an extended reel of Stefan (Paul Wesley), Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder). The clip also teased more doppelgangers and the evil Silas. Watch The Vampire Diaries’ Comic-Con 2013 video after the jump!
The CW ordered a spinoff of its biggest hit, The Vampire Diaries, with The Originals. Now it looks like Supernatural, could get the same treatment.
According to TVLine, the serial, starring Jensen Ackles (ex-Eric Brady, DAYS) and Jared Padalecki, will feature a backdoor pilot for the potential spinoff “in or around Episode 20”. Watch a Comic-Con preview of Supernatural's upcoming season after the jump!
Comic-Con Interview: Beauty and the Beast Supercouple Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan Offer Insight on CW HitBy Susan Hornik on July 21, 2013
It's a tale as old as time — a monstrous, tormented beast and the ravishing beauty determined to save him. In 2012, The CW put a fresh spin on the Beauty and the Beast mythology with a new serialized drama starring Smallville alum Kristin Kreuk and New Zealand's Jay Ryan. Daytime Confidential caught up with the equally-beautiful pair this weekend at Comic-Con.
Kreuk and Ryan delved into the psychological underpinnings of their characters, police detective Catherine Chandler and Vincent Keller, a former doctor transformed into a mutant super soldier with murderous rage by a government experiment. Do the talented actors believe in the kind of predestined, star-crossed love their characters share? Keep reading to find out.
Daytime Confidential: Congrats on the show. After doing so many years of series television, what brought you back?
Kristin Kreuk: That’s a good question. It really was Sherri [Cooper] and Jennifer [Levin]. I met with them, and I loved them so much. I know that being on TV for a long time, it’s about the people that you’re working with. They are wonderful and collaborative, and they wanted to work with me, and I liked that a lot, so that’s why I did it. I was a little scared to get back into a full TV show again.
DC: What makes her a beauty, and what makes him a beast?
KK: I really think that a lot of what we’re exploring is that no one is one or the other, but everybody has beauty and beast within them, that we make certain choices in our lives to behave in one way or in another. Catherine’s journey in part is really to come to understand that there are no bad guys, and there are no good guys, that people make decision, and that humanity is blind, so I think that’s a big part of it. READ MORE