News from Athena Karantzalis

  • THE CW'S HOTTEST NEW STAR TALKS ABOUT THE SPARKS BETWEEN CLAY AND QUINN, THE ATTRACTIVE OTH CAST, AND BEING SHY AROUND GIRLS.

    TV.com Q&A: One Tree Hill's Robert Buckley

    One Tree Hill has made a lot of huge changes in its seventh season -- Peyton (Hilarie Burton) and Lucas (Chad Michael Murray) are out, but Clayton (Robert Buckley) and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) are in. TV.com chatted with Buckley about…

  • CHRIS VANCE OFFERS INSIGHT ON THE SENSITIVE SUBJECT OF MENTAL ILLNESS AND TALKS ABOUT HIS CHARACTER’S UNCONVENTIONAL METHODOLOGY IN THE NEW FOX DRAMA MENTAL.

    Fox goes Mental

    With a title like Mental, you might think this new show is a dramedy about high-strung, pill popping therapists who treat crazy people and sleep with each other. That sounds fun, but this time the writers have taken the…

  • ACTRESS CHYLER LEIGH SAYS HER CHARACTER LEXIE GREY IS MATURING FAST, AND HER RELATIONSHIP WITH DR. SLOAN IS GETTING HOT AND HEAVY.

    Chyler Leigh: Expect surprises in Grey's finale

    As Dr. Lexie Grey on ABC's Grey's Anatomy, actress Chyler Leigh played a woman in the shadow of her older half-sister, Meredith Grey, during her first season. But as her skill as a surgeon has improved, so has her…

  • ACTOR MICHAEL EMERSON PROMISES SOME MAJOR REVELATIONS IN TONIGHT'S TWO-HOUR FINALE.

    Lost's Ben says finale is "earth-shattering"

    Speaking with actor Michael Emerson isn't much different from speaking with the character he plays on Lost, Benjamin Linus. Emerson is calculating, almost poetic in his delivery, and crazy smart.

  • FAMILY GUY'S STEWIE DROPS BY BONES, A PHYSICAL GETS ADMINISTERED ON HOUSE, AND SCRUBS WRAPS THINGS UP.

    What to watch this week on-air and online

    For the week of May 4-May 10: More shows wrap up their seasons, including two possible high-profile-series finales: Scrubs and Dollhouse. And in these gloomy times, Michael J. Fox gives us a reason to keep our chins up.

  • PRIVATE PRACTICE, HEROES, CHUCK END SEASONS, LOST ADDS A NEW VARIABLE.

    What to watch this week on-air and online

    For the week of April 27-May 3: Season finales are coming this week, with Chuck leading the way. Will it be a series finale also? Things get explained in Lost, finally, and NCIS shows off its spinoff team.

  • THIS WEEK, PRISON BREAK RETURNS TO FINISH UP ITS FOUR-YEAR RUN, WHILE TORI SPELLING RETURNS TO HER FAVORITE ZIP CODE.

    What to watch this week on-air and online

    For the week of April 13-April 19: On television, the anticipated return of Prison Break is the week's top story, with the premiere of Sit Down, Shut Up a close second. Online, TV.com has clips of Bravo's favorite D-Lister…

  • WE SAY GOODBYE TO TERMINATOR THIS WEEK... BUT FOR HOW LONG? PLUS SOME BIG-NAME DEBUTS HIT THE AIR, INCLUDING SOUTHLAND.

    What to watch this week on-air and online

    For the week of April 6-April 12: Premieres. premieres, premieres. Southland, Parks & Recreation, and Harper's Island highlight the debuts this week. Check out clips of all of them on TV.com to see which is worth your while!

  • BOBBY CANNAVALE AND SARAH PAULSON STAR IN ABC'S NEW COMEDY CUPID, AND THEY'RE A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN.

    Playing matchmaker with Cupid's stars

    Romantic comedies rely so heavily on chemistry that two actors can make or break the show's future more so than any of television's other obstacles. The leads from ABC's new show Cupid chatted with us about the new comedy…

  • ABC'S FAMILY DEBUTS TWO NEW SHOWS, SOUTH PARK SOLVES THE RECESSION, AND CLARK KENT DIRECTS AN EPISODE OF SMALLVILLE.

    What to watch this week on-air and online

    For the week of March 21-March 27: ABC Family explores what it's like to live on your own in NYC, and ABC proper takes on single moms. On TV.com, we have an interview with Law & Order: SVU's Stephanie…

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