We spoke to cast about the lasting affects of Tommy's death and what to expect in Season 2.
Admittedly we were prepared to see more than one Dany T., but we never expected Quailman to be so popular.
I can now confirm with absolutely certainty that Daniel Gillies really is the best. Oh, and a lot of crap is going to go down in Season 1.
See Dan Harmon in an Iron Man suit, Bryan Cranston in a Walter White mask, and all sorts of other shenanigans.
Creator Kurt Sutter made no promises about who lives and who dies, but the end is definitely closing in.
The cast remained tightlipped on spoilers for Season 9, but promised it'll be worth the wait.
Elena is heading to college, Jeremy's getting some roommates, and Bonnie—well, she's still there, I guess.
Executive producer and lead writer Steven Moffat claimed the show hasn't even started the casting process yet. But no one could stay down for long in the lovefest that followed.
Showrunner Jeremy Carver mostly remained tightlipped about Season 9, but he did say we'll see lots of angels and demons.
We talked to the producers about the NSA and that third phone call, and Jim Caviezel got pranked (with exclusive photographic evidence!).
Series creator Kevin Williamson said so himself.
We regrouped on Saturday night to talk about True Blood, The Vampire Diaries, Person of Interest, and more.
Here's your first official look at Season 2.
Plus: See a trailer for the second half of Season 6!
The cast and crew spent their panel discussing the irony of the NSA scandal, and even delivered some casting news.
Eric Kripke admitted the mistakes of Season 1, while also offering hope for Season 2. Plus: a trailer with new footage!!!!
Something wicked this way comes for Rick and the group, but what will it be?
The fall's most anticipated show new is pretty much what you'd expect from Joss Whedon: awesome.