Plus: NBC orders more scripts for Guys With Kids, The Vampire Diaries casts Bonnie's dad, and another viking show.
"Memorial" was all about acknowledging the past while looking ahead to the future, and if this episode was anything to judge by, Season 4 is shaping up to be pretty fantastic.
American Horror Story! The Walking Dead! Are You Afraid of the Dark?! Listen as Price Peterson, Tim Surette, and Jen Trolio tackle the week in TV.
Plus: Barack Obama will sit down with Jon Stewart, and Robot Chicken isn't done but The Great Escape is.
The world's finest vampire soap returned this week with a rip roarin' corker of an episode. In other words it was terrific!
It's that time of year again! October means it's now socially acceptable to watch as many horror films as possible, so please enjoy this handy guide to all the scary movies airing on TV in the next few days.
The Vampire Diaries! The Walking Dead! The fall season's first cancellation! Listen as Price Peterson and Tim Surette tackle the week in TV.
One of the things we can count on from a new season of TVD is merciless carnage, so let's guess which character(s) will perish between now and May!
Plus: Comedy Central does the same for Tosh.0, James Gandolfini books an HBO pilot, and Top Chef has a date and a new big-name judge.
We're still several weeks away from TVD's Season 4 premiere, but these photos make everything seem more real!
Car crashes! Shouting! Dark magic! Shirtlessness! Welcome back, TVD.
We weren't allowed to film our Comic-Con interview with Ian Somerhalder, so THIS is our workaround!
Plus: Community picks a class and teacher for Season 4, a Secret Circle fave heads to The Vampire Diaries, and Wilmer Valderrama!
Three of the coolest TVD stars answered some of our questions on camera. These are those answers!
Zombies! Vampires! Meth kingpins! TV.com staffers Tim Surette, Price Peterson, and Jen Trolio chat about the non-stop action of Comic-Con Day 3.
As the network prepares for a minor re-launch, we thought it might be instructive (and honestly, a bit amusing) to look back on some of its biggest missteps, so that it might learn from them in the future.
Hart of Dixie and Supernatural will kick off the network's fall season after everyone else.
Plus: Preview Night includes screenings of Arrow and Revolution, and Fringe heads to Hall H.
Network TV might be sleeping off its regular-season hangover, but cable is preparing its keggerators for a summer rager, complete with brand new series and season premieres.