"5 things we're excited to see on The Vampire Diaries this fall"
In case you’ve grown somewhat tired of Stefan (Paul Wesley) or Damon (Ian Somerhalder), this year of the originals on The Vampire Diaries will bring a lot of new faces to the screen. Look, we're not saying we are tired of them or anything, but we appreciate the fact that the show stays five steps ahead of what its audience thinks it wants, thereby delivering some fantastic surprises and (in the words of series executive producer Julie Plec) "all kinds of crazy shit that hits the fan." And we wouldn't want it any other way, right? Well, if you don't mind being spoiled about some minor plot points coming up, keep reading because we have some juicy scoop for you! ... [MORE]
"The fight for Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation: May the best Tammy win!"
If you thought Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) became a different man when Tammy II (Megan Mullally) was around, just wait to you see what time spent with his first wife Tammy (Patricia Clarkson) does to him! Actually, don’t wait at all: just tune into Parks and Recreation tonight when “Ron and Tammys” airs, giving you a look at a new (surprisingly hairless) side to Swanson... [MORE]
"How Chris D’Elia can save Whitney"
You may not know Chris D’Elia by name. In fact, you may not know him by face, either. Unless you’re a frequent comedy club patron, the last time you would have seen the star on the rise was in TBS’ short-lived 1980s college comedy Glory Daze, and his super senior stoner Stankowski was so baked, scruffy, and glazed over he was barely recognizable as the same guy shaving in the mirror behind Whitney Cummings in ads for their new NBC sitcom. But D’Elia is a name we believe you should know; he is swift and smart, witty and charming. He deserves time to shine on television, and we fear that without some retooling he will only be dragged down by Whitney, not thrust forward into the spotlight... [MORE]