This Fall, The CW has a brand-new schedule, and there are plenty of shows to be excited about, including a Vampire Diaries spin-off and several new series. Royals caught in a love triangle, vampires taking over New Orleans, a superhuman teen torn between his people and dangerous scientists — the new shows will bring lots of romance, drama, and action to the small screen. Take a look at all the new shows headed to The CW!
The season finale of The Vampire Diaries is Thursday, and we're capping off the season with a LIVE viewing party right here on POPSUGAR. Join our POPSUGAR Live! entertainment reporters (and TVD aficionados) Shannon Vestal and Becky Kirsch while they break down everything from the season and watch as season four goes out with a bang! Watch with us LIVE on Thursday, May 16, at 4:30 p.m. PDT/7:30 p.m. EDT and then again for the West Coast feed.
Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder were both in attendance at today's CW upfronts presentation in NYC. Nina and Ian walked the red carpet separately but during the event they shared the same stage even after news of their split was announced earlier this month. They were together for three years, though they became one of the many TV costar couples that couldn't make it work off screen when they called it quits.
Nina and Ian are in the Big Apple on behalf of The Vampire Diaries, which will air its season finale tonight — make sure to tune in for our LIVE Vampire Diaries viewing party tonight at 4:30 p.m. PDT/7:30 p.m. EDT.
Downton Abbey is getting a regular black character next season, but he won't be the first! According to this new Funny or Die video, Sean "Diddy" Combs was the first black character on the British drama. Watch as Diddy meets the Crawley family and their household staff, including Carson, who is not impressed, and Thomas, who is quite interested. Remember when you used to think Downton Abbey was called Downtown Abbey? Diddy still does.
If you're very used to your weekly routine with your CW shows, then get ready to be flexible, because the network is shaking up its entire Fall schedule. At this week's upfronts, the network announced that almost all of its returning shows will air on a new night (with the exception of The Vampire Diaries). For instance, Hart of Dixie is now on Mondays, Supernatural is on Tuesdays, and The Carrie Diaries will now be on Friday nights. It's not just veteran shows that are subverting expectations, either: the new The Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals won't follow its sister show on Thursdays and will instead be on Tuesdays. Along with its schedule announcement, The CW also announced that Nikita will be wrapping up after its six-episode run in the midseason schedule.
Check out the full Fall schedule for The CW after the jump.
CBS has announced its new lineup, and among the returning shows, there are some promising new ones. Robin Williams is paired with Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kal Penn is buds with Tony Shalhoub, and Dylan McDermott will appear with Toni Collette. Which series should you mark on your calendar? Click through to watch trailers of all the shows, including Josh Holloway's midseason thriller.
Another season of The Vampire Diaries is quickly coming to an end, which means we'll finally get some answers to our burning questions (at least we hope so). For example: Will Klaus and Caroline ever get together? Will someone actually take the cure? Will Silas ruin us all?These first pictures from tonight's episode don't give anything away, but they give us a lot to speculate about. See the Mystic Falls graduation, Damon sans shirt, and a very intimate moment between Klaus and Caroline!
John Krasinski on The Office's Final Season: "To Say That I'm Sad Is the Biggest Understatement of the Year"
The Office's series finale is this week, and original series star John Krasinski is already feeling emotional about the impending end. When I sat down to talk to the actor recently, he got sentimental about the show, talking about what it's meant to him and his career. Watch him open up about his feelings and talk about how nice it would be to have former costar Steve Carell stop by.
With the series finale of The Office approaching, we're celebrating Pam and Jim's sweet love story by taking a look at the couple's best moments through the years. The road wasn't always easy for Pam and Jim, but a wedding and two kids later, their romance still makes fans swoon. From rocky beginnings to a (more or less) happily ever after, here's the story of everyone's favorite Scranton couple — in GIFs.