Has Supernatural or The Vampire Diaries been on your to-watch list for years? No matter how dedicated a TV viewer you are, it's easy to let a few shows slip through the cracks. That's why Summer is the best time to boot up the laptop and start crossing titles off your list! We turned to Netflix to see what streaming shows are available that can be started from season one. Check them out so you have something to occupy yourself with until regular TV returns in a few months.
I thought all the cancellation carnage might be over for the season after we lost shows like Happy Endings, Whitney, and Smash, during upfronts, but alas, Showtime still has some bad news to deliver. The Borgias is being canceled after three seasons, meaning its June 16 episode will be its last. The series joins a lot of other shows that have gotten the boot, so if you need a rundown on what's been canceled so far, then start clicking.
Most of our favorite shows have ended for the season, but we're already looking ahead to some of the exciting shows coming up this Fall. With familiar faces like Rebel Wilson, Andy Samberg, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers heading to the small screen, we can't wait to set our DVRs. Check out all the comedies and dramas to look forward to this Fall!
- To wrap up the month, we called out the best and worst of May entertainment.
- We asked for your thoughts on Netflix's season of Arrested Development and pointed out all the famous guest stars.
- Mark your calendar for the best indie movies coming out this Summer.
- The Internet is buzzing with a Mad Men mystery we examined: who is Bob Benson?
- New ideas in Hollywood are hard to come by, as evidenced by all of these prom movie clichés and similar movies that came out around the same time.
- Now You See Me star Dave Franco did some magic for us, Isla Fisher assured us she does her own stunts, and Jesse Eisenberg told us about his role.
- Hillary Clinton is getting the biopic treatment, so we asked you who should play her.
- Check out the first pictures of Claire Danes shooting Homeland's new season.
- Love Bridget Jones? Get a Summer reading list for fans of Bridget Jones's Diary.
- Which guy made the biggest impression on the season premiere of The Bachelorette?
- Hugh Jackman seeks revenge in the Prisoners trailer, and the Machete Kills trailer proved it might be the most ridiculous movie ever.
For my money, May is usually one of the most exciting months of the year for entertainment, and this year was no exception. May sweeps took hold, treating audiences to season (and series) finales both sweet and shocking. Summer movies thrilled audiences, we said goodbye to an SNL regular, and John Krasinski lip synced his heart out on late-night TV. Without further ado, we give you the best and worst of May entertainment.
— Additional reporting by Shannon Vestal
Following May's upfront presentations, we'd gotten word on whether our favorite shows will be returning or not, and today we got some late-breaking news that Hannibal has just been renewed for a second season too. If you still don't know the fate of the other shows you watch, start clicking. Find out if your favorite series have been dropped or picked up for another season now.
— Additional reporting by Shannon Vestal
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!
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.
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!
This is the last episode of The Vampire Diaries before next week's season finale, and we finally have normal Elena back. Well, she's mostly back to normal, except for the bloodthirsty rage she feels toward Katherine. But the main event is when Bonnie finally "drops the veil" so she can deal with Silas and make good on her deal with Katherine. This means we get to see some old friends (Alaric!) and enemies (Kol) as they briefly visit Mystic Falls. And though the focus is on those who have died previously, someone from the main group joins their ranks.
I'm excited to see what happens in next week's finale, but this week is so huge too. I'm ready to break down the good, the bad, and the bloody after the jump!