The CW recently revealed that Lindsey Gort (boy, that's a tough name to pull off) will play the young version of Samantha Jones, who was famous on Sex and the City for her super sexual, anything goes outlook.
There are so many folks in the reality TV spectrum who haunt our worst nightmares -- just say the name Kody Brown and we get chills down our spines. But there are plenty of scripted characters who have also been terrifying this season. Some of them are quite overt (nothing's more overt than baring fangs), while others are a little subtler in their creepy approach. In the spirit of Halloween, here's who's been frightening us the most lately:
On the surface, these two teen dramas created/produced by Kevin Williamson seem to have little in common. One is about a wholesome group of kids growing up in a harbor community in the Northeast and dealing with their normal, non-supernatural, everyday issues. The other is about a few blood-sucking vampires who have tormented a small Virginia town for centuries. However, when we put the two shows side by side, we quickly realized that they have a lot more in common than one might initially think.
Kerry Washington's D.C.-set soap is so much fun, it's scandalous.
Given that The CW moved Cult from its plum Tuesday time slot to 9 PM on Friday nights after only two episodes, we figure that the future does not look bright for this series, or the show within the show -- we've even stopped recapping it because we can hear the death knell coming. Since we really do like the cast, we're hoping that they move on to bigger and better things when Cult is inevitably cancelled. Here are our suggestions.
Another Downton Abbey resident departs the manor, though not with the Grim Reaper this time.
Is this what bringing sexy back looks like?
Closing time/One last call for paper/So finish your printing and doodles.
Maroon 5 frontman, The Voice host and American Horror Story murder victim Adam Levine tried his hand at sketch comedy over the weekend as a Saturday Night Live host. How'd he do? Well, let's just say he shouldn't quit his day job anytime soon... whatever that happens to be this week. (At least the writers clearly realized his limitations, writing around him as much as humanly possible.) Despite the night's overall suckitude, there were a few bits that worked. Here are the sketches we would have turned our big red plush chairs around for.
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