Benjamin Stockham gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on his must-see new series, premiering tonight on NBC!
Let’s hear it for the Boy! Following tonight’s presentation of the 2014 Winter Olympics, NBC is airing a special premiere of its most feel-good series since Parenthood — and with executive producer/writer Jason Katims at the helm, is that any surprise?
Harry tells HollywoodLife.com that while it’s ‘unfortunate’ Kenzie didn’t make it through, her elimination could someday prove to be a ‘blessing.’ Do you think she deserved to be in this season’s top 13?
American Idol fans loved spunky songstress Kenzie Hall from the moment she first opened her mouth, so they were especially furious Feb. 20 when she didn’t make the top 13. In fact, she wasn’t even given another chance to sing before getting the axe! HollywoodLife.com caught up with Harry Connick, Jr. after the results were revealed for an explanation.
Forget gold medals; the real prize at the 2014 Olympics — or the booby prize, as it turns out — is none other than Justin Bieber!
To the victor go the spoilers, to the loser goes… the Biebs? The Twitterverse is abuzz with talk of deportation after someone suggested that the loser of the Olympic men’s hockey game between the United States and Canada, taking place Feb. 21, should have to keep Justin Bieber forever.
Anthony Gillingham vs. Charles Blake: Find out which lucky guy will win Mary’s heart in Season 5!
Downton Abbey‘s fourth season hasn’t even finished airing in the U.S., but Season 5 is already being filmed across the pond, and it looks like Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) has finally chosen between her potential suitors! Michelle was recently spotted shooting a kissing scene with a very familiar face, which might surprise some viewers.
Did you like Sam as much as we did? Watch his performance, then drop a comment with YOUR top ‘Idol’ pick from Rush Week!
This season’s top 15 guys went head to head (voice to voice?) on the Feb. 19 episode of American Idol, and while there were quite a few stand-out performers, one contestant stood head and shoulders above the rest: Florida native Sam Woolf! Excuse me while I totally fan-girl over him.
The Feb. 18 episode of ‘Pretty Little Liars’ revealed that Ezra is not the villainous ‘A,’ which creator Marlene King confirmed in a follow-up interview. And while some fans are hailing this as a brilliant plot twist, I’m choosing to call foul.
Let me begin by saying how much I love Pretty Little Liars. I’ve been riding the Rosewood Roller Coaster since day one, and I don’t plan on getting off until the ride comes to a complete stop. But you know what I don’t love? Spending months being told who the show’s villain is, only to have the rug pulled illogically out from under me — and this isn’t the first time that’s happened.
‘The Voice’ has never left us this speechless! Watch Cee Lo make the big announcement on Ellen DeGeneres’ show, then weigh in: Will you miss him as a coach?
The Voice is about to get a lot quieter. Just days before the NBC singing competition’s season premiere, Cee Lo Green revealed that he won’t be returning for the following season this fall. Usher is once again filling in for Cee Lo during Season 6, which premieres Feb. 24, but when Season 7 rolls back around, it’ll have to do so without Mr. Green.
Is Ezra’s reign of terror finally over? This week’s ‘PLL’ took a major step backwards, undoing the series’ biggest twist yet. Are you disappointed, or relieved?
I never thought this day would actually come, but Aria (Lucy Hale) FINALLY learned the truth about Ezra (Ian Harding) on the Feb. 18 episode of Pretty Little Liars, though it turned out to be a much different version of the truth than you probably expected.
Watch Tyler Posey get candid about the show’s most passionate ship.
Teen Wolf has been pretty hectic in recent weeks, what with the parade of Oni spirits marching through Beacon Hills, the big werewolf baby-daddy revelation, and the constant looming threat of imminent death. So when HollywoodLife.com caught up with the stars of MTV’s hit series in NYC, we naturally pressed on the most important issue plaguing season 3B: ‘Sterek!’
And set your DVRs: A new trailer for the Marvel smash will air Feb. 19 during ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’
Chris Pratt is on top of the world, and that’s just where we like him. Not only does he voice the lead character in the country’s No. 1 film, The LEGO Movie, but new pictures have just been released from his upcoming superhero blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy — and they’re all about Chris.
Plus, which member of the ‘Teen Wolf’ gang is secretly a dad?!
A bomb was planted somewhere in Beacon Hills on the Feb. 17 episode of Teen Wolf — an actual bomb, not a drama bomb, by the way — and Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) literally found himself in a race against time to save the day. Of course, the evening took a bit of a turn when we discovered that Stiles wasn’t trying to save anyone; his inner fox was merely creating chaos in order to feed! Ugh… teenagers can eat anything, can’t they?
Plus, find out why Austin says fans will love JT and Tess’ new ‘path.’
It’s been a hell of a season for JT (Austin Basis) on The CW’s Beauty & The Beast. “He’s had a rough time adjusting to Vincent 2.0,” Austin tells HollywoodLife.com. “There was no JT 2.0, so he really had to roll with the punches, and I think that’s a testament to his loyalty as a friend.”
Part love story, part social commentary, ‘Star-Crossed’ is unlike anything you’ve ever seen — minus, of course, the perfectly constructed cast of familiar faces.
Something pretty cool is landing on The CW tonight. The network — already running rampant with vampires, werewolves, and even angels — will add aliens to its supernatural roster with the Feb. 17 series premiere of Star-Crossed. But it’s more than just an alien show; it’s romantic, it’s intelligent, and as star Matt Lanter tells HollywoodLife.com, it’s unfortunately “raw and real.”
Patrick and Richie’s latest bedding was one for the ages! Find out what Jonathan had to say about the behind-the-scenes awkwardness.
Looking fans have enjoyed watching Patrick (Jonathan Groff) and Richie (Raúl Castillo) explore their relationship during the HBO series’ first season, and the word “explore” was never more appropriate than on the show’s Feb. 16 episode. Was it a hot scene? Yes. Was it also an awkward scene? Most definitely.
Did ‘Good Luck Charlie’ get the ending it deserved? Find out what happened to Teddy and the rest of the Duncans, then drop a comment with your review.
After four seasons, 100 episodes and countless video diaries, Disney Channel’s Good Luck Charlie ended its successful run Feb. 16 with a two-part series finale. It was an evening of tearful goodbyes, surprising reunions — and, of course, plenty of laughs.
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