American Idol season 11 winner Phillip Phillips today announced the title, cover, and release date for his debut album!
We’re getting another nice look at A Young Doctor’s Notebook which stars Jon Hamm (Mad Men) and Dan Radcliffe (Harry Potter). The latter actor plays a younger version of the older.
In another interview with Teen Wolf executive producer Jeff Davis and star Tyler Posey, the duo talk about how much they love their fans, feeling responsible to stay socially conscious, and the possibility of future projects.
Tennis star Andy Murray has had a big year professionally, but don’t expect him to spend his downtime reading. And he blames it all on Harry Potter.
The latest episode of Downton Abbey aired in the U.K. last night, and wow was it a big one! U.S. fans, if you haven’t seen it, turn away now if you don’t want to be spoiled.
Some videos of Rick Riordan speaking on his The Mark of Athena book tour have come online! Check out what he talked about below.
This week sees a slight lull from the onslaught of recent game releases with the lone major new title hitting store shelves being 007 Legends.
The Walking Dead
After much anticipation, The Walking Dead is finally back with its third season! The season premiere just finished airing, and we’d like to know, what did you think?!
MTV Geek sat down with Teen Wolf executive producer Jeff Davis and one of its stars, Tyler Posey (Scott), at the New York City Comic-Con this weekend. Check out the video below for some good laughs, a couple of bad jokes, and a few hints at season 3.
The Vampire Diaries
The Vampire Diaries is back Thursday with the second episode of season 4, “Memorial.” You can see a sneak peek featuring Elena, Damon and Stefan here.
Once Upon a Time
Read the synopses of two upcoming Once Upon a Time episodes, entitled “Tallahassee” and “Child of the Moon.” Emma and Ruby are in focus this time!
The Big Bang Theory
Though ratings slipped slightly this week, The Big Bang Theory continued to bring in the laughs with “The Higgs Boson Observation.”
The eighth annual Outfest Legacy Awards took place in Los Angeles last night, and guest presenter Darren Criss, on hand to bestow Broadway producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron with a Visionary award, performed a unique version of “Happy To Keep His Dinner Warm,” a number from Zadan and Meron’s recent production (and Darren’s Broadway debut,) How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.
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The Hunger Games
We’ve received some great, high-res photos depicting filming for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on going at DeKalb Peachtree Airport.
Following last night’s episode, Fringe returns in two weeks with “The Bullet That Saved the World.” Watch the promo now!
Agents of SHIELD
What did you think about tonight’s Merlin episode?! Check out the promo for next Saturday’s “The Death Song of Uther Pendragon.”