No one will ever be one hundred percent of what you want them to be or idolize them to be. An actor or actress is just one small part of a show, and their lives outside of that show exist in whatever way they chose to live. If you don't agree with what they are doing, how they act, or how they live that life, it's time to start questioning why you follow or idolize them.
The Legend of Korra did something that's hard for any television show to do. It satisfied an appetite for something I never knew I even wanted. Specifically, it created a role model: a brown-skinned protagonist.
I was lucky enough to chat with the incredibly eloquent Gillies about the finale of The Originals, as well as where he sees Elijah's journey headed. And oh yeah, fatherhood -- Klaus isn't the only new daddy around here.
Tomorrow night, I'm joined by actor and environmental activist Ian Somerhalder. For his turn in the hit drama The Vampire Diaries, as well as his portrayal of one of the Lost survivors, he has amassed legions of fans.
Who's afraid of the big, bad werewolf? Hopefully not viewers, because full moon fever has overtaken winter television with a litter of shows featu...
Sabrina Mayfield was born and raised in Florida to Bahamian parents. As a child, she was in her 4th grade school musical and that was that! Sabrina decided to sing and act forever -- and she's been very successful! And oh, she's addicted to the game Candy Crush.
Ian Somerhalder, activist and Vampire Diaries star, turns 35 today. Somerhalder has inspired many through his works as an activist, optimist, and social good champion. Here are five particularly powerful ways that Somerhalder has taught me to live life.
The episode begins with the newly-resurrected Bonnie sending a video message to her mother. It's been a little strange that she hasn't spoken with her in months, but she's been on her extended "European vacation."
Big stuff happened this week in Mystic Falls. Big. Stuff. The episode began with possibly the best opening on record for "The Vampire Diaries." Silas is chilling at a bus stop in Philly with a couple when he begins opening up about his many problems. He told them about the Amara/Qetsiyah love triangle and how Qetsiyah turned Amara into stone "Medusa-style," but since they're both immortal they've just been waiting 2,000 years to meet up again. You know, normal stuff.
Big reveal this week on The Vampire Diaries: They found the anchor, and in one episode, no less. If only the search for the cure had been so speedy.
Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 5, Episode 5 of The CW's "The Vampire Diaries," titled "Monster's Ball." Previously on "The Vampire...
I am going all out this year. I pride myself in originality, so I have never actually bought a costume. I am going to go as a Carl's Jr. Girl and wear a bikini and have the cheeseburger in hand. That will come in handy late night!
It's impossible for a beautiful woman such as Jena Sims to also have brains. Wrong! Jena is a smart, capable woman who not only makes us smile when she's in front of the camera, but runs her own non-profit organization called HBBQ's Inc. (Has Been Beauty Queens).
When we last left Mystic Falls, Stefan had a very inconvenient case of amnesia thanks to the 2,000 year witch, Qetsiyah.
Have you ever wondered how old school vampires would really feel about this new generation of young, trendy, hipster bloodsuckers? Fellow comedian Kevin Janus and I have. And we doubt they'd like these young'uns very much.
This was the first really plot heavy episode of the season and the showrunners are obviously teeing themselves up for some great drama later on in the season (even if the amnesia angle is just a little bit cliché).