Seth MacFarlane to host the Oscars
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will host the 85th Academy Awards. The Awards show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron said in a statement, “We are thrilled to have Seth MacFarlane host the Oscars. His performing skills blend perfectly with our ideas for making the show entertaining and fresh.”

Battlestar Galactica star joins Revenge cast
Battlestar Galactica star Michael Trucco has signed up for a recurring role on Revenge. Continue reading »

Happy Days star reportedly homeless
Erin Moran, who played Joanie Cunningham on Happy Days, is reported to be homeless, after being kicked out of the trailer she was living in with her husband and mother in law, the latter of whom grew tired of her hard-partying ways. Moran had been living in a trailer park in Indiana after being evicted from her California home. In July, Moran and her Happy Days castmates were each awarded $65,000 after they filed a lawsuit to get revenue from licensing and merchandise of Happy Days. RadarOnline reports that she has blown nearly all that money already, however. 

Revenge creator talks season two (Caution: contains spoilers)
Mike Kelley, the creator of Revenge, has promised a slightly softer Emily (Emily VanCamp) for season two, with the introduction of her mother (to be played by Jennifer Jason Leigh).  Continue reading »

The Walking Dead’s Scott Wilson arrested

Scott Wilson, who plays Hershal on The Walking Dead, has been arrested and charged with drunk driving in Georgia, where the show is filmed. The arresting officer wrote that Wilson said he had been drinking wine and scotch at a restaurant, and was swaying when he stepped out of the car. Wilson then asked if he could do yoga poses instead of a field sobriety test.

American Idol producer keen to revive Fame for TV

American Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe is planning to do a modern version of Fame Continue reading »

Glee actor in running to host The X Factor

Reports are coming in that Kevin McHale, who plays Artie on Glee, is under consideration to host season 2 of The X Factor. If he does land the role, apparently it won’t affect his role on Glee.

Dawson’s Creek reunion! Well…sort of… 

James Van Der Beek’s (who played Dawson on Dawson’s Creek) show Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, on American network ABC, is about to go into its second season, and Busy Phillips (who played Audrey on Dawson’s Creek) will be guest-starring in the first episode.  Continue reading »

Emily’s mother cast on Revenge

Jennifer Jason Leigh will be joining the cast of Revenge for season two. She’s landed the recurring role of Emily Thorne’s mysterious mother.

Grace Phipps cast on The Vampire Diaries

Grace Phipps has landed the role of 16-year-old April on the next season of The Vampire Diaries. April returns to Mystic Falls from private school after the death of her father. Continue reading »



9:30pm Monday, July 2 on TV2

A day of reckoning has arrived in the dramatic season finale of Revenge.

With the end in sight, Emily (Emily VanCamp) fearlessly pushes forward, closing in on the final phase of her plan for revenge, while the Graysons continue their downward spiral into a rabbit hole of self-destruction.

But fate has other plans: a big, explosive event leaves much hanging in the balance, courses are altered and even more is left in question.

Over half a million people watched entertainment content from TVNZ Ondemand in May, leading to a record high of 2.5 million video streams. This is a massive 56 per cent increase in the number of streams from the same month last year.

High quality content aired on TV ONE and TV2 continues to drive this success with local favourite Shortland Street consistently appearing in the top ten streams for the platform. The 20th anniversary of the show in May boosted the number of video streams, along with TV2’s hit drama Revenge, popular comedy The Big Bang Theory, and leading local series MasterChef New Zealand. Continue reading »



9:30pm Monday, June 4 on TV2

No one is safe now. Emily’s (Emily VanCamp) vengeful fire is fuelled when she discovers her father’s murderer in Revenge.

Whether or not she intended it to happen, Victoria’s (Madeline Stowe) pawns are caught in the middle of a sinister cover-up and have to pay the ultimate price when Emily discovers the identity of the mysterious man who murdered her father.

Meanwhile, Declan’s (Connor Paolo) testimony marks the beginning of the end of his relationship with a self-destructive Charlotte (Christa B. Allen).



8:30pm Monday, May 21 on TV2

Blood is spilt and a life is lost in tonight’s dramatic double episode of Revenge, but the question is – ‘whodunnit’?

The splendor of Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Daniel’s (Josh Bowman) Fire and Ice engagement party quickly turns to terror when her vendetta takes a dark, unexpected turn, putting those she loves and hates in imminent mortal danger.

Later, the murder scandal rocks the Hamptons, and someone has to take the fall. The devastating turn of events calls for desperate measures, as the Graysons form a united front, and Jack (Nick Wechsler) is not the only one wondering where Amanda (Margarita Levieva) has gone.



9:30pm Monday, May 14 on TV2

Power shifts are plentiful as the explosiveness in the Hamptons intensifies tonight in Revenge.

In an atmosphere of nervous excitement for Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Daniel’s (Joshua Bowman) upcoming engagement party, things quickly start to unravel.

Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) tries to regain the upper hand by using Conrad’s (Henry Czerny) own father against him; Jack finds himself wandering deeper into the fray; the rug gets pulled out from under Charlotte (Christa B Allen), and even more so for Emily.

Guest starring William Devane (Knots Landing, 24) as Grandpa Grayson.