TVLine Items: Revenge's New Regular, a GH Exit, Sunday Scorpion and More
The Hamptons’ craziest new resident is here to stay. READ MORE
Premiere Date Set for General Hospital Offshoot, GH Now! — Get a First Look
General Hospital fans looking to get more of their favorite serial — and with no less than Emmy winner Nancy Lee Grahn as host — will have their wish come true when the online offshoot GH Now! debuts. READ MORE & WATCH SNEAK PEEK
The Flash Recruits General Hospital's Roger Howarth for Recurring Role
Roger Howarth is back in the newspaper business.
Having previously played One Life to Live’s tabloid titan Todd Manning READ MORE
TVLine Items: The 100's First Bloody Minutes, GH Vet Returns and More
The 100 is adopting a take-all-prisoners approach to Season 2.
The CW has released the chill-inducing first three minutes of the drama’s upcoming premiere (airing Oct. 22), in which Clarke gets bloody and lethal with her captors. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Psych Alumna Joins Men, Connie Britton on Family Guy and More
TVLine Items: General Hospital Recasts Jason, OITNB Star Is Faking It & More
Meet General Hospital‘s new Jason Morgan.
The Young and the Restless star/Emmy winner Billy Miller will take on the role READ MORE
Quotes of the Week from General Hospital, Bachelor in Paradise, Masters of Sex, Project Runway and More
Happy Labor Day Weekend to you, TVLine readers!
How Is The Leftovers' Kevin Hangin'? Is Arrow Wild About Warblers? Is Liars Timeline Pretty Crazy? And More TV Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Doctor Who, Witches of East End, General Hospital and Covert Affairs! READ MORE
Quotes of the Week from Covert Affairs, Teen Wolf, Mistresses, Young & Hungry, General Hospital and More!
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences did plenty of snubbing with this week’s Emmy nominations announcement — really, have these people never seen an episode of Hannibal? — but TVLine’s Quotes of the Week strives never to enrage you with outrageous omissions. READ MORE