The Following Gets New Showrunner
Kevin Williamson will no longer be leading The Following.
Fox’s twisted (and twisty) serial-killer drama will have a new showrunner for Season 3 in the form of Read More
Pilot Scoop: Nikita's Maggie Q Snags Female Lead in CBS' Kevin Williamson Cop Drama
Maggie Q is jumping back into the “kicking ass and taking names” business, landing the female lead opposite Dylan McDermott in CBS’ cop-themed Untitled Kevin Williamson Project, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: Dylan McDermott Starring in Kevin Williamson's Psychological Thriller for CBS
Pilot Scoop: CBS Orders Psychological Thriller From Following Boss Kevin Williamson
Kevin Williamson is adding another serial thriller to his workload.
CBS has ordered an hour-long drama pilot written and exec-produced by the Following creator, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Natalie Zea Joins Kevin Williamson's Fox Pilot - Will She Juggle It With Justified?
Well, this may not bode well for Raylan Givens and his baby mama Winona.
Pilot Scoop: Kevin Bacon Nabs Killer Role in Kevin Williamson's Fox Drama
Kevin Williamson just whittled his six degrees of Kevin Bacon down to zero!
The big-screen staple has landed the lead role in the Vampire Diaries EPs new drama pilot for Fox …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Walking Dead Webisodes Come to Life, Terry O'Quinn Extends Hawaii Visit and More!
AMC is launching a six-episode Walking Dead web series which will explore the backstory of zombiette Hannah, the infamous “bicycle girl” offed by Rick (Andrew Lincoln) in the gruesome series’ pilot episode. READ MORE
Vampire Diaries Boss: Season 3 Is 'A Defining Moment' for Damon and Elena
The Vampire Diaries executive producer Kevin Williamson wants to make something clear: Damon and Elena’s growing closeness in the absence of Stefan won’t necessarily lead where viewers think it will this coming season. READ MORE
Kevin Williamson on How 'Maybe' a Vampire Diaries-Secret Circle Crossover Could Happen
The Vampire Diaries and The Secret Circle are both born of book series by L.J. Smith. They both are now shows on The CW. (Heck, they will air back-to-back on Thursday nights.) They both have characters who are witches. And they both boast Kevin Williamson as an executive producer. So why wouldn’t some Mystic Falls denizens at some point give the supernatural “new kids” in Chance Harbor a ratings boost and cross over at some point to Secret Circle? READ MORE