TVLine Items: Buffy/Angel Vet Visits Sons, Pretty Little Castings & More
Is someone on Sons of Anarchy in need of staking?
Buffy and Angel alumna READ MORE
Last Man Standing Alum Cast in MTV Dark Comedy Pilot Self Promotion
Third time’s the charm?
Alexandra Krosney, who in the past few years landed plum parts on network series but was subsequently recast, has nabbed the lead role in MTV’s Zach Braff-directed pilot Self Promotion. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Stephen Collins Cut by Scandal, Hader's SNL Promo and More
ABC is keeping its distance from Stephen Collins in the wake of his child molestation scandal. READ MORE
MTV's Awkward to End After Season 5
The end of high school will also mark the end of Awkward for Jenna Hamilton. READ MORE
Buffy's Nicholas Brendon Guest-Starring on Faking It Season Finale
Nicholas Brendon is going back to high school. READ MORE
ABC Family, HBO and MTV Lead GLAAD's Annual LGBT Inclusion Study; CW Has No Regular LGBT Characters
GLAAD on Wednesday released its Network Responsibility Index, an annual study of LGBT representation on television. For the first time, three networks were awarded the grade of “Excellent.” READ MORE
MTV's Happyland: Is New Comedy Worth the Price of Admission?
MTV’s Happyland spins a tale as old as time: Boy meets girl, girl falls for boy, girl discovers READ MORE
TVLine Items: iZombie Taps Veronica Mars Star, Pretty Little Special & More
Ryan Hansen just can’t get enough of Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas.
On the heels of their web-series collaboration Play It Again, Dick, Hansen will guest-star on Thomas’ midseason CW drama iZombie, EW.com reports. READ MORE
Ryan Rottman Previews MTV's Twisted New Dramedy Happyland
When describing MTV’s new amusement park-set dramedy Happyland, premiering Tuesday at 11/10c, star Ryan Rottman needs only five little words: “sex, drugs and roller coasters.” READ MORE
Faking It's Michael Willett on Shane's Love Life, Lauren's Secret and More
Like Season 2 itself, the drama of MTV’s Faking It (Tuesday, 10:30/9:30c) is just getting started — but Michael Willett tells TVLine that Shane is already reaching his wit’s end. READ MORE