New One Tree Hill Spoilers: More on Peyton’s Departure

Chad Michael Murray & Hilarie Burton’s ‘One Tree Hill’ departures confirmed

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Though we’ve known for months that Chad Michael Murray and Hilarie Burton would not return to “One Tree Hill” this fall for the series’ seventh season, The CW has just now officially confirmed the actors’ exits. A network rep tells me they will be welcoming two new cast members, in addition to Austin Nichols, as series regulars.

Exclusive: Murray, Burton exit ‘One Tree Hill’

Source: The Ausiello Files

Onetreehillwedding_l It looks like One Tree Hill newlyweds Peyton and Lucas are about to embark on a permanent honeymoon. Sources confirm that Chad Michael Murray and Hilarie Burton, whose characters tied the knot in last night’s penultimate episode, will not be returning for the show’s seventh season next fall. The CW is expected to formally announce their departures next Thursday at its upfront presentation.  Murray and Burton have been engaged in rather high-profile contract negotiations for the past several months. Ultimately, a deal couldn’t be worked out and both actors will make their final appearances in next Monday’s season finale. To fill the void next season, a Hill insider tells me that two new characters will be introduced. Additionally, Austin Nichols (Julian) is being promoted to a series regular. What say you, Tree Hill fans? Pumped for OTH 2.0? Too upset to even think about it? Let loose in the comments section.

3/16 New ‘You and Me and the Bottle Makes Three Tonight’

Peyton and Lucas receive a startling surprise about the pregnancy, as Brooke and Julian’s relationship comes to a crossroads. Nathan and Haley celebrate their anniversary, while Dan and Deb babysit Jamie. Meanwhile, Mouth and Millie try to pick up the pieces of their relationship.

Only two Tree Hill regulars are officially on board for next season: Bethany Joy Galeotti and Jackson Brundage. (Michael Ausiello)

Lucas and Peyton’s wedding will happen this season. However, how it will end is a whole other story. (Watch With Kristin)

Pregnant Peyton Feels Pain in New ‘One Tree Hill’ Clip

‘One Tree Hill’ which will be back on Monday, March 16, will revolve its story on the startling news about Peyton’s pregnancy.

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

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In the previously released promo of ““, Lucas said to Peyton, “If you have this baby, you could die,” and the reason why is teased on the newly-released clip. Lucas was about to give Peyton a surprise when she felt pain in her belly.

In the March 16 episode “You, Me and the Bottle Make Three Tonight” which title is taken from the single by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Peyton and Lucas receive a startling surprise about the pregnancy. This ‘problem’ has been speculated as an exit scenario for Peyton’s depicter, , who cryptically told fans of the show in a video post that she is leaving the show.

Meanwhile, Brooke and Julian’s relationship comes to a crossroad. Nathan and Haley celebrate their anniversary, while Dan and Deb babysit Jamie. Mouth and Millie try to pick up the pieces of their relationship.

Hilarie Burton Vlog – Not returning for One Tree Hill Season 7

New 90210 Spoilers: Season Ending Scoop! Adrianna & Navid Getting Married?


Rachelzoe Any 90210 scoop for me? -Trish
A show source tells me The CW series is looking for a celeb dresser to help West Bev’s finest get all dolled up for prom this spring. Apparently the network’s first choice was star stylist Rachel Zoe, but she isn’t available. Any thoughts on who should play the part instead? I say Carson Kressley, obvs… Source: KTV: Korbi TV @

Will we ever meet Harry’s real son on 90210? Ausiello: Not this season. And probably not next, either. Newly crowned show-runner Rebecca Rand Kirshner Sinclair says “there was an overabundance of adoption-centric stories when I came to the show. And I didn’t feel like we could tell the story of the real son on the heels of the imposter son, because the issues that they would be going through would be too similar. So I don’t think there’s a place for that this year, but that’s definitely something that’s out there.” Speaking of 90210, I hear the first new episode back is nuts. And I mean that in a good way. Source: The Ausiello Files

Adrianna and Navid’s bachelor and bachelorette parties put things into perspective for both characters, including a possible gateway back into drugs for pregnant Adrianna, which would elicit a sternly worded letter from yours truly to that little trollop. (Watch With Kristin)

Episode 1.17: The Bad & the Trusted Airdate: March 31, 2009

  • Aimee Teegarden returns as Rhonda to share a kiss with Ethan at a dance. Matt Lanter returns as Liam and shares a wild night with Naomi. Source: The CW

Episode 1.18: A Blast From the Past Airdate: April 7, 2009

  • Jason Priestley directs. Jennie Garth and Ann Gillespie guest star in an episode that deals with Silver’s emotional trouble. Source: The CW

Episode 1.19: Off the Rails Airdate: April 14, 2009

  • Tori Spelling returns to Beverly Hills in her original role as Donna Martin! Oscar-winning writer Diablo Cody guest stars as herself. Jennie Garth also guest stars. Source: The CW

Episode 1.20: Close Enough Airdate: April 21, 2009

  • Rob Estes directs. Tori Spelling guest stars as Donna Martin, who discusses the possibility of moving back to Beverly Hills with Kelly Taylor.Source: The CW

Episode 1.21: Sour Sweetin’ Clams Airdate: April 28, 2009

  • Sara Foster guest stars as Naomi’s sister, Jen Clark, a classic drama queen/hellraiser. Source: The CW

Ugly Betty Spoilers: Ashley Jensen (Christina) exits ‘Ugly Betty’

Episode 3.19: The Sex Issue Airdate: March 19, 2009

  • Daniel and Wilhelmina hope that an issue of Mode devoted to sex will turn their fortunes around. Meanwhile, when Matt seems a little shy about taking his romance with Betty to the next level, Marc and Amanda team up to give Betty a sexy makeover, and Hilda is uncertain she wants to continue dating Archie. Guest starring are Sarah Lafleur as Molly, Daniel Eric Gold as Matt, Ralph Macchio as Archie, Lawrence Saint-Victor as James and Heidi Marnhout as Felissa. Source: ABC

After the March 19 episode, Ugly Betty goes on hiatus for a few weeks until May 7.

Scoop: Ashley Jensen exits ‘Ugly Betty’

Source: The Ausiello Files

Cristina’s exit from the show involves a kidnapping, a medical test, and a reunion with the two men in her life. (Michael Ausiello)

Ashleyjensenuglybetty_l Ashley Jensen is leaving Ugly Betty at the end of the season, and I know this because… she was just cast as a series regular in the CBS comedy pilot Accidentally on Purpose! A rep for CBS/Paramount confirms that Jensen is joining the cast of Accidentally, which revolves around a San Francisco movie critic (Jenna Elfman) who finds herself “accidentally” pregnant after a fling with a much younger man. Jensen’s Betty departure hardly comes as a surprise. The actress was less than thrilled when Betty moved its production from Los Angeles to New York. In fact, Jensen was the only cast-member not to relocate to the Big Apple full-time — making for one hellish cross-country commute. Add to that the fact that she was barely visible on Betty this season and you have the makings of what an ABC insider calls “a completely mutual” parting of the ways. ( “While we’re sad that Ashley will not be returning next season as a series regular, she is still a member of the Ugly Betty family,” Ugly Betty exec producer Silvio Horta said in an exclusive statement. “So don’t be surprised if you see Christina pop back up in Betty’s life.”

Episode 3.18: A Mother Of A Problem Airdate: March 12, 2009

  • Betty meets Matt’s mother (guest star Christine Baranski) but things don’t go as she expects. Meanwhile, Wilhelmina gets creative to solve a cash flow problem, Daniel deals with the latest wrinkle in his relationship with Molly, and the Suarez family conspire to set Hilda up with Archie (guest star Ralph Macchio), the promising city councilman from Queens. Guest starring are Christine Baranski as Victoria Hartley, Ralph Macchio as Archie Rodriguez, Sarah Lafleur as Molly, Daniel Eric Gold as Matt, Lauren Velez as Elena, Brennan Brown as Miles Foster and Dan Ziskie as Dr. Simon. Source: ABC
  • Christine Baranski is joining the cast of Ugly Betty as a woman whom Betty may eventually call mom. […] The Emmy winner will play the high society mother of Betty’s new love interest, Matt (Daniel Eric Gold), in a minimum of three episodes. Source: The Ausiello Files

General Spoilers:

  • Betty is casting the recurring role of Richard Hartley, a fiftysomething Ted Turner-type and the father of Betty’s new love, Matt. Sure, this probably means he’s married to Matt’s mom, Christine Baranski, but, hey, that’s a minor obstacle for someone like Ms. Meade. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • Marc will have a new love interest coming in. There will be more fun scenes with Marc, Betty and Y.E.T.I. Mark Indelicato (Justin) just told us: “Someone turns evil-and someone is going to die.” Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Someone will get married, someone will die, and Betty will find herself with a surprising new boss. Source: The Ausiello Files

New Gossip Girl Spoilers: Blair/Chuck/Nate Triangle! Plus More on Georgina & Jenny!

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Question: Got any Gossip Girl/Jenny Humphrey scoops?
According to exec producer Stephanie Savage, Dan’s kid sis “has a big Blair, Mean Girls story for the end of the season that also ties in with the Rufus/Lily story. And you will see that a new course has been charted for Jenny Humphrey in the fall.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Do we know anything about Gossip Girl‘s prom episode?
Only that No Doubt will be performing, just not in this decade and not as No Doubt. “No Doubt is going to be playing in our ’80s flashback/[spin-off] episode,” reveals Stephanie Savage. “They’re playing an up-and-coming ’80s band.” Source: The Ausiello Files

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Please, I need some Gossip Girl scoop on Blair and Chuck! And good news, too. I’m tired of the bad news.
I can offer you a little good news about Chuck and Blair on Gossip Girl, but unfortunately it’s just a setup for the bad news. Nate notices that Chuck and Blair have a major bond (yay!), but that leads him to respond/retaliate by asking Blair to move in with him (boo!). However, there will be some upcoming Chair scenes for you kiddos, because Mr. and Mrs. Marvelous join forces to investigate Serena’s new man, whom they agree they both don’t much like. At least it’s something.

What’s up with season three of Gossip Girl? Do we know anything yet?
I know that Blair gets into NYU and Nate gets into Columbia.

Anything coming up with the Elle/Chuck storyline on Gossip Girl?
According to Kate French (Elle), “Elle kind of steals Chuck Bass’ heart, and it gets really complicated, and he gets entangled in all of these webs of lies and different storylines that are going on. It’s very mysterious.” Hopefully Chuck won’t be smitten for too long, but then again how can we blame him when Blair’s about to go off and hook up with his BFF, Nate? Source: Kristin on E!Online

Korbi, You said that Nate and Blair would be a blip in the Gossip Girl time line, but now I hear that Nate is gonna ask Blair to move in with him. No hope for Chuck and Blair this season? Please, answer me, I really would like to know. I feel like giving up Gossip Girl.
Don’t give up, woman. There is always hope for Chuck and Blair. Always. The writers fully understand that C.B. and Blair belong together, but they can’t just couple them up and be done with it. You’d get bored, don’t you think? Instead, they have to throw roadblocks like Nate Archibald, Carter Baizen (played by Leighton Meester‘s real life boyfriend) and that Gentleman’s Club chick in the way. Yes, not only will Blair and Nate be a thing, but Blair will give it up to Carter even before that, and Chuck will fall for the shady lady he was stalking last we saw him. The good news is, there are a few quality Chuck-Blair scenes on tap for the March 23rd episode. Chuck’s affection for Ms. Waldorf will rise to the surface once again. It’s just too little too late for the time being.

LaurabreckenridgeIf Blair and Nate are going to be together, what happens to him and Vanessa? I like them together.
Me too. And they will be together when we jump back into the Gossip world next Monday. Actually, they’ll be together the following week too. But issues between them will begin to flare up, and ultimately, it seems their lack of common interests and disparate backgrounds will be the death of them.

What’s up with Dan and the teacher on Gossip Girl? Will they get caught?
Affirmative. Rufus finds out what’s going on and he’s not happy. However, Rachel has a dark side that we haven’t yet seen. Seems she has more in common with Blair than we were led to believe. Source: KTV: Korbi TV @

Clip of ‘Gossip Girl’ Reveals the Return of Chuck’s Nemesis

In ‘The Age of Dissonance’, ‘Gossip Girl’ will bring back in town Carter who surprisingly has a link to Chuck’s mysterious fling, Elle.

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Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

A week away from the return of “” on TV screen, The CW have released a clip that features the re-appearance of Carter Baizen (guest star Sebastian Stan). Upon arriving at a restaurant, Chuck spotted Carter dining with a woman whom he recognized as Elle. Kate French who plays Elle dished out the relationship between her character and Chuck, saying “Elle kind of steals Chuck Bass’ heart, and it gets really complicated, and he gets entangled in all of these webs of lies and different storylines that are going on. It’s very mysterious.” Meanwhile, Carter is brought back to help Chuck in winning over Blair.

The March 16 episode is titled “The Age of Dissonance”, a reference to the play “The Age of Innocence” which will be put in production by the students of Constance Billard and St. Jude. Serena develops a crush on the play’s director, Julian (guest star Harmon Walsh), and enlists Vanessa’s knowledge of theater to help her get the otherwise uninterested guy’s attention. Blair receives devastating news about her future that leads her on a witch-hunt for the person responsible. Dan and Rachel agree to stay away from each other in the aftermath of being discovered as more than teacher and student, but find it impossible to keep that promise.

Gossip Girl: Did V Get Cool While We Were Gone?

Source: Kristin on E!Online

Only one week left until new Gossip Girl (the next new ep premieres Mar. 16 at 8 p.m. on the See-Dub), and since we last saw our Upper East Siders, the world apparently went mad, because Vanessa gained a smidge of self-deprecating cool! Check her out and see for yourself in the clip above. She goes out on double date with Serena and the world’s most pretentious guy and comes out ahead. And in the first of the two clips below V gets even cooler (we don’t make the news, we just report it!), and in the second, Chuck tangles with returning guest star Sebastian Star

Good to see the gang again, don’t you think?

Gossip Girl – Huge Batch of Set Photos

Gossip Girl – Review of Next 2 Episodes

During its first season, Gossip Girl was a frothy guilty pleasure, the sort of television viewing experience that didn’t tax your brain while it offered up a wry tongue-in-cheek look at the scandals of Manhattan’s elite, employing a sardonic wit to chronicle the age-old rivalries between well-heeled high schoolers on the Upper East Side.

Somewhere along the way, Gossip Girl lost its spark. The next two episodes, which kick off next Monday evening on the CW, seem to exist as a sort of shadow of its formerly flush self. Where’s the series’ fun, the intrigue, the devilish twinkle it used to have in abundance?

After a string of disappointing episodes, I was hoping to find that the series had returned to form when it launches a new batch of installments next week. However, the first hour, entitled “Age of Dissonance,” was painful to watch. Focusing on some truly irritating subplots like the much maligned pairing between Penn Badgley’s Dan and Laura Breckinridge’s Shakespeare teacher Rachel and Chuck’s Eyes Wide Shut-inspired foray into the world of underground sex clubs, this episode tries to wrap up these awful storylines while advancing the plot but only manages to irritate more than engage.

Throwing in a heretofore unmentioned senior class play (in which everyone has a role) based on Edith Wharton’s “Age of Innocence” is a head-scratcher. Yes, using this particular source material as a statement about the character’s own romantic and personal choices is about as subtle as hitting the audience over the head with an anvil but the writers miss an opportunity for some real humor by staging some unfunny moments between Dan and Blair in a carriage and Nelly Yuki in a fat suit… and forcing us to watch the characters engage in some dreadful faux English accents on stage for far too long. Yawn.

While the network has requested that I not give away any major plot points from these episodes, I will say that at least “The Age of Dissonance” does wrap up both the Dan/Rachel and Chuck/sex club storylines pretty neatly and tries to throw in a twist or two in the process… neither of which is particularly surprising or compelling. Meanwhile, look for Serena to fall for the play’s director Julian (guest star Harmon Walsh) and to turn to Vanessa for help in a Cyrano de Bergerac sort of way. (Vanessa continues to irk; here she’s filming a documentary about the making of the school play as a means for being involved with the episode’s overarching plot.) Elsewhere, Blair faces the loss of everything she’s worked for, Dan must make a difficult decision, and Carter Baizen (Sebastian Stan) returns to town to shake things up for several characters.

While “The Age of Dissonance” is a real snoozer, the following week’s episode, entitled “Grandfather,” is a least somewhat of a step in the right direction. I wasn’t thrilled about this installment either, compared with earlier episodes of Gossip Girl, but it’s relatively more engaging and winning than the previous week’s episode. Unfortunately, it focuses heavily on Nate and Vanessa (never a good thing, in my book) and a subplot involving Nate’s powerful grandfather (guest star James Naughton) and his Kennedyesque family as Nate is forced to make a choice about his future.

However, “Grandfather” does feature some on-screen time for Kelly Rutherford’s Lily and Matthew Settle’s Rufus, easily still the most interesting and compelling characters on the series. Look for these two to spar when details about their past love lives emerge. While it’s a more trivial storyline than we’ve seen them involved with of late, it’s a welcome distraction from the shrill Nate/Vanessa storyline in this installment. (If you couldn’t tell, I’m a huge proponent for the typically more interesting adult storyline this season.)

Elsewhere, the episode features a storyline for Blair that I feel we’ve already seen twice so far in the season and a half that Gossip Girl has been on the air, which is real problem given the relative shortness of its run so far. And keep your eyes open for yet another romantic permutation between the characters to take flight.

All in all, I was really hoping for more from the return of Gossip Girl. The series thrives when it manages to shock and surprise with a combination of soapy plot twists and sly humor but these episodes don’t manage to do either particularly well. Despite being such a young series, the next two installments definitely make it seem like this Gossip Girl is already in need of a (narrative) face lift.

Source: Televisionary

Episode 2.22: Loose Ends Airdate: April 27, 2009

  • Michelle Trachtenberg (“Buffy The Vampire Slayer”) returns as the manipulative Georgina Sparks in a four-episode arc. Source: The CW
  • Georgina Sparks is back on Gossip Girl, and when E! News caught up with her on the set, Michelle Trachtenberg revealed, “We’re filming a scene that’s actually the first time we see Georgina. She has a little run-in with Chuck Bass, who is in shock and awe at her new attire and getup and demeanor.” Looky loos on the set spied a less-glamazony Georgina than the one we remember from last year-could she have been the victim of a tragic makeunder, or is something more extreme afoot? Here’s what we’re hearing about Georgina’s shocking transformation, along with her relationships with ex-lover Dan and sworn enemy Blair… According to our spies, the big Chuck-Georgina reunion happens in the park when Chuck comes upon a group of oddly dressed people at a log cabin. The assembled young people are all wearing T-shirts that read “OMJC,” and one asks Chuck, “Are you a wayward soul in search of direction?” Right about then a hippie-looking, creepy, smiley and altogether weird-seeming Georgina pops up and asks if Chuck’s been saved as well. Has G been brainwashed by a cult? Michelle says, “I think there are definitely evil elements that Georgina can never leave behind, but you will be seeing a different, let’s say reformed, side of Georgina.” Madness! Now, what will this mean for Georgina’s relationships with the rest of the Upper East Siders? According to Michelle, “Georgina has some unfinished business with Blair, but how that’s going to transpire, I’m not sure. Could be a handshake, could be a fistfight, could get wild and crazy, and seeing as how we left Dan and Georgina, there were some crazy sparks a brewin’. I’m sure there will be fireworks.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

More Gossip Girl Spoilers: Serena Arrested!!! Set Photos!

Gossip Girl – More Set Photos – Serena Arrested

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Gossip Girl – Episode 2.23 – Lovechild

Episode 2.23 will be called “Lovechild”

Gossip Girl – Yet more set photos

Gossip Girl – More Set Photos Source: GG Fan

Gossip Girl – Set Photos – 10th March

Gossip Girl – Set Photos – 9th March

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.19 – The Grandfather – Synopsis

MONDAY, MARCH 23 “GOSSIP GIRL” (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) “The Grandfather” (CONTENT RATING TBD) (HDTV) BLAIR WALDORF EXPLORES HER DARK SIDE Devastated by the recent plot twist in her life, Blair (Leighton Meester) turns her back on her predictable Waldorf existence in favor of a more wild and unpredictable lifestyle, causing Serena (Blake Lively) and Chuck (Ed Westwick) to have serious concerns about their friend. Vanessa (Jessica Szohr) convinces Nate (Chace Crawford) that it may be time to forgive and forget when it comes to his mother’s Kennedyesque family, The Vanderbilts, who abandoned Nate and his mother when they needed them most. In a misguided effort to be completely honest with each other, Lily (Kelly Rutherford) and Rufus (Matthew Settle) agree to share lists of their past lovers. Penn Badgley and Taylor Momsen also star. J. Miller Tobin directed the episode written by Robby Hull & Etan Frankel (#219). Source: CW

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