* Greek (9/8c ABC Family) School's back in session for Season 3 of this college-set drama, which opens with the ramifications from the big "End of the World" party. As Casey copes with Cappie's surprising rejection, Cappie learns (perhaps too late) that Max is out of the picture. Elsewhere, someone finds out about Rebecca's secret kiss. But college isn't all romance - academics also factor into campus life, and Rusty realizes he needs to bring his organic-chemistry grade up if he wants to keep his honors status. * CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock (8/7c ABC) Each year it's a country-music lover's paradise, as the four-day all-star event in Nashville welcomes fans to get up close and personal with their favorite artists for exclusive autograph sessions and high-energy concerts. Tonight's three-hour special highlights performances and goes behind the scenes with such stars as Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift, Kellie Pickler and Julianne Hough. * Weeds (10/9c Showtime ) The fifth-season finale is whacked and wacky, and quite possibly surpasses the four previous season enders. Once again, a few loose ends are tied up and some characters get newfound direction, and viewers are left craving more. There are tragic and comedic turns of events, and family is at the forefront - Nancy's, Esteban's, Nancy and Esteban's, and Celia's. And the climactic scene is stunningly effective and affecting as the season ends with a bang and a splash. * Inside the Actors Studio (7/6c Bravo ) Hey Mickey, you're so fine. Actor Mickey Rourke gives expression to his life, craft and roller-coaster career in an interview with host James Lipton. The New York-born Rourke, once an Actors Studio attendee and a pupil of legendary acting coach Lee Strasberg, flew high to silver-screen stardom in the 1980s in the films Body Heat (1981), Diner (1982) and Nine 1/2 Weeks (1986). Yet his star came to dim and dull, and the fading Rourke retreated to a boxing career in the 1990s. Alas, Rourke is the quintessential comeback kid: He returned to punch up his career in a spellbinding turn as a former superstar grappler in 2008's The Wrestler, for which he scored a Golden Globe win and an Oscar nomination. * Dance Your Ass Off (10/9c Oxygen) To live and let diet: The final three pound-shedding contestants have survived various dance styles in this inaugural season - disco, spicy Latin moves, swing dance, the tango and the Viennese waltz among them. (They also learned the bare facts about the stripper pole.) Now comes the Season 1 finale, in which one contestant emerges as the winner in a supersize feast that features a return of all the eliminated players. Hungry for more Dance? No worries, Oxygen weighs in with a reunion show next Monday. Source Here
The students at CRU feel the ramifications of the Kappa Tau's "End of the World" Party. Rusty risks being dropped from the honors program if he cannot raise his grade in organic chemistry while Dale faces a huge moral dilemma. Also the ZBZ's celebrates father-daughter weekend, however they've found themselves sliding in the ranks among the other sorority houses, leading Casey, Rebecca, and Ashleigh do everything they can to maintain their status as one of the top houses at Cyprus Rhodes. Meanwhile, after learning of Max's departure, Cappie wonders if he made the right decision by telling Casey he wasn't interested in giving their relationship another chance, while Casey struggles with the aftermath of Cappie's unexpected rejection. To Watch The Promo Click Here . Source Here
Here are some promotional photos for the third episode of season three check them out here
We're beyond excited that Greek is returning for its 3rd season on Monday, August 31st at 9/8c on ABC Family, with an episode titled "The Day After". While we're waiting, ABC Family has a wealth of Greek related fun, including a Video Cram Session , reviewing the essentials of Season 2. There's also some preview clips available from the episode: Girl Chat Don't Shoot at an Old Lady Bex and Evan at the ATM Whose Pants Are Those Casey's Pity Party And some preview images: Who else is beyond excited for the return of Greek ?
With the Greek season premiere approaching, we knew you needed your questions answered about what's really going on with Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) and Casey (Spencer Grammer). It just so happens we uncovered the answer and a whole load of other scoop that will make your jaws drop. In this Greek-themed Spoiler Chat, stars Amber Stevens and Dilshad Vadsaria are the ones dishing out the scoop just for you, though you may need to read between the lines for the juicier stuff that can't be said out loud. So which boys are possibly cheating on their gals this season? Who gets in a catfight? And could Greek row at Cyprus-Rhodes be on fire...literally? Read the scoop over at E!Online: Greek: Catfights, Cheating and Cappie, Oh My!
Check out the first pictures of Season 3 of Greek which returns on August 31 at 9pm on ABC Family. The episode is titled "The Day After". Greek Season 3 Press Release Details ABC Family presents another semester of theme parties, sisterhood rivalry and - oh yeah - making the grades with an all new season of "Greek," premiering Monday, August 31 (9:00 - 10:00PM ET/PT). The series will return with ten all-new episodes airing through November. "Greek" picks up where it left off, with the events from last season's "End of the World" party dramatically revealing themselves in the first episode entitled "The Day After." After learning of Max's departure, Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) wonders if he made the right decision by telling Casey he wasn't interested in giving their relationship another chance, while Casey (Spencer Grammer) struggles with the aftermath of Cappie's unexpected rejection; Rebecca's (Dilshad Vadsaria) late night kiss with a mystery man can't stay a secret for too long; and Rusty (Jacob Zachar) risks failing in o-chem and losing his honor status, while roommate Dale (Clark Duke) faces a huge moral dilemma. And if campus drama weren't enough, add family dynamics to the mix as ZBZ celebrates father-daughter weekend, with guest stars Kadeem Hardison (Ashleigh's father, Brian), Thomas Calabro (Rebecca's father, Senator Ken Logan), Tom Amandes (Jordan's father, Jack) and Jerry Lambert (Casey's father, Russell.) Thanks to their less than stellar pledge class, the ZBZ house also begins sliding in the ranks among the other sorority houses. Casey, Rebecca and Ashleigh do everything they can to maintain their status as one of the top houses at Cyprus Rhodes. ZBZ pledge Abby (Olesya Rulin) drives Casey crazy when she expresses her disappointment in the lack of party invites and questions the sorority's relationship with the popular fraternities. Also, a new hottie waitress, Lana (Olivia Munn), hits the Cyprus-Rhodes scene and captures the eye of a big man on campus. Created by Patrick Sean Smith, "Greek" is executive produced by Piller/Segan in association with ABC Family. The cast includes Jacob Zachar as Rusty, Spencer Grammer as Casey, Scott Michael Foster as Cappie, Jake McDorman as Evan, Clark Duke as Dale, Dilshad Vadsaria as Rebecca, Paul James as Calvin, and Amber Stevens as Ashleigh. Source Here
Cyprus Rhodes students recover from the End of the World party while Cappie ponders his future with Casey in an all new season of " Greek ". The promo for its third season which is premiering on August 31 has been released, showing Casey confronting Cappie about their status of relationship. "Greek" picks up where it left off. After learning of Max's departure, Cappie wonders if he made the right decision by telling Casey he wasn't interested in giving their relationship another chance, while Casey struggles with the aftermath of Cappie's unexpected rejection. Rebecca's late night kiss with a mystery man can't stay a secret for too long, and Rusty risks failing in o-chem and losing his honor status, while roommate Dale faces a huge moral dilemma. Guest stars coming to the third season are Olivia Munn who plays a hot waitress name Lana, Kadeem Hardison (Ashleigh's father, Brian), Thomas Calabro (Rebecca's father, Senator Ken Logan), Tom Amandes (Jordan's father, Jack) and Jerry Lambert (Casey's father, Russell). To Watch The Promo Click Here . Source Here
Will Casey (Spencer Grammer) and Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) end up together on the next season of Greek ? "Yes, definitely," says Foster in an interview with E! Online. It's just difficult to tell if he's kidding. "I'm under the impression that they'll get together. It's just a matter of when they decide to put that in." Grammer is a little circumspect in her assumptions in the future of the couple. "Maybe," she says. "I'm having second thoughts right now." Right after Greek wrapped up its sophomore season on ABC Family, Grammer and Foster talked about the third season (or chapter 5) and revealed they already started shooting. "The next one we're shooting is father-daughter weekend where Casey's father comes back, and we'll all get to meet Ashleigh Howard's father," Foster puts in, and Grammer adds, "It's going to be fun. It's fun when we have old people. We're all so young, all under 25, it's kind of like a college party when we're together. And like the parents are like, we don't dance on tables anymore." On the finale of Greek, Casey questioned her relationship with cute nerd Max (Michael Rady) and her lingering feelings for Cappie. She also revealed that Evan (Jake McDorman) is also set to be back next season, and his return will set up yet another love triangle. For her part, Grammer doesn't deny that she might have had too many guys for her own good. "I think I'm like one point of two or three different love triangles, it's so hard being me," she says, laughing. "[But] He [Cappie] used to have the top of the love triangles, then there are just different guys beneath that... you'll find that in one of our episodes that Casey, Cappie, and Evan are in this triangle of friendship. Because our show's isn't just about this love triangle and their story as friends." Source Here
Casey and Cappie, Casey and Evan, Casey and Max. Casey seems to have been linked to quite the revolving door of men over the past two seasons. However, in this Monday's season finale she finally chooses the guy she wants to end up with, and the winner is...no one! She does actually choose Cappie (Scott Michael Foster), but as we reported before, he's not ready to throw himself back into Casey's arms. As Spencer Grammer jokes in the video above, Casey has had many love triangles over the years, with Cappie always spearheading the third point. How will that affect his newly mended friendship with Evan Chambers (Jake McDorman)? Check out the video to find out what's in store for next season and then read on for the five things you should know about some of your favorite characters in the season finale of Greek, airing Monday on ABC Family. * Casey: She's single before the end of the episode. * Cappie: Kappa Tau loses its social calendar, prompting Cappie to throw an "End of the World" party, hence the name of the episode, "At World's End." * Dale: He's having trouble barring his new girlfriend from taking his purity. * Frannie: As we teased before, she's leaving CRU, which means the IKI house is no more. * Rusty: He has his priorities all out of whack, putting Jordan and Kappa Tau before his schoolwork. Source: E Online
[Image: | width=302px | height=165x]] For all of us, why have no patience when it comes to out favourite shows, here's the latest Q&A Question: I'm wondering if it's too early for anything related to House . September seems so far away - Definitely not too early. House's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest-inspired season premiere has been expanded to two hours and is being directed by exec producer Katie Jacobs. Holla! Question: You probably get this a lot, but I don't have an agent. I don't have anything. What I do have is previous experience being a patient at Greystone Park State Hospital, the New Jersey psychiatric facility that is doubling as House's temporary home. It would be a true honor to go back there as a quasi-sane person and go play the nut I once was. Think you can tell your insider about me? Everyone's got to get a break somehow, right? - Answer me this: How are you on the drums? Producers are currently on the prowl for an older actor who "stomps to his own beat" and is a "real percussionist" to play one of House's fellow patients. They're also looking for a young actress who can play the cello if that's a better fit for you. Let me know and I'll see if I can set something up. Given your history, you may have to audition via closed circuit camera from the McDonald's across the street from the studio. It's nothing personal. It's just a safeguard in case you lunge at Katie Jacobs with a hammer. BTW, all of these casting calls have me thinking House is going to form his own loony bin pit band. Hugh Laurie has already established that he can sing as well as play the piano, guitar, harmonica and saxophone. Call me crazy, but I think I'm on to something here. Question: Is Brian Austin Green doing or not? - Not. As I teased last week, Green's reps got cold feet and pulled out of the deal. [[Lipstick Jungle hottie [[Robert Buckley has just signed on to replace him. Question: Can you give me anything on Lost ? - Contrary to what a loose-lipped agency assistant Twittered yesterday, no deals are in place for any season 1 Lost alums to return for the show's sixth and final season. That said, I can confirm that Team Darlton is checking the availability of several MVPs. My guess: We'll get the official scoop on who's returning at Comic-Con next month. Question: So, how's about a little Bones scoop? I heard that Booth does remember who Bones is, but he thinks that his dream was real, so he's just confused. Any truth to that? - Sounds like a question for exec producer Hart Hanson. "Booth's problem isn't remembering who Brennan is," he tells me, "it's remembering which Brennan she is." Sneaky! Question: Are we ever going to find out who Red John is on The Mentalist ? - Yes, but first PJ is going to need some help. Enter California Bureau of Investigation Agent Sam Glenn. The new recurring character, currently being cast, heads up the division handling the Red John investigation and is apparently the one person who doesn't get seduced by Simon Baker's pretty face. He's also Lisbon's (Robin Tunney) onetime mentor and ex, so cue the flying sparks! Question: Loved the Burn Notice premiere. What's ahead? - The show is currently in production on its midseason finale, and as Jeffrey Donovan reveals, it's chock-full of Fiona-Michael drama -- most of which is triggered by the appearance of that evil Irishman (Paul Blackthorne) from Fi's past. And now for something timelier: In tonight's episode, Fiona plants a wet one on birthday boy Michael. (Her real gift cuts deeper.) Question: Is there still time to get producers of Ghost Whisperer to change their minds about this five-year flash forward? I think it's a mistake. - Don't think so. Any and all hope of getting them to un-ring the time jump bell was pretty much lost on Tuesday when they put out a casting call for Meli