Hart of Dixie
May. 28 at 8pm Encore
'Walkin’ after Midnight' HD
With Halloween right around the corner, Zoe begins to notice some odd occurrences happening in her home. She is shocked to discover that the culprit is George, but she soon realizes that he may have a sleepwalking issue. Concerned for his safety, they decide to conduct a sleep study, forcing her to cancel her big plans with Wade. Meanwhile, the Mayoral race between Lavon and Ruby (guest star Golden Brooks) is close, and AnnaBeth (guest star Kaitlyn Black) comes up with an unusual plan that may help him clinch the election leaving Lemon feeling uneasy.
Jun. 4 at 8pm Encore
'I Walk the Line' HD
With the upcoming Mayoral election looming, Lavon and Ruby (guest star Golden Brooks) continue to be tied in the polls, leaving Lemon no choice but to use some creative methods to win. Elsewhere, George and Wade are also tasked with trying to secure some last-minute votes, but run into a problem when Wade’s ex-wife Tansy (guest star Mircea Monroe) refuses to cooperate with their scheme. Meanwhile, Zoe and Magnolia (guest star Claudia Lee) grow concerned when they notice that Brick has been unusually grouchy and Zoe tries to help by offering to give Magnolia driving lessons.
About the Show
Season two returns with fast-talking New Yorker Zoe Hart, whose carefully planned life as a cardio-thoracic surgeon in New York City somehow went awry. Zoe is now officially a general practitioner in tiny BlueBell, Alabama, where the neighbors take care of one another, the mailman knows your name, there’s a parade every Tuesday…but the townsfolk still aren’t quite sure what to make of Dr. Zoe Hart. Yet she won’t let that discourage her from being the best GP in the country. Last season, arriving in quaint, picturesque Bluebell, Zoe warmed to town golden boy, George Tucker, and clashed with Dr. Brick Breeland. Zoe’s presence will continue to cause friction with Brick’s daughter Lemon—the sweet southern belle that struggles to keep things civil with Zoe, especially after George calls off his wedding with Lemon, and all of BlueBell blames Dr. Hart. Zoe lives in the guesthouse of her best friend and Bluebell’s mayor, Lavon Hayes, her confidant and steadfast supporter. Next door, local bad-boy and mischievous charmer Wade Kinsella sparks a little fire within Zoe that leads to romance, despite the torch she carries for George.Full Episode List
The CW will broadcast the 15th annual Young Hollywood Awards on Thursday, August 1. This star-studded red-carpet event has long been regarded as the “Oscars of Young Hollywood,” spotlighting the accomplishments of the entertainment industry’s rising stars. Nominees will be announced next month.
Eight years after its final episode aired, Everybody Loves Raymond is still making waves around the world, Deadline reports. The BBC is filming a pilot for a UK remake of the Emmy-winning comedy later this month, with British actor-writer Lee Mack and Catherine Tate (Nellie on The Office) in the starring roles originated by Ray Romano and Cleveland’s Patricia Heaton. You can see Raymond, weeknights at 12 and 12:30am on WBNX.
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Colin Donnell (Tommy Merlin on Arrow) is a big fan of the stage. “When I got to college I quickly realized there was nothing else I loved as much as theatre,” he tells TVG. “It’s my first love,” having won rave reviews for his Broadway run in Anything Goes. This summer in New York, he’ll be acting and singing in Shakespeare in the Park’s musical production of Love’s Labor Lost.
The Vampire Diaries co-creator Julie Plec says the most satisfying story to tell this past season was taking Elena from human to new vampire to emotionless, and back to feeling again. “We took her to dark, angry places, and as writers—and for Nina (Dobrev), too—it was such a fun year to explore all the different sides of Elena,” she admits to TV Guide.