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Easter Week on The CW: Synopses of Supernatural #8.18 - Freaks and Geeks; The Vampire Diaries #4.18 - American Gothic; and Cult #1.06 - The Good Fight

Hopefully you haven't given up horror TV for Lent because during the week leading up to Easter, The CW has on tap freaks, geeks, drug-induced hallucinations, and the return of some very familiar faces.

Image Gallery and Preview of Grimm Episode 2.14 - Natural Born Wesen

"Grimm" returned with a kick-ass episode tonight, and we have a look at what's ahead next week in Episode 2.14, "Natural Born Wesen." Check out a preview along with several stills.

Get with the Program and Watch a Preview of Cult Episode 1.04

We'll soon find out how "Cult" fares in its new Friday night time slot on The CW, but for now, if you're digging the show, just "Get with the Program" and watch a preview of next week's episode.

Extended Hannibal Promo Gets Inside Your Head

NBC released a longer promo for its upcoming serial killer thriller "Hannibal," and it's definitely looking pretty slick and gory for a network show. If they can keep pushing the envelope, they might have a hit on their hands. Check it out.

Shirtless Rage Returns in a Deleted Scene from Grimm Episode 2.13 - Face Off

"Grimm" fans who can't get enough of Captain Renard's shirtless rage have a treat tonight as NBC has released a deleted scene from Episode 2.13, "Face Off," featuring co-stars Sasha Roiz and Claire Coffee (Adalind).

True Blood Gets a New Showrunner Mid-Season

Another cable series is getting a showrunner shuffle, and this time it's not "The Walking Dead." See? Miracles do happen! THR is reporting that the newly installed showrunner Mark Hudis is being replaced by "True Blood" veteran Brian Buckner.

Another Sneak Peek of The Following Episode 1.08 - Welcome Home

In case the two clips and three photos we showed you earlier today weren't enough, we have one more clip from the upcoming "Welcome Home" episode of "The Following" to share. That Joe Carroll fellow sure has a lot of friends!

The Walking Dead: Robert Kirkman Talks Showrunner Situation; New Stills from Ep. 3.13 - Arrow on the Doorpost

If there's one thing that'more controversial than the content of AMC's "The Walking Dead," it's the revolving showrunner door that's been in motion since Season 1.

A Sneak Peek of The Vampire Diaries Episode 4.16 - Bring It On

With "The Vampire Diaries" ready to return to The CW next Thursday, March 14th, the network has released a clip from the episode, entitled "Bring It On," and of course we have it for you right here.

A Pair of Clips and a Trio of Images from The Following Episode 1.08 - Welcome Home

We have a couple of new clips and three images for the upcoming Episode 1.08 of "The Following," entitled "Welcome Home," but just beware of spoilers if you're not caught up.

Watch the First Four Minutes of Being Human Episode 3.09 - Of Mice and Wolfmen

Now that "Being Human" has entered full-blown zombie territory, we couldn't be loving this season any more. If you agree, check out the first four minutes of next week's Episode 3.09, "Of Mice and Wolfmen."

Three TV Spots For Hannibal Fresh Out of the Oven

We are just a few weeks away from the premiere of the NBC show based upon the crazed world of Hannibal the Cannibal Lecter, and the TV spots have begun rolling in. Would author Thomas Harris be proud or will this series lack the necessary bite? Take a look!

New In The Flesh Videos Will Help You Survive the Undead Uprising

The zombie apocalypse, just like anything else, comes with its own set of monster-sized headaches. Good thing for us that BBC Three has released a set of videos to help us get through this most tumultuous of times.

Omar Epps Has the Juice in The Returned

More casting news is coming in for the ABC pilot "The Returned" as Omar Epps has signed on to the project to play a man with a lot on his mind. You know, the whole people who were long thought dead coming back thing can be stressful.

Teen Wolf Season 2 Howls its Way to Home Video

Much to our surprise MTV's "Teen Wolf" series is a lot better than we had expected it to be. Sure, it has its cheesy (and holy cow, do we mean cheesy) points, but for the most part the past two seasons have been fun, and now that it's hitting DVD, you can see for yourself.