Kat Graham is Leaving ‘The Vampire Diaries’

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Kat Graham is leaving The Vampire Diaries

Next season, “season 8 will be my last season,” Graham tells Us Weekly. “I just hope that whatever I do after, the crew can come with me. If the crew can come with me, then we’ll be good. The crew is going to be the hardest thing to let go, because we are a family.”

American Idol bringing back Brian Dunkleman and William Hung for the series finale

According to TMZ, Ryan Seacrest’s Season 1 co-host and the Season 3’s terrible singing superstar will be part of Thursday’s finale. Hung is also expected to sing.

Grimm renewed for Season 6

In announcing the pickup, NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke said: “We absolutely love what our producers and cast have accomplished over the past five seasons.”

Showtime developing a Cuban Missle Crisis miniseries

The four-hour event will be based on the 2015 book, The Armageddon Letters: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro in the Cuban Missile Crisis.

John Oliver sends 2 men dressed as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to a Yankees game

The Last Week Tonight host gave premium seats behind home plate away because the Yankees were being “elitist a-holes.”

Taye Diggs to host a “hypnotic comedy game show”

You’re Back in the Room, based on the UK format, will have contestants work in teams — all while under hypnosis.

Fox orders a Famous summer sitcom

The mockumentary features dating teachers who aspire to make it big in Hollywood.

CW sets summer premiere dates for Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Whose Line Is It Anyway

Alyson Hannigan kicks off hosting Penn & Teller’s CW show on July 11, followed by Whose Line the same night.

The Office’s Angela Kinsey to play Miranda Sings’ mom on Netflix

Kinsey will co-star opposite Colleen Ballinger-Evans and Steve Little in Haters Back Off.

Salem reveals its Season 3 trailer

The WGN America series will premiere during Halloween week.

The Walking Dead showrunner’s defense of the cliffhanger finale makes no sense

The ending doesn’t make sense on multiple levels, as Todd VanDerWerff notes: “The filmmaking choice they made was one of the worst ones possible.”