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'Sons of Anarchy' season finale: Predictions? Polls!

Tonight, Sons of Anarchy‘s wild fifth season comes to an end (FX, 10 p.m. ET) with another emotionally-charged, bullet-laden, 90-minute episode. In his review for EW’s What to Watch section, Dalton Ross hints that we’ll see “the gnarliest thing the biker drama has ever put on screen,” while Ron Perlman teases for us that the season finishes at a place that’s “very dark and very sad” and “profoundly painful.” Perhaps both men are stating the obvious. Let’s get to the big questions. Polls below! READ FULL STORY

Fan-made 'Parks and Recreation' movie trailer seeks Li'l Sebastian killer -- VIDEO

“A small Indiana town is flipped upside down when their beloved hero goes missing.”

That’s the logline for a fan-made Parks and Recreation movie trailer, which uses clips from various episodes to turn the death of everyone’s favorite miniature horse, Li’l Sebastian, into a thriller. It’s funnier than the Alex Cross trailer (intentionally!). Watch it below. READ FULL STORY

'Sons of Anarchy' recap: One more dawn, one more day, one day more

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode, which ended with a montage set to “The Whistler” by the White Buffalo (you’re welcome), stop reading now. Big moves were made to get us in position for next week’s season finale. Let’s dig in. READ FULL STORY

'Vampire Diaries' death(s) coming this season: Whose time is it? -- POLL!

Nina Dobrev called in to On Air with Ryan Seacrest this morning and said there will be more mourning in Mystic Falls. Asked if any of the main characters will die this season, she said, “Yes, they will. There will be multiple main characters…. At the moment there’s talk of at least one or two.”

Of course, nothing’s set in stone, but we know this show isn’t afraid to pull the trigger, so let’s take it to a vote below: Who is most likely to bite it in season 4? Who better live to see season 5? For argument’s sake, let’s say Elena, Stefan, Damon, and Caroline are safe, and let’s not worry about the characters we’re just getting to know (too low impact).  READ FULL STORY

'Vampire Diaries' season premiere instant react: Crying time again?

SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t watched tonight’s Vampire Diaries stop reading now. We want to give fans a place to talk about the episode — and the scene that had us reaching for the tissues — now. UPDATE: Our full recap is live.   READ FULL STORY

Sad TV: Has rubbernecking ever turned you into a new fan?

In our annual reader-voted Season Finale Awards, we include the special category Biggest Regret That I Didn’t See It, I Just Heard or Read About It. Two of the three years, the winner has involved a death. This week, after Sons of Anarchy killed off a fan favorite, the reaction reached that level. Our recap has more than 1,000 comments. More than one person has said they’ve never seen the show before, but they had to read it to find out what happened because their Twitter and Facebook timelines lit up with people talking about the episode. Last night’s emotional Grey’s Anatomy premiere set off another blaze. (Read our recap. Watch that episode on Hulu.)

We’ve talked about the TV moments that made us cry and left scars. But we’ve never discussed the moments of rubbernecking that turned us into new (or returning) fans of shows. Have you ever searched for a recap or clip of a sad moment on a show you weren’t currently watching and then decided to start? (I’ve had at least one person tell me she’s now given Sons of Anarchy a season pass.) Or do you always turn your head around and simply stay tuned to your regularly scheduled programs?

Read more:
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ recap: Life Support
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star Jessica Capshaw on Arizona shocker: This is not ‘a story of defeat’
InsideTV Podcast: Why ‘Sons of Anarchy’ had to kill off [SPOILER]. Plus: ‘Homeland,’ ‘Last Resort’ and ‘Survivor’
‘Sons of Anarchy’ react: The death of [SPOILER] is series’ saddest moment
‘Sons of Anarchy': Kurt Sutter explains last night’s death

TV's greatest tearjerkers: Which moments made you cry?

A war is raging in the comments of our recap of last night’s Sons of Anarchy: Some fans think a character’s brutal, tragic end was epic storytelling (our view), while others consider it a sucker punch. To bring a little peace, let’s focus on the fact that people on both sides of the debate fought back tears and, more often than not, lost the battle and sobbed. In a world where we’re constantly deleting episodes from our DVRs to make room for the next ones, moments that stay with us are special.

We want to do a gallery of TV moments that left scars. The wounds can be fresh (Anna reuniting with Pearl on The Vampire Diaries, anyone?), or faded (I still remember curling up in my mother’s lap after watching Brian’s Song and tear up when I talk about this one episode of Three’s Company or even read the title of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode “The Body“).

Your picks, your stories. Go!

'Sons of Anarchy' react: The death of [SPOILER] is series' saddest moment

SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Sons of Anarchy yet, STOP READING. Sorry, West Coast, we need to start the viewer support group nowREAD FULL STORY

'Sons of Anarchy': Who got a little misty?

Have you recovered from last week’s emotional season premiere? FX sent the first two episodes to TV critics together, which was fitting because in episode 2, “Authority Vested,” smoke was still coming off poor Dawn’s body when Jax, Bobby, and Chibs (“Tiggy!”) arrived on the scene. But also because together, they show you what this series is capable of: Brutality that landed a spot on our list of TV’s most disturbing scenes ever and moments of love and loyalty that bring a tear to the eye. SPOILER ALERT if you haven’t seen tonight’s episode! READ FULL STORY

'The X Factor': Listen to Britney Spears and Don Philip's 1999 duet, then weep for humanity

Update: Annie’s full recap is live.

Here’s Britney Spears’ duet with 32-year-old vocal coach and X Factor contestant Don Philip — “I Will Still Love You,” off her debut album, 1999’s …Baby One More Time. Something …drastic has happened to Don’s voice since then. Ugh, life. It’ll getcha.

We didn’t get many details on why current Don is such a mess, but the guy’s clearly been through hell and, thanks to the “magic” of a network television production team in search of a buzzy premiere moment, has made it back to one of the gates of hell — The X Factor audition stage!

Britney was so distraught after Don walked away that Simon had to interrupt his Skittles consumption to come over and hover over/console her.

What a difference 12 years can make. Listen to Britney and Don here: READ FULL STORY

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