If True Blood has taught fans anything, it's that nothing lasts forever – even immortal vampires.
After seven seasons, the HBO drama died the true death and ended on Sunday after 80 episodes of vampires, shape-shifters, werewolves, witches and fairies.
Warning: True Blood spoilers ahead for the final time.
Beyoncé's Video Music Awards set can only be described as "Flawless."
Not everyone can muster the enthusiasm of a teenager with a VMAs floor pass.
Several celebs were caught looking less than enthused during the MTV awards show Sunday night – even if only for a moment – punctuating the performances with some pretty funny reactions. (See them in GIF form below!)
Rita Ora, who will hit the big screen in Fifty Shades of Grey in February, appeared to be unmoved by Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" early on in the show.
Her show is certainly polarizing, and she has the public just as torn. But the girl has guts, and the Emmys have recognized that. (She's nominated for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series, her third straight nod.)
Girls season 3 saw Lena Dunham's Hannah Horvath go through a series of career crises – (spoilers) losing her ebook deal, fired from a job at GQ – and some personal problems with her three besties and boyfriend Adam. Though often criticized as self-centered (which she still was this season), she was also dealt a few harsh reality checks, losing her grandmother and making an important decision about her future.
It's not easy to make a not-so-good person likeable. But as Galina "Red" Reznikov on Orange Is the New Black, Kate Mulgrew does it oh so well.
The Irish-American actress, who has a string of successful TV roles under her belt, plays the fierce Russian den mother to many of her prison's younger girls, a woman with a tough exterior who's actually kind of crumbling inside. The role earned her an Emmy nomination for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series.
Raise your hand if you binge-watched Orange Is the New Black season 2. Yep, we're guilty too.
It was impossible to avoid the buzz surrounding the Netflix hit's season 2 debut this summer, and within days most people had lapped up all 13 hour-long episodes – for good reason. It's nominated for outstanding comedy series, and five of its actresses were nominated for Emmys (one, Uzo Aduba, already won for outstanding guest actress) because the show is just that darn good. Its women's prison setting is the perfect place for friendships to form and fizzle, backstabbing (sometimes literal) to occur and characters to have full-on breakdowns. It's hilarious and moving at the same time, towing the line between comedy and drama with moments that make viewers laugh out loud and others that have made me recoil in horror.