Top of the mornin', my lovelies! Thanks for joining us for YA Onscreen. Lots of links this week, so let's not waste any time.
Trailer for Peter Capaldi's last Doctor Who season, in which he battles things like emoji robots:
The Vampire Diaries' series finale was this past Friday. Wherever will we get our vampire fix now? TV doesn't feel the same without SOME kind of pretty vampire stalking innocent high-schoolers. There's been lots of wrap-up articles weighing in on the finale and the series as a whole. What did you guys think of that ending?
So remember when The Vampire Diaries ended? Creator Julie Plec is already talking about a revival.
For your approval: a slideshow of the sexiest vampires in film and TV.
Jason Katims' Drama High is getting its cast: Josh Radnor of How I Met Your Mother fame has been cast in the key role as the drama teacher, as well as TV alum, Marley Shelton (playing his wife), and Casey Johnson, most recently of Netflix's G.L.O.W.
MTV expands its annual Movie Awards to include TV honors.
Beloved show Buffy the Vampire Slayer turned twenty this past week, and it's nice to see how much of an impact it had on everyone. I know I was a ten-year-old obsessed from the first time Buffy caught sight of Angel in an alleyway.
Girl With the Dragon Tattoo will be getting a sequel in 2018, featuring a completely new cast.
TV Guide ranks every CW show. Where do your favorites fall?
Speaking of The CW, they've already renewed The 100 for its fifth season. You go, CW.
Disney's hosting an open casting call for the live-action Aladdin, looking specifically for Middle Eastern actors.
Here's a non-Disney, non-Universal, live-action trailer for The Little Mermaid, starring former FYA boyfriend, William Moseley.
Fourteen movies you forgot came from Disney.
Watch out, non-smizers! Tyra Banks has just been announced as the new host of America's Got Talent.
Anna Faris and Eugenio Derbez are going to star in a reverse gender reboot of the 1980s Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell gem, Overboard. I don't know about this, peeps. Overboard has a questionable plot but sails by on the complete and utter delightfulness of Goldie and Kurt. (Did anyone else stop everything to watch this movie whenever they saw it on TV? Just me?)
Gal Godot showed off the new Wonder Woman trailer, and it's not bad:
Will The Night Manager come back for a second shift?
Adorbs: Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner will be teaming up for an episode of the upcoming Carpool Karaoke: A Series.
First photos of Ava Duvernay's adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, plus word that it has wrapped principal filming.
FYA faves Elle Fanning and Nat Wolff are starring in an animated film called Leap!:
Jason Isaacs will be the captain in Star Trek: Discovery, but remember, for the first time the captain will not be the main star of the show.
Game of Thrones is offically coming back on July 16th, and it feels like the media floodgates have been opened. Because I love you, here's my favorite about shirtless Jon Snow scenes.
The unique promos for The Handmaid's Tale at SXSW are freaking everyone out.
There doesn't seem to be anything Disney loves more--other than killing off the parents of their hero/ines--than including Easter Eggs in their movies.
Goodbye orange and slime: kid-friendly network Nickelodeon is rebranding itself for the youngins'.
Some teasing tidbits about the upcoming third season of Kimmy Schmidt.
Nashville follows up the murder of Rayna James (yes, I'm salty) with an announcement of new cast members
Summer Roberts Zoe Hart Rachel Bilson and Kaitlin Doubleday.
Whew, we made it to the end! What was your favorite news from this busy week?