A new episode of The Vampire Diaries is so far away (April 7!), but that doesn't mean we should all just curl up in a ball and rock back and forth until that day comes. We're better than that.
Why don't we take a look at what the April 14 episode ("The Last Dance") has in store for us via photos starring Stefan, Damon, Elena, and some hot make-out action? And we've got the rest of today's TV updates to make sure you're on the ball with your boob tube news…
"The Last Dance" revolves around yet another theme dance for Mystic Falls. This time it's a "1960s Decade Dance," and because Elena (Nina Dobrev) is receiving threatening messages from Klaus, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) an Alaric (Matt Davis) insist on chaperoning the dance.
Elsewhere, Bonnie (Katerina Graham) must convince worrywart Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) that she is strong enough to aid Elena, and Caroline (Candice Accola) and Matt (Zach Roerig) become the cutest dance date ever. I mean, just look at them up here! When Klaus wreaks havoc at the dance, Damon develops a shocking plan that no one likes.
The Office: Ricky Gervais told BBC Radio 1 in the U.K. that he is shaving his beard into a goatee because he's "popping up in the American Office." Looks like David Brent might not just be popping up, but perhaps interviewing to take over for Michael Scott?
How I Met Your Mother: A new character has been added to further entangle the love web of Barney, Robin, and Nora. Starting in early May, Michael Trucco (Fairly Legal, Battlestar Galactica, One Tree Hill) will appear as a love interest for Robin. TVGuide.com is also reporting that he will be featured heavily next season as well. To add more drama in the club, she who shot Barney's heart with a cupid's arrow, Nora, will reprise her role in the season finale on May 16, and most likely return next season.
The Real Housewives of D.C.: There are whisperings on the web that The Real Housewives of D.C. has been canceled after just one season. A rep for the show tells us: "The network has made no decision regarding a season two." D.C. Housewife Mary Amons tweets: "Relax #rhodc fans, no official announcement of our show going either way. Lots of buzz & rumors flying around! Fingers crossed! Ox."
Lights Out: FX has canceled the show after just one season. A show rep says in a statement: "FX will not be moving forward with a second season of the critically acclaimed drama series Lights Out. FX will air the final two episodes of the current season in its regularly scheduled time period, Tuesdays at 10 PM E/P (March 29 and April 5)."