"Yes, we're obviously exploring that... Becky and Steve are just magnetic," Valentini told AccessHollywood.com. "And it's a different kind of love, it's a friendship love, it's an eternal love. It has so many prongs to it that's interesting for the writers to write. And also, on the flip side, Jason and Sam have the same kind of thing -- their love is a little bit more on fire."
"I feel being with Elizabeth and having a child with her, there's a connection there," said Burton. "I don't think it was ever fully explored and then with Sam... the story wasn't told so we don't know. So with Sam, obviously we know that these two are together an d they're alike and they love each other and they're married and they have a life together and then, you know, now another dead kid and now we're in trouble."
Violent TV Disrupts Kids' Sleep: You might be surprised to learn what kinds of TV shows are too scary for kids
If your kid is having trouble sleeping, take a closer look at what he’s been watching on TV. A new study published in the journal Pediatrics finds that violent or age-inappropriate programming could increase the odds that children have problems falling asleep and staying asleep or have nightmares.
Researchers assessed children’s sleep quality by using portions of a standard questionnaire measuring how often kids have trouble falling asleep, their nightmare frequency, how many times they wake up during the night, their difficulty waking up in the morning and how tired they are during the day. The questionnaires were administered at the start of the study and again at 6, 12 and 18 months. At the start of the study, there weren’t any significant differences between the two groups in terms of sleep problems or TV habits. The most common problem kids had was trouble falling asleep, with 38% of kids taking more than 20 minutes to fall asleep at least a couple of nights a week.
Josh Griffith starts work as new head writer of THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS
"Back in action at Y&R," Griffith tweeted on Wednesday. "Great to see everyone. I'm thrilled to be back. Feels like home."
Who Earns What: TV's Highest Paid Stars
Drama (per episode)
Mark Harmon (NCIS): $500,000
Ellen Pompeo (GREY'S ANATOMY): $350,000
Kevin Bacon (THE FOLLOWING): $175,000
Lucy Liu (ELEMENTARY): $125,000
Stephen Amell (ARROW): $30,000
Comedy (per episode)
Ashton Kutcher (TWO AND A HALF MEN): $700,000
Kaley Cuoco (THE BIG BANG THEORY): $300,000
MODERN FAMILY Adult Cast: $175,000 each
Lea Michele (GLEE): $75,000
Crystal the Monkey (ANIMAL PRACTICE): $12,000
Daytime/Syndication (per year)
Judy Sheindlin (JUDGE JUDY): $45 million
Joe Brown (JUDGE JOE BROWN): $20 million
Kelly Ripa (LIVE! WITH KELLY): $20 million
Sherri Shepherd (THE VIEW): $1.5 million
Mario Batali (THE CHEW): $6,000 per episode
21 links between unexpectedly shared TV universes
Establishing that television shows share a reality is typically done in an overt, crossover-stunt sort of way. But sometimes it’s a far subtler suggestion that completely unrelated shows may take place within the same storytelling universe, whether it’s via winking allusion, a minor character from one turning up in another without any fanfare, or a fictional product that only exists inside their shared fictional world.
THE SECRET CIRCLE alum Phoebe Tonkin joins THE VAMPIRE DIARIES
he Australian actress will play Hayley, a wild, sexy and very free-spirited friend with whom Tyler (Michael Trevino) shares a past. She'll first appear in Episode 3.
Ex-EASTENDERS star arrested after discovery of £15,000 cannabis farm
Jody Latham (ex-Rob Grayson) was arrested along with his partner Sarah Melia, 31, after Lancashire police found 24 cannabis plants growing at a property in Stacksteads on May 13 last year. Earlier this year Latham, who grew up in Colne and attended the former Walton High and Park High, said he was facing bankruptcy.
ISIDINGO's Ashish Gangapersad Does "The Incredibly Pointless Q&A"
If he could have tea with the Queen, what would he say to her? "Two sugars, no milk. Thanks."
MTV's THE INBETWEENERS: Watch the first two minutes of the new teen comedy