It's always a pleasant surprise whenever our favorite characters from movies and TV shows pop up on our current shows. Here are seven celebs you can catch on TV now!
- Draco Malfoy a.k.a. Tom Felton on The Flash (Wednesdays at 3 pm and 8 pm on ETC)
Remember when Hermione Granger called Draco Malfoy a "foul, loathsome, evil little cockroach" and punched him in the nose? We're betting that's exactly what Barry Allen dreams of doing to Julian Albert, his uptight, prickly CSI superior played by Tom Felton. Julian is a new character and a direct result of the new timeline that Barry created, so really, this is karma for Barry!
- Jacob Black a.k.a. Taylor Lautner on Scream Queens (Wednesdays at 4 pm and 9 pm on ETC)
Our undying love for Jacob Black means Taylor Lautner’s stint on Scream Queens is a whole other article in itself, which is exactly what we did. The show is clearly having fun with Taylor's wolf days, gifting Twihards with Easter eggs and inside jokes. #TeamJacob5eva
- Derek Hale a.k.a. Tyler Hoechlin on Supergirl (Tuesdays at 3 pm and 8 pm on ETC)
Where does one go after coming back from the (almost) dead and becoming a super strong evolved wolf? Up, up, and away, naturally. Tyler Hoechlin suits up as Superman on Supergirl, which is now officially part of The CW family so we can probably expect to see Supergirl, Superman, The Flash, and Green Arrow join forces in the future!
- Jamie Sullivan a.k.a. Mandy Moore on This Is Us (Wednesdays at 3 pm and 9 pm on 2nd Avenue)
After slaying us in A Walk to Remember, Mandy Moore is back and ready to play with our emotions once more. She plays Rebecca Pearson, mom to three kids also known as The Big Three, on This Is Us, a fresh new drama that packs a punch.
- Jess Mariano a.k.a. Milo Ventimiglia on This Is Us (Wednesdays at 3 pm and 9 pm on 2nd Avenue)
Rory Gilmore's second love on Gilmore Girls is the love of Rebecca Pearson's life on This Is Us—or is he? With the show's unconventional storytelling, anything could happen!
- Mulan a.k.a. Jamie Chung on Gotham (Tuesdays at 9 pm on WarnerTV Asia)
Once Upon A Time, Jamie Chung brought to life the beloved warrior Mulan. Now, she's still fighting the good fight on Gotham as Valerie Vale, a hardworking reporter who is as dedicated to her job as Mulan was dedicated to her cause.
- Veronica Mars a.k.a. Kristen Bell on The Good Place (Fridays at 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm on ETC)
Eleanor Shellstrop is not the kind, decent human being everyone in heaven thinks she is—in fact she's supposed to be in "the other place." Good thing Veronica Mars isn't around to do some sleuthing, otherwise she would've blown Eleanor's cover on day one!