You have plans this Saturday night. Yes, you do. At 9 p.m. on the 29th, you will be watching Tiffany and Debbie (fine, Deborah) Gibson in their SyFy movie, “Mega Python vs. Gatoroid.” And it should be either (a) awesome or (b) so bad it’s fun to play “Mystery Science Theater 3000″ along with. I’m betting on the second. But there are other exciting things happening on the small screen, too, as this week brings the return of many of our favorite shows. Find out what after the jump. Continue reading
With the exception of Brad Womack’s apology and the vampire wannabe on “The Bachelor,” it’s been a quiet few weeks on the television front. Thank goodness, things are starting to pick up. This week, meet the new set of “Teen Moms,” check out new series “Off the Map” and “Lights Out,” and pick up where you left off with the Hendrickson wives of “Big Love.” Previews and more after the jump. Continue reading
Not to sound like Scrooge, but here’s yet another reason—besides the freezing cold, short days, and epic lines at every store everywhere—why this is actually not “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”: Television is notoriously sucky the week of Christmas. But never fear, I have scoured the listings and come up with the TV happenings you won’t want to miss.
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Sure, people may be feeling the Christmas cheer. But there’s a more Grinch-like emotion that I’m feeling right now: television withdrawal. Just as I’ve gotten totally hooked on all my shows, they’re on hiatus until late January. Insert long sigh here. But never fear, there is lots to watch this week, from a “Vampire Diaries” marathon” to a “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” smackdown that promises to get as physical as things did in New Jersey. Keep reading »
Perhaps the biggest television happening of the week: Barbara Walters’ “10 Most Fascinating People” special, which will be airing Thursday night. However, her “fascinating” choices put us to sleep, so we’re going to go ahead and skip it. What will we be watching instead? This week’s best offerings are all a little nerdy, from Barack Obama appearing on “Mythbusters” to National Geographic’s Big Cat Week. After the jump, previews and details for our television picks this week.
This week is bringing us some real small-screen delights, from an episode of “Gossip Girl” that Entertainment Weekly promises is “the best-of-the-season-so-far” to a new Sunday night series on A&E called “The Hasselhoffs,” which is, well, exactly what it sounds like. But the real treasures are Showtime’s documentary “The Other City,” the finale of “America’s Next Top Model,” and the premiere of “Top Chef All-Stars.” After the jump, previews and more. Continue reading