Big, big things are going down on the small screen this week. lt will all, of course, kick off with the season finale of “The Bachelorette,” which you will be watching along with Amelia, right? After that, we’ve got the season premiere of “The Rachel Zoe Project” and the season finale of “Friday Night Lights.” Oh, and a whole new set of “Real Housewives”—this time coming at us from our nation’s capital. After the jump, check out previews and more. Keep reading »
As the television world order currently stands, Sunday nights are king with the perfect combination of “True Blood” followed by “Mad Men.” But that does not give you permission to turn your set off all the other days of the week. This week, check out a slew of new series—”Growing Up Twisted” (which follows Dee Snider’s family), “Plain Jane” (which takes an unsure-of-herself lady and turns her into a maneater), and “On the Road with Austin and Santino” (starring two of the most dramatic “Project Runway” personalities ever). Oh, and how could I forget that “Jersey Shore” is back, fist-pumping in another season of boozy drama. Keep reading »
Did you guys know that season four of “Mad Men” premieres this Sunday? Yes, it’s very exciting, but it’s not nearly the only awesome thing going down on the small screen this week. There’s also VH1′s “Do Something Awards,” the season four premiere of “Mad Men,” fresh episodes of “Degrassi,” the season four series premiere of “Mad Men,” the continuation of MTV’s “Teen Mom” and, of course, the season four premiere of “Mad Men.” After the jump, previews and more. Keep reading »
The World Cup is over. Which means—sniff, sniff—there’s a serious hole in our
pants television hearts. So what should we fill it with? Luckily, there’s lots of good stuff happening on the small screen this week, from the big fight on “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” to the series finale of “The Hills.” Plus, check out new shows “Covert Affairs” and “Mary Knows Best,” which follows a psychic mom and her family. Hawt. Keep reading »
Oh, television, you are a good companion. Thank you for always providing a good time and never talking back. After the jump, some shows to look forward to this week, from an HBO documentary about psychics, to Bethenny actually getting married, to a marathon of “Community.” Keep reading »
It might take you another day or so to recover from last night’s slightly traumatic episode of “True Blood.” But when you are ready to turn on the television again, there are lots of exciting programs waiting for you. (And, yes, I am starting a campaign to bring back the word ‘programs.’) For example, the season premieres of “Make It Or Break It” and “Intervention.” And a new sitcom, “Louie,” that looks like it could be on par with “The Office” and “How I Met Your Mother.” And if that doesn’t float your boat, perhaps I could interest you in another delicious serving of “Friday Night Lights?” After the jump, previews, teasers, and more. Keep reading »
A kind of annoying thing happens during the summer—TV offerings during the week become abysmal, while a zillion great shows start airing during the weekends. Case in point—I’m bored to tears of weekday shows like “Top Chef” and “So You Think You Can Dance,” and would be into the new series “Boston Med” if hospital dramas didn’t make my eyes glaze over at this point. In the meantime, both “Friday Night Lights” and “Party Down” are on Friday, which is just not the night I’m itching to stay in and curl up on the couch. Just another reason to be thankful for DVR?
After the jump, the shows I’m looking forward to this week. Keep reading »
There are only two words to describe last night’s season premiere of “True Blood“: Awe. Some. More Evan Rachel Wood as the Queen of Louisiana and Bill-Sookie-Eric sexiness? Well, you know what I’ll be up to every Sunday night for the next three months. But if you don’t have HBO, never fear. There is lots more exciting stuff happening on the small screen. After the jump, what else you need to watch this week, from new series “Double Exposure” and “Hot in Cleveland” to the finae of “The Tudors.” Keep reading »
Oh, television, you are a good companion. Thank you for always providing a good time and never talking back. After the jump, some shows to look forward to this week, from the season finale of “Glee” to the season premiere of “True Blood,” with reality shows like “Work of Art” and “Bethenny Getting Married?” in the middle. Keep reading »
OK, yes, I forgot to give you your weekly dose of what to watch yesterday. But have no fear—that had to do with me being lazy on the beach and was not at all a commentary on the television options for the week. Most scripted dramas are over for the season, which means get ready for lots and lots of reality TV. In addition to my new television obsession—”The OCD Project” (Thursdays, 10 p.m., VH1)—we are pumped that Aziz Ansari is hosting Sunday night’s “MTV Movie Awards.” And from the state that brought you “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” and “Jersey Shore” comes a new series called “Jersey Couture,” which premieres tonight on Oxygen. After the jump, details and previews.
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