They’re ba-ack! Jess and Nick are FINALLY a couple, Schmidt is caught in a love triangle between Cece and Elizabeth, and Winston … well, he got attacked by a badger last time we saw him.
There was a lot going on when we said goodbye to “New Girl” last season, but tonight, they’ll pick up right where they left off. And because you guys voted “New Girl” as one of this month’s most anticipated returning shows, we’ll be live tweeting during the premiere! Keep reading »
Some programming geniuses at FOX cracked the code for the Holy Grail of food TV. “MasterChef Junior,” a spinoff of “MasterChef” but with kids, pretty much fulfills all of my cooking show hopes and dreams. Premiering on September 27th, the show will feature young culinary virtuosos ages 8 to 13. The young contestants will face the similar challenges to their adult chef counterparts — only Joe Bastianich, and Graham Elliot will mentor rather than judge them, Gordon Ramsay will refrain from shaming and swearing at them (hopefully) and they’ll be sent home in pairs, so as to preserve their burgeoning egos.
Although Sarah, the adorable 9-year-old who boasts, “I have been cooking for 6 years, so I know what I’m talking about” and then is shown screaming, “Whip like a man!” to her fellow contestants, seems to be faring just fine. When she throws down the most perfect molten lava cake Graham Elliot has ever seen on the show, you know that her cockiness is warranted. I will live the rest of my life and never be able to make a dessert like that. And SHE’S 9! But can she beat Jack, the kid who can cook an immaculate, restaurant-style branzino? You guys. I can’t. [The Braiser]
Back in August I told you “Stylista” would be a must-watch for us at The Frisky, but now I’m not so sure. As I watched “ANTM” last night, I was inundated with promos for “Stylista,” and the CW even aired an unnecessary special preview 10 minutes before the show began. I still wasn’t sure I actually wanted to watch it because I don’t think the world needs another reality show in which self-absorbed, talentless bitches compete for a prize that really should go to someone more deserving. I did watch it ultimately because there wasn’t much else on and will now fill you in on the cat fighting and the pointless assistant tasks. Keep reading »
As much as I love Don Draper and Dexter and Hank Moody, I’m always happy to have some new eye candy to gaze upon during my nightly TV ritual. The Fall TV schedule brings a plethora of new faces to the small screen on brand spankin’ new shows that either rule for more than just the hotness (like Fox’s “Fringe”) or are just worth a quick glance (um, “Knight Rider”). After the jump, 10 new-to-TV actors that you won’t want to miss. Keep reading »
For the last few weeks, and up until this Sunday, it’s been a big time for TV addicts — so many shows are back! And with them comes the hot dudes that make the shows worth watching (well, in addition to awesome stories, great acting, etcetera). After the jump, 10 TV actors we’re so psyched to have back in our lives, including John Krasinski (“The Office” returns tomorrow night!) and Gale Harold, a new addition to “Desperate Housewives” (premiering this Sunday) whom we’ve loved since “Queer As Folk”. Keep reading »
The fall television season is rapidly approaching–premieres kick-off next Tuesday, just in time to recover from the holiday weekend. Yesterday, we reminded you of last season’s cliffhangers, so today we’ve compiled a list of new shows that will tickle your fancy and some you should just skip all together. Keep reading »
We’re extremely excited about the return of either of our favorite shows this fall, but we’ve realized that a season finale refresher is in order. Hey, when our lives and our homies’ lives have real cliffhangers, we can’t be expected to remember months later what happened to our friends on TV, too. Read our updates just in time for the start of the fall TV season on September 2. Keep reading »