Six become four on the penultimate episode of Opposite Worlds. A well-constructed endurance challenge determines two of the final four, but will questionable strategy sink one player’s chances?
On Part 2 of The Bachelor’s four hour/two night extravaganza, the Bachelor and his Bachelorettes find themselves in frosty St. Lucia.
Call me old fashioned, but despite the interesting story construct, Mixology is a horrible cocktail of lazy writing, terrible characters, and bitters.
With the Olympics out of the way, it’s time for another wave of winter premieres. Which shows will work and which need a bit more time to stew? Here’s what else is on TV this week.
Latvia’s Arazemnieki is bringing more pop-folk flavor to Copenhagen with their song “Cake to Bake”. Will it rise or fall flat come Semifinal 1?
No, not The Assets. This is the other, far superior, Cold War sleeper spies show.
Dearest Bachelor Viewers, you’re in for a treat this week when the two most highly anticipated episodes of the season air on back-to-back nights. First up, the Hometown Dates, then…The Fantasy Suite Dates.
NBC debuted its new comedy About a Boy on Saturday with a commercial-free preview following the Olympics. Is the adaptation worth checking out?
After sending the more sedate ByeAlex to the Contest last year, Hungary picked Kállay-Saunders to represent them in Copenhagen. Will “Running” keep them in the running for the prize this year?
“Gabriel has difficulty believing that his best friend from Delta Force is now the main suspect behind an assassination plot against a presidential candidate in Bolivia.” is the name of my next band.