Things are more shrill than fabulous as this week’s Shrill & Fabulous does some table-setting for the rest of the season. Families reluctantly reunite as people run into snags in their professional and personal lives. D-R-A-M-A!!!
This week Scandal reveals more of the Pope family history in Olivia’s quest for the truth about her tragic childhood.
On The Biggest Loser, we see an astonishing amount of dangerous tactics and techniques for making the morbidly obese lose (water) weight. This week’s theme: Halloween!
They can’t all be critical darlings loved by fans and barely kept alive by sympathetic executives. Here are three shows that should take their success and make something more of their rapidly stagnating selves.
This week’s Income Property featured Sarah and Jim, newlyweds and blended-family participants who have an investment strategy that makes Scott McGillivray look conservative. But will their foray into real estate be too big of a gamble?
CBS’s hit procedural behemoth All of Them investigates… everything this week.
This week on Scandal, the hunter becomes the hunted, and Lisa Kudrow (Yes, that one!) guest stars.
This week features the first-ever Biggest Loser auction for exercise equipment. There’s still too many people, so there’s no time to dwell on anything.
This week’s Income Property stars Erin, a woman who wanted to leave her cramped condo but needed an income property to afford a house. But will multiple surprises along the way turn her dream into a money pit?
It’s the first makeover episode ever on this week’s RuPaul’s Drag Race. It’s also one of the few episodes of television that brings gender theory front and center in the most unexpected ways. #nerdingout