Italy has changed up its approach to the Eurovision Song Contest this year, bypassing the Sanremo festival and selecting internally Emma Marrone and her song “La Mia Città” (“My City”).
It’s an all-singing, all-dancing, all-DRAMA episode of Shrill & Fabulous.
When the darker aspects of her personality come to light, our blonde heroine ceases to exist and is replaced by her brunette twin cousin Maddy… oops, wrong show. Click here to see what really happened on last night’s Nashville.
Makeover week on The Biggest Loser brings big haircuts and a big, scary red line. Double elimination time!
This week’s television features the final Greatest Event in Television History. No, not the Bachelor wedding or the debut of Wahlburgers, though those probably rank in the top…billion?
On this week’s Intelligence, Gabriel may have met his match when fellow chip recipient Mei Chen starts messing with cyber-rendering.
On week three of the least expensive to produce season of The Bachelor in several years, we travel to exotic Long Beach, CA.
CBS hit procedural All of Them heads to new heights with this week’s addition of a superintelligent CIA asset.
Every child of the 1980s was probably thrilled to hear that Lifetime was remaking the classic film Flowers in the Attic. Is it better than the original book? Yes, if by “better” you mean “crazier.”
We are finally getting some structure to the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest with the assignment of semi-finals to the 37 countries competing this year in Copenhagen, Denmark.