The Avery-Scarlett-Gunnar-Zoe love quadrangle gets more complicated and a Mario Lopez cameo tells us everything we need to know about Charlie Wentworth
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NBC has decided it would be in its best interest to do a live version of The Sound of Music starring Carrie Underwood. Yet they cancelled Smash?! Join us for live coverage at 8 p.m. Eastern to see if this was the best or worst idea.
This week on Survivor: Blood vs. Water Tribal Council started at 8:42. That is not a typo.
In the third season premiere we expected a LOT from Scandal. Luckily Shonda Rhimes was willing to let Olivia Pope take off her white hat, at least for now.
The Biggest Loser Season 15 villain finally reveals himself! Also, kittens.
NBC has trouble on its schedule, and fresh ideas are few and far between. The year: 1976. The solution: pitches from Albert Brooks.
Rayna and Juliette find a common enemy in the label’s latest bigwig and a common threat in Music City’s next big star. Here’s what else happened on last night’s Nashville.
This week’s episode of Survivor: Blood vs. Water is all about timing and trust. Alliances form on Redemption Island while another alliance begins to crack at Kamasa.
NBC’s latest foray into family sitcoms is the remarkably upsetting Welcome to the Family. How many laughs can you wring out of a recent high school graduate’s surprise pregnancy and the pointless bickering between the soon-to-be grandparents?
All of the drama happens on Redemption Island on this week’s episode of Survivor: Blood vs. Water. There’s fighting, there’s crying, and there’s legitimate excitement during a domino rally. Also, the Hidden Immunity Idol causes a departure.