After a three-week hiatus, The Biggest Loser returns. Here is a refresher, or a chance to get caught up if you’re just joined in.
“It’s called a TV show, not a TV tell.”
Here we go kids, The Bachelor is back and the only thing better than Juan Pablo’s accent is the motley crew of women walking out of limos to meet him.
Happy new year! Also, happy midseason! It’s that nebulous time of year when new programs debut to fill in the gaps until the shows you like return from hiatus. Here are some shows to keep on notice.
Ichabod and the good leftenant are on the trail of a witch who’s trying to bring about her own resurrection as Sleepy Hollow sets up a monster-of-the-week format that is still watchable, if not quite as much fun as the pilot.
Rayna’s in a coma, Deacon’s in jail, Juliette’s in a rebranding crisis and Scarlett’s NOT in a relationship. Here are the highlights from the season two premiere of Nashville.
The Hidden Immunity Idol comes into play following the first Redemption Island duel on this week’s Survivor: Blood vs. Water. Who is the first player to leave the game completely, and who is the next person voted out of the game?
Sarah has to add a German accent to her arsenal as she needs to track down Katja’s briefcase. However, a third woman (a soccer mom? Yikes!) enters Sarah’s life. What’s the connection between Sarah, Beth, Katja and Alison?
I know, I know… ‘only three?!’
Season 27 of Survivor began Wednesday with the introduction of Blood vs Water, otherwise known as veterans vs their loved ones. Or, better yet, M. Night Shyamalan’s Survivor: Kitchen Sink.
Fox’s Sleepy Hollow was pitched as a twenty-first century update on Washington Irving’s early-nineteenth century short story, and looks like The Following meets National Treasure, only if Sean Bean was missing a few pounds above the neck. Did this story’s new origin story pan out?