Survivor: Blood vs. Water turned out to be an excellent season, with surprising results and adept politicking. Seven players are still in the game: who is most likely to win it all?
“It’s called a TV show, not a TV tell.”
Last night Scandal aired it’s Winter Finale and we all shed a collective tear because we have to wait until the end of February for more.
The Sing-Off has switched up the format again for last night’s and Monday’s episodes, offering one-hour editions where four of the teams will compete and one team will go home. No one is safe!
The X Factor settles down its travel schedule and hangs out in Denver and Long Island for two hours of auditions. The Over 25s get representation, but the judges may have found the best group to compete on the show.
The other day I almost posted the status “The third episode of Siberia really nailed it!”1. Then I watched the fourth episode. That’s not me saying the fourth episode was a major step back2 but rather a comment on the manner in which I’ve been watching Siberia, a manner that can best be labeled “irregular binging” or “not how the network hoped anyone would consume their product.”3 I entered Siberia, like countless others alongside me, by clicking on the Hulu teaser image for the preview episode. I dug the fake-show concept (loved it, really), made up my own guessing game about which actor/characters were plants4, [Read more…]
On Wednesday’s edition of The Sing-Off, the nine remaining groups reinterpreted party anthems for our listening pleasure.
The Music City Music Festival delivers big drama, and just as the promo promised, “Someone. Will. Die.” Merry Christmas!
Maybe the third time will be the charm in the search for the first mega-star to come out of the US version of The X Factor. Paulina Rubio and Kelly Rowland join Demi Lovato and Simon Cowell as they criss-cross the country for tonight’s first batch of auditions.
It’s a battle for Monica’s vote on the penultimate Survivor: Blood vs. Water. In a battle of trust only one thing is for certain: Probst needs to be quiet.
On this week’s episode of Scandal, in a nod to the idea of a Throwback Thursday, we keep one eye on the future of Olivia’s ability to fix what’s broken and one eye on the past that may have broken her in the first place.