The Sing-Off is back, y’all! Nick Lachey, Ben Folds and Shawn Stockman are back as well, this time rounding out the panel with Jewel. Eh.
“It’s called a TV show, not a TV tell.”
Should you be watching this reboot of the BBC series of teens who can teleport and uses telepathy and telekinesis? Let me tell you why I’m dropping The Tomorrow People from my DVR.
Rayna and Teddy are freshly divorced and hot to trot, while Peggy feigns a bun in the oven. Here’s what else happened on last night’s Nashville
There’s a reason why we have two ears and only one mouth, and this week’s Survivor: Blood vs. Water demonstrates why. After an overpacked Immunity Challenge, a major power play at Tribal Council moved this season into “awesome” territory.
On Sunday’s Breaking Bad, Todd and Jerry need a boost in quality and only Walt can provide it. Hank needs more quality information to track down his brother-in-law. Jesse has a quality plan on how to catch Mr. White. There is top-quality dread throughout.
This week on RuPaul’s Drag Race the eight remaining queens split into two girl groups. Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child is on hand as the girls cover “Say My Name” and “Independent Woman.”
Last night on Scandal everyone is losing their mind.
Leftenant Abbie has to face her past with her sister and must face a faceless dream demon and when did Sleepy Hollow become Buffy the Vampire Slayer?
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
This week on Orphan Black, we get introduced to Clone Club. Alison’s kids get introduced to Felix, Cosima and Sarah get better acquainted, Katja’s murder becomes Beth’s case, and we all get introduced to Clone #9.