Tom Bergeron has set the date for the last time he’ll introduce a montage of grandmothers tripping down the stairs while losing their wigs. READ FULL STORY
…is a whole lotta tension! And many a moral quandary, I might add.
On the next episode of MTV’s pairing-is-
caringhumping reality series Are You the One?, once-solid presumed Perfect Match Ryan and Kayla find themselves in the middle of their biggest fight yet when Kayla refuses Ryan’s invite to the Boom Boom Room on moral (high)grounds. Given all the sexy time the duo has logged in the shower and various hallways, Ryan is understandably confused — and, as the outmoded sexual politics of the show tend to go, a little offended that she dare deny him.
Watch the wrong kind of fireworks go off between the lovebirds as Kayla tries to explain her dilemma — all while being mocked by an eavesdropping cabal of housemates, of course… READ FULL STORY
Patrick Duffy recalls an old 'Dallas' line that tops this week's Lesser Prairie Chicken twist, teases what's ahead
Spoiler alert! This week’s episode of Dallas saw John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Bobby (Patrick Duffy) each take bold steps in their battle over fracking at Southfork. In the end, even though John Ross had convinced the ranch hands that more money could be made in oil than cattle, Bobby managed to put a hold on John Ross’s drilling permit by informing the Sierra Club of a potentially endangered population of Lesser Prairie Chicken.
Asked how many takes it took him to get “Lesser Prairie Chicken” out, Duffy just laughs. “Once, in the old Dallas, we had the phrase, ‘Well, daddy, I think the whole herd’s got screwworm.’ And ‘screwworm’ did not come out of Larry’s and my mouth for about an hour. It’s one of those phrases. ‘Lesser Prairie Chicken’ is one of those phrases,” he says.
He admits the cast is also having fun with the frequent use of the term “fracking” this season. ”Especially off-camera,” he says. “If you think about Battlestar Galactica, ‘frak’ was the way they got around the censors.” (Yes, he is a BSG fan, and when he stopped by EW for an upcoming Pop Culture Personality Test, he showed us a photo of himself with Step by Step fan Katee Sackhoff on his phone to prove it. Check it out below.) READ FULL STORY
Andi Dorfman, the feisty 26-year-old Atlantan district attorney who became a fan favorite after she told off Bachelor star Juan Pablo Galavis and then left the show, is getting another chance at love. During the After the Rose special following Monday night’s finale, Dorfman was announced as the next star of The Bachelorette.
While she made it to the final three, Dorfman decided to leave after her overnight date in St. Lucia, scolding Juan Pablo for saying she made it to this stage by “default.” Watch their confrontation below: READ FULL STORY
ABC Family announced summer premiere dates for its batch of new series plus returning hits Pretty Little Liars, Switched at Birth, and The Fosters.
New drama Chasing Life will premiere after Pretty Little Liars on Tuesday, June 10, at 9 p.m. ET, while the net’s returning series Switched at Birth and The Fosters will air Monday, June 16, at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., respectively. New half-hour comedies Young & Hungry (executive produced by Ashley Tisdale) and Mystery Girls (starring and executive produced by Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling in a quasi-90210 reunion) will debut back-to-back Wednesday, June 25 starting at 8 p.m.
Below are descriptions of the new series: READ FULL STORY
Comcast today announced that it has signed an agreement with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment to sell the studio’s titles through the Xfinity On Demand digital store. In the coming weeks, Xfinity TV customers will be able to purchase Sony Pictures movies and TV shows to own and access anytime on any device, kicking off with American Hustle, timed to the film’s DVD release. Additional Sony Pictures movie and TV titles that will be available for purchase in the coming weeks include Breaking Bad, as well as popular movies such as Captain Phillips, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, The Amazing Spider-Man and 21 Jump Street.
“Sony Pictures is pleased that this agreement brings significant titles to Comcast customers,” said Man Jit Singh, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment president, in a release. “We deeply value our relationship with Comcast and look forward to working closely with them to meet the needs of all audiences.”
Most excitingly for TV fans, the Comcast/Sony deal will allow Comcast subscribers to purchase episodes of Netflix shows, even if they don’t have a Netflix subscription. At $1.99 an episode, it’s not exactly a steal compared to a monthly Netflix subscription, but it’s another option for fans who want to keep up with Frank Underwood’s exploits on House of Cards.
The last time Orphan Black fans saw their precious clones, Sarah Manning was being introduced to the idea that she was a part of a copyrighted human cloning trial. They all were. And as we’ve seen in a teaser trailer for the show’s second season, Sarah doesn’t take too well to the idea, nor does she seem to enjoy the company of the newest clone, Rachel Duncan, a.k.a. “Proclone.”
But what does the show’s sophomore season have in store for us? Well, we know that Suits star Patrick J. Adams will make an appearance, as well as a few other tidbits we learned from show creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson, including more on Cosima’s illness and Neolution.
And thanks to the first full trailer below, we now know that this is only the beginning. With the introduction of new characters, at least one clone in the morgue, and a Proclone who “wants everything,” there’s no more time for games, or so says Paul.
Watch the new trailer for season 2 below: READ FULL STORY
Lindsay is no Lance.
The series premiere of Lindsay Lohan’s reality show on OWN delivered only 693,000 viewers Sunday night.
Though that’s higher than the network’s average in the slot, the debut of Lindsay is down from Lohan’s post-rehab interview on Oprah’s Next Chapter last fall, which averaged 892,000 viewers. And both were down hugely from Oprah Winfrey’s previous high-profile celebrity interviews. For instance, OWN’s Lance Armstrong interview delivered 3.2 million viewers last year and its interview with surviving members of Whitney Houston’s family drew 3.5 million viewers two years ago. Critics called the show surprisingly tame. Guess TV viewers are just not all that interested in Li-Lo drama anymore?
From Family Jewels to inside the yellow tape: Gene Simmons will play himself on Wednesday’s episode of CSI.
The episode on CBS will involve a rock-and-roll-themed murder mystery. Simmons is questioned while holding a pair of tiny not-so-whiteys.
Here’s a peek: READ FULL STORY
Tuesday night marks NBC sitcom Growing Up Fisher‘s third episode, and we have a first look at what the quirky family is up to this week.
In the clip, Joyce is overjoyed when a supermarket employee asks her out. She says no (“Ouch. Lost to a Lean Cuisine,” the employee replies) — until her daughter (played by Ava Deluca-Verley) shows up, causing her to question her decision. Watch the clip below: READ FULL STORY
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