Discovery Fit & Health has a new TV series with an Aussie flair -- "Sydney ER," a reality show that debuts tonight (Fri. March 7 at 9:00 p.m. ET) with a double episode premiere. In the first episode, a 19-year-old hip hop star is stabbed in the heart outside of a night club. In the second? A guy is doused with acid. In the face. Don't watch this clip before eating. FYI, this is not a re-enactment.
A lab technician is in intense pain when acid is thrown in his face
This teaser is all kinds of creepy
There's one way Katherine can save Nadia, but will she?
This episode was loaded with big moments -- tearful goodbyes, weepy flashbacks, rollercoaster plot twists, and more than one character was sent packing. In truth, the body count was pretty damn high. Given we had so much to digest, I'm not sure I felt the feels I was expecting. Too often I felt as if I was cued by the music to register, "NOW FEEL SOME EPIC SAD, DAMMIT," before the plot whirled on to other matters.
It's not forever, but to give Cristina a proper send-off
'Oprah Prime' reflects on death of Philip Seymour Hoffman
If anyone is going to solve the drug problem in the United States, Oprah Winfrey is the best candidate we have for the job. This week on "Oprah Prime" (Sun. March 9 at 9:00 p.m.), Winfrey sits down for a one-on-one conversation with Russell Brand to talk about addiction. In this exclusive clip, Brand talks about what he sees as a first step toward solving the problem -- and it might not be what you expect.
It's their first go at it, if you don't count 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians'
According to Deadline, E! has picked up its very first scripted series (well, if you don't count any of the Kardashian-centric shows). "The Royals" is a one-hour drama about a fictional bunch of British royals set in modern-day London. The show is supposed to be framed by the story of "Hamlet" and capture the "regal opulense" of the British monarchy.
The actress doesn't seem to be back on track
If Oprah Winfrey has to sit you ass down to tell you to "cut the bullshit" (her words, not mine), you may want to listen. Of course, you may have wanted to take that advice before you agreed to be the focus of a reality TV show (in this case, more fittingly called a docudrama) for her network. But Lindsay Lohan apparently didn't get the memo, because this Sunday we get "Lindsay" (Sun. March 9 at 10:00 p.m. on OWN).
How do you feel knowing about the bad news to come?
Watching last night's one-hour season premiere of "The Little Couple" should have been pure joy. Jen Arnold and Bill Klein have finally "completed their family" with the adoption of tiny Zoey from Mumbai, India. Despite worries about how their other son, Will, would accept a newcomer, he seemed to love her right off the bat. Yes, Zoey seemed a little clingy and doesn't have Will's easy, effervescent personality, but Jen seemed delighted that she finally had a baby who was small enough for her to cradle in her arms.
Does this change the way you feel about them?
Well, it finally happened. After reports that Teresa and Joe Giudice could face years (if not decades) of jail time for concealing income and lying during bankruptcy proceedings, the couple we love to hate on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" has pleaded guilty to an assortment of the bad deeds with which they've been charged (but far fewer than the 40 counts originally laid down). The couple will be sentenced July 8.
An outsider doesn't understand the impact of a boy-girl buggy ride
We all know the old saw about how we should keep friends close and enemies closer. In this week's episode of "Amish Mafia (Tues. March 4 at 9:00 p.m. ET on Discovery), we get an addendum: keep your frenemies' girlfriends even closer. In this exclusive clip, Merlin discusses how he plans to get cozy with Wayne's secret girlfriend.