It only makes sense that a guy who sings about finding great stuff in thrift shops, Grammy winner Macklemore, would be a guest judge on "Project Runway: Under the Gunn." On this week's episode (Thurs. March 13 at 9:00 p.m. on Lifetime), the rap sensation has some thoughts on what works and what doesn't. Trust the man who can pull off a second-hand fur, people!
If you're not a fan of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" (Thurs. at 9:00 p.m. ET on TLC) and loathe the Kardashians, tonight's episode of the show might not be right for you. It's Halloween, and the gang is all dressed up as a family you might recognize -- even if none of the neighbors do.
The second season of "Orphan Black" (premiering on BBC America, Sat. April 19 at 9:00 p.m.) is just around the corner, and the network is taunting us with a photo and, yes, episode synopses. Spoiler alert -- I've included the synopses at the bottom of the page, and if you don't want to know anything about the new faces joining the show, be careful not to stare too long at the attached picture or read the descriptions. I've tried to post WARNING everywhere I can, but, again, use caution. Just in case you've forgotten anything from season one, though, there's a helpful synopsis below. You will be more than ready for season two!
"Chrisley Knows Best" (Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. ET on USA) hit the free press/controversy motherlode before the first episode had even aired, as the self-proclaimed "metrosexual" patriarch of the Chrisley family, Todd, set off gaydars across the country.
Mark Wahlberg has yet another entry in the reality TV game, and this one isn't (at least exclusively) about hamburgers. “Breaking Boston” follows a group of four blue-collar women in their twenties trying to break the cycle of their peers in a town where education, employment and opportunities are hard to come by.
Each one of them has already hit rock bottom via destructive relationships or bad choices, but is looking for a way out. Before the show premieres Thurs., March 13 at 10:00 p.m. on A&E, watch this exclusive clip that features Noelle. She may not have her life together, but she has one guy groveling at her feet. That's got to count for something! Or not.
If you thought the relationship between little couple Matt and Amy Roloff seemed a little more biting than loving on "Little People Big World," you were onto something. The pair have separated, and TLC is premiering a new one-hour special of the show on March 25 at 9:00 p.m. to address their trial separation. Because what point would there be to breaking up without having cameras there to record the pain, right? Watch a clip from the episode below.
So, have you missed "The Real Housewives of New York"? I think it was just long enough between seasons for me to shake the crazy squawk of Ramona's voice out of my brain, which makes hearing her again all the more painful. When we eventually get Ramona and Sonja together in a room, as we inevitably do, I have to resist the urge to either mute the television or claw desperately at my ears until I have nothing but bloody, senseless stumps on the side of my face. Luckily, I found the remote.
April may bring spring showers, but it also brings season finales. NBC has released its season finale slate. Set your DVRs for the season wraps for "Parenthood," "The Blacklist," "Revolution," "Grimm" and more.
So, Bravo must have thought they'd have yet another humdinger of a season finale this year. The setting was perfect (the pool by the Beverly Hilton, which is a lot smaller than it looked on the show). The ladies were all in attendance, most of them with a grudge and tears at the ready. The problem was that everyone's anger was aimed at Lisa (and to a lesser extent her husband Ken) Vanderpump. Guess what? Yeah, didn't work out quite as planned.
As befits one of the crappiest installments in the 18-season run of "The Bachelor," we got a finale which was amazingly unromantic, endlessly frustrating and chock full of moments that made most of us want to throw something at Juan Pablo. When our host Chris Harrison actually comes right out and says there's going to be a run on televisions next week because so many viewers probably threw stuff at theirs because of this show, you know it's not just you. No, Juan Pablo may make his mark as being the most unappealing Bachelor ever, and if you didn't feel that way before the finale, you probably did afterward.