You know what ruins a romantic Valentine's Day? A brutal rash. Worse, a brutal rash on your mouth and private parts. Yeah, this happened. In the finale of "Sex Sent Me to the ER" (airing Sat. Jan. 18 at 10:00 p.m.), a man discovers his sexy time with his girlfriend is a lot less fun when he breaks out into a vicious, itching, burning rash. Isn't that romantic? No?
A wicked rash ruins the romance
Paul Lee says we'll 'really enjoy what happens' with The Clairvoyant
While President of ABC Entertainment Group Paul Lee made lots of promises during his address to journalists at press tour, the most significant to graphic novel and "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." fans stood out. Lady Sif (played by Jaimie Alexander in the "Thor" films) will be popping up on episode 15. "She's absolutely integral to this season... we're shooting it now, and Jaimie Alexander is great," Lee said. "[She adds] a really cool arc to this season." But that's not all.
The shots might be too tasty for one nosy neighbor
Guess what? With age doesn't always come wisdom. In this exclusive clip from the season premiere of "Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor" (airing Thurs. Jan. 16 at 10:00 p.m. on TLC -- right after "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo"), party prep for a 4th of July shindig is temporarily derailed by a neighbor who thinks the gelatin shots taste great -- and, despite warnings to go easy on them, gets hammered.
Showtime's Nevins declares last season 'pretty brilliant'
Though fans of "Homeland" took to the Internet to complain about the most recent season, Showtime President of Entertainment David Nevins put an upbeat spin on season three. "This is an instantaneous review culture," he said, hinting at fan response, before adding that the series hit the 7 million viewer mark for the network. "Our newest shows are also our highest rated shows."
It's a gory episode, but is there some hope, too?
Sometimes I'm just not sure what to make of "American Horror Story: Coven." Last week, it was a kill-a-ganza with soothing music provided by Stevie Nicks, and this week it's an episode that's just as bloody and possibly even more frantic (I blame the lack of a rock icon).
Vladimir is a sucker for blood suckers
In tonight's episode of "My Strange Addiction" (Wed. Jan. 15 at 10:00 p.m. on TLC), we meet some pretty colorful characters. The highlight? Keyshia, the chick who likes to chew on dirty diapers. Yeah, that's a thing. But in this exclusive clip, you'll meet someone equally odd -- Vladimir, a guy who likes the vampire-high leeches give him. He'll slap on up to 12 leaches at a time. Yup.
The online series may or may not air before the movie
If you loved the late, great "Veronica Mars" (which went off the air in 2007), it might be time to rejoice. During press tour, the CW revealed that the beloved Kristen Bell-vehicle is getting a spin-off -- online.
Lisa Whelchel reveals she blew through her TV money quickly
Remember rich kid Blair Warner on the '80s sitcom "The Facts of Life"? In real life, Lisa Whelchel was far removed from her snobby character -- in fact, shortly after the series ended, she had blown through all of her TV earnings. Whereas Blair probably would have been devastated at the thought of living with less, the mother of three (and, more recently, one time "Survivor" contestant) tells "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" that losing it all was the best thing that could have happened to her. Well, as long as she's happy!
Tassler says there won't be changes to the casting process
Poor Aaryn Gries. While every "Big Brother" contestant hopes to grab more than fifteen minutes of fame, Gries lives on as the big embarrassment of the series. Thanks to Gries' bigoted comments last summer, President of CBS Entertainment Nina Tassler found herself peppered with questions about the former contestant (and, to a lesser extent, her equally tactless cast mates Spencer Clawson and GinaMarie Zimmerman). "I was mortified by the comments Erin made," Tassler said. "It was this extraordinary confluence of events [with the death of Trayvon Martin] that were dominating the air waves."
Halle Berry tackles sci-fi in new series
For those of you who couldn't get enough of the Steven King-spawned "Under the Dome" last summer, good news. During press tour, President of CBS Entertainment Nina Tassler announced that the show will be coming back for its second season on Mon. June 30. "It became the biggest scripted summer series in 21 years," Tassler said.