When we say that the preview for next week's episode of Game of Thrones looks better than the premiere, we literally mean the preview itself, not the upcoming episode. That's how much of a boring let-down the premiere was!
Yeah yeah, we know! It might have broken records, and it might be setting up tone and all that jazz, but the writers have a TON of shizz to pull from, and their hands weren't tied making the first episode as sleepy as it was! We mean, SPOILERS, there was only one pair of boobs, no man-junk (except a severed nipple), and the only person offed was
Yaaay, Revenge is back and all is right with the world!
Well, scratch the second part of that sentence, but at least we have our beloved twist-filled, thrilling tale back in our lives, and can once again accompany Emily Thorne on her rage-fueled Revengeadventure!
And even though last night's season premiere was slightly lackluster compared to season one's drama-stuffed episodes, we did learn that (SPOILER ALERT!) Victoria is NOT dead, and that she's now got a mighty big thirst for a revenge cocktail of her own!
Ch-ch-check out a preview for next week's Revenge episode titled Resurrection (above)!
Watch out Emily! Don't resort to your enemy's tricks or you may end up becoming just like them!
We pointe our toes with uber-enthusiam, as we are officially besotted by Amy Sherman-Palladino's ballet-based Bunheads!
Monday night's pilot of ABC family's new quick-wit dramedy was explosive, touching, FUNNY, and darlingly different than its network sister-shows.
So what will become of displaced Vegas showgirl Michelle (Sutton Foster) now that her stalker-husband has snuffed it?! Will she find her groove as dance-instructer under straight-laced mother-in-law Fanny (Kelly Bishop)?
Dance your fingers over the play button and get a taste of next week's episode (above)!
On Monday, the funnyman took time during his opening monologue for his hit late night show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, to address the "crazy" mix-up that went down at the Oscars. As you surely know, there was a HUGE onstage blunder when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly called out La La Landas the Best Picture winner -- when in reality the film Moonlight was the victor.