American Horror Story: Freak Show just wrapped up. Now we have to wait until the fall for the fifth season. Ugh! And if you're like me, you'll be waiting with bated breath.
TV for Lovers
After 19 seasons 'The Bachelor' is like a well-oiled machine. Here are 16 things that happen on every single episode of 'The Bachelor.'
During its eight seasons, Full House introduced us to the magic that is John Stamos (and his hair), we saw the Olsen twins grow up before our very eyes, and Kimmy Gibbler taught us about being a true BFF. But what don't you know about your favorite family show?
I miss watching Sex And The City characters Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte navigate the New York dating pool, especially now that I am living here. There are so many advances with dating that the show never covered before it ended, like texting and online dating. It would be great to see Carrie Bradshaw on a Tinder date.
There's no new episode of The Mindy Project this week, because FOX likes to torture us and make us wait and on top of that we never know when the last time we will see Peter is. It's a double-edged sword really, because we want more episodes but we also want more Adam Pally. At least we can pretend he's not leaving us.
Monday night is Bachelor night and nothing will come between us. Even though bachelor Chris Soules is pretty boring, it's still the best show on TV. Here are 20 thoughts every person has while watching 'The Bachelor.'
Happy birthday to someone literally everyone in the world loves, Betty White! Everyone's favorite television icon is celebrating her 93rd birthday today. From The Mary Tyler Moore Show to The Golden Girls to Hot In Cleveland to Off Their Rockers, Betty White has captured the hearts of four generations, and with good reason: She can play promiscuous (she was almost cast as Blanche Devereaux!), do the "dumb blonde" thing ("Back in St.
It's just two weeks until The Blacklist comes back on Feb. 1. While many people are anxiously awaiting the Super Bowl, you are crazy obsessed with the return of James Spader and Elizabeth Keen. Who could blame you though? There are criminals, blacklists, secret task forces and basically all the other ingredients you need to make the world's most perfect show. Before the return, lets see an update of where we left off. Warning: There are spoilers ahead. Don't get mad at me when you continue.
These days, dorky is in. Everyone loves to love dorks. When I was a kid, being weird and awkward was awful and people hated you more than you deserved. Now, it's hip and cool and people find you more interesting than you really deserve. (Life is a weird carnival ride sometimes.) Probably the most famous face of the awkward movement is Zooey Deschanel. She's always been kind of a quirky actor and played weird roles, but it wasn't until she got her own TV show that she really let her awkward flag fly.
You can hear the theme song in your head, Ron Swanson's voice makes you feel calm and you don't even need to be watching the TV to know exactly what is happening. These are a few signs that you have an addiction to Leslie Knope, the parks department and everything else that goes along with Pawnee, Indiana. The farewell season of Parks and Recreation is here and you probably can't even handle the idea of saying goodbye to Andy, April, Donna and everyone else.