The latest reality dating show, 3, premieres tonight on CBS at 10/9c, but it's not your average, "find a man, get the ring" staged series. We chatted with host Alex Miranda (who happens to be a dear, close friend!) to get the full scoop on what sets this particular show apart from The Bachelorette and Miss Advised, and why he believes the search for love isn't that hard ... as long as you have the right approach.
Are your children lost in cyber space? Do they prefer the company of video games and television to the family? Are their only friends on Facebook? Can they day dream and use their imagination to create wonderful games or activities on their own? Do they need someone or something to tell them how to have fun? If so, they need to develop their amazing imagination and think of new ways to solve problems, create possibilities and think their own thoughts. Here are three great ways to plug in imagination
When I first saw the trailer for Bravo's new docu-series, "Miss Advised," a reality show about three single love and dating experts, I wondered: How can these beautiful, successful women still be single?
When I watched the trailer for Mindy Kaling's new show that will come to Fox soon (not soon enough!), I was beaming! I have absolutely adored Mindy since season one of The Office as the wonderful and hilarious Kelly Kapur.
Jennifer Love Hewitt has gotten a lot more saucy since she took on the role of a call girl in "The Client List." The actress appeared on "Conan" last night...
Reviewer Allen Barra loves the HBO movie about Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn's short, stormy relationship, which premiered Monday at 9 p.m.
This season of The Bachelorette has taken a couple episodes to really get going, but I gotta admit, tonight I felt that old familiar feeling of being completely sucked into the show whether I wanna be or not. I mean, I was already a huge Emily Maynard fan before she handed out her very first rose, but after tonight's episode? Yeah -- I'm really lovin' this gal.
If last night's season premiere of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" taught us anything it's that the more things change the more they stay the same. Season four picked up exactly where season three ended: With Caroline Manzo, Melissa Gorga, Kathy Wakile and pretty much everybody else hating on Teresa Giudice.
A quiz to determine if you are more like Hannah Horvath from 'Girls' or Carrie Bradshaw from 'Sex and the City.'
Comcast and Colorado Springs News Channel KRDO have some explaining to do after a Thursday morning glitch bradcast hardcore pornography to its customers in lieu of the usual 'Good Morning America.'
Ben Flajnik is clearly not using his head (at least not the one that houses the brain). Had he been, he might have made a different choice a long time ago. Flajnik chose Courtney, the model everyone loved to hate. She is gorgeous, sexy, wild, and strange. And clearly she loves him. But why? We may never know the answer.
Monday night on The Bachelor, Kacie B. followed Bachelor Ben Flajnik to Switzerland in order to do two things. The first thing she wanted to do was "warn" Ben about the evil Courtney, but the second thing she wanted to do was find out why Ben dumped her. Yeah, she made one giant, huge, unbelievably humiliating mistake.
The past few days have been excruciatingly hard on the millions of fans worldwide coping with Whitney Houston's passing on the eve of the 54th Grammy Awards, her favorite event. Music's biggest stars paid a special and beautiful tribute to the late Houston on Sunday night, and now we're learning that tonight's episode of Glee will also pay tribute to the singer.
Seriously, ABC, this season's girls of The Bachelor are by far the worst crop ever in the history of the show. That said, these girls bring good ratings because they are completely mad and make great television. All that said, last night's drama all revolved around one woman in particular. It was all about Shawntel.