Last night I was watching “Justified,” the TV series with star Timothy Olyphant. Most likely the advertising agency for this program thinks the audience is 99% male and in researching on Mediawiki, I discovered I was right. From Mediawiki: “FX’s covets men in the 18-49 age range as their target audience. Their promotional techniques and the subject matter in their shows appeal directly to this demographic. FX features a late-night programming block called Fully Baked. It runs Louie, Archer, and other original comedy series.
Join us as we take our time machine back to when Amanda Bynes was wholesome and adorable.
I can’t stop thinking about this last episode of GIRLS, the Season 2 finale in which everyone ends up happy. Adam rescues Hannah. Charlie takes back a crazy Marnie. Shoshana finds a new hot blonde to enjoy. And, of course, Jessa is off “living it up, wearing a crop top.” It reminds me of how I felt when I first listened to One Direction music with my little cousin. I can’t stop thinking, is this the message we want to send?
Our favorite glasses wearing, junk food loving, nerd-chic heroine has officially taken her bow. And after seven years of laughs, what better way to pay tribute to the comic 30 Rock series than to take a trip down Liz Lemon’s romantic memory lane. The show paved the way for some new funny girl’s like Zooey Dechanel’s quirky Jess and Mindy Kalling’s adorably disheveled Mindy. So in Tina Fey’s immortal words, “Ain’t no party like a Liz Lemon party cause a Liz Lemon party is mandatory.”
As a devoted Sex and the City fan, it was obvious within the first two minutes that the musical blast from the past (including Joy Division posters, Modern English, Cindy Lauper, and even Kim Carnes) would be the only remotely enjoyable aspect of the show's new prequel, The Carrie Diaries.
Newsflash: TV doesn't depict reality and we're all disappointed. I bring up the issue because I think that there *is* an accurate depiction of marriage on TV—it's just disguised behind the blood, gore, murder and fictitious science of crime procedurals.
Fall is my favorite season. And not just because pumpkin spice lattes are returning or because temperatures are dipping, but because it's that time of year when all of my favorite TV shows (and some new shows) are gracing my television.
Every Wednesday, we will be sitting down with a reality star to talk love, relationships, and their experiences on reality TV. This week, we're talking to Marie Roda, a member of the current Real World and the upcoming Challenge: Battle of the Seasons 2.
Are you missing some Katie Couric in your life? Well, you won't be for much longer. The former face of 'Today' with Matt Lauer, and more recently, the first solo female anchor of the 'CBS Evening News' has a new daytime talk show simply entitled 'Katie,' premiering on ABC on September 10.
This fall, we can't wait to glue ourselves to the tube and watch the romances blossom between these five couples on our favorite series. In fact, they should probably take their romances off-screen, too. The chemistry is just too good!
We seem to know a lot about Vergara. We already knew she had killer curves, a sexy accent, and a great sense of humor. Now we also know how much bank she makes, since Forbes magazine named the Columbian actress the Highest Paid Actress on Television!
The Emmy nominations for 2012 were a little less predictable than they've been in the past, with some perennial nominees getting bumped out in favor of new blood. Which means that the list of snubs and surprise nominations is a little longer than usual. So let's get to it:
In last night’s Miss Advised episode titled "What's Your Type?" the three of you were finally starting to learn more about yourselves when it comes to the relationships you acquire and maintain. However, as viewers who were rooting for you, we think that it would be an understatement to say that you've all been deeply "misadvised" when it comes to your own love lives! As a love and relationship site dedicated to living your best love life, we have taken it upon ourselves to share some of our wisdom based on what the show has depicted so far.
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...