News of a possible prequel to Sons of Anarchy has just surfaced, and needless to say, SOA fans are beyond stoked. Each week, tensions (and hormones) rise as Jax Teller, played by the gorgeous Charlie Hunnam, tries to set his motorcycle club straight, despite outside forces getting in the way. Now with the possibility of more SOA goodness, we can only wonder how this primetime drama has only been nominated for one Emmy?! Check out the 17 signs that you're obsessed with the best show on FX:
Alice and Timmy seem to have the perfect life BUT their TV habits and tastes are not in alignment. And it's tearing their relationship apart. Watch as these two lovable 1950s characters manage their DVR space, taste in programs and SPOILER alerts. Maybe TiVo can keep Alice and Timmy from getting a one-way ticket to Splitsville.
Oxygen's hot new reality series 'Preachers of L.A.' follows the lives (and relationships) of six high-profile pastors from Los Angeles. We caught up with three of the women from the show to talk what makes a fulfilling relationship. For more, be sure to join us tonight (Tuesday, Oct. 16) at 10pm EST for our live Twitterview with one of the wives, Dominque Haddon!
I've never had an "ideal boyfriend list." On one particular night of consumption and reflection, however, I came up with a list of men who, if combined, might create the perfect man. They aren't human men, though, and I'm not sure they're all even really male, but they possess traits that rock my world regardless of gender. If given the chance, I'd totally date them, for a while at least. I'd also have to break up with them eventually because dating made up dudes who only exist on TV would make me a legit psycho.
HGTV answered our prayers when they gave us double the hotness on Property Brothers. Twins Jonathan, the contractor, and Drew Scott, the real estate expert, sprinkle their weekly magic on homeowners in need, and now they're back at work with their new show Brother Vs. Brother.
Now this is the story all about how/Our lives got flipped, turned upside down. And I'd like to take a minute just sit right there/I'll tell you what we learned about love from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air!
Before we ever had our first boyfriends, we dreamed of a passionate life-long romance with Cory Matthews, Zack Morris and/or Randy Taylor. They were all so cute, so charming, and knew exactly how to treat a lady. Unfortunately, they had already found their soul mates in TV land, and we were stuck in the real world.
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.