Here are 23 symptoms to identify your addiction to 'Once Upon a Time'!
Okay, so maybe Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer first aired before you were born, let alone your kids, but that awkward claymation is still pretty charming. Or maybe you're a Dickens fan? The Muppets Christmas Carol is a retelling of the classic story about an old man re-evaluating his priorities in the holiday season.
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.
This Sunday, the sitcom series returns on Netflix. Here are some of the most awkward moments between couples (and cousins) on the show as told in GIFs!
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.
From the very first episode, the HBO show's take on adult content was clear. Sex was there to stay, no matter who's having it, where they're having it, or how aesthetically pleasing the audience found it (often, not very). But for every creepy incestuous sex scene, there's a seriously hot one.
Call it the bulge seen 'round the world, Jon, Jr., or the only body part more distracting than Christina Hendricks' decolletage on the set of 'Mad Men'. No matter what you call Jon Hamm's now-famously impressive penis, it's causing a stir in Hollywood.
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?
If the finale is anything like the rest of the episodes that aired this season, it’s sure to rouse a few laughs, gasps, and even tears. So arm yourself with tissues and these five teasers about Sunday’s Christmas Special, “A Journey to the Highlands.”
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.
This week, I encouraged amy clients to tune into Downton Abbey — and not for the fabulous clothing, the witty dialogue or the historical intrigue. Couples — married, engaged, or in committed relationships — can learn a great deal from the way that two of the key protagonists, Mary and Matthew Crawley, have fiercely disagreed over money.
Some of them may have ended on awkward terms, but we know that these gleeful couples will make it through. And even if they dont, we know it will be entertaining!
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.
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: