"Bachelorette" Emily Maynard and her daughter are ready to find love. Some bachelors, sadly, spared no expense to make their memorable first impression something that none of us will ever (as hard as we try) forget.
From the gripping opening to the ominous final moments, the finale was exactly what Once Upon a Time was always meant to be: a fairytale come true. We had a courageous heroine, valiant quests, and true love's kiss.
Aside from Victoria's cluelessness, Nolan awkward flirting and Jack's hilariously bad hair, this week's episode of Revenge didn't offer anything new. It was all fluff and filler.
ABC and Univision teaming up to create an English language cable channel aimed at Latinos is a brilliant idea. They just need to be careful -- very careful.
While Geppetto had no way of knowing what his selfishness would cost at the time, he inadvertently made so many lives so much worse ... Recent episodes of "Once" have that loving parents should never be separated from their children.
They say that revenge is a dish best served cold, but this week's episode of "Revenge" was just pure icy. Plus, Emily comes to a shocking realization that changes everything.
Lucci is a genuine ABC Daytime icon and one of the most popular women working in television. A guest stint by her on GH could be one of the biggest daytime events of the year.
I was expecting to love tonight's "Once Upon a Time" a little more than I actually did. I can't really put my finger on why, except to say that it felt a little like it was missing its heart somehow. (How apt.)
What shows are you hoping to get renewed? Or better yet, which ones do you hope bite the dust?
Let's just say that after tonight's "Revenge," Victoria Grayson won't be getting a mother of the year award anytime soon.
There are a whole lot of men in the Revenge version of the Hamptons, but they consistently play second fiddle to the women, who really hold all of the cards.
I don't remember watching The Earth Day Special when it was first broadcast by ABC in April 1990. Perhaps if I had watched it 22 years ago, I would have avoided falling for the right's denialist trap.
"Cougar Town" maintains its winning streak with another solid episode. I just beg all of you to tell your friends to change their mind about the show. Forget the title! It's fun! It's friends! It's wine!
Some of the comedy's most reliable humor comedy comes from this presumably fictional version of the Beek, who is a pompous, amusingly self-absorbed jackass.
Was it a PR move after their new drama The Playboy Club became the first show axed this season? Or was it because NBC had essentially put its reputation on the line for Whitney and refused to accept anything less than praise?
As Fox appears ready to take steps back towards the kind of dark, interesting material that they excel at, a la "24," this could prove to be an interesting year for the network.