The hangover could be settling in earlier than expected for ABC's Mixology, the show about what happens to 10 singles over the course of a single night out in New York City.
Catherine decided to cut bangs! Their vows said 'till death do us part, but did Sean sign on for BANGS?
On Monday and Tuesday night, NBC served up a portion of The Bachelor that was longer than The Wolf of Wall Street but had fewer drug scenes, though I'...
The separation that no one thought would actually happen but is somehow still a thing is at the heart of Parenthood's post-Olympics return.
While it's far too early to know who ends up with whom and who inevitably goes home alone, it's always fun to speculate, isn't it? So that's exactly what we'll do. With 1 being "A snowball's chance in hell" and 10 being "They're probably in a bathroom stall right now," we'll take a weekly look at our singles' odds of getting lucky.
The cocktail party is boring and awkward, but it's about to get more awkward because it's rose ceremony time!
Monday night Johnny Pabs and his harem of eight ladies relocated from Full Metal Jacket (Vietnam) to Lord of the Rings (New Zealand). This week's episode saw a group date, two one on one dates, and two ladies sent home in tears.
Tonight's SVU did something only this show can: It entertained and riveted, while teaching about a horrifying American problem. In this gut-wrenching ...
If Shakespeare wrote about sex crimes in New York... the result probably wouldn't look like this week's SVU episode. Nevertheless, "Betrayal's Climax" was a powerful episode, illuminating the tragic consequences of modern gang violence, misogyny and misguided codes of honor.
At long last, we finally discover the next Supreme. It's not a mind-blowing thing, but of all the scenarios it's the safest (and most satisfying) one.
So who is hopping on the shuttle bus that is running while the MTA is doing track work on the L train, but they are going to get dropped off at the intersection of See Ya Street and Embarrassment Avenue?
"How Your Mother Met Me" was one of the strongest, most beautiful episodes of "How I Met Your Mother." I would go as far as to say that it was the best episode in years. Whatever doubts fans had about Cristin Milioti can be cast aside after watching her performance, one show creator Craig Thomas thought could win her a guest Emmy. I don't disagree.
Olivia's drinking! Amanda's gambling! Nick's possibly stalking his wife! The SVU is in serious trouble when Finn is the most functional detective in the squad.
On Monday night, Chelsie and Johnny Pabs hit us over the head with a dating metaphor by jumping off a bridge while tied together, Sharleen gave us the...
'll try to refrain from emphasizing my annoyance that all the witches are finally showing their powers and being badass -- when we only have one episode of "American Horror Story: Coven" left. Because you know what? This episode wasn't that bad, compared to the motley jambalaya that most of the other episodes have been.
After last week's controversial episode, where half of the cast dressed in yellow face, I had low, low hopes for "Unpause." But, the episode based around Barney getting "truth serum drunk" was surprisingly delightful, filled with old school "How I Met Your Mother" lore.