There are a lot of ways this could go smoothly without crapping all over the campy and fun original, as the concept of a family zipping around space can be taken a bunch of different directions. And technically, it was already taken in a different, dumber direction in 1998 for Stephen Hopkins? feature version, which you can watch the trailer for below. Click To Continue Reading
Week 5 of 'The Biggest Loser' is here and with it the first weigh-in with the red line in play for the losing team. Whatever member of the losing team has the lowest percentage of body weight percentage lost automatically goes home,Show More Summary
This week, the Dancing with the Stars moment we've all been waiting for happened: Alfonso Ribeiro finally busted out The Carlton. Elsewhere, two kangaroos got into a fist(?)fight in the middle of an Australian street, and a German woman demonstrated her mind-blowing ability to sing multiple notes at once. Show More Summary
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“…And Found” (originally aired 10/19/2005) Throughout “…And Found,” the third flashback episode for Jin and Sun, Sun is looking for her wedding ring, which she realized was missing while doing laundry with Claire. As she searches, she...Show More Summary
Everything's changing on Arrow this year. Team Arrow has gained a few more members and allies, but Oliver (Stephen Amell) has also lost all his family (and his fortune). But with nothing left to lose, Oliver will finally make a play for Felicity's (Emily Bett Rickards) heart. Show More Summary
"Getting lost for me is actually something different — it's like coming back; when I get lost, I go inside and find myself again" read more
Did you know Carol Burnett and Jimmy Fallon did a three-episode soap opera called "Tensions" in the early '90s? Oh, yeah. They played husband and wife Maxwell and Petra. Watch above -- and shame on you, Jimmy Fallon, for making an 81-year-old woman run around like that. Show More Summary
We’ve heard Bill Murray sing before, from his karaoke in Lost in Translation to his real life karaoke, and now we have the actor taking on Bob Dylan for the film St. Vincent. Specifically the Dylan hit “Shelter from the Storm.” In the...Show More Summary
Move over, Zombies -- it's alien-invasion time. "The Walking Dead" alum Sarah Wayne Callies is set to co-star alongside "Lost" fan favorite Josh Holloway in USA's alien-themed pilot "Colony," reports The Hollywood Reporter. Callies will...Show More Summary
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Watch The Ladies of #LHHATL Experience A Little Shoe Envy
Despite being critically acclaimed and garnering huge ratings throughout its run, ABC?s Lost ended after six seasons on the network. In the time since, its crew has moved on to bigger and bolder projects, but its fans have not forgotten how invested they were in the series. Show More Summary
Roy Harper may have lost his girl, but he's getting a costume and a new name on Arrow Season 3. Colton Haynes spoke with reporters this summer about becoming Arsenal, the costume, whether there's hope for Roy and Thea, Roy's role on Team Arrow and relationship with Felicity, and something tragic that's going to happen.
The war is on. Check out the shocking moments from Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Episode 4, "Lost Little Lambs."
In this week's episode of Sons of Anarchy, "Lost Little Lambs," an old friend of the club returns. A mistake from Jax's past comes back to haunt him. Jarry realizes just how ugly life in Charming can be. Lin strikes back. And Nero's interests become collateral damage. Show More Summary
It's been a long journey this year on Dance Moms to Nationals. Along the way, we have lost Kelly, Brooke and Paige and had new faces show up. The feud with Cathy has been a constant storyline as new moms show Abby who is boss. Who will come out on top at Nationals? This week is the first part of a two-part season finale.
Rasheeda On Her Friendships With Kalenna + Althea
“Orientation” (originally aired 10/05/2005) “You don’t have to take my word for it—watch the film.” The title of this episode is both incredibly apt and highly misleading. It’s apt in the sense that this—more than the two episodes that came before it—focuses on orienting us for the season ahead. Show More Summary