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Now that we're past the extended first week and the Fourth of July falling in week 2, Big Brother 16 is back to a regular schedule. That means the Power of Veto competition akes place Saturday afternoon, and with the plan to backdoor Devin, here's only one thing that can mess it up. Well, maybe a few things.SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 16 spoilers.
San Diego Comic-Con 2014 is sure to be the highlight of the year for everyone who's attending. So to help you plan your schedule, check out all the television-related panels and event information for Saturday, July 26.
What should be an easy week on Big Brother 16 is turning into a complex web of lies, deals, manipulations and reachery. The Bomb Squad being exposed has blown everyone's games up, adding plenty of drama.SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 16 spoilers.
AMC answered a few highly anticipated questions about the Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour today. The series stars Bob Odenkirk as the titular character, Saul Goodman, who originally appeared as Walter White's lawyer on Breaking Bad.
Everyone's eagerly anticipating San Diego Comic-Con 2014. So to help you plan for the big event, here are all the television-related panels and event information for Friday, July 25.
Still in shock over the dramatic 100th episode of Pretty Little Liars? We certainly can't blame you. Thankfully there's more Liars on the way, and hopefully some of our most burning questions will be answered.
Most television shows have that requisite randy player who's just a little more fixated on sex than anything or anyone else. Some shows, like True Blood, have raised the bar when it comes to steamy love scenes, but characters who exude sensuality and pride themselves on societal perceived promiscuity have been around forever. Here are some of TV's all-time sex-crazed characters.
For the first two weeks of Big Brother 16, he two HoHs were on the same page. They were all members of the Bomb Squad and, despite the eight-person alliance blowing up, nominations were relatively simple. Now there's actual conflictShow More Summary
We're counting down the days until the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con. To help you plan for the convention, take a look at all of the television-related panels and event information for Thursday, July 24. (There will be pilot screenings the previous night, on Wednesday, July 23, and you can find out all the details here.)
TV Guide Magazine has partnered once again with Warner Bros. Television to feature four special double-sided flip issues. The covers include: Arrow?s Stephen Amell; The Flash's Grant Gustin; The Following's Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy;...Show More Summary
With Joe and Teresa Giudice's very public legal problems, the return of Dina Manzo and the addition of new housewives, crazy doesn't even begin to describe the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Fans can expect rivalry...Show More Summary
Team America is in effect. On the Big Brother 16 live feeds late Thursday night, Derrick, Frankie and Donny were given their first mission, and it's not going to be easy.SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 16 spoilers...
Oh my gosh, you guys. The moment is finally here. It's the Ellen episode of Last Comic Standing, and they've been promoting this episode for what feels like 5 months. When we last left our comics, they were recuperating from their first challenge -- sketch comedy. Show More Summary
Summer's here and Hell's Kitchen is hot. Not as hot as in the past, as the five remaining chefs rarely lose their cool. Joy and Jason are the most vocal of the ones remaining while Melanie and Rochelle seem to be focused on the win. Scott -- well, he's in la-la land some of the time when not messing up.
Are you ready for a crazy night of Big Brother 16? It's only the second live eviction of the season, but this week has been filled with drama. Wednesday's episode ended on a cliffhanger as the show promised that "all hell breaks loose" after the PoV ceremony. If you've been watching the live feeds (or read my recaps of Monday and Tuesday), you know how true that is.
Since the writers of 'True Blood' have absolutely no problem with killing off major characters in this last season, I thought it would be fun (and potentially sad) to predict which characters are the least or most likely to face their true death.
"Revelation" -- As conditions in Chester's Mill worsen, Big Jim and Rebecca consider resorting to the extreme measure of population control, which drives a wedge between Barbie and Julia. Meanwhile, clues to Melanie's past and her connection to the Dome are revealed, on Under the Dome, Monday, July 21 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS.
FOX has announced fall 2014 premiere dates for its new and returning shows. The vast majority, as always, debut in September, with a few shows premiering in October and even one in November. New reality competition show Utopia will kick...Show More Summary
Big Brother 16 will be keep track of the houseguests like never before starting onight. CBS announced that the show will add new Fitbit Flex wireless activity trackers to monitor the HGs even more.
Glee's final curtain call will be shorter than expected. The FOX musical dramedy, which was originally picked up for two full-length seasons to wrap its run, has received a slimmed-down order for its sixth and final season.