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They teamed up for "All Me" from Drake's album Nothing Was The Same, now Drake and Big Sean have teamed up once again for "Blessings," which is taken from Sean's album Dark Sky Paradise which is due later this year. The post Big Sean feat. Drake – Blessings – Full Song Listen appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
I spend a lot of time in these Portlandia reviews talking about the structure of the show, weighing the execution of its ideas and the ways it experiments with the sketch comedy format. All of those are relevant topics of discussion, but sometimes that discussion gets away from the fact that Portlandia is at heart a ridiculously silly show. Show More Summary
"How to Get Away with Murder" is back and everyone is in the hot seat during the aftermath of Sam's (Tom Verica) "disappearance."Four of the Keating Five -- everyone except for Asher (Matt McGory) are freaking out that the police looking for Sam will inevitably find out that he didn't run away but was a victim of foul play. Show More Summary
"Parenthood." Over. Can't. Breathe. Get. Tissues. As of Thursday (Jan. 29), "Parenthood" has officially come to an end. For six beautiful seasons showrunner Jason Katims and his Braverman clan wedged their way into fans' hearts but, in the end, they had to wave goodbye. Show More Summary
On this episode of The Vampire Diaries, "Prayer for the Dying," Liv and Luke try to convince their father to let Jo and Kai merge. Caroline enlists Jo's help to try and save her mom. Damon and Elena grow closer. It doesn't take long for Caroline to realize that her blood isn't a miracle cure after all. Show More Summary
“Can everyone please just stop dying, just for a minute?” An episode about fallout is almost always going to be interesting: in what it shows and doesn’t show, in the reactions of tertiary characters, in the ways a disaster rattles trees far afield. Show More Summary
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We laughed, we cried. (Mostly, we cried.) And the finale returned to the theme of how family means letting go and holding on.
[Warning: This article contains major spoilers about Thursday's series finale of Parenthood. Read at your own risk (and with tissues)!] Tear-filled eyes. Broken heart. And now we've officially lost Parenthood. The Bravermans said goodbye on Thursday with - no spoiler alert needed here - an equally... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Parenthood Jason Katims
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Thursday's episode of How to Get Away with Murder. Read at your own risk.] And the first to crack is... Annalise. How to Get Away with Murder didn't keep too many secrets on the down low for long on Thursday's midseason premiere. Show More Summary
There’s a moment in “Gold Stars” when the story goes from good to great, an event that dramatically changes the context of the episode by revealing a frightening unseen aspect of the naïve, innocent Sweet P. Before that point, “GoldShow More Summary
Our lives are broken up into arcs: we move between cities, switch from job to job, and transition from one highly serialized television drama to another. When we’re young, these segments have standardized forms through education, but...Show More Summary
Rainn Wilson continues his portraiture of Backstrom in "Bella." This episode delivered a Backstrom who was difficult to find redeemable... until the very last moments. As viewers have yet to fully invest in this character, a more provocative (likable) character display would have made more sense so early on in the season. Show More Summary
We're back, Gladiators! It's been more than two months since Olivia Pope was kidnapped on Scandal. Luckily, this show knows how to deliver on a cliffhanger. Not only do we see what happened to Olivia, but that's ALL we see. The entire episode follows the aftermath of the kidnapping from Olivia's perspective.
At some point during this episode, I had to pause and make sure I wasn’t having an elaborate, beautiful fever dream. “Edie’s Wedding” hits all my Archer sweet spots. It has Pam and Archer on a mission (of sorts), alternately supporting and abusing each other. Show More Summary
"The Biggest Loser: Glory Days" has been a seriously intense and emotional season because of the sheer amount of dedication and a want for change that the once-athletes have shown during their time on the ranch and, because of that, Thursday's (Jan. Show More Summary
This episode on Reign, Francis and Conde have a quarterstaff fight over Mary's affections, Catherine takes a one-way ticket to crazytown but stops at murder station along the way, and Bash finds out some uncomfortable truths about the women in his life.The title of this episode is "Banished," which works on multiple levels. Show More Summary
“Prayer For The Dying” is all about the build. It builds to the horror of not one, but two tragic deaths. It builds to the merge ceremony the show has been teasing all season. It builds, builds, builds, and then once it gets there doesn’t...Show More Summary
Well, as we all know, all is not well in MerDer land at the kickoff of Grey's Anatomy's winter premiere, as Derek (Patrick Dempsey) packs up his bag to leave for D.C., and into the trash can goes his and Meredith's (Ellen Pompeo) framed Post-It. Show More Summary