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'The Glades' Season 4 Preview: The Proposal Cliffhanger, a Time Jump and Jim as a Step-Dad
24 May 2013 5:40 AM, PDT
When The Glades returns for season 4 on Monday, May 27, expect things to get "wackier," with the Fdle having to deal with some very strange cases. But what fans are most clamoring for is the conclusion of last season's big cliffhanger -- finding out if Callie says yes to Jim's proposal. BuddyTV visited the set earlier this year and talked with the cast to see if they would reveal anything about the outcome of the proposal and how it would affect Callie's son Jeff if they do end up getting married. »
'True Blood' Beginnings: Everything You Need to Know about Lafayette Reynolds
24 May 2013 4:18 AM, PDT
As the premiere date of True Blood's sixth season draws closer, you may find yourself wondering what the heck else could happen to these characters? It's getting to a 24-esk realm, where you think, seriously, how many bad days can Jack Bauer have? So just to catch you up on all the ridiculousness that has transpired during the first five wonderful seasons, we're recapping the astounding journeys taken by nine main characters in a series called True Blood: Beginnings. We've already done Alcide Herveaux and Jessica Hamby. Next up is Lafayette Reynolds.
Lafayette's story started out pretty slowly in season 1. He was Tara's cousin and a cook at Merlotte's, and he spent his days working on the construction crew with Jason. He was also a drug dealer and a prostitute, and that's basically all we got from him. It wasn't until Jesus came along that things got really interesting. Let's take a look back. »
'The Bachelorette' Season 9 Premiere: 3 Tips to Being Prepared
24 May 2013 2:30 AM, PDT
The highly anticipated season premiere of The Bachelorette is nearly here, airing on the Monday of Memorial Day weekend. Everyone will hopefully have spent most of their holiday out in the sun, so an evening gathered around the couch will be welcomed, especially if it involves meeting Desiree Hartsock's men! Here are a few ideas to prepare for the premiere and survive those two hour long episodes this season. »
[Video] 10 Things to Expect from 'Mistresses'
24 May 2013 1:00 AM, PDT
It needs to be pointed out how ABC has been portraying women in their shows by the show's title: Desperate Housewives. Scandal. Red Widow. Now, there's Mistresses. One only lasted for one season, another has become the most-watched primetime drama and the other had an eight-year run. Where will Mistresses fall?
A long montage of clips might clue us in on the answer, as we get a closer look at the characters and the plot lines that they'll be thrown into. »
'Hannibal' Recap: Triumvirate Formed By Killing and a Secret
23 May 2013 4:08 PM, PDT
One big difference between Hannibal and other procedurals or crime-based dramas is that the writers take great care in providing unique serial killer motifs. Whether it's a human mushroom garden, using body parts for musical instrument strings or as a gourmet dish, every case that Jack and Will investigate is extraordinary. The case in "Trou Normand" was over-the-top bizarre and artistic in the creepiest of ways. »
'Revolution' Episode 19 Photos: Infiltrating the Tower
23 May 2013 2:51 PM, PDT
"Children of Men": Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Monroe (David Lyons) battle with more than wits. Meanwhile, Miles (Billy Burke), Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos), Nora (Daniella Alonso) and Aaron (Zak Orth) get inside the Tower but Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) and son Jason (Jd Pardo) get shut out. Miles and Monroe once again face-off, this time even more lethally. - From NBC. »
From Page to Screen: 15 TV Shows Based on Literature
23 May 2013 10:32 AM, PDT
If you?re looking for a good book, check out TV. There are plenty of shows based on novels, short stories and even comic books. Here?s a look at 15 current shows, all based either heavily or loosely on literature that you may be inspired to check out. Brought to you by A&E?s Longmire. The season 2 premiere airs Monday, May 27 at 10pm. »
20 Streaming TV Show Replacements for Surviving Summer Hiatus
23 May 2013 10:05 AM, PDT
As the weather heats up, the TV season is rapidly cooling down. Soon, aside from some quality summer shows, original programming across the dial will become more scarce. What?s a TV junkie to do? Well, don?t despair! The summer is the perfect time to catch up on all those critical darlings and forgotten gems you just don?t have time for during the regular season.
But how do you know what show is the right summer viewing for your unique and discerning tastes? Well, we?ve thought of that too! If you like some of these current shows, here are some shows streaming on Netflix and Hulu you might also want to give a shot as the weather heats up. »
'Does Someone Have to Go?' Review: 'The Office' Meets 'Survivor'
23 May 2013 2:31 AM, PDT
Admit it: You think you're smarter than your boss. Your workplace is a total mess and only you know how to fix it. Don gets paid too much and he's always showing up late. Jen deserves a promotion because she does all the work, but no one notices her. And the only reason Debbie from accounting still has a job is because her best friend is the boss' wife. »
'Burn Notice' Season 7 Premiere Photos: Michael Suffers from the Deal He Made
22 May 2013 5:07 PM, PDT
When Burn Notice's final season begins, Michael is working undercover in the Dominican Republic for the CIA as part of his deal with the organization. He's approached by a terrorist to steal equipment. In Miami, Sam and Jesse are tipped off that Michael's life is in danger.
In the second hour, Michael returns to Miami, but his new handler forbids him from seeing Fiona, Sam, and Jesse. »
10 Former Contestants Who Should Be 'American Idol' Judges
22 May 2013 4:19 PM, PDT
With American Idol season 12 behind us, it's time for the speculation to begin on who will replace Randy Jackson and possibly the remaining three judges if they all leave as well, as is expected. Vulture is reporting that former contestants are being considered to join the panel, if not all the spots then at least one. Here are a list of 10 former winners and finalists who should be considered as judges for season 13. »
20 TV Characters To Have a Summer Fling With
22 May 2013 4:16 PM, PDT
The summer is the perfect time for an intense romantic fling. And, who better to imagine a fling with than one of your favorite TV characters. Check out a few suggestions of single men and women from this season's dramas. There is someone for everyone! Is your pick on the list? Which character would you want to have a summer fling with? Leave a comment with who you would want to sweep you off your feet this summer. »
'MasterChef' Season 4 Premiere Recap: Apron Extravaganza
22 May 2013 3:41 PM, PDT
Now that the weather's warming up, it's time to feel the heat of Chef Gordon Ramsay's wrath. He's not just on Hell's Kitchen, you know. You can find him alongside Graham Elliot and Joe Bastianich on MasterChef, too -- a show that judges tell us is "the biggest culinary competition in the world today." It's a pretty big deal, apparently!
So grab a glass of springy chardonnay, some truffled popcorn and your remote control, and watch as home cooks from across the nation compete for culinary glory, a cookbook deal and a $250,000 cash prize -- some of which Joe lights on fire within the first five minutes of the show. (This is, after all, summer programming. It may have some delusions of grandeur, but at least it can laugh at itself.)
'Criminal Minds' Season 8 Finale Recap: The Replicator is Unmasked, An Agent Pays the Ultimate Price
22 May 2013 3:10 PM, PDT
Tonight, Criminal Minds wraps season 8 with two back-to-back episodes. In the first hour -- the season's 23rd episode, "Brothers Hotchner" -- Hotch gets pulled into a case while trying to help his brother. And in the second hour -- the 24th and final episode of season 8, "The Replicator" -- the team finally comes face-to-face with the man who has been hunting them for months. Read on to find out what the minds behind Criminal Minds have in-store for us this week. »
'The Bachelorette' Season 9: First Impressions of Desiree's 25 Men
22 May 2013 12:20 PM, PDT
There?s a Michael, Mike R. and a Mikey T -- guess which one is a prosecutor and which one is a party animal just by their names. There?s also a war veteran, a magician and an ER doctor. We sifted through 25 bios of Desiree?s bachelors to highlight some of their best (and worst) features and answers. To read their full profiles, go here. Desiree?s journey begins Monday with a two-hour premiere at 8pm on ABC. Who do you like? Leave a comment below! »
?Dancing with the Stars?: The 20 Best Dances of Season 16
22 May 2013 10:42 AM, PDT
Another season of Dancing with the Stars is behind us, and what a season it has been. The final three female celebrities owned the dance floor week in and week out. And of course some of the other dancers had their moments in the spotlight as well -? let?s not forget about them. Here are 20 of the best and most memorable dances of DWTS season 16. »
Teen Choice Awards 2013 Nominations: 'The Vampire Diaries' Leads TV
22 May 2013 5:46 AM, PDT
It doesn't matter whether they're on television or in movies -- teenagers love vampires.
Though it shouldn't come as a surprise, it's now made official. In the first set of surfboard nominations for the Teen Choice Awards, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 leads the field with seven, and The Vampire Diaries is not far behind with five.
Exclusive 'Criminal Minds' Interview: Joe Mantegna on Shocking Season Finale: 'All Questions Will Be Answered'
21 May 2013 10:00 PM, PDT
This has not been an easy season for the profilers on CBS' procedural hit Criminal Minds. Reid saw his love killed before his eyes. Morgan had to face the man who abused him as a child. Rossi was shocked to discover a former military pal now lived on the streets. And of course, the whole team is being stalked by the "Replicator," a serial killer replicating the many cases the Bau has solved this year. »
'Bates Motel': The Best and Craziest Moments from Season 1
21 May 2013 2:00 PM, PDT
The creators of Bates Motel didn?t limit their first season to exploring the close, yet incredibly dysfunctional relationship between a teenage Norman and his mother. Some of the groundwork was laid that explains adult Norman?s mental instability, but viewers also got the chance to know Norman?s real mother, Norma, as opposed to the shriveled remains her son kept long after her death. White Pine Bay, a town with a myriad of secrets and a very particular brand of justice, is a wonderfully depraved backdrop for Norman?s descent into madness. Here are just a few of the season?s best moments. »
'So You Think You Can Dance' Recap: La and Austin Auditions Sizzle
21 May 2013 1:48 PM, PDT
Tonight's episode of So You Think You Can Dance features auditions in Los Angeles and Austin, Texas. First up, in La, resident judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy are joined once again by Jesse Tyler Ferguson (from Modern Family). I think that he should be on at least every other week as he is able to have fun with some off-beat contestants, like the woman who wears a red chicken costume. (Yes, really!) »
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