HBO has announced that their hit show, Big Love, will be coming back for a fourth season on January 10, 2010 in its regular Sunday night timeslot.
So much happened last season but the main thing I’m looking forward to is finding out whether Nikki will be fully welcomed back into the family. She was cheating on Bill and lying about taking birth control and, of course, there’s the fact that she pushed her father down the stairs. Her storyline alone brings enough drama to the series to keep audiences interested.
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The cast has been beefed up by the addition …read more
If you were a fan of Married… With Children, you might be interested in picking up a copy of the complete eleventh season which was released on DVD yesterday.
The Bundys are just as dysfunctional and outrageous as ever in their final season which was highlighted by the three-part episode "Breaking Up Is Easy To Do."
In case you’ve never seen it, Al leaves Peggy and the kids and tries his hand at the single life where he encounters “strippers, Satan worshippers and a horde of angry obese women.”
This show really is a classic in its own right. It …read more
I really like Californication but this season is off to a very strange start and I’m not sure I like it. that first season was amazing and last year was a bit off but I was optimistic about the storylines from this fourth season.
Karen is in New York City and Hank is left to raise Becca on his own and his teenage daughter has turned into a surly young woman. First of all, the whole reason why Hank stayed behind in Los Angeles was so that Becca could continue her romance with Damien. The problem is that I haven’t …read more
Last night’s episode of Dexter was all over the place which is fitting since I think Dexter’s world is a huge mess. He’s trying so hard to figure out how to fit in with the other “normal” people that he actually ends up looking like a freak. Fortunately, it’s not long before he discovers that he’s not alone.
After his house is vandalized with spray paint, he comes home to find Rita and all of their neighbors convened in his living room for a Neighborhood Watch meeting. The neighbors have devised a plan to make sure that their street is being …read more
Dexter was crazy intense last night. I was stressed from the first minute to the very last second.
The episode started off with Dexter upside down in his car after his serious rollover accident. He was taken to the hospital and, despite being warned of a possible head injury/concussion, he left with Rita (without telling her how serious the accident was) since he couldn’t remember what he did with Benny’s body.
Meanwhile, Lundy is still investigating the Trinity Killer case which brings him into direct contact with Debra. It’s clear that there is still some chemistry between them despite the fact that …read more
In a show called Episodes which is being produced by Showtime/BBC, Matt Leblanc will be poking fun at the television industry. It’s a half-hour comedy and will start being filmed in London and Los Angeles in the new year.
The former Friends star will be starring as a slightly altered version of himself on the series which will be about “a successful British husband-and-wife comedy team thrilled by the prospect of producing an U.S. version of their hit series.” Unfortunately, they have to replace their ideal British lead with a U.S. comedy star and find themselves navigating the often difficult …read more
NBC is producing a new game show based on how quickly contestants can perform 10 deceptively simple household tasks in 60 seconds. The grand prize? A million dollars. Seriously. For doing stuff like unspooling toilet paper with your body.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the show is called Perfect 10 and already, eight one-hour episodes are being made. Incredibly, NBC will be putting 50 games up on a website before the show even airs so that people can practice the tasks. Who knows? These people could become contestants.
"I love that it has a mischief as to what the …read more
Late last week, Conan O’Brien had an accident while filming a segment of the Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien with Teri Hatcher. They were pretending to be in a race and, right at the finish line, he slipped, fell backwards and bumped his head.
While he got up afterwards and was talking, it quickly became clear that all was not well since he was forgetting things and seemed to be in a daze.
In the end, Conan was sent to the hospital and it was later determined that he had suffered a concussion but would be fine after resting for a few …read more
Honestly, I was never a big watcher of Jon and Kate Plus 8 but whenever I did catch the occasional episode, I was always irritated by how nitpicky and bitchy Kate was to Jon.
In fact, I think most people felt the same way that I did and so, when they announced their split, people were initially on Jon’s side. That is, until, he let his inner douche fully shine through.
Jon has been involved in so much drama that it’s hard to believe he’s the same guy from the show. He’s got women fighting over him, he’s smoking, hanging out with …read more
Showtime is celebrating with good reason. The season premieres of both Dexter and Californication debuted with record-breaking numbers for the shows. In fact, the first episode of this fourth season of Dexter is the highest single-telecast delivery since they changed their ratings system in 2004.
I’m thrilled because I think that both of these shows are pretty outstanding and I’m glad that audiences agree.
Dexter pulled in 1.924 million viewers while Californication attracted 1.203 million. That’s pretty amazing for cable television shows (especially since this isn’t HBO, it’s Showtime folks).
I guess it helps that both series left off on sort of …read more