If you are fan of Dance Moms, then you are going to love the Abby Lee Miller Bobblehips doll. Now we can make her dance whenever we want. And if she doesn’t move the way we want, then we can yell at her like she screams at the moms and their daughters. It’s actually a lot of fun to do when you watch the reality show every Tuesday at 9p on Lifetime. Last week I made her dance every time she yelled at someone, and she didn’t stop moving from the beginning of the episode until the end. And it was a two hour show.
So if you want to have one for yourself, you can order it at Lifetime’s website. It really is a must own.
Army Wives is back on Lifetime tonight at 9p and it picks up exactly where it left off. Lieutenant General Holden is on the phone receiving the bad news and we find out who died. We will find out who survived that fateful plane ride. I won’t tell you anymore, but I will tell you have the tissues ready because you are so going to need them.
A month and a half ago Lifetime opted not to bring Drop Dead Diva back for a fifth season, but today they decided to change their mind and it will return! Show creator Josh Berman Tweeted, “Hey #dropdeaddiva fans. The rumors are true and it’s all because of you! #bestfansever”.
I think that Lifetime made the right choice the second time around because even though the show could’ve ended the way it did in the season finale, but it will be interesting to see where it will go next.
My word of advice to the show’s producers, is now that you got a second chance like Deb don’t f*ck it up by concentrating on tons of stunt casting. It really took away from what makes the show great. We can live with never seeing Kim Kardashian and Joan Rivers on the show again.
Crave a happy ending for your day, then run out and buy first season of The Client List on DVD today.
Riley (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is a happily married mother of two struggling to pay the bills, and her life is going to change when her husband decides to leave her. Now she has to support her family on her own, so her friend helps her get a job as a masseuse at massage parlor that offers their clientele more than just a massage. At first she says no, but then once she sees how much more money she can make, she says yes. Now she has to keep her secret from her mom (Cybill Shepard), her brother-in-law (Colin Egglesfield) and her best friend (Rebecca Field), who have been helping her adjust to her new life. And that is not going to be easy, but it is going to be hot to watch.
Besides getting the full first season on DVD, you also get plenty of deleted scenes and outtakes. Jennifer Love Hewitt is even cuter when she messes up.
Lifetime has cancelled Drop Dead Diva after 4 seasons on the air, a studio rep confirmed to me. No reason was given but I think we can all agree that the network made a huge mistake. The show was one of their strongest and highest rated, plus after the shocking season finale the fans wanted to know what happens next. Guess we won’t find out unless another network or Netflix picks it up for another season.
There used to be a time I loved watching Lifetime, but now I can barely watch it. They keep giving reality shows to the daughters of famous people and then surprised when they fail because no one cares about them. Then the two shows they have that people love, they recast them and turn off viewers. Tell me I am not the only one considering giving up Dance Moms after they ditched the moms. And Army Wives got rid of half of the wives and that is why we watched.
What will take for Lifetime to realize there is reason why they are losing viewers to the other networks as in they are getting rid of the shows that would’ve kept those viewers?
Abby Lee Miller was on Steve Harvey’s show and she did something I have never seen her do on Dance Moms…dance. But unlike her Lifetime show, she danced more like a white person at a wedding than anything we have seen her choreograph for the girls.
Seriously don’t tell me I am the only one who wants to see her actually dance dance for once on the show instead of screaming at everyone while she sits on her fat a$$. You say you are excellent dance teacher, then prove it for once. Because what she did for Steve Harvey is something we have all seen done at plenty of celebrations and done so much better by non-dance teachers.
An Amish Murder debuts on Lifetime tonight at 9p and you don’t want to miss this suspenseful movie.
Neve Campbell plays Kate Burkholder, a woman who returns to her sleepy small town as a police chief. Shortly after she begins working there a young Amish woman is murdered and her death resembles a serial killer that has been silent for a while. Kate is having problems with the Amish working with her because she used to live in their community but left them when she was 18 to become English.
The Mayor doesn’t trust her, so he brings in a profiler (Noam Jenkins) to find out who could have done this. While Kate and the profiler are looking into the Amish girl’s murder, the Mayor’s daughter is killed the same way. The Mayor has her fired and the local Sheriff (C. Thomas Howell) takes over the case. Even though Kate is off the job, she keeps looking into the case that has a very personal meaning to her.
While she be able to find the killer before he finds her? You have to tune into this movie that will have you guessing until the end to find out.
Dance Moms is back on Lifetime tonight at 9p and Abby Lee Miller is back after her stint in LA. The dance teacher has returned even more obnoxious and playing harder for the cameras that at times it’s more uncomfortable to watch than in seasons past It’s like she yelling and being a tyrant just to get some camera time and forgetting that she is working with little girls. So there are tears in tonight’s episode and plenty of them.
We also find out tonight if Kelly will make good on her word and pull Paige and Brooke out of the Dance Academy or if she returns for more abuse. I won’t say what happens, but I will say Abby Lee will be holding auditions again to find new dancers as she threatens to do every start of the season.
I used to love this guilty pleasure, but Abby Lee’s disgusting attitude and the fake fights with the Cathy and Jill has taken away from what made this show so enjoyable when it first debuted. I hope the show can go back to what it was, but I don’t think it will. And because of that I am not sure how much longer I can keep watching because I don’t like to watch shows that make me cringe. That is what Abby Lee has being doing to me for the last few episodes. It’s hard to watch someone yell at little kids like that just to make themselves seem even bigger. We know the camera adds 10 pounds, but she was plenty big before those extra television pounds she doesn’t need to mug it up for face time.
Tonight at 8p on Lifetime The Merry In-Laws gives us a Cheers reunion and you are going to love watching Shelly Long and George Wendt play two people who everyone knows their names!
Peter (Lucas Bryant) proposed to his girlfriend, Alex (Kassia Warshawski) who is a single mom, but he hasn’t told her everything about his family. All he told her is that they work with toys and live in Northern Alaska. What he neglected to tell her is that they are Mr and Mrs Claus (Wendt and Long). He is afraid that when he reveals that side of him, she will leave him so he tries to keep it secret.
But when his parents find out that he is engaged, they tell him that they are immediately flying down on the sleigh to meet their future daughter-in-law and step-granddaughter, who doesn’t believe in Christmas. So now he has to try to have them keep their secret which won’t be easy.
They aren’t the only the parents coming over for the holidays, so are Alex’s very conservative parents that are the complete opposite of Peter’s mom and dad. Alex’s dad is not a fan of her fiance’ and his parents, and will do everything he can to break them up.
Will he be successful? Will Peter’s parents secret be revealed? You have to tune into cheery movie to find!
Tonight at 8p it is all about Holly’s Holiday on Lifetime and you don’t want to miss this feel good movie. Holly (Claire Coffee) is a busy advertising executive who is going to spend the holidays alone again. Her best friend will do anything to find her the perfect guy, but is that man is right under her nose?
Since Holly is single her boss assigns her to work on a last minute campaign with Milo (Ryan Ward) the photographer and their deadline is right before Christmas, so now they have to spend every minute together to get it done. But when Holly falls and hits her head, the perfect guy appears to her and now she only has eyes and time for him. Is Bo (Ryan McPartlin) the right guy for her or is it Milo? You have to tune into this movie to find out.