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Drop Dead Diva begins its end tonight
March 23rd, 2014 under Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

Drop Dead Diva is back on Lifetime tonight at 8p for its final season and don’t want to miss the 2 hour season premiere.
The episode begins shortly after the season finale, and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) has yet to talk to Jane (Brooke Elliott) after finding out she really is his late fiancee, Deb. By the end of the first episode they will finally have that talk we have been waiting 5 whole seasons for. Will he accept her or are they done forever? You just have tune in to find out and you know you want to know.


Sorority Surrogate is Alpha good!
March 22nd, 2014 under Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

Sorority Surrogate debuts on Lifetime tonight at 8p and you don’t want to miss this suspenseful movie.
Valerie (Cassie Steele) is normal college student trying to keep her grades up so that she can keep her financial aid. When her father claims her as a dependent, she loses that aid and now she needs money fast. So her friend tells Valerie that she donated her eggs for some quick cash.
Valerie meets with the woman who helped her friend and that woman asks Valerie if she is willing to be surrogate which pays a lot more money. She agrees to do it.
Jameson and Sara have a lot of money, but they can’t have a child on their own. Valerie is the answer to that problem and the student gets pregnant with their child on the first try.
Jameson’s mother, Maureen (Mimi Kuzyk), is very possessive and she doesn’t like her son’s wife. She would do anything to get rid of her, and her husband, Charlie (Chris Bruno) decides to do that permanently for her. He hires a friend to get rid of his step-daughter-in-law, but something goes wrong. Both Jameson and Sara are killed in a car accident and now Sara’s sister gets the unborn child.
Maureen won’t allow that, so Charlie comes up with a plan to get them arrested and now Maureen gets the baby.
Maureen convinces Valerie to move in with her, and she won’t let her go until the baby is born.
Will Valerie get free or will she be living with Maureen forever? You have to tune into this climatic movie to find out.


Did Dance Moms’ Brooke Hyland diss Abby Lee Miller in her music video?
March 5th, 2014 under Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

A few months (weeks on Dance Moms) ago Kelly Hyland looked to have touched Abby Lee Miller’s face and pulled her hair during a confrontation, and was immediately gone from the Abby Lee Dance Company with her two daughters, Brooke and Paige. Even though Brooke is not dancing there any more she is still singing and has released a music video for her new song, Mean to Me. The video starts out with an intimidating over weight woman, who looks and sounds a lot like her former dance teacher, coming into the classroom and being mean to her. So you have to wonder if this is their way of getting back at Abby Lee for the way she treated them on the show? If they were, I think they were nice to hire an actress who was a lot smaller than the real thing. What do you think?


The case is closing for Drop Dead Diva
February 13th, 2014 under Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

After Drop Dead Diva aired its 4th season finale, Lifetime announced that they cancelled the show. Well when the fans found out about that, they petitioned the network to bring it back to life and their voices were heard. So much so that not only did the sweet legal drama get a 5th season, it also got a 6th.
Today, Lifetime announced that that 6th season will be the show’s last one. DDD will return on March 23rd with a two hour season premiere and the network promises that “All will finally be revealed in the final season.” Hopefully that means that Jane/Deb will finally be reunited/get it on with her former fiance’/co-worker Grayson. I have wanted those two to get together since season 1.
I will miss this show, but I think it is going out on top.


Lizzie Borden Took an Ax for a killer good movie!
January 25th, 2014 under Christina Ricci, Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

We all know the rhyme, “Lizzie Borden took an ax, She killed her mother with forty wacks, After she saw what she had done, She gave her father forty-one.” Well tonight at 8p on Lifetime we are going to learn the story behind it, in the telemovie Lizzie Borden Took an Ax. Christina Ricci, plays the woman who was acquitted of killing her father and step-mother back in 1892.
So what lead to her being arrested for killing them? We find out how her father treated her and let’s just say he was no angel. Then we see what happened the day of the murders and the police investigation into them. Finally we watch the court case play out until we see her get away with murder, that is if you believe she did it. The movie will leave you guessing whether or not she was the one who took an ax to her parents.
Ricci stuns as the notorious woman, who kids still rhyme about until this day. Clea Duvall is very believable as her supportive sister, who suddenly is unsure about everything.
Lizzie Borden Took an Ax keeps your interest from the beginning until the end as you learn the story behind a story thought you knew but really you didn’t until now.


Flowers in the Attic blossoms on Lifetime tonight
January 18th, 2014 under Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

Flowers in the Attics debuts on Lifetime tonight at 8p and you don’t want to miss it.
Corrine Dollanganger (Heather Graham) has the perfect life. She is married to the love of her life and she as 4 beautiful blonde kids, teenage son, Chris (Mason Dye), a teenage daughter Cathy (Kiernan Shipka) and twins Cory and Carrie. But their perfect world will come crashing down when Corrine’s husband is killed in a car accident. Corrine doesn’t know how to live without him, so she shuts down. She loses everything and is forced to return home to the parents who disowned her. Her mother (Ellen Burstyn), agrees to take them in but she has rules. The kids must stay in the attic and remain quiet. No one should know they are there including their dying grandfather because he doesn’t know they exist. Corrine tells them it will only be a little while, and once she wins her father over they will be able to be free again. But days turn into weeks, weeks into months and months into years; the four kids wonder if they will ever get out of the attic.
Will they? You just have to tune into the latest adaptation of the 1979 book. In fact, I watch the 1987 movie after I saw the Lifetime version and I enjoyed this one so much more.


Dance Moms’ Christi’s ominous Tweet
January 13th, 2014 under Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

Last week TMZ reported that Dance Moms’ Kelly was arrested, but not charged, with allegedly getting into a cat fight with the show’s huge star Abby Lee Miller back in November. The “fight” was reportedly recorded by the show. When I asked a rep from Lifetime if and when it would air, all they said was “No comment”.
Well today one of the Dance Moms, Christi, Tweeted “I would LOVE for America to know how poorly we are treated. And it’s a shame because SOMEONE is making millions off of us.” As of this posting, she has yet to elaborate what that means.
But this is not the first time that she wished America really got to see what doesn’t make the show. Back in October, she Tweeted, “I wish America could see how horrible Abby REALLY is to Chloe. They show her NICE side. Awful human being.” They’ve been showing the dance teacher’s, who never dances, good side towards Chloe? Imagine what we don’t see. Better yet, don’t because no adult should treat a kid as badly as we have seen one much older woman treat the young girls on the episodes that have aired thus far.
When Dance Moms first started, I liked the show because I love dancing. As the show has gone on, I am finding it hard to watch because Abby Lee Miller seems to have given in to her newfound fame and to me has become more of a bully to the kids, moms and competitors as the show has gone on. Because of that I have a hard time watching and hearing (her voice is like chalk on a chalkboard) the way she interacts with everyone, especially her students. I say you don’t have to have kids to be horrified by the way she talks to them on the show. I wish she’d watch it and see how disgusting she comes off to people like me. But I think she sees the way she is portrayed as a good thing because she seems to gets worse and worse with each episode. And TBH, I am not sure how much longer I can take it. I am sure there are a lot of former-fans who feel like I do.
I know reality shows are not 100% real, but it is still an image that is being sent out over the airwaves. Is the persona that Abby Lee Miller wants us to see of her, what we see on the show? I personally wouldn’t want anyone to perceive me as I perceive her from the show. And I have been described as a b!tch at a former workplace, but I wouldn’t want the world to see me like that. Would you?
Now back to Christi, you might be asking why hasn’t she left the show. She Tweeted back in February, “I’m back because it IS my job to be there. I have a contract. And I walked out and the show wanted me back.” No word when said contract expires, but it will be interesting to see if she and some of the other moms will renew. To me the show won’t be worth watching without them. I feel they are a bigger part of the show that Abby Lee Miller. I say, she is replaceable.
Finally Lifetime, when you do another one of those reunion shows, please don’t have the producer, Jeff Collins, host it. He is no Andy Cohen. I would rather have a neutral party be the moderator. Who’s with me?


Bang bang, Bonnie & Clyde shoot their way on to our TV’s tonight!
December 8th, 2013 under A&E, Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

We all know the names Bonnie & Clyde, but do you know their story? Well tonight and tomorrow at 9p on Lifetime, A&E and History, their tale is being told and you get to see why they are so legendary!
The two-part mini-series starts off with Clyde Barrow’s life before he met Bonnie Parker and her’s before she met him. He was always a bad boy and she always wanted to be star. So when these two meet, it was like bang bang this not going to be good for anyone else but them.
Shortly after their first meeting, he was sent off jail, but when he was freed Bonnie & Clyde were born. This telemovie takes you through their journey from robbing banks to eventually killing people, and finally how they lost their lives on during that fateful ambush on May 23, 1934. But there was a lot that happened in-between and those gaps are filled in tonight and tomorrow. Like how they got their name, the female reporter that covered their crime spree, the people that were part of their gang, the Texas Ranger that sought them out and their love story that was unlike any other. They were soul mates destined to be together and their story was meant to be told like it is told in this two-part television event.
Emile Hirsh and Holliday Grainger bring these infamous criminals to life and they are so believable that they transcend you back to 1930′s when the two people they are playing were very much alive. So tune in to see a miniseries that give their subject’s tale justice even if Bonnie & Clyde never really saw justice, tonight and tomorrow at 9p on Lifetime, A&E and History.


Dads actually got a full season order!
October 25th, 2013 under Family Guy, Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

So when I watched the pilot for Dads the first time, I hated it. Then I watched it again and found myself actually laughing a lot. So much so that I decided to check out another episode. Well now I find myself watching the show every week and laughing much more than I should. I guess I am not alone because Fox gave the Seth MacFarlane live-action show a full season.
And the news is also good over at Lifetime because even though they tried to kill Drop Dead Diva, they announced today that show will be back for another season. The 13-episode sixth season will air some time next year.


Betty White is a Wrecking Ball!
October 21st, 2013 under Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]


Even though NBC cancelled Off Their Rockers, Lifetime picked it up and it will be airing Wednesdays at 9p. Well to promote that second Lifetime the show Betty White found a popular way to promote it. The Golden Girl imitated Miley Cyrus as she rode a wrecking ball, kissed a sledgehammer and raised a foam finger to us! If that doens’t impress Cyrus, I don’t know what will.


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