Melissa Peterman Tweeted this picture of her Baby Daddy co-stars Tahj Mohry, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Matt Dallas and Derek Theler showing off their toned tummies, and what else do I have to tell you to watch their show on ABC Family tonight at 8:30p? Well I could tell you that tonight’s episode is really funny like all the other ones, but all you will do is just look at their washboard abs. At least I know that is what I will be doing.
And make sure to watch Peterman’s other ABC Family show Dancing Fools right afterwards at 9p. The title of the show is self explanatory.
Emily Thorne might not have gotten Revenge on Ashley Davenport for stealing her fiance’, but the show is because Ashley Madekwe‘s contract was not picked up for a third season according to Deadline. The actress confirmed the news on Twitter and said she might be back for part of the season. She Tweeted, “The Revenge writers are trying to come up with an exit story for Davenport and I will of course play that out for you all…” Then she added, “My preference is that Ashley Davenport dies in a blaze of glory. Preferable whilst wearing Valentino couture….Or Chanel. I’m not fussy.” I say whichever dress costs more is how she should go out and she should get to keep it too. Deadline is reporting that isn’t the only ABC show handing out pink slips. School’s out for Tessa’s Principal Rex Lee and George is going to have to find a new best friend since Alan Tudyk has been evicted from Suburgatory.
As much as I love Madekwe from Secret Diary of a Call Girl, the ABC nighttime soap never used her properly. I wish they would’ve let her know earlier, so she could’ve taken part in pilot season. She would’ve been a better choice to co-star in Back in the Game than the woman they hired.
Now when it comes to Suburgatory, I am done with the show after these firings. Alan Tudyk made the show and without him there is no reason to watch. Maybe ABC will think about their bad choice and find another role for him on the network, like make maybe Castle? There has to be something else for him.
ABC released the first trailer for Rebel Wilson’s new show Super Fun Night and we are seeing the actress in a tiny bikini with lighted hearts over her nipples and crotch over Spanx. Really did we need to see that? I mean she is a funny actress, but did she need to go there?
I know she is a proud of her body and I am good with that, but still why?
Since there is a comment about it, I would say it even if she were skinny. It just isn’t needed. She could sell a show on her own popularity and didn’t need to do this. She didn’t do it in Pitch Perfect and she still became wildly popular after it.
ABC announced their schedule today and the big news is that ABC cut Dancing with the Stars down to one night week because they got rid of the results show. Hopefully the other networks will follow suit.
Paul Lee, the head of ABC, said there will another big change, some of the dramas are going to take breaks after their fall run and they will be replaced by limited run shows until the shows they replaced return. Three of the shows that will be taking breaks are Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and Once Upon a Time. They are still working out what other dramas will be taking breaks.
Here is the ABC’s fall schedule:
MONDAY: 8:00 p.m. “Dancing with the Stars”
10:00 p.m. “Castle”
TUESDAY: 8:00 p.m. “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
9:00 p.m. “The Goldbergs”
9:30 p.m. “Trophy Wife”
10:00 p.m. “Lucky 7”
WEDNESDAY: 8:00 p.m. “The Middle”
8:30 p.m. “Back in the Game”
9:00 p.m. “Modern Family”
9:30 p.m. “Super Fun Night”
10:00 p.m. “Nashville”
THURSDAY: 8:00 p.m. “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland”
9:00 p.m. “Grey’s Anatomy”
10:00 p.m. “Scandal”
FRIDAY: 8:00 p.m. “Last Man Standing”
8:30 p.m. “The Neighbors”
9:00 p.m. “Shark Tank”
10:00 p.m. “20/20”
SUNDAY: 7:00 p.m. “America’s Funniest Home Videos”
8:00 p.m. “Once Upon a Time”
9:00 p.m. “Revenge”
10:00 p.m. “Betrayal”
After four years of wanting Beckett and Castle to get together, the two finally did this season. Well tonight at 10p on ABC, Beckett tells Castle we need to talk.
When last week’s show ended Beckett was told to interview for a job at a high-profile federal law enforcement agency in DC and tonight’s episodes starts off with her interviewing for the job. The homicide detective has not told anyone about her amazing opportunity, but everyone feels that she off for some reason. So Castle goes through her things, finds her boarding pass to DC and questions her about that. She admits what she was doing in DC and they have their first big fight. He is so upset that he tells he can’t be around her right now. How he is going to feel if she actually gets the job? What will she do if she gets it? You will just have to tune in to find out.
When it comes to the case of the week, do you really care? It’s all about will she, or won’t she? And since the screener I watched cuts off when we find out what happens, I am in the dark as much as you are.
Tonight at 8p on ABC 24 people will attempt to jump on three very huge red balls to get to other side, but almost all of them will land in the water instead. So that only means one thing, Wipeout is back!
And not only is the show back, so is Jill Wagner as a host. I recently asked her what it’s like to be on the show again and she said, “It’s awesome!” The she added, “Being back on the show is like being home. This is where I think I belong! I get to get up and have fun all day and be around wacky people.” Then laughed when she said, “It’s kind of where I should be, I think?” And we all think that she needs to be back with these wacky people because no one is as good as her when it comes to chatting with the contestants after they run that crazy obstacle course.
This season Wipeout is celebrating its 100th episode in June, and I asked John Henson which challenge was the craziest one of them all. He told me, “A couple of years ago we had the human catapult and I like the way it sounds.” Then he explained, “Maybe we build a catapult and throw some guy over the wall. It seems like such a bad idea that only we could come up with it.” And they came up with some other bad ideas for the show’s 6th season for the contestants to try out. Well bad for them, and very good for us.
Not only will this season be highlighting the 100th episode, they will also have a bunch of themed episodes. They include Family, Hotties VS Nerds 3.0, Newlyweds, Dirty Jobs, Boss & Employee, Blind Date, Beauty Queens, Brains VS Brawn and Exes. I don’t know which one will be the most fun, Exes and Boss & Employee can be really interesting! Especially depending on who wins the $50,000 and who loses their pride.
Because let’s be real some of those challenges will leave you more humiliated then you ever thought you could be. So tune into tonight and every Thursday at 8p to see what other bad ideas they came up with, to literally torture the contestants and cause them lots of pain!
Tonight at 8p on ABC Frankie (Patricia Heaton) pays tribute to The Bachelor in her own special way on The Middle. We saw how she reacted to the Oscars earlier in the year, well tonight we see what happens when she watches the finale of ABC’s most talked about reality show The Bachelor. Especially when things don’t go her way.
But that isn’t the only love story, Sue Heck (Eden Sher) takes up tennis. Will she get a higher score than love? You will have to tune in to find out.
And there is one more love story in the episode, Axl (Charlie McDermott) and Cassidy (Galadriel Stineman) have their first fight and his love for her needs to be extinguished. Literally because he sets her house on fire. Will they get back together or is their love over forever? You have to watch this very funny episode to find out.
Then the comedy block ends on at ABC at 9:30p with the new show How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life). Polly (Sarah Chalke) leaves her husband Julian (Jon Dore) and moves back with her mom (Elizabeth Perkins) and her stepdad (Brad Garrett). Her parents are unconventional and living with them is going to be interesting for her and her 6 year old daughter (Rachel Eggleston). Especially when her ex-husband keeps coming over. How will she survive living with her parents? You will have to tune every week to find out.
And did I mention we see a lot of Brad Garrett and I do mean a lot!
When Castle first started out on ABC, it did OK in the ratings and people thought it wouldn’t last. But as the seasons have gone on, more people have found this delightful show. Because of that the show is celebrating its 100th episode on ABC tonight at 10p and it is perfect one for this crime drama.
Castle (Nathan Fillion) has been stuck at home for 2 weeks with a broken leg and he can’t go out with Beckett (Stana Katic) on any murder cases. So his daughter Alexis (Molly Quinn) bought him some binoculars to keep him occupied and of course he uses them. When he notices one of his neighbors getting it on, he can’t look away. Then he witnesses the girl’s boyfriend come home and her lover escaping unnoticed. Only problem is that he was in such a rush, he left his hat there and her boyfriend finds it. (Which I guess is why Joe Cocker sang “You Can Leave Your Hat On!”) Now her boyfriend is pissed and Castle thinks he sees her murdered by him. He calls Beckett and she looks into the case, but it turns out to be a big fat zero because she says she has spoken to the dead woman who is very much alive. Castle being Castle, can’t let it go and keeps checking out the guy. The more he watches him, the more he sees him do things that look like he is hiding a body. Still Beckett can’t find anything that proves this guy killed his girlfriend. Did Castle really see a murder or his mind playing tricks on him? You have to tune to this captivating episode to find out.
I am so happy that Castle made it too 100 episodes and I really hope that it goes for at least another 100 more. It has survived the Moonlighting curse and it will survive so much more even if their victim of the week doesn’t.
Tonight on ABC at 8p Last Man Standing and Malibu Country are airing their seasons finales and you don’t want to miss either one.
At 8p Tim Allen and Jonathan Taylor Thomas are reunited on Last Man Standing and they are a lot of one-liners between the two former castmates. But it isn’t only about them, Mandy (Molly Ephraim) finds out where she’s going to college and Kristin (Amanda Fuller) makes a huge decision. Looks like there will be a lot of changes when the show comes back for a third season next year. Although ABC hasn’t said that it will be back, you know it will be.
Then at 8:30p Reba goes on a date on Malibu Country with Stacy Keach and they learn people lie on their online profiles. But don’t worry one of them gets lucky! Reba isn’t the only one having an interesting date because Cash (Justin Prentice) goes out with a much older lady, will it be everything that he dreamed of? You will have to tune in to find out and to see Warehouse 13′s Eddie McClintock guest star as a potential love interest for the red head next season. Hopefully there will be one because this show has been a perfect way to end the week.
On tonight’s The Neighbors on ABC at 8:30p Larry Bird (Simon Templeman) and Jackie Joyner-Kersee (Toks Olagundoye) sneak out and go to see a musical. When they get back they decide to do one with other aliens. Larry and Jackie hold auditions that are reminiscent of a few singing competitions that we watch and we get a lot laughs at how stupid those other shows are by this.
Once the singers are selected we get a musical number that will be stuck in our heads and laughing for weeks as we watch it over and over again.
But all great musicals must come to an end, and this one will when one of them falls down the well. Now they risk being exposed when they try to get that person out. Will this musical have a happy or a sad ending? You will just have to tune in for the best musical episode since the Buffy one!
Plus something happens at the end of the episode that will change things for some of our favorite cast members. I don’t want to sing like a canary about what it is, so I will tell you to just watch it. And I will promise that you will love love love love this episode as much as I do.
In fact I think it is the best episode of television this season!!! It is that f*cking fantastic!