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The 100 scores a 100!
March 19th, 2014 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 9p The 100 premieres on The CW and you will want to watch this show about the world post the apocalypse.
In the future, 97 years after a nuclear war, the survivors are all living in a space station. They thought that they could stay there forever, but it is starting to fail. So they send 100 juvenile delinquents back down to Earth to see if it is inhabitable.
Well, what do you think is going to happen if you send 100 troubled teens to place with no adults or authority. That’s right, anarchy and revenge on the people that imprisoned them. The good ones want to let everyone know the Earth is safe, but the bad ones have cut communication and now everyone back at the Ark thinks that most of them died when they landed on Earth.
Back on Earth, The 100 are learning that not everyone and everything died during the nuclear war. The natives are not happy with the visitors and they are attacking them. So now the teens have defend themselves from themselves and the Grounders as they call them.
Back at the Space Station, hundreds of people are going to be sacrificed so that they can survive at least another 6 months up there. That is until The 100 let’s them know that Earth is safe.
Will they get their message across before it is too late? How many of The 100 will live to see the next episode? Let’s just say each week their numbers diminish. Will the Grounders and The 100 learn to get along? Tune in each week to find out.
That and to watch an intense futuristic drama that gets it right.

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Maggie Q is a La Femme Nikita in this dress!
March 19th, 2014 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]



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Maggie Q attended the premiere of Divergent yesterday in short black dress with very revealing slits on the right side of it, and she looked like the La Femme Nikita she played on TV. Unlike several of the actresses (bony Gwyneth Paltrow) who wore dresses like that in the past, Maggie actually has the toned body to pull it off. I wish my body was as perfect as hers.

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The cast of Hart of Dixie gets down!
March 7th, 2014 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Scott Porter Instagrammed this video of his Hart of Dixie castmates including Rachel Bilson and Wilson Bethel and him dancing to Pharrell Williams’ Happy and it made me very happy. Happy enough to get me through the next two weeks until we get a new episode of the sweet CW drama on the 21st. I am craving a new episode like a Southerner craves Sweet Tea on a hot summer day!

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The Millers take a vacation, Reign has a wedding and Saint George debuts!
March 6th, 2014 under CBS, FX, The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8:30p on CBS The Millers go to the Bahamas. Nathan (Will Arnett) and Ray (J.B. Smoove) decide to take a much needed vacation, but when Ray hurts himself Nathan has no choice but to go by himself. Or so he thought because his good friend, Ray, gave his ticket to Nathan’s mother, Carol (Margo Martindale) and she shows up to surprise her son. So all that rest and relaxation he was hoping to get is being washed away like a message in a bottle. That is until Carol meets a guy played by Tommy Chong and then the two of them are both really relaxed. How relaxed? So much so they don’t want to leave, so will they?
Meanwhile back at home, Debbie (Jayma Mays) finds out that her husband wrote loves songs for his ex when he was teen (played by the hot singer Austin Mahone) and she wants to know why Adam (Nelson Franklin) has never written one for her. So he tries to write one for her, but it just doesn’t come to him. Will he be able to prove how much he loves her, or will he be getting divorce like his in-laws? Tune into this high-larious episode to find out what happens.


Then at 9p on The CW it is time for a white wedding on Reign. Mary’s (Adelaide Kane) mom (Amy Brenneman) comes for a visit and she has some big news. She says that the Queen of England has died and Mary is set to succeed her. That means the Queen of Scots needs to get married now. Who will she marry, Sebastian (Torrance Coombs) or Francis (Toby Regbo) who is back at the castle? You just have to tune in to see who she walks down the aisle with because you know you are dying to know who it will be.


Also at 9p, but over at FX, George Lopez’s new sitcom Saint George makes it heavenly debut.
Lopez plays a successful entrepreneur, who gives back to the community by working as a teacher in a multicultural school. Besides doing all of that the recently divorced man lives with his mom, Alma (Olga Merediz), and she is on his case about everything. Besides dealing with her, he also deals with his uncle, Tio (Danny Trejo), and his cousin, Junior (David Zayas). If that is not enough family for him to put up with, his wife, Mackenzie (Jenn Lyon) is still very much in his life.
On tonight’s series premiere George tries dating again and it is even harder than the first time. In the upcoming weeks, the sitcom will tackle issues in a very funny way that you can only do on basic cable.
Saint George proves that George Lopez has stuck gold twice in the TV world!

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Star-Crossed is an out of the world love story!
February 17th, 2014 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8p Star-Crossed makes it debut on the Earth Channel The CW, and you don’t want to miss this love story with an out of this world twist.
On May 16, 2014, the Atrians left their dying planet and crash landed on Earth. As you would expect the Earthlings were scared of them even though they pretty much look like us. One of the Atrians ran from the humans and the young boy, Roman (Matt Lanter) ran into a barn. While he was there, he met Emery (Aimee Teegarden) who gave him some cold spaghetti. A short while later the military caught up to him and it looks like they killed him.
Ten years have passed since that day and now that Atrians live in their secluded area away from the humans. But the Earthlings are finally willing to let their two worlds meet as they allow The Atrian 7, (7 teens) go to a human high school in Baton Rouge. Just like during the Civil Rights Movements back in the ’50s and ’60s, people are trying to blockade their entrance into the school and their fellow classmates don’t want them in there either.
Can these two worlds co-exist or will they always be worlds apart? You have to watch this modern day version of Romeo and Juliet to find out every Monday at 8p.

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Supernatural, Arrow, Vampire Diaries and The Originals will continue to Reign on The CW
February 13th, 2014 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


The CW announced today that it picked up Supernatural, Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals and Reign for another season. Supernatural now ties Smallville for the most seasons of any show that has aired on The WB/The CW and the record is well deserved. Hopefully it will go on for another 10 at least!
When it comes to what shows are still awaiting their fate, they are The Carrie Diaries, Hart of Dixie, Beauty and The Beast and The Tomorrow People. I am really hoping that the network brings back TCD and HoD back because I still adore those shows. I think the Sex and the City prequel still has so much more tell.

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Scott Porter phone home!
January 27th, 2014 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Remember that infamous scene in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial when they hid ET among all the stuffed animals. Well, that is what I thought of when I saw this photo that Scott Porter Instagrammed. So why is he surrounded by all of them? As he explained, “When you live with someone addicted to plushies…you wake up like this.” I hope his wife does that more often because just when I thought the Hart of Dixie couldn’t be any cuter, I see a picture of him like this and he’s even cuter.
So tune in to see him tonight on The CW show at 8p without all those stuffed friends.

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CW Seed spies a Veronica Mars spinoff!
January 15th, 2014 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Today was The CW TCA Winter Press Day and the big news from the network’s President Mark Pedowitz is that there is going to be a Veronica Mars digital spinoff coming to CW Seed. Not much more is known because he just started talking to the show’s creator, Rob Thomas, a week ago and finalized the deal last night. In fact he couldn’t even tell us who the spinoff is going to revolve around. Well shortly after the session Thomas Tweeted, “The CW web series: a comedy featuring @HiRyanHansen attempting to put together a Dick Casablancas spin-off of #VeronicaMars. No date yet.” So we will just have to wait for it. If we can almost 7 years for the movie, we can wait a few months for the online series. Right?

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Ian Somerhalder wishes us a bloody Merry Christmas!
December 16th, 2013 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


One of the advantages of playing a blood thirsty vampire on The CW show The Vampire Diaries, is you get to make a Season’s Greetings card like Ian Somerhalder that totally doesn’t suck.
So what is his message for this Christmas, it is “Season’s Greetings from Damon The Red-Nosed Reindeer Ripper…” So if Santa’s sleigh is shining so bright this year, you will know why. Blame the baddest Vampire on television today.

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The CW banishes Hart of Dixie to Fridays
December 12th, 2013 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


The CW announced their midseason schedule today and I am not OK with it. The biggest change is that Hart of Dixie is moving from Mondays at 8p to Fridays at 9p after Whose Line Is It Anyways? (Whose Line is back on the 14th of March) starting on March 21st. Sadly The Carrie Diaries was only given a 13 episode order, so it will be ending its second season run by then. Which is a shame because it is the most darling show on The CW’s air.
Hart of Dixie will be replaced by Star-Crossed, the intriguing alien/human Romeo and Juliet story on February 17th. Then on March 10th we say goodbye to Beauty and the Beast, and it looks like it will be a final goodbye for the ratings challenged show. The Tomorrow People moves to Mondays at 9p on March 17th for what I am assuming is a way to see if that show can survive without a brotherly lead-in.
Starting on March 19th, Arrow, will shoot over to The 100, a show where juvenile delinquents in the future are sent to Earth to see if it is inhabitable again. Do I think that is a good fit with The CW’s top show? I do not because they are so different. Personally, I think that The 100 and Star-Crossed should be paired together. But then again I still think that The Vampire Diaries and The Originals should be on the same night, as should Reign and Hart of Dixie.
While I am unhappy about Hart of Dixie’s move to Fridays, I am looking forward to Star-Crossed, which I thought was the network’s strongest pilot along with Reign. I wanted to like The Tomorrow People, but I just could never get into it. And if people don’t follow it to Mondays or online, it might not be back for a season 2.
What do you think of The CW’s midseason lineup?

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