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Tonight’s the final chapter for William Lewis on Law & Order: SVU
April 9th, 2014 under NBC. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 9p on NBC’s Law & Order: SVU, William Lewis’ (Pablo Schrieber) story concludes.
William collapses in his jail cell, is sent to the hospital, declared dead and then some how comes back to life. When he awakes, he kills the cop guarding him, rapes a nurse and escapes. He goes to a female doctor’s house, kills her, rapes her older daughter and kidnaps her 12 year old daughter. William then calls Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) telling her that he will set her free if she tells the truth. Reluctantly, she agrees to do it but William doesn’t keep his word. He wants to meet with Olivia face-to-face and she sneaks out of the station to do so. Now it is time for their final confrontation. How will it end? You don’t want miss how, so tune in for the last page of an amazing suspenseful book of television.
In a way, I am sad that this story is coming to an end because both Hargitay and Schrieber have been giving Emmy worthy performances in episode that that they have worked together in for the show.


American Dream Builders is a dream!
March 23rd, 2014 under NBC. [ Comments: none ]

American Dream Builders debuts on NBC tonight at 8p and you don’t want to miss this design competition show that takes renovating to a whole new lever.
12 of the top designers in the US are split into two teams and each episode they will completely have to renovate a house in a week. These houses are owned by everyday people on the same block, and their homes need a lot of work to make them more livable for the families that reside there. The designers can do whatever they want to the house, but they can’t tear it down.
So what happens when you put 6 top designers from different backgrounds on team to work together so that they can completely rebuild a home in just a week? A lot of tension and also a lot of beauty.
So tune into American Dream Builders each week to watch the beautiful transformation of a house from bland to grand!
Nate Berkus hosts the competition show and he does it beautifully. He offers good advice to the contestants and also explains to us what they are doing throughout the whole process.


Roseanne is the Last Comic Standing!
March 21st, 2014 under NBC, Roseanne Barr. [ Comments: none ]

NBC is bringing back Last Comic Standing on May 22nd and they are changing things up on the reality game show this seaosn. This time around JB Smoove is hosting the show that has previously been hosted by Jay Mohr and Craig Robinson. If The Millers star isn’t a big enough reason for you to watch, then hearing that Roseanne, Keenen Ivory Wayans and Russell Peters are judging the competition will make you want to tune in.
At the beginning of the 13 week show, we will watch 100 comedians get narrowed down to 10. Once we get to the Top Ten, then NBC says, “In this phase, they will compete in different comedy disciplines, such as sketch, improv and stand-up, proving themselves both individually and in teams.”
As someone who has watched and loved every season of Last Comic Standing, I am so thrilled that it is not only back, but it is returning with this awesome lineup of comedians. You know, Roseanne is going to be bringing the interesting.


Grimm’s future isn’t grim and neither are Chicago Fire and Chicago PD’s
March 19th, 2014 under NBC. [ Comments: none ]

NBC announced today that they picked up Grimm, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD for next season. Buried under the headline was that Parks & Recreation will also be back in the fall.
Just think a few years ago, Dick Wolf was left with just one show on NBC and now he is back to having 3. Although, I have to say, I am not sure why they renewed PD because I couldn’t get through an episode. And because of that I really hope they stop doing the crossover episodes every week between the Chicago shows. I only watch Fire and don’t want to watch PD, so stop trying to force me to.


Crisis holds you hostage from the very first minute
March 16th, 2014 under NBC. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 10p on NBC, Crisis debuts and you don’t want to miss this intensely good drama.
A group of students from Ballard High School set out on a school trip and things seem normal enough. That is until their bus is hijacked and they are all kidnapped along with their teacher, Mr Nash (James Lafferty), and parental guardian, Francis Gibson (Dermot Mulroney). Why would they target this group of kids? They are the children of Washington DC’s elite and one of the student’s is the President’s son.
So you think that he would be the target, but he is just one of them. Each time you think you know why these kids are being held, the show does something to switch it up.
So now it is up to FBI Special Agent Susie Dunn (Rachael Taylor) to find these kids, including her niece, Amber (Halston Sage). That means that Susan will have to work with her estranged sister, Meg (Gillian Anderson), to find out more about these teens and their parents who are some of the most powerful people in the world.
So tune in each week for a suspenseful drama that leaves on the edge of seat wanting to know what happens next because just when you think you figured it out they surprise you again and again.


Law & Order: SVU proves rape isn’t funny while Legit proves sex addicts are!
February 26th, 2014 under FX, NBC. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 9p, Law & Order: SVU takes on Daniel Tosh’s unfunny joke about rape and made a whole episode about it. Jonathan Silverman plays a comic, who tours a colleges, and tells the audiences that rape isn’t funny but gang rape is. When a female student speaks up against his jokes, he says wouldn’t it be funny if she got gang raped. So after she leaves the show, two of the male students try to rape her. Luckily she gets away, and she runs to the Special Victims Unit to bring down the comedian for inciting the crime. When the team goes to his comedy show at the same college on the second night, another female in the audience claims that the comedian raped her after the night beforehand’s show. Now they have to prove if he is living his act or her claim is a bad joke as bad as his.
What will they find out about him as they look into his past? You will just have to tune in and see if they get their guy.

Tonight at 10p Legit makes its debut on FXX and you don’t want to miss the show’s second season premiere. Jim Jefferies tries to cut down on his porn habit, but he can’t. Then while he is on Dr Drew’s radio a show, a caller talks about a bad lover she had, and it turns out to be one of Jim’s exes. Confronted with his problems, he decides to go to Sex Addicts Anonymous and guess who is there? Her! Is this enough to cure him? All I will say is that someone does get lucky by the end of the sick and twisted yet very funny episode.
And the episodes only get better as the season go one, let’s just say in one of them they go their high school reunion. And at that reunion one of them will be declared dead…


The Michael J Fox Show is cancelled
February 5th, 2014 under NBC. [ Comments: none ]

Last week NBC stopped production on Sean Saves the World and today they pulled The Michael J Fox Show from their Thursday lineup after the Olympics according to Vulture. Sean Hayes’ sitcom will be replaced by the game show he produces, Hollywood Game Night, starting on February 27th.
When it comes to HGN, I wonder if this is NBC’s way of testing out how a non-sitcom will do on Thursday nights. And if it does well, hopefully they will renew it for the fall. Which would make me very happy because I absolutely love this show.
When it comes to the unaired episodes of Sean and Fox, NBC does not have an airdate for them but does plan on airing them at some point.


Even Clue-Boom couldn’t cause The Fonz to lose his cool!!!
January 27th, 2014 under Henry Winkler, NBC. [ Comments: none ]

Henry Winkler is going to be on Hollywood Game Night on NBC tonight starting at 8p and he plays Clue-Boom against his TV son from Royal Pains, Mark Feuerstein. The game is a fast paced one, where the person up front has to get their teammates to guess the word they are describing. Once their teammates guess the word, they pass the bowl of clues to their opponent who passes back to them when they are done and so on. The reason why it is so fast paced is because there is timer counting down and whoever has the bowl of clues when the clock hits zero, gets Clue-Boomed. Which is basically that bowl of confetti blowing up in your face. Doesn’t sound that bad, right? Well as someone who has been Clue-Boomed, it seriously scares the crap out of you. So did the coolest guy in the ’70s keep his cool tonight? You will just have the watch the best game show on television starting at 8p to find out.


NBC will never grow up with a live version of Peter Pan in December!
January 20th, 2014 under NBC. [ Comments: none ]

Hot off the huge success of the live version of The Sound of Music last month, NBC‘s Chairman, Bob Greenblatt, announced yesterday at NBC’s TCA Winter Press Day that he will be following up with Peter Pan on December 4th.
TSoM’s producers, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who also worked on the film adaptations of Chicago and Hairspray, will be back producing the live musical. But other than that, we don’t know much more because they just recently made the decision to bring Tinkerbell back to life.
Although in a post-panel scrum, Greenblatt, did reveal one thing. The role has traditionally been played by women, in fact, Mary Martin played the title role for NBC back in 1960. When asked if Carrie Underwood might have a role in this production. He then went over the roles and the only one that suits her is Peter and he couldn’t think why she would to play that part. So a critic reminded him that a woman has played it in the past. To which he responded, “It is usually played by women, but that isn’t necessarily, always going to be the case. Hint, hint”
So who do you think should get to play Peter Pan? I will tell you one good thing, Greenblatt said that Justin Bieber is not on his list, so that should ease things for you because I know it did for me. Granted, he also joked that Miley Cyrus was in consideration for it during the panel. Since she is not a boy, I think we can rule her out too…for now.
The only casting I would suggest is that David Hasselhoff should play Captain Hook since he’s been doing it in The UK for a few years.


It’s Benson vs her worst case on SVU and Stevie Nicks is on AHS!
January 8th, 2014 under American Horror Story, NBC. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 9p on NBC’s Law & Order: SVU Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) comes face to face again with William Lewis (Pablo Schreiber) in court and its like reliving her horrible nightmare when he kidnapped and tortured her all over again.
As much prep as they can give Liv, they still can’t prepare her for what she is about to go to. At first it seems like things will be semi-tame because Lewis has a lawyer; but when he fires her and decides to argue the case for himself things will be so much worse for everyone. He will cross-examine everyone to the point where they are about to crack. And as bad as it is for all of them, it will be so much worse when he confronts Benson on the stand.
The interaction between Hargitay and Lewis is so intense that you can feel it through the TV screens. If these two actors don’t get Emmy nominations for the work they have done together this season, then there is really something wrong with the academy. They take acting to a whole other level when they work together that you can’t help but be impacted by their portrayals of the situations given to them.
Now when it comes to will Lewis finally be convicted for one of the crimes that he has committed, you will just have to tune into this very powerful episode to find out.

Then at 10p switch the dials over to FX to watch Stevie Nicks make her debut on American Horror Story: Coven.
If you thought the last episode of AHS was crazy, it is tame compared to tonight’s deadly episode.
The episode picks up with Marie Laveau (Angela Bassett) and Fiona Goode (Jessica Lange) having tea and talking about what went down at her shop and having a truce between to the covens. Shortly after being welcomed in, Laveau goes to sleep and wakes up to her master, Papa (Lance Redderick), wanting to collect what she owes him. That item due is an innocent soul, so she steals a newborn baby from the hospital.
Meanwhile Fiona is prepping for the new Supreme and since she thinks it is Misty Day (Lily Rabe) she brings her a present. That gift is a fellow witch and Day’s idol, Stevie Nicks. The singer performs for her, gives her tips and a shawl that she has toured the world with. The last thing is something that she will hold very close to her.
While most people think that Day is the next Supreme, Madison Montgomery (Emma Roberts) and Nan (Jamie Brewer) both think that they are the next in line for the job. By the end of the night at least one of the candidates will be dead.
Think you know? You don’t, so tune in to watch this shocking episode that sets things up for the season finale.


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