As we go into the last week of ‘America’s Got Talent’ auditions for Season 12 (sigh), we’re introduced to a hysterical comic, a super hot boy band and a viral Subway singer who blows the judges away!
It’s all come down to this, and ‘Bachelor’ finalist Vanessa Grimaldi looked gorgeous as she walked towards her maybe-future-husband Nick Viall on the finale show on March 13.
Plus, Emily learns yet another shocking fact about her not-so-dead mother!
Emily’s (Emily VanCamp) past with Takeda’s super-attractive British trainee Aiden (Barry Sloane) was revealed on the Oct. 14 episode of Revenge. Apparently they were once lovers on separate missions: one to avenge the death of her father, and the other to find his sister. When all was said and done, Aiden betrayed Emily, thus becoming someone she could no longer trust.
Warning: Stop reading if you haven’t seen the fifth season finale of ‘True Blood.’ (Spoilers ahoy!)
Oh. My. Vampire. God. After a hit-or-miss season, True Blood‘s Aug. 26 finale was a non-stop barrage of perfection. When the dust finally settled, we were left with four characters dead, five characters born, and one mind-blowing question we’ll be pondering until June 2013: Is this really the end of the road for Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer)?
Ang searched high & low for someone to service her pool — and herself.
The Aug. 19 episode of Big Ang found our girl celebrating another birthday — she didn’t say how old she was turning, so I’ll continue assuming she’s “timeless” — and she did everything she could to feel young again: She rode a motorcycle, she got drunk, and she hired a sex slave… I mean cabana boy.
Humans vs. vampires vs. fairies? It’s getting hard to keep track of the sides — and the casualties. With only one more episode until True Blood‘s fifth season finale, we’ve basically reached an ‘every species for itself’ situation. While the humans threatened full-on war with the vampires Aug. 19, Russell (Denis O’Hare) went on a fairy-nomming…
Twelve Youtube performers made their best attempts at going viral last night, but only four rose victorious. Did your favorite act deliver a memorable routine?
After America’s finger-dialing votes, America’s Got Talent whittled down the playing field from 12 to four on the Aug. 15 episode. Despite explosive hype surrounding the performances last night, only a handful proved to be able to sustain a certain level of viral marketability. Plus, Karmin — the super hot duo that began as a YouTube cover group — scorched the stage and demonstrated exactly what it means to want the limelight.
Halloween is one of the best holidays ever, right? So it was no surprise the theatrical dance troupe stole the show with its delightfully succinct and haunting performance.
On the August 14 episode, America’s Got Talent returned after a three-week Olympic hiatus with a two-hour stroll down viral YouTube land. Twelve acts — all of whom participated in the online audition process — took to the flashy stage to impress. “They went from their room to our room,” judge Howie Mandel commented in the opening video montage. But whether it was nerves or simply a lack of talent, most of the performers failed to live up to the hype of the evening.
Stop reading if you haven’t watched the ‘Teen Wolf’ season finale. It’s spoiler time!
The saga of the Kanima finally came to an end on the Aug. 13 season finale of Teen Wolf, but not quite how anyone predicted. By the time the dust settled, a villain’s twisted plan was revealed, a blue-eyed werewolf was born, and a fan-favorite couple called it quits. Wolves these days… so dramatic.
It was the intense, dramatic episode of ‘Big Ang’ we’ve all been waiting for. I smell Emmys. For everybody.
Party’s over, folks. S**t got real on the Aug. 13 episode of Big Ang, as AJ Raiola was shipped off to Ryker’s Island after being busted for “allegedly” selling drugs. So how did Big Ang deal with her stress? Two ways: cooking (she literally bought $230 worth of meat for sauce), and hosing off her driveway. That’s right, even though Ang claims she’s “not a good hoser,” it’s apparently her go-to coping mechanism.
Sookie isn’t just screwed — she’s legally screwed! Will she have to fight Warlow in vampire court?
It seems like each new episode of True Blood reveals yet another traitor within the Vampire Authority, and that honor belonged to Russell (Denis O’Hare) on the Aug. 12 episode, as he formally gave his “f**k you” to Lilith and all of her brainless followers. He plans to go fairy hunting — Sookie (Anna Paquin) is obviously at the top of his menu — and synthesize the fae blood, just like the vampire scientists manufactured Tru Blood.
Poor Aria! The littlest liar got the shock of her life this week — Is this end of ‘Ezria’?
It was a night of brothers, babies and bombshells on the Aug. 7 episode of Pretty Little Liars — and no one in Rosewood was hit harder than Aria (Lucy Hale), who got more than she bargained for during a chat with Ezra’s (Ian Harding) little brother Wesley (Gregg Sulkin). Did I mention how beautiful the guys in that family are? Because they’re beautiful.
Plus, several major characters are now chilling on death’s door! Who will survive next week’s season finale?
Here’s a brain scratcher for you: Could Peter (Ian Bohen), who we’ve all believed to be as bad as they come, actually be one of the good guys? Just when the Kanima situation looked its bleakest on the Aug. 6 episode of Teen Wolf — I mean, Grandpappy Argent was literally sending Scott (Tyler Posey) telepathic death threats from the sidelines of a lacrosse game — Peter revealed the key to saving Jackson (Colton Haynes) from his lizard-y curse! And surprise, surprise: that key is Lydia (Holland Roden).
Between the family crisis and medical drama, this week’s ‘Big Ang’ felt more like an episode of ‘Ang’s Anatomy.’ Big Ang‘s life has been all fun-and-games this season, but s**t got real on the Aug. 5 episode of Big Ang, beginning with Little Louie’s emergency neutering. Even though I’m still not sure why Ang was suddenly…
Plus, two major characters find themselves on the wrong end of a gun. Find out who bit the bullet this week!
Here’s my first question about this week’s True Blood: Where has this episode been all season? Not only did the thousands of story lines finally start to connect Aug. 5, but even the really ridiculous ones — I’m looking at you, fire/smoke monster — became awesome. You know who didn’t became awesome, though? Bill (Stephen Moyer). He still kind of sucks.