Although Brandi Glanville has already confirmed her long-rumored departure on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills , Bravo’s Andy Cohen holds out hope that the 42-year-old reality star will return for season 6. During Tuesday’s The Howard Stern Show , Cohen told Howard Stern that he “would love to” have Glanville back and that he hopes that his blessing for her return makes it a “done deal.” BuddyTV Works Better with Prime Do you have Prime?
Last time on Empire , Lucious thwarted a hostile take-over attempt by Cookie, Hakeem, Andre and Anika. He also had Frank Gathers killed in prison when Gathers discovered that Cookie had ratted him out to get a lighter sentence.
Night four of the Blind Auditions for The Voice featured the second duo act of season 9, along with many other talented solo artists. The coaches are starting to get more picky with who they’ll turn their chairs for, but nine more spots were filled nonetheless. BuddyTV spoke with those advancing artists during a conference call.
Medical shows have been a staple of primetime television since it’s earliest days. But the success of NBC’s E.R. in the 1990s set the bar very high for the genre. Each time a TV series set in a hospital emergency room premieres, the first question asked by most viewers and critics is “can this be the new E.R.
The BAU is going to be down at least a couple of team members when Criminal Minds season 11 begins, and filling one of those gaps is Aisha Tyler, who will be recurring as Dr. Tara Lewis, a forensic psychologist. In the premiere, “The Job,” Dr. Lewis is a just an impressive potential new team member who helps with the latest case, a serial killer leaving distinctive marks on victims’ faces.
Like many second episodes, Blindspot ’s “A Stray Howl” is mostly a retread of the pilot. There’s a lot of regurgitation of the premise and exposition, but the second installment feels
In the second part of Castle ’s two part season premiere, “XX”, the show combines clever narrative devices, a twisty plot, and just the right amount of wackiness to create one of the better episodes it’s done in a while. It’s exciting! It’s fun! It has trapdoors! And then we get to the ending.
For a show about precognition, Minority Report has an impressive number of flashbacks and the second episode, “Mr. Nice Guy,” begins with one.
Well, we got just what we were promised in the season two premiere of How to Get Away With Murder . We find out who killed Rebecca, and we get a lot of little crumbs to how the season will hopefully play out. In “It’s Time to Move On,” Annalise and Frank put their heads together to figure out who killed Rebecca. As a way to distract her from Rebecca’s murder and Nate’s upcoming murder trial, Annalise sets her sights on a new high-profile case.
“So you might be thinking, I’ve been here before. This is familiar. This old hat