It’s Night 29 on "Survivor: Kaoh Rong" after Tribal Council, and Mark the Chicken is hanging out in the hammock waiting for everyone. Jason thinks he spoke well for himself, and he continues by talking to Cydney and Michele about who they want to take to the final three. Namely him.
And it might not be a bad idea, because Tai, Aubry and Joe are talking about the same thing.Read more
Philip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell) need a vacation – desperately – to ease the strain of their incredibly stressful lives.
For not only do they serve as KGB officers whose assignments could get them killed, they’re struggling to keep their arranged marriage intact, raise two teenagers, operate a travel agency and appear innocuous to a nosy FBI agent living next door.Read more
Well, here's one way to build excitement for your show's series finale: a rumor that a formerly beloved, very dead character might be making an appearance.Read more
The morning after Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) did the inevitable on "Game of Thrones" and fed his stepmother Walda (Elizabeth Webster) and her newborn son to his ravenous hounds, two readers wrote into my weekly chat with questions and comments that, taken together, pushed me to try to define a notoriously tricky subject: How much violence is too much on "Game of Thrones," or any other story set inRead more
You had to feel for Daniel Passino of Team Pharrell, who was sent home by “The Voice” voters on Tuesday after barely avoiding elimination last week.
He’d clearly taken last week’s near miss hard and, perhaps to some degree as a consequence, hadn’t performed terribly well on Monday.Read more
“Perhaps this was Mr. Galavan’s destiny all along,” Dr. Strange muses. I couldn’t agree more.
“Azrael” sets up the remaining episodes of Season 2 of "Gotham" nicely by reviving old grudges and giving them a new identity. While I usually can’t stand overhauling a character after a dramatic plot twist (see: Barbara becoming “sane” after her coma), this persona shift is what Galavan needs.Read more