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The events in the Big Brother house this week proved this show doesn't need big twists or takeovers to make the live feeds entertaining. These houseguests came to play. Well, most of them did. And with a showmance on the block this week, there was no shortage of game talk talk.
Julie delivered the news many fans wanted to hear at the start of tonight's episode of Big Brother. No, I'm not talking about the twin twist, though that resolution was also welcome.
Eph and Nora may have found the key to stopping the vampires, and a new initiative is cleaning up the streets of Staten Island. Could this work, or is it all too little too late? Here's our recap of The Strain's "Fort Defiance."
What a weird week in the Big Brother house. We've seen people react poorly to being backdoored, but Audrey may have redefined that, first by sitting out the Veto Ceremony and missing her own nomination, and then spending days inside the Have Not room, barely speaking to anyone.
The Strain continues to spread through New York. Some hands look helpful, while others do the dirty work; but who's to be trusted?
If there's a word to describe this week of Big Brother, "uncomfortable" comes to mind. Maybe awkward. Between the Liz/Austin jealousy narrative featured in tonight's episode, and Jeff's efforts to try to stay, not to mention the relatively pointless Gronk Party twists, something just felt off
The Strigoi are out to play again, and tonight's season premiere of The Strain has shown they're playing for keeps. Read on to see how it all got kicked off, and where we think it's heading.
So much Big Brother, so little time in the live episode to actually cover it all. Spoilers ahead from tonight's episode of Big Brother, including which houseguest was evicted...
The second part of the two-night Big Brother Season 17 premiere aired tonight, introducing the remaining houseguests and the first official BB Takeover... assuming the Entertainment Tonight Kevin Frazier appearance last night doesn't count.
While Game of Thrones has was never been shy about dishing out misery and misfortune to its main characters, Sunday’s Season 5 finale may have proven to be the most wantonly woeful single episode in the series’ history for just about everyone that matters. Spoilers abound.
For the past four episodes, we’ve watched and sympathized with Matt Dillon’s Special Agent Ethan Burke, who clearly had no idea what the hell was up with this oddball town where escaping is against “the rules.” And tonight's episode changed everything.
Season 5 of Game of Thrones has stumbled perhaps more than any other but last week’s game-changing installment was a possible ‘Best in Show.’ Can “Dance with Dragons” live up to the fantasy’s other spectacular penultimate episodes? If you like dragons, you won’t be disappointed.
Instead of bottle episodes, Game of Thrones does battle episodes. After the staggering success of its first season, the HBO’s fantasy series has slipped installment encompassing showdowns into two of the next three. Well, with “Hardhome,” it’s now three of the next four. That’s how it was being touted at least.
Rotten Tomatoes is certainly not the be-all and end-all when it comes to film and television criticism but when a series that has never dipped below 90% is suddenly ‘rotten,’ that’s saying something. Game of Thrones earned that 58% with a truly subpar outing last week. Was “The Gift” a return to form?
A season of small-scale storytelling on Supernatural could only end in an abandoned Mexican restaurant in Nebraska. Season 10 dropped the typical end-of-the-world season-long arc in favor of a dilemma that pushed Sam and Dean’s brotherly bond to its breaking point.