All good things must come to an end! That also applies to fizzling Big Brother twists. Spoiler alert: If you haven't seen tonight's Big Brother episode yet, read no further!
Last week on The Strain, the eclipse finally occurred and the equilibrium in the game has changed. Vampires are slowly but surely taking over, and the window for defeat is shrinking. Tonight's episode was a perfect example of what happens when you stay true enough to the book to please fans, while at the same time adding enough new material into the mix to be different.
Choosing not to progress the sobering events at the end of last week’s episode, The Leftovers instead chooses to finally clue viewers into the events of the days prior to the Sudden Departure that led the series premiere. And I guess it’s no surprise that things weren’t completely hunky dory back then, either,
True Blood wrapped up its final season tonight. "Thank You" closed out the series with an ending that was strangely comprised mostly of ending, with a bit of set-up to push us toward the series' true death. Sure, there was blood and there were explosions and even a few moments to smile at. Most of all, there was a proper wrap-up to the story.
Doctor Who is back! If you need any other incentive to click the headline, you're probably not a fan. So come inside and find out why you should be!
Last week's episode of Big Brother was my least favorite of the season. This week's was my absolute favorite. It just goes to show of drastically things can change from one week to the next in any given season of this unpredictable reality TV competition.
Last week on The Strain, we witnessed the vampiric infection make itself known in the survivors of Flight 753. With Gabriel fully turned, and Joan on her way out, it looked as if The Master's plan was gaining steam. Tonight's episode had the most intense dispatching of a vampire that we've ever witnessed, and it wasn't even the beginning of the madness on display tonight.
What can possibly happen to Kevin next week? Will he finally read the National Geographic that had Cairo on the cover, perhaps stumbling upon a key to a lock to a hint of a ghost of a clue as to what is happening to him?
Well, this has to be my least favorite episode of Big Brother yet. Not only were two of my favorite houseguests on the block -- and one of them was evicted -- but to use a word overly used in the Big Brother house this season, my eyes literally glazed over during that football segment.
Whether or not we have good news about Big Brother all depends on if you want Nicole to say tonight or Donny. If you're a fan of both, then I guess there's no getting around this being bad news, especially if you saw last night's episode. One of them will be evicted tonight and the Live Feeds have given us a pretty strong indication of who.
Last night's episode of Big Brother revealed that the game is in full swing this season, with one conversation after the next, flips and twists and --coming soon-- a big reveal. Those who've been keeping up with the feeds know who won the Veto. The Veto Ceremony took place today and we now know whether or not it was used.
With time running out before the pivotal solar eclipse, good and evil are rushing to raise their armies. One side has a better hand than the other, and it looks like all bets will close soon.
“Solace for Tired Feet” is an episode that is all about the connections between fathers and sons. Not in a universal sense, but very specifically how all three of the Garvey boys’ are linked together, whether it’s mentally or physically.
Double eviction night! This is the kind of summer anx-citedness I look forward to! But I have to admit, tonight's episode didn't play out as I'd hoped. With a blindside during the first eviction, it would've been great to see that turn around and bite someone in the second. Alas, that wasn't the case. Spoilers from tonight's live episode of Big Brother ahead!
As much as I'm enjoying the current season of Big Brother, I'm not sure the season has really hit "game on" mode. This seems to be a week-to-week season, where each week, the houseguests evict whoever is convenient, and no one is all that divided or heated about who's staying and who's going.