What to watch on Monday, January 9…
It’s Monday and it’s freezing, but before you roll over and call out sick today, remember that TV never tastes so good as it does after a long hard day of work. And THESE things are gonna be so delicious:
10pm, ABCCastleTonight the team looks into the mysterious case of a womanizer with a mysterious double life who mysteriously falls to his death following his… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: Castle, The Bachelor, and Pretty Little Liars
It’s here, y’all. “The Bachelor” is back on our television screens. Who’s excited?! (Also: No spoilers in the comments please).
Things kick off with a montage of Ben doing outdoorsy things on his winery, then Chris Harrison (how I’ve missed you) gives us an intro and away we go.
Highlights of the girls’ introduction montage include:
- Lindzi claims she was once broken up with via text that
What to watch on Monday, January 2…
Normally everyone’s like, “Aw naw, Monday.” But today it’s more like, “Okay, Monday!” It’s a whole new year, and with it comes new goals and ‘tudes. Let’s do it right in 2012, starting with watching some good TV:
8pm, CBSHow I Met Your MotherThis season’s sad/funny antics continue when Marshall visits his father’s grave in order to continue their tailgating tradition. Elsewhere, Barney and Ted… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: The Bachelor, Pretty Little Liars, and Hawaii Five-0
Spoiler site Reality Steve has been the go-to destination for “The Bachelor”-related dirt for a while now, but now the show’s producers are fighting back against the online leaks.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Bachelor” producers filed suit on Dec. 7 against Stephen Carbone (Reality Steve himself) for getting
… A survey by Experian-Simmons researched the TV-watching habits of political elephants and donkeys and found some interesting results: Republicans like NCIS, Swamp Loggers, Jay Leno, and The Bachelor, while Democrats prefer Treme, 30 Rock, David Letterman, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. As far as trends go, Republicans prefer reality television and procedurals, whereas Democrats veer toward comedies and late-night TV. Where do you stand? [EW]
… The… Continue reading News Briefs: Republicans Like The Bachelor, Democrats Like Glee