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Navya – 16th March 2012

After learning that Sugandha had compelled Navya to bring Anant home for Holi, Anant apologizes to Navya for yelling at her. Shankar Dayal, Saraswati and Omprakash plan to break Navya and Anant’s relationship to get Anant back. Saraswati and Shankar Dayal question Nimisha about the Holi incident but she hides the truth from them. Nimisha asks for Navya’s help in… Continue reading Navya - 16th March 2012

orphan-black-Tatiana-Maslany-bbc-america.jpgBBC America continues to expand into original programming with the upcoming sci-fi series “Orphan Black,” set to premiere March 30.

The show stars Tatiana Maslany as Sarah, a young woman who encounters a complete stranger who looks just like her moments before the stranger kills herself. Sarah assumes the stranger’s identity to escape from her own life, but realizes the freaky coincidence is only the beginning… Continue reading 'Orphan Black' trailer: BBC America's sexy new sci-fi show premieres March 30

Bade Acche Lagte Hai – Episode 171 – 20th March 2012

Bade Acche Laggte Hai is the story of two strangers getting married … and falling in love. Priya is a happy go lucky woman in her early 30s, not married so far and quite sure that she wouldn’t be able to get married ever. She takes tuitions for college students and is happy with… Continue reading Bade Acche Lagte Hai - Episode 171 - 20th March 2012

Conspiracy 365: ‘March’ Photo Recap

Episode three sees teen fugitive Cal hang out in broad daylight a lot, and still not get caught. Note: you should suspend your disbelief immediately.

So, as you may or may not recall, Cal was about to be run over by a train at the end of the previous episode (these people know how to do cliff hangers). Luckily, he’s screaming for help rather than being at all proactive about pulling… Continue reading Conspiracy 365: 'March' Photo Recap

TV.com’s Swell-o-vision vs. Hell-o-vision (March 3)

The Oscars celebrated the best of film on Sunday, but we’ve gone one step further to celebrate the best and the worst of television this week. Behold:

The Downton Abbey rap

The finest rhymes about fancy English people you’ll hear all day. Probably.

Jermaine Jones and Ryan Seacrest standing next to each other on the Idol stage

It was just a really funny image when they were facing one another and talking and Jermaine… Continue reading TV.com's Swell-o-vision vs. Hell-o-vision (March 3)