I don’t watch a lot of TV and if I’m not with my grandchildren, I’m either ghost hunting or writing paranormal stories. When I do watch, I like stories that deal with the supernatural, science fiction, or horror, so it was really hard to come up with just five favorites. “The Walking Dead” is my #1 favorite and my reviews of this brilliant show can be found here at Biff Bam Pop! I’m also a fan of “Doctor Who” and “Firefly,” but I will save my reviews of these two for another time. So let’s begin with my Top Five after the jump.
This week: MTV attempts to remake the British cult classic The Inbetweeners, and True Blood ends the season with a high body count.
Monday August 20th
Hells Kitchen (9pm): The chefs’ abilities to teach are tested when they are challenged to instruct students to prepare recipes using only words for guidance.
WWE Raw (9pm): The fallout from last night’s SummerSlam. Brock Lesner is back and CM Punk is on his way to becoming a heel.
Major Crimes (9pm): The Closer’s well-watched spin-off debuts in its regular time slot with an episode that finds the division working a twisty homicide, Provenza chafing against the changes within the department and Raydor struggling to earn respect while keeping a close eye on Rusty. Susan Ward (Sunset Beach) guest-stars.
Grimm (10pm): Nick and his mother team up to fight the Mauvais Dentes. Meanwhile, details about Juliette’s affliction come to light as Monroe and Rosalee race against the clock to save her; Nick gets into trouble with the FBI; and Capt. Renard deals with his brother.
The Inbetweeners (10:30pm): SERIES PREMIERE! Will McKenzie (Joey Pollari) deals with changing schools and making new friends in the premiere of this American remake of the irreverent British sitcom about a group of not-entirely-cool adolescents.
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Even though my biggest fear in life is sharks, I have put together a special schedule for you Shark Week fanatics. The Discovery Channel celebrates its 25th year of Shark Week with a jam packed all new line-up of shark infested television. Read on for the full list along with what’s happening with your regular tv viewing schedule.
This week: Allison seeks revenge for her mother on Teen Wolf, it’s Walt’s birthday on Breaking Bad, and the authority begins their takeover in Bon Temps on True Blood.
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Lots of interesting stuff on television this week, including a history of all the various Batmobiles in pop culture. Find out what to watch this week after the jump!
This week: Breaking Bad returns!!
This week Charlie Sheen debuts his Anger Management and Weeds returns for its eighth and final season!
Monday June 25th
Hells Kitchen (8pm): The runway-show dinner proves distracting for some contestants, while others succeed despite the pressure to time the service perfectly with the show.
WWE Raw (9pm): Chris Jericho returns! Is Dolph Ziggler about to dump Vickie Guerrero?
Me @ The Zoo (9pm): HBO documentary starring YouTube sensation Chris Crocker. The documentary delves into the life of Chris who was made famous on the internet through numerous public videos, notably his video “Leave Britney Alone”, which garnered mainstream media attention
Teen Wolf (10pm): Derek becomes convinced that Lydia is the shapeshifter, forcing Scott to protect her. The Kanima will be revealed. (Now I’m thinking it’s Jackson?)