I have braved my crippling fear or the horror genre by catching up on this season of American Horror Story: Coven. Luckily the creative writing, impressive acting (I’m looking at you Kathy Bates and Jessica Lange), and a damn good soundtrack has made up for any nightmares it may have caused.
My pick of the week to celebrate the forthcoming Halloween and Biff Bam Pop’s 31 Days Of Horror is American Horror Story: Coven’s fourth episode “Fearful Pranks Ensue” airing this Wednesday on FX. Check out the trailer below and read on for a brief synopsis of what witchy things we can expect this week.
Glee’s third episode of the season which airs this Thursday at 9pm is titled “The Quarterback” and will be a tribute to Finn Hudson, the lovable football jock with the heart of gold.
Cory Monteith who played Finn Hudson during the first four seasons of the show passed away on July 13th this year at the age of 31. An autopsy revealed that the actor died of “mixed drug toxicity, involving heroin and alcohol.”
The episode was filmed about a month after Cory died, and the emotion is real. Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy recently said in an interview, “What you will see in the episode is what really happened,” Murphy said of the hour. “…those performances that you’ll see, almost everything in that episode is from the first take of every performance because the actors and the crew had a really hard time shooting it. I’ve never seen a crew that you can’t continue shooting because they’ve left the room sobbing”
Yes, Breaking Bad is done but that doesn’t mean that wonderfully written, life changing, mind blowing television goes to the grave with it. Case in point: Sons Of Anarchy.
This pick of the week was hard for me, because after last week’s episode ended, it looked like we could be saying our final goodbye to my favourite character. Who knows what this week will bring, and that’s the beauty of Sons Of Anarchy, and its creator Kurt Sutter. He isn’t afraid of or influenced by what anyone thinks, so all of these situations are coming from that messed up head of his that we love so much. If his vision includes violently murdering someone that we care for so much, he’s going to do it and not even think twice about it. Check out the trailer for Episode 4 “Wolfsangel” below and read on for some more thoughts on this week’s episode airing Tuesday night at 10pm. OBVIOUS WARNING: Major spoilers ahead if you’re not caught up.
I’m so worried for my DVR. This is the week where we all get serious. Our favourite shows are coming back, new ones are starting, things are overlapping. I have serious anxiety about what I’m going to watch, what I’m going to record and when am I going to have the time to see it all! It was really hard to pick just one show as my TV pick of the week. I chose Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. because you can’t really go wrong. People are already talking about it, you know it’s going to get the ratings, it’s based around a well-known and well-loved character, and… Joss Whedon. Check out the trailer and read on for a quick synopsis of the series and what you can expect from Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
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The kids are back to school, the leaves are changing colour, there’s a crisp in the air, and Biff Bam Pop’s Fall TV Schedule is here! Dust off your remote and clear your PVRs, it’s going to be a busy couple of months! Read on for a full list of all the premieres, finales and specials happening in September and October.
Yes…I know summer is about enjoying the outdoors, soaking up some sun, having bbq’s, drinking on patios, and spending time away from you TV. But don’t forget, you will also need something to do on those rainy days, or when you’re recovering from sun stroke, hangovers, or food poisoning from your neighbour’s bbq. That’s where good TV comes in. This summer’s viewing schedule is full with brand new seasons of some tv fanatic faves, as well as brand new series that are worth checking out, and don’t forget the must-watch final seasons of Dexter and Breaking Bad. Read on for a quick preview of the one’s you’ll definitely need to put in your calendar!
I have no idea how we lasted without Game Of Thrones for almost NINE months, but let’s begin by giving ourselves a pat on the back for staying strong. Now our reward is coming to us in 3 days, when Season 3 of the epic fantasy series once again takes over our lives. Nine months is a long time. We all could’ve carried and birthed a child in that time, making it more difficult to remember where we left the characters when Season 2 ended. Below you will find a quick recap to refresh your memory and then keep reading for some Season 3 scoop!
This week: The History Channel teaches us about Vikings, Chang returns to Greendale on Community, and Law & Order SVU takes on Rihanna and Chris Brown.
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NBC announced last week that the hour-long series finale of The Office will air on Thursday, May 16th at 9:00pm. The finale will mark a major milestone with it being the show’s 200th episode, wrapping up nine seasons of the hit comedy series. Former Scranton boss Michael Scott (Steve Carrell) has confirmed that he will not be returning for the finale (we hope he’s bluffing), but former employees Ryan (B.J. Novak), Kelly (Mindy Kaling), and Gabe (Zach Woods) will make an appearance in the finale. The “Scranton Strangler” will also be revealed when Toby visits the accused in prison to determine his true guilt.
This week: Will we find out whose severed arm is at the bottom of the ocean on Revenge? Will and Emma finally get their wedding day on Glee, and Anthony Edwards returns to the small screen on Zero Hour.
What will you be watching?
Monday February 11th
How I Met Your Mother (8pm): Ted is gun-shy about breaking up with his wacky new girlfriend. Meanwhile, Robin finally breaks down and holds baby Marvin, and finds herself becoming incredibly attached to the little guy.
The Carrie Diaries (8pm): Carrie reconnects with an old friend who invites her to his mom’s dinner party. Meanwhile, Mouse is anxious about reuniting with Seth, so she turns to Walt for advice; Maggie fights to keep her favorite spot at the diner; and Tom ponders dating again.
Bones (8pm): Brennan is shot while working late at the lab, but her condition is further complicated by logic-defying visions of her deceased mother. Meanwhile, the team’s investigation of the incident reveals that the perpetrator may be linked to the Jeffersonian.
Continuum (8pm): Keira must protect her Grandmother from Liber8.
The Following (9pm): Maggie plots Hardy’s demise; Paul reveals a secret of Emma’s. In other events, Hardy and Claire’s history together is recalled.
Being Human (9pm): Liam is determined to turn Josh and Nora against Aidan, who has more immediate concerns when Kenny begins to suspect that Aidan is a vampire. Meanwhile, Sally and Max grow closer at the funeral home.
Dallas (9pm): Christopher desperately works on a key deal as the future of Ewing Energies dims. Meanwhile, J.R.’s machinations continue, compelling John Ross to choose between a Ewing and a Barnes; and Cliff Barnes returns for a surprise meeting.
Castle (10pm): Castle and Beckett investigate the homicide of an emerging reality star who was part of the cast of “The Wives of Wall Street.” Meanwhile, Castle runs into trouble as he searches for a Valentine’s Day present for Beckett.
Lost Girl (10pm): Bo discovers a link between people dissolving into piles of goo and a swingers’ club. At the same time, she takes bold action to put an end to Kenzi’s clingy behavior.
Deception (10pm): Faced with the truth about her real parents, Mia runs away with Kyle to a friend’s empty vacation home. At the same time, Will goes to Edward’s house looking for answers about Vivian’s murder.
Hawaii Five-0 (10pm): Five-0 investigates the murder of a traditional Hawaiian fighting master. Meanwhile, McGarrett hires a private investigator to follow his mother.