August 2010 Archives
God I love the Dancing with the Stars rumor mill. In other news, I am a sad, sad person.
We've tabulated all of your votes from the semifinals and the finals, and though there were a few tight races, we're finally able to reveal who you chose as winners in our annual Tubey Awards. Vampire Diaries, Glee and Mad Men unsurprisingly took home a lot of wins, but there were plenty of upsets this year, thanks to those diehard Chuck and Firefly fans. We've got the awards broken down into categories, so you can easily jump right to see which awards the fans gave to Nathan Fillion and his Castle alter ego (hint: check Favorite Actor, Best Pop Culture Reference and Best "Hell Yeah" Moment).
For some reason, the news today has made my little movie-and-comic-book-nerd heart grow three sizes.
Next Monday night, after what is going to be a truly amazing Bachelor Pad episode ("Who has the worst boob job?" That show is so good I can't stand it) concludes, ABC will reveal the new cast of Dancing With the Stars. So naturally, rumors are already abounding as to who will be dancing for relevancy this fall, and most of them are pretty much the usual suspects. Let's go over their Dancing potential.
I once was lost, but now I'm... still kind of lost, so hopefully the Lost epilogue will clear some things up for me now that the Season 6 DVD is out.
Jennifer Aniston's descending upon yet another perfectly good show, and Sookeh and Bee-ehl got married in the real life.
The Creative Arts Emmys were held this past Saturday, and though most of the categories are for essential yet unglamorous jobs we don't care to hear about, they are increasingly cramming more and more actually important (to us) categories into the oft-overlooked Schmemmys. By way of PSA, here are the night's awards and winners you probably do care about that you shouldn't be looking for in the real Emmys broadcast this Sunday.
Carson Daly still exists and is employed. Will wonders never cease?
In a surprising move the other day, Chris Lambton, this season's final dumpee on The Bachelorette, turned down the offer to become the next Bachelor. We're pretty relieved because now we won't have to hear about how his dead mother is guiding his choice to find true love ad nauseam. Also, we might not be totally bored to tears. Since the show seems hell-bent on picking through their recycled wannabes instead of going after some fresh personalities, we've scanned through the recent couple of seasons to see who might actually make the next season of The Bachelor watchable. Well, more watchable than Jake, at the very least.
Today's news will probably elicit a fair share of hearty laughs (at Snooki's expense) and horrified gasps (new show about porn). Boozy Chelsea Handler is hosting arguably the most entertaining awards show on television and a much-beloved reverend is now a gay lover. My pearls could not be clutched more tightly.
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