This week's list is filled with people who wasted our valuable TV watching time. Don't they care that they are taking up hours that could be spent rewatching episodes of Game of Thrones?
The E! Upfront felt very true to the E! Network brand -- the red carpet was fenced by fangirls and boys screaming at the top of their lungs whenever a new celebrity arrived, the party's decor was like being inside of someone's swanky living room, the presentation was completely phoned-in and all of the big E! stars left within an hour of the party (sadly, the Burning Love gang never even showed up)... save for Ryan Lochte, who was too engulfed in a sea of drooling women with camera phones (present company included) to escape with the rest of his new coworkers. Compare this to the Bravo Upfronts presentation, where there were at least a few risks taken programming-wise, and then the Bravo party, where those no-good reality stars at least stayed well into the night -- though realistically, they were probably contractually obligated to. But still. It was way more fun and better planned.
Last spring, ABC experimented with the short-run series model that's so popular abroad (think the Israeli show Prisoner of War, which beget Homeland here), ordering up a ten-episode, single-season run of the Taken knock-off Missing, starring Ashley Judd in the Liam Neeson role of a vengeful parent searching for a kidnapped kid. Although the series was constructed with a definite endpoint in mind, the finale carefully left room for another batch of episodes should the show prove to be a hit. It wasn't. But the network is giving the concept a second chance with Red Widow, another limited-run series that aired the first two of its eight hours tonight.
Vanderpump Rule #215: When Dancing with the Stars calls, you say yes.
Another one bites the dust.
You can't keep a good slayer down.
Great -- another awards show for Modern Family to undeservedly sweep.
With all the damage incurred by Hurricane Sandy, the cast of Jersey Shore is stepping in to do their part in the coast's recovery.
Celebs are coming together to help the Jersey Shore... the place, not the show.
Narrowing this week's heinous people down to five was a true challenge. We couldn't even include Abby Lee Miller throwing a chair on Dance Moms, Buddy from The Cake Boss trying to set the transgender movement back by insulting our beloved Drag Race alum Carmen Carrera (mostly because the worst of it was online), Ramona from The Real Housewives of New York interrupting a fight of her own design in order to talk about getting her nails done or Slade acting even grosser than usual about the possibility of marrying Gretchen on Real Housewives of Orange County. Here's who did make our list:
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