Revenge has never looked this chic.
Would you give this woman a People's Choice Award? (Apparently, you did.)
Do you know where you were when you first caught VD? I was in my living room, watching the CW.
The NCIS crews are in the hizzouse!
The sun bursts through the clouds today after several days' worth of depressing news... except for the usual loads of crap Project Runway shovels on us. Come on!
Katherine Heigl is a baby-blocker, and Jim Breuer is bogarting that ex-SNLer sitcom money. And America loves NCIS shows. Who knew! Oh, yeah -- everybody knew.
The third day of upfronts brought us the endurance test that is the CBS presentation, held for the umpteenth year in freezing-cold Carnegie Hall. And once again, I was bemused by how defensive the executives sounded while touting the most successful network on television. CBS has the most popular drama (CSI), the most popular comedy (Two and a Half Men) and the most popular new show of the 2008-09 season (The Mentalist). And yet there's this undercurrent of resentment towards their lower-rated, but far "cooler," competitors that's actually fascinating from an armchair psychologist's perspective.
The ridiculously popular NCIS has officially spun off into SoCal, with, really, a brilliantly guilty pleasure-tastic cast. LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell are buddy cops who investigate crimes committed against military personnel, and the principal from Kindergarten Cop is their boss. Fair enough. I like all those people, and generally think they're fun to watch running around doing important things, but I feel the same way about Mark Harmon. Doesn't mean I watch NCIS every week.