Even the stars of Revolution don't understand why so many people are watching their show.
The Glee kids are about to get real Bad...
Prepare yourself for many a monologue about the industry...
Some sad news today -- the Jackass crew has lost one of its own.
Last night in the middle of Dancing With the Stars, ABC halfheartedly announced that Brad Womack is the once and future Bachelor. Given the fact that they snuck this in with little or no hoopla and didn't take the opportunity to do a special, or hype it ad nauseum as a special press announcement by Chris Harrison during DWTS, I'm thinking they are pretty embarrassed that this was the best they could do. I understand that Chris L. wisely decided that he'd humiliated his family enough during his stint on The Bachelorette, but I find it hard to believe that there were no other Bachelor-adjacent folks who wanted to sell their souls to ABC for some more screen time.
You'd think that people would know better than to do blackface on national TV (or anywhere else, really), but you would sadly be wrong.
Apparently, audiences don't like watching women crying hysterically behind closed bathroom doors -- but they love Ryan Seacrest. Who knew?
The Golden Globes might get a whole lot more offensive... again.
It's nearly Valentine's Day and while we could delight in recalling the romantic TV couples that made us swoon in the past, or list the cute almost-couples we want to have hook up now, we've opted instead to focus on current pairings who just have no business at all being together. Perhaps we've just got cold black hearts, but we'd love to see these folks split up for everyone's sake, especially viewers like us.
Decidedly non-evil news for Community fans.