Miss Hurley? Want to watch him be an expert on Alcatraz? Your very specific desire is in the process of being met!
When Bridalplasty, the new E! reality show where women will weaponize their self-loathing and battle each other to win plastic surgery procedures in time for their wedding was announced a couple months ago, we figured it was OK to laugh at it because it wasn't a reality yet. It was just an insane idea that sounded like something out of Idiocracy, and that soon E! would realize how much crap Fox caught for The Swan and maybe decide it wasn't worth it and scrap the whole ridiculous thing. But then a teaser trailer hit the internet today, and this thing got real.
Watch out: The Punisher is coming to your television screen.
The Hot Tamale Train is finally pulling back into the station...
Both Lone Star and J.Lo's careers got lengthened a tiny bit today. Way to hustle, guys.
Brenchel continues their quest to dominate reality TV, one CBS show at a time.
It's almost not fair for Fox to hold their Upfront presentation the same day as NBC's. The difference between the networks is night and day, with Fox premiering a handful of huge, splashy new shows while boasting their many existing hits and 7-years-at-number-one track record, while NBC is trying to bounce back from a completely failed 2010 programming slate with an entirely new one and only one certified ratings hit in The Voice. So, even though quite a few of Fox's new shows look abysmal, I really can't feel too sorry for them. Let's take a look at what's new.
Tim Gunn made me cry again.
Sure. Try it without Helen Mirren. Can't see what could possibly be wrong with that.
This past week, each of the broadcast networks unveiled their fall and midseason lineups at their annual upfront presentations for advertisers and media. While a bunch of the new shows look like they could be dead on arrival, and none totally blew us away, there were a handful of programs that we're definitely already excited about. Here's our early picks for what might be worth watching this fall and next winter/spring.