Guess who's back.
There's been a lot of debate recently about whether MTV's Skins actually represents "real" teenage life and what sort of supposedly terrible example it's setting, but judging by the rest of the television landscape, there could be a lot worse places to send your fictional children to school. Here's our ranking of TV's least educational institutions of learning:
Cleveland just got fleetingly hotter.
It's that time of year when networks are finalizing their fall line-ups and deciding which current shows to keep or cancel. And while we'd like to see underrated procedural Detroit 1-8-7 get another chance, as well as the ridiculous, nonsensical guilty pleasure Off the Map continue, there are a plenty of other "bubble" shows that truly deserve to get their bubbles burst, freeing their casts and producers to seek better luck elsewhere. Here are the ones that most need to be axed, for everyone's sake:
Remember these two rays of sunshine? Well, you might be getting them back. Joy.
Part of the reason we keep going back to ABC's new super-powers show No Ordinary Family is the cast; specifically, Shield alum Michael Chiklis as the family's super-strong dad and Dexter's Julie Benz as the super-fast mom. With a new episode airing tonight, we were able to get an exclusive one-on-two interview with the power couple, and ask them about costumes, fans and where all the super-bad guys are at.
Get ready for more Real Housewives. And more Real Housewives. And probably even more Real Housewives after that.