Breaking Amish Part 2: Breaking Amisher.
Lifetime is really into the whole life-imitating-art thing -- if their movies count as art now.
It's (not gonna be) Britney (anymore), bitch.
The game begins again.
Oh, hell yes.
It seems that Rumplestiltskin won't be the only one who gets to see more of Once Upon a Time's Belle in Season 2.
In our now annual tradition, we're celebrating Mother's Day by calling out the very worst moms on TV this season. This year, we're particularly grateful that none of these women raised us. And the truly scary thing is that there's only two repeats from last year, and that's with leaving reality TV mothers off the list, which means there are some truly twisted matriarchs on the airwaves now.
See, there is life after Harry Potter!
When the pilot for the new Fox series Touch aired as a special preview this week, we got to see a subtle performance by a child actor who has to serve as the centerpiece of an emotional, complex series... without ever saying a single word. But David Mazouz, who plays Jake, the son of Kiefer Sutherland's character, effortlessly brings his autistic role to life. It's a challenge, but he's not the only underage actor out there who is turning out a scene-stealing performance. While we can't put him on this list after only one episode, we can salute these other kids and tweens who are currently capturing our attention:
Looks like everyone's renewing their contracts this month.