I got hooked on HBO's "Entourage" via my Netflix addiction, so I'm psyched that the show starts up its third season again on April 8 (along with the return of "The Sopranos.") Last we left Vince, the pretty boy had fired agent Ari, giving Jeremy Piven ample freak-out opportunities. Though HBO is keeping pretty damn quiet about what happens next, it has posted a "season tease" on the show's web site.
Admittedly, the utter dudeness of this show infuriates me at times, but there is plenty to love about it, so read more
"Lost" returned Wednesday night after its three-month hiatus, and I have to say, it was worth the wait, answering some questions and raising more (of course). In this first episode that features flashbacks of an Other, we learn a great deal about Juliet's past and what kind of research she used to do. We also got a glimpse into the practices of certain other Others, which you'll see in this very creepy clip I got from last night's show. Check out my full episode recap or, to watch the video, read more
After an outrageously long hiatus, "Lost" returns tomorrow, Feb. 7, at its new time of 10 p.m. This season has seemed a little desperate at times, trying feverishly to keep viewers riveted while the many, many plotlines spread out in chaotic ways, raising more questions than can possibly be answered. It’s been sometimes boring, and other times frustrating.
Still, like any addict, I can’t give it up! If you’ve forgotten some of the things that have happened in those six fall episodes (oh, they seem so long ago!), here’s a refresher.
Lots of other developments, so read more
Desperate Housewives was not at its best last season, and many people felt the series got a little cheesy and muddled. The first ten episodes of Season 3 seem promising, though, with many of the same old characters and antics, but also with new mysteries to mull over. In case you need a refresher course in what’s been going on so far on Wisteria Lane, read on.
Lynette grapples with the challenge of including Tom’s child Kayla in the Scavos’ lives, while trying to avoid Kayla’s mother, Nora. Nora, meanwhile, uses Kayla to manipulate her way into as many of the Scavo activities as possible. Tom decides he wants to leave the advertising world and open a pizza parlor, though Lynette thinks it’s a terrible and risky idea. Claiming to support Tom in whatever he does, Nora comes on to Tom, who rejects her. Then Lynette awesomely kicks open Nora’s door and tells her to keep her interactions with her husband and family strictly to dropping off Kayla at the house.
The following episode, titled “Bang” was the big shocker episode of the season. To find out why, read more