TVLine Items: Lori Loughlin Works Blue, a General Hospital Return and More
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Department of Homeland Security, meet your newest recruit: Peri Gilpin.
UnREAL Creator Reacts to Bachelor Host Chris Harrison's 'Terrible' Review
UnREAL Is 'Terrible,' Bachelor Host Chris Harrison Incorrectly Claims
Who snuck sour grapes into Chris Harrison‘s lunchbox? In a new interview, the Bachelor host tears into UnREAL — Lifetime’s fictional behind-the-scenes look at a reality dating show — with some choice words for the drama. READ MORE
ABC Orders Bachelor in Paradise After-Show (They Cancelled Selfie for This?!)
In what might very well be a naked ploy to court advertisers from the condoms and antibiotics sectors, ABC is giving an after-show to Bachelor in Paradise (AKA Reality-Show Rejects and Their Indiscriminate/Horrifying Hookups). READ MORE
TVLine Items: Celebrity Deathmatch Returns, Orphan Black Binge and More
Yet another ’90s TV reboot is stepping into the ring.
TVLine Items: SOAPnet Serves Up Brothers & Sisters Feast, FX Ratings Surge and More!
SOAPnet is giving Brothers & Sisters fans something to be grateful for this Thanksgiving: an eight episode marathon! READ MORE
The Bachelor Recap: Brad Vs. the Volcano
Things begin ominously this week on The Bachelor. Brad takes the eight remaining women — D-Cup, Tragic Mom, Crazy Town, Embalmer, Shopgirl, Teeth, Other Blonde, and Whatshername — to scenic Costa Rica, then points to an active volcano in the distance. Suddenly, I can’t shake a mental fast-forward to Chris Harrison making an announcement at the most dramatic rose ceremony ever: “Ladies, there is only one rose left. Whichever one of you does not receive a rose will be driven to the mouth of the volcano and hurled into its fiery depths, a sacrifice to ensure our continued Monday night ratings and the survival of our most popular franchise marriage between Trista and Ryan.” …READ MORE
The Bachelor Recap: Ken Doll Goes to Vegas
I’m pretty sure it wasn’t ABC’s intention to have Brad Womack, current leading man of its Bachelor franchise, outfitted like a live-action Ken Doll this week, but each of his three dates conjured up the idea that the drawling hunk of plastic was nothing more than a blank canvas onto which a variety of fantasies could be projected. (Hey, if the Mattel shoe fits…) …READ MORE