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Comic-Con TV Roundup


Another San Diego Comic-Con came to an end this Sunday and it came with so much TV news and trailers. It seemed like TV was really the star of the con and for the first time overtook film at the big event. There were first looks at highly anticipated new series, teasers for upcoming seasons and news on some of our favorite long running series.  Take a look at all the trailers and enjoy.

Legion – FX

FX’s series Legion is a new X-Men series from Marvel that had its coming out party at Comic-Com this weekend with the release of its first trailer. The series is an origin story of David Haller, who comic book fans know as the mutant Legion. The series will premiere some time in 2017.

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Teen Wolf Ending with Final Season 6: Watch Trailer from Comic-Con | Variety


Teen Wolf will end with a final Season 6 after 100 episodes; watch the new trailer for the last season, which debuted at Comic-Con.

Source: Teen Wolf Ending with Final Season 6: Watch Trailer from Comic-Con | Variety


YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! April 16th cannot come soon enough. I LOVE AWKWARD!!!

TVLine

Awkward Season 3 SpoilersGet ready for another Awkward year of high school.

Season 3 of MTV’s teen comedy will premiere Tuesday, April 16 at 10/9c, the network announced on Monday.

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Prior to the special one-hour debut, the series will roll out the first of its online-only webisodes on MTV.com. Future installments, which will have a storyline that compliments the on-air action, will be available throughout the season.

Additionally, MTV released a new Season 3 trailer (scroll down and press PLAY), as well as the following two-sentence teaser of Episodes 1 and 2 (WARNING: major spoilers)…

“In the season three premiere episode, Jenna’s junior year brings a wave of surprises and changes that potentially will impact her future in an indelible way. And in the second episode, the death of classmate will leave Jenna to reflect on loss, grieving, and…

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Christmas Marathons


It’s Christmas weekend and a million marathons are happening across all networks.  Here are the ones happening from Sunday, December 23 – Tuesday, December 25.

Sunday TV Marathons

A&E has 16 episodes of Storage Wars….
AMC is playing Miracle on 34th Street 10 times.
BBC America has five episodes of On Thin Ice.
BET is playing four parts of the Roots miniseries.
Bravo has five episodes of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Centric has 22 episodes of The Cosby Show.
Chiller has 10 episodes of Fear Factor followed by six episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Destination America has six episodes of BBQ Pitmasters.
Discovery Fit & Health has six episodes of Untold Stories of the E.R.
ESPN2 has eight episodes of World Series of Poker.
Food Network has nine episodes of Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.
GSN has seven episodes of The American Bible Challenge.
H2 has six episodes of Ancient Discoveries.
Hallmark Channel has Christmas themed TV movies all day long.
Hallmark Movie Channel is playing Murder, She Wrote episodes and TV movies all day.
HGTV has six episodes of Love It or List It.
The Hub has six episodes of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
ION has seven Christmas themed TV movies.
Lifetime has six Christmas holiday themed TV movies.
Lifetime Movie Network is playing four Christmas holiday themed movies.
MTV2 has 12 episodes of Ridiculousness tonight.
NickToon has 10 episodes of The Fairly OddParents.
Oxygen has 10 episodes of Snapped.
Science has five episodes of Geologic Journey early followed by six episodes of What the Ancients Knew today and six episodes of Biblical Mysteries Explained.
Speed has 10 episodes of Hot Rod TV.
Spike TV has 13 episodes of Ink Master.
style has 10 episodes of Sex and the City.
Syfy is playing six Star Trek movies.
TLC has seven episodes of Toddlers & Tiaras.
TNT has five episodes of Law & Order early and later is playing The Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
truTV has five episodes of Top 20 Most Shocking today.
TV Land has 14 episodes of Roseanne.
USA Network has nine episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Velocity has 21 episodes of American Hot Rod.
WE tv has 10 episodes of Braxton Family Values.

Christmas Eve TV Marathons

A&E has five episodes of The First 48 followed by 14 episodes of Duck Dynasty.
ABC Family has six Christmas themed movies including The Santa Clause 1-3.
AMC is playing five holiday classic movies.
BBC America has 10 episodes of James May’s Toy Stories early followed by nine episodes of Top Gear.
BET is playing all six parts of the Roots miniseries.
Bravo has eight episodes of The Real Housewives of Atlanta today.
Chiller has 24 episodes of Dead Like Me.
Cloo has 24 episodes of Psych.
Destination America has 15 episodes of Lottery Changed My Life.
Discovery Channel has 15 episodes of Moonshiners.
Discovery Fit & Health has 15 episodes of Undercover Boss.
DIY has 10 episodes of Holmes on Homes tonight.
Food Network has nine episodes of Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives tonight.
gmc is playing five Christmas holiday themed movies today.
Golf Channel has six episodes of Feherty early.
GSN has 10 episodes of Minute to Win It early followed by 12 episodes of Family Feud.
Hallmark Channel has five Christmas themed TV movies tonight.
HGTV has five episodes of Love It or List It early.
History has 40 episodes of Pawn Stars.
ID has five episodes of Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda followed by 10 episodes of Disappeared tonight.

ION has six Christmas themed TV movies.

Lifetime has six Christmas holiday themed TV movies.
Military has seven episodes of Secrets of World War II.
MLB Network has 21 episodes of Prime 9.
MSNBC has nine episodes of Caught on Camera.
MTV has eight episodes of Teen Mom 2.
MTV2 has 12 episodes of Ridiculousness.
Nat Geo Wild has seven episodes of Wild Wives of Africa.
NBA TV is playing the documentary movie Hoop Dreams four times and another six tomorrow.
Science is playing the whole season of Firefly.
Spike TV has 17 episodes of Deadliest Warriors.
TBS begins playing A Christmas Story tonight 12 times into tomorrow.
TLC has 15 episodes of Cake Boss early followed by 17 episodes of Long Island Medium.
TNT has nine episodes of The Mentalist.
truTV has nine episodes of truTV Presents: World’s Dumbest… and five episodes of Top 20 Most Shocking in late night.
TV One has 12 episodes of Martin early and later eight episodes of R&B Divas.
Universal HD has 24 episodes of Charlie’s Angels.
USA Network has 12 episodes of NCIS.
Velocity has 42 episodes of Chasing Classic Cars.
VH1 has five episodes of Undateable early and later 15 episodes of T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle tonight.
WE tv has 38 episodes of Roseanne.

Christmas Day TV Marathons

A&E has 20 episodes of Storage Wars tonight.
ABC Family has The Santa Clause 1-3 followed by three more Christmas themed movies.
Animal Planet has 14 episodes of Call of the Wildman: More Live Action! tonight.
BBC America has 14 episodes of Doctor Who.
BET is playing all seven parts of the Roots: The Next Generationsminiseries.
BIO has 16 episodes of The UneXplained tonight.
Chiller has 24 episodes of The Secret Circle.
Cloo has 24 episodes of Burn Notice.
Cooking Channel has 10 episodes of Extra Virgin today.
Destination America has 14 episodes of Swamp Loggers early followed by 12 episodes of Hillbilly Blood tonight.
Discovery Channel has 11 episodes of Alaska: The Last Frontier.
Discovery Fit & Health has 15 episodes of Untold Stories of the E.R..
DIY has 20 episodes of Holmes on Homes.
Food Network has five episodes of Chopped All-Stars tonight.
FX is playing How to Train Your Dragon six times.
G4 is playing The Karate Kid I-III twice.
gmc is playing four Christmas holiday themed movies today.
Golf Channel has six episodes of Feherty early.
GSN has 16 episodes of Match Game early.
Hallmark Channel has all 12 of this year’s new Christmas themed TV movies.
HGTV has 22 episodes of House Hunters… today.
History has 24 episodes of American Restoration tonight.
ID has 24 episodes of Nightmare Next Door.
IFC is playing the six part Monty Python: Almost the Truth (The Lawyer’s Cut) today.
ION has six Christmas themed TV movies today.
Lifetime has eight Christmas holiday themed TV movies today.
Logo has 10 episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race… today.
Military has 24 episodes of The World at War.
MSNBC has 18 episodes of Caught on Camera.
MTV2 has 12 episodes of Rob & Big tonight.
Nat Geo has 10 episodes of Brain Games tonight.
Nat Geo Wild has 19 episodes of The Incredible Dr. Pol.
NBA TV is playing the documentary movie Hoop Dreams six times today.
Oxygen has eight episodes of America’s Next Top Model early followed by 15 episodes of The Bad Girls Club.
Science has 18 episodes of Fringe.
Speed has 24 episodes of Dumbest Stuff on Wheels.
style has 19 episodes of Tia & Tamera.
Syfy has 26 episodes of K9 today.
TBS is playing A Christmas Story 10 times today.
TLC has 11 episodes of Undercover Boss.
TNT has 11 episodes of Rizzoli & Isles.
Travel Channel has 20 episodes of Man v. Food…
truTV has 10 episodes of All Worked Up early followed by 16 episodes ofHardcore Pawn.
USA Network is playing all four Indiana Jones movies two times.
Velocity has 21 episodes of Overhaulin’.
VH1 has 12 episodes of Pop-Up Video early and later the five-part The 100 Greatest Kid Stars followed by the five-part 100 Greatest Songs of the 90s.

Courtesy of TVaholic.

Thanksgiving Marathons To Feast On


Thanksgiving. The time for family, food and endless amounts of television. I love Thanksgiving because as I come down from my food coma, I can unwind on the couch and watch any one of the zillion marathons that run that weekend. Here are some that might whet your appetite.

Awkward – MTV – Friday 9am – 10pm. MTV is going to run both seasons of this hilarious show.

James Bond Movie Marathon – Syfy – Midnight Thursday – 5:30am Saturday. They do this marathon every year and I always catch at least 3 Bond movies during this time. Love them.

Beverly Hills 90210 – SoapNet – Friday 8pm – 1am. This 5 hour marathon is going to focus on the roller coaster  that was  Kelly and Dylan’s relationship, starting with the episode where Kelly and Dylan hooked up while Brenda was away in Paris.

Friday Night Lights – ESPN Classic – Friday 1 – 11pm. YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!! Anyone who reads even a bit of this blog knows I STAN HARD for this show. ESPN is airing Season 5, the last season, of the show. Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can’t Loose.

Castle – TNT – Thursday 10am – 11pm. YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! TNT just started airing Castle in syndication and they are doing a nice marathon of season 2. This is a great opportunity to check out some of the early Caskett (Castle & Beckett) tension and what makes this show so much fun to watch.

Breaking Amish – TLC – Thursday 11am-9pm. Never watched this show but I heard it’s good so marathon here I come.

General Hospital – SoapNet – Thursday 7pm-12am. SoapNet is calling their 5 hour marathon “Quartermania.” They will be airing Thanksgiving episodes that center on those crazy Quartermaines. This will be a nice way to look back at the better years of the show.

Oprah’s Next Chapter – OWN – Sunday 2-10pm. Eight episodes of Next Chapter featuring Stephen Colbert (The Colbert Report), Kelsey Grammer (Boss), Usher, Fergie, Lady Gaga and Jennifer Hudson before the new episode with Justin Bieber at 9pm/8c.

The First 48 – A&E – Thursday 3pm – Friday 4am. If you really want to waste the day away put on an episode of this gem and you will never leave the couch. I always have to cautious with this show because before I know it I’ve been sucked in.

Law & Order: SVU – USA – Saturday 12pm – 2am. No weekend is complete without an SVU marathon.  They usually run this for a couple of hours on Sundays but this weekend they start a day early. Be sure to catch-all the old Benson and Stabler episodes.

Fringe – Science – Friday 9:30am – Saturday 3am; Saturday 10am – Sunday 3am. With this show ending its run on FOX this January, relive all the memorable moments from the beginning of the series. I am going to be all over this one.

For the full list of  marathons check out TVLine or Watching Way Too Much.

What To Watch: October 16


9/8c – ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX – Presidential Debate – The 2nd of 3 presidential debates will take the form of a town meeting, where citizens will ask questions of the candidates on foreign and domestic issues. Candidates each will have two minutes to respond, and an extra minute for the moderator to facilitate a discussion. The town meeting participants will be undecided voters selected by the Gallup Organization. This debate will be moderated by CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent, Candy Crowley.

9/8c – CW – Emily Owens, M.D – Series Premiere. Recent medical school graduate Emily Owens (Mamie Gummer) is now a first-year surgical intern at Denver Memorial Hospital and she is ready to leave high school persona of geeky-girl-with-flop-sweats behind her. But Emily quickly realizes that a hospital is a lot like high school — cliques and all — when she is faced with her medical school crush Will Collins (Justin Hartley) and high school nemesis Cassandra Kopelson (Aja Naomi King).

9/8c – Style – Tia & Tamera – Season 2 Fall Premiere. Tamera reveals to Tia and her friends that she is having a baby boy. Now, Tamera must travel to New Orleans to film a new movie and is surprised by how difficult it is, especially with pregnancy brain causing her to forget her lines. While Tamera negotiates New Orleans, Tia receives some unsettling information about her future on her television series.

10/9c – USA – Covert Affairs – Season 3 Fall Premiere. Auggie, Joan and Arthur work with an old friend to bring Annie home from a Russian prison.

10/9c – Style – Chicagolicious – Season 1 Fall Premiere. Q struggles with her decision to leave AJ’s of Chicago – knowing bad news about the future of his product line could affect any plans to get back her job. When the team is hired to style a zoo fundraising campaign, everyone springs into action but creative differences soon cause problems for the shoot. Meanwhile, Austin becomes jealous of the time MaCray and Katrell spend together outside of the salon.

10/9c – MTV – Underemployed – Series Premiere. follows a group a five friends – Sophia, Daphne, Lou, Raviva and Miles – who all believe they’re destined for greatness as they graduate from college and enter the real world. But what happens when complete world domination doesn’t go according to plan? picks up one year after pomp and circumstance, when reality has set in and the group struggles, often comically, to stay optimistic through dead-end jobs, terrible bosses, romantic mistakes and major life changes.

11/10c – ION – Flashpoint – Season 5 Premiere. an elite police unit that specializes in high-risk critical incidents and faces their toughest challenges yet. While trained in physical and emotional tactics to deal with extreme situations, they find themselves contemplating the very reasons they chose their paths as police officers. For Team One, the deeply personal journeys of the group pulsate through each episode.

 

What To Watch: October 4


8/7c – NBC – 30 Rock – 7th and final season premiere. When “TGS” returns from hiatus, Liz is alarmed by Jack’s shockingly bad fall programming line-up. Meanwhile, Jenna prepares to be the ultimate bridezilla, enlisting a reluctant Liz to be her maid of honor, and Kenneth and Hazel invite Tracy to a dinner party. This show is so hilarious. It has had a good run so I’m not sad that it’s ending this season. This frees up Tina Fey to maybe write another hilarious book or come up with another show.

10/9c – MTV – Jersey Shore – 6th and final season premiere. The gang returns to the shore for the last time; Mike shares about his recovery; Snooki deals with being pregnant in a party house; Deena struggles with her long-distance relationship; Snooki makes an announcement.

 

What To Watch: September 19


8/7c – CBS – Survivor: Philippines – Season 25 Premiere. Three former castaways and 15 new contestants, including actress Lisa Whelchel (The Facts of Life) and former professional baseball player Jeff Kent (San Francisco Giants), compete.

10/9c – MTV – The Real World/Road Rules Challenge – Season 23 Premiere. The competition reaches new heights as each team, composed of old roommates, exes and rivals, is forced to put their drama aside and come together to become the last seasons standing and to compete for the biggest chunk of $350,000 in prize money. A twist in the game right off the bat throws the roommates for a loop, but they’ll have little time to recover as the premiere kicks off with a challenge that leaves them hanging and fighting to stay aloft. I love a challenge and will be watching this. The only thing that would make this better was if Coral was coming back.

MTV Video Music Awards Promo


MTV has named funny man Kevin Hart as the host of next month’s Video Music Awards. Kevin Hart’s star has definitely been on the rise this year(Think Like A Man, Laugh At My Pain, Five Year Engagement) and he is no stranger to the awards show, so it only makes sense for MTV to make him this year’s host. They released the first promo of the show yesterday and it features the new “it” couple, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian (Keeping Up With The Kardashians). It’s a pretty good promo. Kim is not the best actress and she is acting as herself lol. This makes me think of when Fantasia Barrino (American Idol Season 3 winner) was playing herself in her Lifetime movie bio-pic, Life Is Not A Fairy Tale, and was doing a bad job playing herself.

The Video Music Awards air Thursday, September 6 @ 8/7c on MTV.

MTV Video Music Award Nominations


The MTV Video Music Awards nominations were announced last week and Rihanna and Drake lead the pack with 5 nominations each. Rihanna is up for Video of the Year, Best Female Video, Best Pop Video with “We Found Love” and Best Choreography and Best Visual Effects with “Where Have You Been?

Katy Perry is right behind them with four nominations. Beyonce, Coldplay, Frank Ocean and M.I.A have 3 nominations each. I heart Frank Ocean and I’m happy for his nominations but it just feels like MTV just wanted to give him some reason to show up to the show, which he probably won’t. The full list of nominees is below and you can see who takes home a moon man when the show airs Thursday, September 6th at 8/7c on MTV with performances from Alicia Keys and One Direction.

Video of the Year
Katy Perry, “Wide Awake”
Gotye, “Somebody That I Used To Know”
Rihanna, “We Found Love”
Drake feat. Rihanna, “Take Care”
M.I.A., “Bad Girls”

Best New Artist
Fun. feat. Janelle Monae, “We Are Young”
Carly Rae Jepsen, “Call Me Maybe”
Frank Ocean, “Swim Good”
One Direction, “What Makes You Beautiful”
The Wanted, “Glad You Came”

Best Hip-Hop Video
Childish Gambino, “Heartbeat”
Drake feat. Lil Wayne, “HYFR”
Kanye West feat. Pusha T, Big Sean & 2 Chainz, “Mercy”
Watch the Throne, “Paris”
Nicki Minaj feat. 2 Chainz, “Beez in the Trap”

Best Male Video
Justin Bieber, “Boyfriend”
Frank Ocean, “Swim Good”
Drake feat. Rihanna, “Take Care”
Chris Brown, “Turn Up the Music”
Usher, “Climax”

Best Female Video
Rihanna, “We Found Love”
Katy Perry, “Part of Me”
Beyoncé, “Love on Top”
Nicki Minaj, “Starships”
Selena Gomez & The Scene, “Love You Like a Love Song”

Best Pop Video
One Direction, “What Makes You Beautiful”
Fun. feat. Janelle Monae, “We Are Young”
Rihanna, “We Found Love”
Justin Bieber, “Boyfriend”
Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa, “Payphone”

Best Rock Video
Coldplay, “Paradise”
The Black Keys, “Lonely Boy”
Linkin Park, “BURN IT DOWN”
Jack White, “Sixteen Saltines”
Imagine Dragons, “It’s Time”

Best Electronic Dance Music Video
Duck Sauce, “Big Bad Wolf”
Calvin Harris, “Feel So Close”
Skrillex, “First of the Year (Equinox)”
Martin Solveig, “The Night Out”
Avicii, “Le7els”

Best Video With a Message
Demi Lovato, “Skyscraper”
Rise Against, “Ballad of Hollis Brown”
Kelly Clarkson, “Dark Side”
Gym Class Heroes, “The Fighter”
K’Naan feat. Nelly Furtado, “Is Anybody Out There?”
Lil Wayne, “How to Love”

Best Art Direction
Katy Perry, “Wide Awake”
Drake feat. Rihanna, “Take Care”
Lana Del Rey, “Born to Die”
Regina Spektor, “All the Rowboats”
Of Monsters & Men, “Little Talks”

Best Choreography
Chris Brown, “Turn Up the Music”
Rihanna, “Where Have You Been”
Beyoncé, “Countdown”
Avicii, “Le7els”
Jennifer Lopez f/Pitbull, “Dance Again”

Best Cinematography
M.I.A., “Bad Girls”
Adele, “Someone Like You”
Drake feat. Rihanna, “Take Care”
Coldplay feat. Rihanna, “Princess of China”
Lana Del Rey, “Born to Die”

Best Direction
M.I.A., “Bad Girls”
Duck Sauce, “Big Bad Wolf”
Coldplay feat. Rihanna, “Princess of China”
Frank Ocean, “Swim Good”
Watch the Throne, “Otis”

Best Editing
Beyoncé, “Countdown”
A$AP Rocky, “Goldie”
Gotye, “Somebody That I Used to Know”
Watch the Throne, “Paris”
Kanye West feat. Pusha T, Big Sean and 2 Chainz, “Mercy”

Best Visual Effects
Katy Perry, “Wide Awake”
Rihanna, “Where Have You Been”
David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj, “Turn Me On”
Linkin Park, “BURN IT DOWN”