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Summer Television May 27, 2013

45c4e-summer2btvHappy Memorial Day!!!! Hope everyone is having an amazing day. With all the barbecues and poolside activity happening today, some might not be thinking about what’s on television tonight but a couple of premieres are happening tonight.

The Bachelorette – ABC 8/7c. Season 9 premiere. You all know the premise. One of the ladies that was dumped on The Bachelor gets chosen to be the new bachelorette. She then is given 25 suitors looking for “love” to choose from. I really don’t know why this show is still on. There have been maybe 3 relationships that have lasted out of all the seasons of the Bachelor and Bachelorette. It is a little fun to watch these people act ridiculous on television. Continue reading Summer Television May 27, 2013

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.

What To Watch: October 3

9/8c – CW – Supernatural – Season 8 Premiere. Dean re-emerges from Purgatory, but he isn’t alone. He heads straight for Sam, but the reunion isn’t exactly what he thought it would be. Sam drops everything to join his brother, but leaving the life he had grown to enjoy turns out to be harder than he imagined. Dean and Sam look for Kevin who has managed to escape Crowley’s grasp, but things come to a head quickly when Kevin tells them what it is that Crowley wants.

10/9c – VH1 – Couples Therapy – Season 2 Premiere. The will examine the complicated and often misunderstood world of high-profile relationships. ” Alex McCord & Simon van Kempen, Shayne and Nik Lamas-Richie, Todd “Too Short” Shaw & Monica Payne, Joel “JoJo” & Tashaunda “Tiny” Hailey, and Doug Hutchison & Courtney Stodden will all take a seat on Dr. Jenn Berman’s couch.

10/9c – Bravo – Life After Top Chef – Series Premiere. The show follows Richard Blais in Atlanta, Jen Carroll in Philadelphia, Spike Mendelsohn in D.C., and Fabio Viviani in Los Angeles as they reach milestones in both their personal lives and culinary careers, from opening their own restaurants to expanding franchises and establishing themselves as culinary leaders in the food world.

What To Watch: September 24

THE OFFICIAL PREMIERE WEEK IS HERE!!!! And it starts off tonight with all the ABC and CBS Monday night premieres as well as a Love & Hip-Hop spin-off.

8/7c – ABC – Dancing With The Stars – Season 15 Premiere. All star edition. From former champions to fan favorites, including a celebrity voted in by fans, the All-Star cast along with their professional partners. The 2-hour premiere will kick off with live interviews with Tom and the cast, offering an in-depth look at why each celeb has decided to return for another chance at winning the coveted mirror ball trophy. Justin Bieber and Pitbull will perform their latest singles.

8/7c – CBS – How I Met Your Mother – Season 8 Premiere. Robin’s anxiety on her wedding day to Barney prompts Ted to recount the time he insisted on leaving Victoria’s jilted fiancé a note before they drove off into the sunset together.

Continue reading What To Watch: September 24

What To Watch: September 16

The weekend is ending so it’s time to unwind with some premieres tonight.

8/7c – VH1 – Rehab With Dr. Drew – Season 6 Premiere. This season instead of focusing on celebrities, Dr. Drew is going to take on everyday young adults who are going through the rehabilitation process. From heartbreak to hope, you will see Dr. Drew and his patients on their difficult and deeply emotional journey to sobriety.

9/8c – VH1 – Behind The Music – Season 15 premiere. The music documentary series returns with a season that premieres with the behind the scenes story of the group Train. I won’t watch this episode as I don’t really like Train — at least not since Drops of Jupiter. But I shall be checking out the other artists they will be featuring for the rest of the season like Ne-Yo, Gym Class Heroes, Toni Braxton, T.I. (updated), P!nk (updated) and Carrie Underwood. Nicole Scherzinger will also be featured but I won’t watch that one as I don’t like her.

9/8c – HBO – Boardwalk Empire – Season 3 premiere. The premiere is set more than a year after the events of the finale. Nucky is feeling some emotional conflicts with killing his former protegé. Despite this conflict, he refuses to slow down in business. He is going all out to fight his new rival, Gyp Rosetti played by Bobby Cannavale (Will & Grace, Third Watch), who challenges the corrupt politician for control of the bootleg business.

10/9c – Weeds – Showtime – This isn’t a premiere but it’s the series finale of the show. A show that has had more drama and laughs than a lot of other shows. There have been a lot of ups and downs for Nancy Botwin and her crazy crew and I’m sad to see them go. I hope the show goes out strong and with some resolution.

4th of July Marathons

Happy 4th of July everyone. I hope everyone enjoys their mid-week holiday with lots of fun, food, friends and family. To celebrate the networks have a ton of marathons that you can catch today no matter what you are into. From drama, cooking, to reality shows there is something to tickle everyone’s fancy.

Cake Boss, 9am/8c, TLC (until 12pm/11c)

House Hunters, 9am/8c, HGTV (until 5pm/4c)

The Andy Griffith Show, 8am/7c, TV Land (until 1pm/12c)

Matlock, 6am/5c, Hallmark Channel (until 8am/7c the next morning)

Star Trek: The Next Generation, 9am/8c, BBC (until 5am/4c Friday morning)

The Game, 9am/8c, BET (until midnight/11c)

The Revolution, 9am/8c, HISTORY (until 8pm/7c)

The Twilight Zone, 9am/8c, Syfy (until 5am/4c Friday morning)

Band of Brothers, 9am/8c, Spike (until 6pm/5c)

Bomb PatrolAfghanistan, 9am/8c, G4 (until 2am/1c the next morning)

Brothers & Sisters, 10am/9c, SOAP (until 7pm/6c)

Dancing with the Stars, 9am/8c, GSN (until 3pm/2c)

Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?, 9am/8c, ID (until 3am/2c the next morning)

America’s Got Talent, 10am/9c, Oxygen (until 7pm/6c)

Kendra on Top, 10am/9c, WE (until 6pm/5c)

NCIS, 10am, USA (until 11pm/10c)

The Mentalist, 10am/9c, TNT (until 5pm/4c)

America’s Funniest Home Videos, 11am/10c, ABC Family (until midnight/11c)

American Greed, 11am/10c, CNBC (until 6pm/5c)

Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, 11am/10c, Food Network (until 7pm/6c)

Sons of Guns, 11am/10c, Discovery (until 4pm/3c)

United Tastes of America, 12pm/11c, Cooking (until 8pm/7c)

Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding, 2pm/1c, Bravo (until 7pm/6c)

Undercover Boss, 2pm/1c, TLC (until 10pm/9c)

American Guns, 5pm/4c, Discovery (until the new episode at 9pm/8c).

Firefly, 8am/7c, SCIENCE (until 3am/2c)

Criminal Minds, 9am/8c, A&E (until 6pm/5c)

My Big Redneck Vacation, 10am/9c, CMT (until 10pm/9c)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians, 3pm/2c, E! (until 10pm/9c)

House, 6am/5c, CLOO (until 6am/5c the next morning)

100 Greatest Songs of the 90s, 11am/10c, VH1 (until 4pm/3c)

Dallas, 5pm/4c, TNT (until the new episode at 9pm/8c)

Jaws movie marathon, 1:40pm/12:40c, HBO (until Jaws IV: The Revenge)

And This Is Why I Continue To Not Watch VH1’s “Single Ladies”

Single Ladies is a show that airs on VH1 that revolves around the romantic relationships of three friends played by LisaRaye McCoy, Charity Shea, and Denise Vasi. I watched the first episode of this show when it premiered last year and it’s one of the worst shows ever. The writing and acting are just so awfully bad. There are some shows that are bad but somehow justify to yourself a reason to still watch (Top Model, Tough Love, Jersey Shore, etc). This show has none of that. You would think it would be a little decent too since it’s produced by Queen Latifah but nope. Season 2 of the show premiered this past Monday and a friend of mine watched it for some reason and was kind enough to send me his thoughts as he watched the episode.

  • Is it just me, or in order to be on this show, you have to have a bad weave/wig?
  • Horrible/unnatural introductions and backstories:
  • “My aunt used to live next door to her in Inglewood, and I’d stay there every other summer.  Now we’re like sisters.”
    • I mean, can you really be “like sisters” with somebody you see on average 6 weeks a year?
  • “I just got an email from Val.  She’s not coming back from Milan…forever”.
  • Is everybody an effing Tango dancer?!  I mean dang, now they got a brother feeling like he needs to take classes and ish
  • Oh, hello Rick Fox awkwardly interjected into the scene….with his non acting self.  Somehow, they make him seem shorter than he actually is.  I think they make him stand in a hole or something.
  • Great dialogue: “As you’re looking for things, look for a new dance partner.  Because as you know…it takes two to tango!”
  • “Good morning, Single Lady”
  • Oh, and a literal use of the title helps us remember what we’re watching
  • Did they just REALLY pour out some champagne in honor of Stacey Dash?!?
  • What’s up with these hallucinations?
  • Why is this show feeling like a Mexican telanovela?
  • (we’re only at the second commercial break.  this is easily the most awesomely bad show I’ve watched before)
  • Aaaand nerdy girl becomes magically sexy by taking down her library bun. Never seen that before.
  • I think Big Boy got new veneers.  They look good.  I think rappers getting their teeth fixed is a new trendy: Jay-Z, 50, Nelly…maybe Fabolous just didn’t get the memo yet?
  • Who is Shawn Clark, the lawyer…who busted into the interrogation room RIGHT as LisaRaye asked for her right to attorney?
  • Oh, this random convenient back story tells me that he’s her ex…who got another chick pregnant
  • I will say this is the best that Lisa Raye has looked,ever
  • She’s eating a plain bagel.  No cream cheese; no butter; no jelly.  Is that what’s hot in the streets now.  dry bread is the new black!!
  • What grown man says “You’re not interested in me!  I’m nice. I’m decent looking.  And I make six figures!!” [pouting face]
  • Does Queen Latifah think that just because she is singing the theme song that this show will be as good as Living Single

Thank you friend for letting me know that I can continue to not watch Single Ladies.

Premieres and Returns For Thursday 1/12/12

More premieres and returns tonight. NBC Thursday night comedies are back, well most of them (sorry Community fans), as well as CBS’ Thursday lineup. Also, VH1 has the Critics’ Choice awards. Soo much to watch and these are just the premieres.


Big Bang Theory (CBS) – Winter return. Sheldon gets in trouble with Amy when he isn’t impressed by her recent accomplishment, and Howard must come to grips with Bernadette’s dislike of children.


30 Rock (NBC) – Season Premiere. Love this show. It got pushed up to mid-season because of Tina Fey’s pregnancy but thank goodness its back. Too bad its at the expense of Community. Tonight’s premiere finds that as everyone is returning from the holiday break, NBC’s new talent competition, “America’s Kidz Got Singing”, is a hit, but Jenna’s role as the judge everyone loves to hate causes Jack to question the show’s family value. Much to his chagrin, Tracy’s usual antics fail to aggravate Liz, while Kenneth takes the day off to do his dream chores as he awaits the Rapture.

Critics’ Choice Movie Awards (VH1) – It’s the first big award show on the road to the Oscars. Plenty of stars will be in attendance and the fashion will be AMAZING as it usually is at these things. For the list of nominees, check out the Critics’ Choice website.




Parks & Recreation (NBC) – Winter return. Another show that is absolutely hilarious. I finally got to the end of season 1 and it seriously hilarious. Gotta catch up to the current season. On tonight’s episode, Leslie enlists everyone’s help in staging an attention-getting event. Ben explores a new hobby, while April and Andy adopt a pet.

Rob! (CBS) – Series Premiere. This show stars Rob Schneider and that should just about tell you all you need to know about this show. It looks awful. Almost as awful as the ABC show, Work It. Rob plays a guy who use to be a confirmed bachelor, but just recently married into a tight knit Mexican family. Here is a clip. 


The Finder (FOX) – Series Premiere. This is a spin-off from the show Bones. It stars Geoff Stults (7th Heaven, October Road) as Walter, an investigator who uses his  gift of finding things (get it The Finder) to help others recover what they’ve lost.  Michael Clarke Duncan(The Green Mile, Talladega Nights) also stars as Walter’s lawyer. Here is a clip. 

The Office (NBC) – Winter return. This show has been very hit or miss this season after Steve Carell’s departure. Mostly miss and I’m just hoping the they find their footing soon. On tonight’s episode, Oscar joins a trivia night contest, Andy decides to get the whole office involved. Meanwhile, Dwight visits Sabre headquarters to explore other job opportunities.

Person Of Interest (CBS) – Winter return. This show started off slow but it really picked up half way through the fall. They also put Taraji P. Henson in a lot more episodes so that also made the show even better. Tonight’s episode has Reese working the computer while Finch does the legwork with their latest POI, a building super who keeps too close an eye on his tenants. Meanwhile, Detective Carter may finally get her long-awaited glimpse into a case.


Up All Night (NBC) – Winter return. This show is hilarious. I thought it was ok when it started but it got better as the season went on. On tonight’s episode, Regan’s competitive streak surfaces during a New Year’s Eve game night, much to Chris’ chagrin. Meanwhile, Kevin suspects that Ava may be ashamed of him; and Missy shows up with a surprising date.


The Mentalist (CBS) – Winter return. Jane and the CBI team narrow down the long list of suspects after a high-end divorce attorney, with many enemies, is killed on his speed boat. Meanwhile, Jane is questioned by Agent Darcy about whether Red John was responsible for Panzer’s murder.

Meeka Claxton Out of Basketball Wives

For those who like this show, Wife of retired NBA player Speedy Claxton (who), Meeka Claxton is done. I guess VH1 decided to let her go. Basically the drama with her and Tami was too much and they chose Tami to stay on. In my opinion this show needs to die and Meeka needs to thank her lucky stars not to be associated with it anymore. I can’t stand it. I’ve watched maybe an episode or 2 and I just can’t handle women that look like me acting ridiculous like that. I’ll watch a Real Housewives of whatever (which is the same show but with less melanin) before I watch this show. It doesn’t even matter that she is gone. Shaunie O’neal and VH1 are just gonna find some other desperate NBA baby mama/ex-wife/eternal girlfriend/groupie to take her place.