These machines, including “Warhead” and “Ghost Raptor,” live up to their killer names.
The reason to keep watching this season is not to see who Kaitlyn does (or doesn’t) pick but to marvel at how this very real woman is clearly in charge.
The absurd scenario, coupled with the knowledge that Ferrell and Wiig were probably working hard to suppress giggles, caused me to burst out laughing.
In the first episode, men brawl, bodices heave and moody horse rides are taken along the moody cliffs of Cornwall.
On “Unreal” the contestants are prodded by production assistants, who have no qualms about bringing on tears and tantrums with cutting comments or fake sympathy.
This summer’s new shows sound a lot like shows we already like, but mashed together. Isn't "The Brink" just "Veep" + "Homeland"?
Otherwise, this new show is purrfect.
In each episode, two struggling middle-class families get that cash-filled briefcase. They have 72 hours to decide: Keep it all to pay off debts or give all or part of the moolah to the other needy family?
Lest you think you need to comb the Internet to find your new favorite show, we’ve done the work for you, and even organized it by genre.
When someone sends you an email with a subject line that reads “Puppy Delivery Service,” you open that email. That’s what happened last week when NatGeo Wild contacted Express about Bark Break, its puppy-on-demand service set for Thursday (sign up by Wednesday).