On Gear Live: Apple Changes the Mac Forever, iOS 14, and more w/ Guest Mark Gurman!

Members


Submit a News Story

Latest Gear Live Videos

Entertainment Section

But Can They Sing?: NO

tvenvy icon

Posted by Veronica Santiago
Categories: Reality, Cable,

For those of you who thought But Can They Sing? would be a sufficient diversion until the return of Dancing With The Stars – you were wrong.  And we were wrong.  I know I said in my previous entry that I would be “so all over that,” and I was.  And I am.  I’m sooo all over that. Both shows have lower rung entertainers stepping out of their elements while trying to revive their careers, but …

Continue reading But Can They Sing?: NO

Advertisement

Nip/Tuck:  Frankenlaura

tvenvy icon

Posted by Veronica Santiago
Categories: Drama, Cable, Nip/Tuck, Features,

After such a spectacular ending to Nip/Tuck‘s last episode, this week’s started with such a letdown.  Whatever happened to Kit?  After all, she was only slashed by The Carver, how they could not address that at all?  I guess when you’re racked with debts, other people’s problems fall to the waste side.  Sean and Christian can’t afford to be doing pro bono work on backstabbing detectives. Still reeling from the publicity backlash, McNamara/Troy is forced to …

Continue reading Nip/Tuck:  Frankenlaura

Nip/Tuck:  Granville Trapp

tvenvy icon

Posted by Veronica Santiago
Categories: Drama, Cable, Nip/Tuck, Features,

Although I’ve never been able to stomach surgery scenes, I’ve ironically been obsessed with anything related to plastic surgery.  Who are the freaks behind these stories?  Why does that socialite, Jocelyn Wildenstein, insist on looking like a cat?  Why does Melissa Rivers want to emulate her mother?  Why did those brothers on MTV actually think they could look like Brad Pitt?  And more importantly—why do I care?  This is why I love Nip/Tuck.  It gives this …

Continue reading Nip/Tuck:  Granville Trapp

Degrassi:  Death of a Disco Dancer

tvenvy icon

Posted by Veronica Santiago
Categories: Drama, Kids, Cable, Degrassi,

Ahhh—young love.  Don’t you remember when you thought your high school relationship would last forever and ever?  TLA!  Well it was Paige’s turn in this episode to see if her fling with former teacher, Matt, would stand the test of time.  Eagerly anticipating the end of Matt’s Canadian summer tour, Paige gets all dolled-up for her first reunion with her older beau.  Armed with a present and freshly-washed hair, Paige is disappointed to see Matt all …

Continue reading Degrassi:  Death of a Disco Dancer

Extras: Episode 4

tvenvy icon

Posted by Andru Edwards
Categories: Comedy, Cable, HBO, Extras, Features,

This week on Extras, the star-du-jour was Samuel L. Jackson, starring in some sort of police drama where he referred to himself as “Uncle Sam.” That aside, Andy has to deal with being guilted into dinner with another extra who happens to yearn for any sort of human interaction, while Maggie is smitten with Dan, a black actor. His race comes into play later on in the episode. So at the start, Andy bumps in to …

Continue reading Extras: Episode 4

Study Up on Degrassi

tvenvy icon

Posted by Veronica Santiago
Categories: Drama, Kids, Cable, Degrassi,

I remember as young child without access to cable, I would endlessly flip through the few TV channels that I had.  Such determination mixed with boredom introduced my uncultured mind to a world of things, including a foreign channel called CBC.  Thanks to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, I was introduced to endless Bryan Adams videos, unheard of artists like Alison Moyet and most importantly - Degrassi Junior High. I devoured every Degrassi episode that I could …

Continue reading Study Up on Degrassi

Let’s Act Like We Can Sing…

tvenvy icon

Posted by Veronica Santiago
Categories: Music, Reality, Cable,

Damn VH1 for creating another train wreck/TV show that I will be compelled to watch!  As if I didn’t have enough Fall TV to catch up on, now I will have to set aside time so that I can watch stars embarrass themselves - or, at least I hope they will.  Scheduled to start later this month, “But Can They Sing?” will feature nine C-list (or are they D-list?) celebrities vying for the grand title.  …

Continue reading Let’s Act Like We Can Sing…

Advertisement