The Voice, Season 10 – Top 10, the First Lady, and Eliminations

The Voice, Season 10 – Top 10, the Fir...

The contestants tonight have a lot to look forward to tonight. Not only have they made it to the top 10, but they also have Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill ...

Dancing with the Stars, Season 22 – Icons Night

Dancing with the Stars, Season 22 – Ic...

It's way too hard to tell who will be eliminated tonight. All the obvious "early outs" have already been eliminated. But before we even make it to the eliminations, where ...

Survivor Kaôh Rōng, Season 32 – ‘Did You Say Wine?’

Survivor Kaôh Rōng, Season 32 – R...

We knew going into tonight that it was never going to be as good as last week. Nothing could beat last week. And thank you Survivor producers for showing us ...

The Voice, Season 10 – Top 11 Perform + Results

The Voice, Season 10 – Top 11 Perform ...

We start the show with a dedication to Prince. Adam Levine says he is one of the most profound influences on him and notes he did things his way until ...

Dancing with the Stars, Season 22 –  Classic Dances Redone

Dancing with the Stars, Season 22 – C...

It's been a tough week for Jodie Sweetin and Kim Field, both with dealing with injuries. We'll see if they'll able to perform tonight. They're in costume, though, so by ...

Survivor Kaôh Rōng, Season 32 – Faith in Tai Has Been Restored

Survivor Kaôh Rōng, Season 32 – Fait...

This definitely has to go down as one of the best blindsides ever. Have there been other cocksure players before? Sure. Have there been others before who have switched alliances? ...

The Voice, Season 10 – Top 12 Live + ResultsThe Voice, Season 10 – Top 12 Live + Results

The Voice, Season 10 – Top 12 Live + R...

It's a big moment for the contestants this week on The Voice. They've made it to the live top 12, but they can't stop yet. They still have to hand ...

Dancing with the Stars, Season 22 –  America’s Switch-Up

Dancing with the Stars, Season 22 – A...

This is always an interesting week on Dancing with the Stars when the celebrities and their professional partners do a switch-up so that everyone dances with someone they are much ...

Survivor Kaôh Rōng, Season 32 – A Little Disappointed in Tai

Survivor Kaôh Rōng, Season 32 – A Li...

So far this season I've been so impressed by Tai. Her's just such a likable guy. But this episode he walked over to the bad side, and it just isn't ...

The Voice, Season 10 – Live Playoffs, Night 2 and Wednesday’s Results

The Voice, Season 10 – Live Playoffs, ...

It's night two of the Live Playoffs on The Voice. Tonight we'll hear from Team Pharrell and Team Adam. Once again each coach will be allowed to bring back one ...

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Project Runway 11: On the Way to Fashion Week

Last week on Project Runway, the designers faced the challenge that would determine which of them would go on to Fashion Week.  All of them had to make a look inspired by a world fashion capital:  Paris, Berlin, Barcelona, London, or New York.  Layana lost and was sent home, while the other four moved on. At the runway, Heidi congratulates the finalists, and then explains the rules.  Each of them will make a collection of twelve looks.  They need to make a fall collection that [...]

Project Runway 11: Off to Europe

Last week, on Project Runway, the teams were dissolved.  Each designer had to create an editorial look for Marie Claire magazine.  To aid them in this endeavor– and to try to maintain the “team” concept, each designer also got an assistant in the form of an eliminated contestant.  Stanley won, and Michelle lost, but was told she was going to get a second chance, which the judges ominously called a “do-or-die moment.” As the designers wait anxiously backstage to learn Michelle’s fate, Tim comes in [...]

Project Runway 11: Don’t Disappoint Nina!

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Project Runway 11: The Art of Fashion

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Project Runway 11: Everything’s Coming Up Roses

Last week on Project Runway, the designers were divided into teams of four.  Their challenge was to make performance outfits for a troupe of male dancers.  Thanks to a combination of ridiculous time constraints and inexperience in making men’s wear, everybody did poorly, so nobody won.  Amanda was sent home. The next morning, Richard is upset because Amanda and Layana “threw him under the bus” during judging at the last challenge.  Over in the women’s room, Layana opines that Richard should have been sent home [...]

Project Runway 11: Blunders from Down Under

Last week on Project Runway, the designers faced the second “unconventional challenge” of the season and had to make prom dresses out of duct tape.  Michelle won, while Kate and Tu were sent home in a surprise double elimination. Immediately after the judging, Heidi and the other judges announce that they are changing the teams.  The judges have decided to create two new teams of four.  Each team will consist of designers the judges would like to see working together.  They decide to put Daniel [...]

Project Runway 11: Of Proms and Ducks

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Project Runway 11: Senior Fling

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