On last Sunday's episode of "Downton Abbey," Lady Mary is unsure about marrying Tony, Violet pressures Mary to get married, and a prince from Violet's past shows up at the abbey.
The episode opens with Mary and Tony in bed in a hotel in Liverpool. Tony wants her to stay and tells her that it won't matter if people find out about them since they're about to get married anyway. Mary says that although she won't be walking down the aisle anytime soon, appearances do matter and says, "I've been tarnished once and I won't be tarnished again." Later, Violet's butler, Spratt, sees Mary and Tony outside the hotel.
Back at the abbey, Spratt tells Violet that he saw Mary and Tony. Violet comes up with an excuse and tells him that the two were attending a landowner's conference and said that she knew that they were there. more >>
On last Tuesday's episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," some of the ladies are dealing with being empty nesters, and Brandi watches her ex's new reality show.
Kyle is trying hard to cope with the fact that her daughter, Alexia, is leaving for college. Kyle's entire family goes to Arizona to bring Alexia to University of Arizona, and while Kyle is having a hard time letting go, she knows that having her daughter attend college is the right thing to do since she never went to college herself. When it's time to say goodbye, Kyle is in tears and thinks that now everything is going to change.
Meanwhile, Yolanda is supervising her daughter Bella's move to New York where she is about to go to Parsons School. Bella's DUI has made Yolanda unsure about letting her daughter go, and Yolanda feels that she may have something to do with what led Bella to make that one poor decision. Yolanda decides to get Bella an apartment and she hired decorators to furnish the place. Later, Bella gives her mother a card and apologized for what she put her through and said that she will try to do better. more >>
Last Sunday on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," the ladies are still Puerto Rico, Phaedra Parks and Demetria McKinney end their feud, and Nene Leakes does the unthinkable and apologizes to Claudia Jordan.
The episode starts where the show left off last week, and Nene and Claudia are still at each other's throats as they continue their "read-off." Though Nene taps into her feisty alter ego Naynay, Claudia is prepared with her own insults.
Nene says that Claudia is jealous because she can't do what Nene does. "Oh yeah, that great clothing line," says Claudia sarcastically. "I don't want to glue hair to my forehead …" she said, alluding to Nene's wig. more >>
Fans of the hit comedy-drama television series "Louie" might be happy to know that FX Network has renewed a shortened eight-episode fifth season of the show which will premiere April 9, 2015.
Writing, directing, editing, and producing is the show's creator Louis C.K. who will also return to play the character of fictionalized version of himself – a successful stand-up comedian and a newly divorced father of two in New York City.
Speaking during the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Sunday, the 47-year-old artist revealed that he did "steal the scales from his junior high school in Massachusetts many years ago." more >>
Fans are already excited for the 12th episode in its 10th season of the hit fantasy drama series "Supernatural" titled "About a Boy." Spoiler reports suggest that this segment will offer its avid viewers a great look into what Dean (Jensen Ackles) really was like when he was just 14.
But before that episode hits the small screen, fans might still want to know more about the aftermath of the massacre which happen at the ranch as well as the Winchester's, together with Castiel (Misha Collins), search for the cure of the Mark of Cain.
A teaser for Episode 10 reveals that Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean will once again cross paths with Charlie Bradbury (Felicia Day). Day is reprising her role as the IT expert who turned hunter after she appeared in the previous season's "Slumber Party." more >>
"The Flash" is ready to return for the second half of its first season. Earlier this month, it was also announced that the DC Comics small screen adaptation was renewed for another season.
For the meantime, the show's mid-season premiere is reported to now delve even deeper on the issue concerning the Reverse-Flash as well as the pressing matters concerning villains coming back to wreak havoc inside Central City.
Grant Gustin, who plays the lead character role of Barry Allen/The Flash, revealed information that fans shouldn't miss out on. Here's what we found out: more >>