I’ve never been ashamed to admit that I watch a ton of Bravo shows, but I am reluctant to admit that one of the worst shows of all became a guilty pleasure. Read More My Night With “Celebrities”
Hello kittens! It’s time to grab your coffee and kick back to watch the fashion unravel and the emotions flare. This week, Dream Team had to overcome a second loss. I’m not sure losing the two designers has hurt their abilities, but I know it has shaken their confidence in each other. Read More New Show Recap: Project Runway, Episode 11.03, “Surprise Me”
My guilty pleasure is watching the Real Housewives franchise, which is why I made sure to tune into the newest Bravo reality show, Vanderpump Rules. A spin-off of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, it follows the lives of the young staff at SUR, a restaurant owned by housewife Lisa Vanderpump. Read More “Vanderpump Rules” Does Not, In Fact, Rule
We all know the movie studios are having difficulty coming up with original ideas – how else can you explain every other movie either being a reboot or a sequel – but now it seems to have spread to the Bravo network. Read More Paging Winona Ryder: “Heathers” is Coming to TV
I enjoy a vast majority of Bravo reality shows, and when a new one starts, I usually give it a try. Despite the rather annoying promos, a few weeks ago I sat down and watched the first episode of Miss Advised, which follows three women – a matchmaker in New York City, a sex expert with a radio show in San Francisco, and a dating columnist in Los Angeles – as they attempt to find love in their respective cities. Read More “Miss Advised” is Ill Advised
On Tuesday night, I watched the premiere of The Real Housewives of Orange County. I love those stupid Housewives shows, and especially this version because I often recognize the places they go, and have even had close encounters with some of them myself (just go to the South Coast Plaza and I guarantee, you’ll see at least one). But after last night, I might have to re-think my devotion. Read More A “Real Housewives of Orange County” Rant
There are a few competition reality shows that I watch every season, and each time a new batch of contestants start, I never like anyone. I don’t hate them or anything, but I don’t have anyone to root for until their stories have been told over the course of a few episodes, and I get to see how they interact with each other. Read More Top Chef Needs to Spice It Up
Double, double, toil and trouble; fire burn, and cauldron bubble! It’s Halloween in New Jersey!