Teen Wolf returns tonight for a super-sized third season. When last we left our favorite supernatural creatures, Derek realized that a pack of alphas had arrived. The start of season three is dark and twisty and deals with these new wolves. Back in March, I had the chance to talk to Tyler Posey about what’s coming up, how the writers have surprised him and the Scott/Allison on again, off again relationship. Check out the video below!
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Way back in March, Jeff Davis, the creator of Teen Wolf, made his way down to Anaheim for WonderCon to promote the upcoming third season of MTV’s most awesome drama. That time is finally here! We’re days away from the Season 3 premiere of one of my favorite summer serie, Teen Wolf. Check out the video below for some scoop on what’s coming up!
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Orphan Black is one of my favorite new TV shows. It completely took the TV world by storm, and I was surprised how much I loved it. If you haven’t seen it yet, BBC America is running a marathon all day Saturday. The premise is one that hasn’t been seen before. In the first five minutes of the pilot, Sarah witnesses someone walking into a train to kill herself. It turns out, the woman who killed herself was her clone, and Sarah decides to take over life. But Beth wasn’t the only clone, there are many more. Tatiana Maslany plays all the clones to perfection; I swear, you would think a different actress was playing all of the clones if you didn’t know. As the season has unfolded, we have learned more about the crazy lives these clones lead, but we still are far from knowing everything. Beth Childs (the woman who killed herself/who Sarah impersonated) was a police officer, and gets herself into some trouble. Enter Art and Detective Angela Deangelis, who are trying to make sense of the whole situation. I recently had the chance to talk to Inga Cadranel (who plays Angela) about her role, working with Tatiana and why the show has caught on so well.
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Teen Wolf returns to MTV on June 3rd at 10 PM, but until then, I have a great giveaway to tide you over. Teen Wolf jumped full force into season two with even more suspenseful drama than season one. Scott McCall, a teenager with a wild secret, continues to find himself caught in a supernatural war between hunters and werewolves. Scott must keep his forbidden romance with Allison a secret while keeping his friends and family safe from new Alfa wolf Derek.
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Bravo’s Real Housewives of New Jersey is back on June 2nd at 8 PM and I know a lot of people are excited about it! To celebrate, Bravo is hosting the #RHONJFam Photo Contest. Fans can enter the contest by submitting their favorite family portrait on Twitter or Instagram using #RHONJfam or by uploading directly to the gallery on the RHONJ Facebook page for a chance to win a $10K luxury “staycation”! Even better, the winning family portrait will be unveiled on Bravo’s Facebook and Twitter page. The contest launched on May 10th and fans can enter until May 22nd. The RHONJ cast will then choose the top 5 finalists, and fans will then vote on those five to determine the winner. But I am excited to offer this tie-in giveaway! Keep reading to see how you can win a Nintendo WiiU and a 100 dollar Snapfish gift card to create your own photo books and more!
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Before I begin, I have a few confessions to make. Confession number one: this is my first post of any kind ever. I’m a blogging newbie. So please be patient with me as I attempt to flesh out the many thoughts floating around in my head into one cohesive piece. Confession number two: Not only am I a blogging newbie, I’m also a New Girl newbie. I avoided the show like the plague due to an unidentifiable qualm with Zooey Deschanel. Maybe I was intimidated by her intense blue eyes and in-your-face “adorkableness.” Or maybe I just saw that damn “Is that rain?” iPhone commercial one too many times. (Oh Zooey. It’s obviously raining!) Something about her rubbed me the wrong way and, because of that, I scoffed at all of the critics who insisted the show was brilliantly funny and Deschanel actually made the adorkable thing work. Confession number three: I finally caved and watched an episode in late January. I’m not sure what made me give in on that fateful evening. Perhaps it was the post-holiday, mid-winter depression that was setting in. Perhaps it was the increasing adoration from critics I respected that plastered my Twitter feed every Tuesday. Or maybe I was just looking for something to fill the void that the too-soon Parenthood finale left in my TV-loving heart. Whatever the reason was, I turned on the TV at 9pm on January 29th and watched my very first episode of New Girl. January 29th. Card-carrying members of the Nick and Jess fan club may recognize that date. That’s right; the first episode I watched was “Cooler.”
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In the vein of MTV2′s big hit Guy Code comes Girl Code, which is debuting on MTV tonight. It’s sort of like Best Week Ever meets The World’s Dumbest with a girly angle to it. Here’s what MTV has to say about the show: MTV’s new series Girl Code is a strong and smart female driven comedy series bringing millennial viewers a new, hilarious how-to manual full of over the top tips to push the envelope and open the dialogue about the wonders and woes of womanhood. In the same style of irreverent commentary that fans have come to love on MTV2’s top rated series Guy Code, the new MTV series calls on female stand-up comics, actresses and musicians—and even a few guys—to weigh in on the sisterhood that all girls share. I got a chance to screen the premiere and it’s quite amusing and worth checking out.
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The stars were out for the Bronx Science 75th Anniversary Gala, held at the Waldorf Astoria on Saturday evening. The evening ended up raising a million dollars for Bronx Science, which is a public charter school in New York, founded in 1939. Its main focus is on science, obviously, but from speaking with alumni, it was clear that many creative types found their home at Bronx Science as well. Attendees were treated to a brief history of Bronx Science from the captain of the debate team, who spoke so fast it made my head spin. But she was quite impressive. We also got to watch a performance by the Jazz Band and Steve Karmen who is known for writing the advertising jingle for the “I Love New York” ad campaigns. Now you might be asking, what is the TV Chick doing at a science/school gala? Well, many famous alumni work in TV, film and journalism. I got to speak to Jon Favreau (who will forever be Pete from Friends in my eyes), Jeff Greenfield (an author and journalist), and Dominic Chianese (from The Sopranos) about their experience at the school, their upcoming projects and what it means to them to be celebrating the 75th anniversary of their alma mater.
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