Netflix will always be faithful.
What will you be watching during the holiday season?
Is your favorite show on the list?
Get ready to sit around a lot this fall.
1. A watermelon would grow in your stomach if you ate the seeds.
While nothing can really touch PLL, we must say: There's a new crop of shows in town and they're good.
They've made everyone from their best friends to inappropriate paramours fall head over heels.
Reality TV is the perfect mental cotton candy.
No plans for this Memorial Day long weekend? All your friends are going away? Or you just don't feel like leaving your comfy couch? Perfect! We have the best TV shows for you to marathon during the long weekend.
The 1990s were a magical time when teen and children's television was top notch. No, not every show was about being famous or obscenely rich, the shows featured teenagers who didn't wear designer clothing and had pretty hum drum lives.
Who doesn't want an excuse to make nice with someone they've been fighting with? Or better yet, an excuse to pick a fight and then fix it later on?
I love television, especially when there are shows that focus on strong female leads. This year has been great for women in television. We've got Whitney, Two Broke Girls, New Girl, Revenge, Heart of Dixie, Ringer, Good Christian Belles, Are Your There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea, and the list goes on.
•What do your favorite TV stars watch? •Are celebs more screwed up than us? •Stealing the style of the ladies of 'Bachelorette' •Give Madonna all your luvin' •The best 'Twilight' vs. 'Hunger Games' battle •Introducing your man to toys
Back in November (that seems so long ago now that it's 2012), NBC put its stellar comedy, Community, on an indefinite hiatus. Fans were outraged and nmany have been campaigning to "Save Community" since the announcement.
With 2012 coming in strong, I can't get over how weird TV keeps getting. Consistently bad reality TV, shows cancelled left and right... I can't stand it. That's why I can't help but be nostalgic for the early 2000's and late 1990's.
•These TV shows will get you in the mood •10 unbelievable reactions to movies •I have a boring vagina •Irish men are easy on the eyes •Decorating your dorm for the holidays •What do you think of Gaga's (massively long) music video?
Looking back at old TV shows, I can't help but notice how some kids' shows were able to air. Obviously as young ones, we didn't catch on to crude humor.
The Emmys are tonight, which means hot TV actors in tuxedos. I don't really care who wins any of the awards, I just care that Jon Hamm gets more camera time than Ed O'Neill. This year, tons of swoon-worthy guys are nominated for awards, which means we will be glued to our TVs even if the show lasts 10 hours.
The first time I tuned into ABC Family was years and years ago. Other channels had been showing previews for an ABC Family drama about a girl and a horse. Still heartbroken over the loss of my beloved Caitlin’s Way (they totally stole the plotline!), I decided to give Wildfire a try.
I think it's pretty clear by now that here at CollegeCandy we take our tv watching pretty seriously. We either love it, or hate it. (Or love to hate it.) We know what we like and what we don't and we're not afraid to say it. And when we're invested in a show, we're invested in a show.
Apparently there are worse things than toothbrush shanks and dropping the soap in prison. More specifically: the Kardashians. The high-profile, high-drama family has caused "emotional distress" for one inmate via being forced to watch both Keeping Up With the Kardashians and Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami. The real kicker is this: he's suing.
I love the convenience of watching TV shows online (besides that whole "burn my thighs" thing), but it can be a hassle sometimes when the season or particular episode isn't available on a particular site, forcing me to hunt across the internet for the show I want to watch. Which, turns out, is only available in Japanese.
• Who's another of her Hollywood d-bags? • Sandra Bullock is really, really happy. Really! • You waxing at home? A few tips from the pros.... • God sends Michael Lohan a message. He doesn't get it. • Could this be the answer to painful pumps? • The 7 most glaring inconsistencies in TV show history.
We at CollegeCandy have really enjoyed watching the Winter Olympics (read: ogling the hot athletes). But as much fun as it was rooting on our people for the past two weeks, I'm a little more than psyched that some of my favorite shows are coming back!
There are some things you learn in life (and in textbooks) that you never forget: We went to the moon in 1969. Plants live by converting sunlight into energy through the process of photosynthesis. Cows have four stomachs.
• And they do it well. • Babies are funny. • Oh no, Alexa Joel. We hope she's OK. • Sex will make you healthy. • What are the most-watched shows of the decade? • It's easier to bruise a dude's ego than we thought.
Of the many things I’ve learned during my first few weeks of college, perhaps the most often reinforced lesson is that Friday night + Saturday night = party time on campus. But if you’re like me and not really into the party scene, there are still tons of ways to have a great time on the weekend without resorting to the usual standby of a DVD and popcorn. Just get creative (and a permit from public safety)!
When real-world guys just don’t do it for us, we love to escape to our favorite TV shows and live vicariously through the ladies with great boyfriends, even with all the baggage and dramz. There’s just something about leading men that makes us go crazy with adoration/jealousy/excitement/OMG-THEY-FINALLY-GOT-TOGETHER!
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