The show has stirred up some controversy.
Paris Jackson said the episode made her want to "vomit."
These shows either deserve to be on this list because they have just been around for so long, or they've been around for too long. I mean really, producers need to realize when their show is past its prime and stop trying to drag it along.
Surprise, surprise: Thursday's season five premiere of Jersey Shore collected a million viewers less than the first episode of last season, when the cast was in Italy. Some people argue that they're sick of watching these same eight people, I argue that there's too many extraneous characters to keep track of.
It's hard to believe they are already on their fifth season, but people (myself included) will definitely tune in to watch. If you're still not convinced that this show is worth an hour of your time, allow me list some reasons why it is.
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.
PopEater has spotted Heidi Montag, Jake Pavelka, and Danielle Straub filming together in Los Angeles. What were they filming? No one knows. Apparently details about this production are "being kept under wraps.” But that doesn’t mean we can’t make a few guesses, does it? Come on, let’s think. What do these “stars” all have in common?
• How to live big on a small budget • The worst show ever just got canceled • Studies say you should fake an accent • This is a couple made in PR heaven • Top 20 love and sex scandals of 2010 • Smoking just once can be deadly • LOLS for surviving finals
Let me start by saying, The Bachelor Pad is my new favorite show on television. If you watched the premiere last night, you know what I’m talking about. It’s like The Bachelor on steroids - more drama, more hook-ups, more booze…basically amazing.
While flipping through the channels last night during primetime, I discovered the real reason why our favorite shows go off the air during the summer: to make way for the sh*tshow that is summer television, which leaves us begging for The Office and House come September.
Anyone who knows me knows not to call on Tuesday nights. Not only is it Biggest Loser night, but it also happens to be the best night of my week because of one thing only: The Real Housewives. I don't care if they are from Orange County, Hot-lanta or New York, I can't get enough of these women.
The Nielson Company’s “Three Screen Report” is now saying that the average American is watching 151 hours of television a ...