For whatever reason, strategy on Survivor: Blood vs. Water does not seem to include both trust and long-term goals. There are some major boneheaded moves as we approach the halfway point of the game.
Still here. Get used to it.
This week features the first-ever Biggest Loser auction for exercise equipment. There’s still too many people, so there’s no time to dwell on anything.
Eavesdropping is the main source of danger in this episode of The Tomorrow People, as we learn more about Cara’s past and Stephen’s potential future with (Pain in the) Astrid.
Team Dance Drama / Many Exhausted Dancers / Who went home Monday?
Wackiness at every turn as law enforcement confronts Halloween shenanigans on this week’s All of Them.
On a scale of ‘one’ to ‘awesome’, which show opened with a stronger set of monster-of-the-weeks for its weeks that had monsters?
The Big Bang Theory took top show honors Thursday, though it was Fox’s coverage of World Series game two that won the night.
Survivor introduces its tenth twist of the season this week: tribal swap! The new configurations put alliances to the test, and we learn some valuable lessons on information sharing and trust.
NBC squeaked out a ratings win Tuesday, riding on the strength of The Voice. CBS’s procedural blockade dominated the night in audience size.
On this week’s episode of The Biggest Loser, Dr. H pays a visit, the teams face their first challenge, and only one person on each team will count at the weigh-in. Let’s look at this week’s numbers.