Plus, “Survivor’s Remorse,” “Boardwalk Empire” and other hit shows worth checking out this week. There’s also what’s hot (Missy Elliot’s weight loss) and not (Shamil Tarpischev’s ignorant comments).
A pal and I were discussing the popularity of Bravo’s new show, “Blood, Sweat & Heels,” and how despite what seemed like low-to-average promotion, the show became the network’s highest-rated premiere ever.
So much has happened this past year and like many headlines, my year was filled with laughs and cries, yet I’m still here and very grateful (doesn’t that sound like a pulpit testimony?). Hey, the way I see it, we survived 2012 and will apparently make it out of 2013 OK, too.
Even though Jeffrey Wright has won a Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe, and appeared in more than 35 films as one of the most versatile actors of his generation, he’s far from a household name.
I don’t think Chalky White is really about that life. Nope. Too bad he didn’t realize this before his oldest daughter, Maybelle, was fatally shot. Pretty sure many viewers didn’t see that one coming. Sunday’s “Boardwalk Empire” season 4 finale was full of surprises like this.
Our hero dies listening to the waves beneath the boardwalk.
I called it again it seems. A month ago, I wrote that “this thing between Chalky White and Daughter Maitland will probably cause him more grief than pleasure.”
Warfare has broken out between Julianna Margulies’ Alicia Florrick and ex-boss/old flame Josh Charles’ Will Gardner, as her old firm, and new one, battle for position in this week’s episode.
It’s on! If you’ve been keeping up with HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” then you know that the beef between Chalky White and Dr. Valentin Narcisse just got real.
Kerry Washington guest-hosting “SNL” has been a top discussion for the past 36 or so hours. Overall, I found Washington’s appearance a welcomed surprise. She showed her acting range by allowing her comedic talents to come forth. I liked the cold open addressing the show not having any black female cast members.