Should Women Who Don’t Have Children Get ‘Me-ternity’ Leave? (‘The View’) Random Thoughts… Still reeling from Sunday’s “Game of Thrones.” With all the deaths and other big ol’ moments, it really feels like they’re stepping on the gas pedal. That’s not a complaint. Free Million-Dollar Idea: “Breakdancing with the Stars.” You’re welcome, ABC. Are you […]
If I hadn’t seen a calendar this morning, I could have sworn today was Monday part two. So when I get home, I think I’m going to kick back and watch a movie with the family.
Find out what to watch tonight during prime time!
The top three finalist compete on “The Voice,” flashbacks help Finch on “Person of Interest,” and Julia Roberts plays a recent divorcee in “Eat Pray Love.”
From AMC’s “Breaking Bad” to HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and even animated shows like Fox’s “Family Guy,” the characters were dropping like flies.
The death of Det. Joss Carter in this week’s episode of “Person of Interest” was no surprise to the actress who played her, Taraji P. Henson. Watch her on “Letterman,” plus, watch this week’s episode of “Person of Interest” …
Congratulations, mi gente, you made it to Friday! After a week of mucho trabajo, it’s time to chill out in front of the television with a nice glass of vino and finally relax– you deserve it.
It’s ladies night on “Person of Interest” when Carter (Taraji P. Henson), Shaw (Sarah Shahi) and Zoe Morgan (Paige Turco) combine their woman power to bait a playboy who is either a predator or prey.
The Machine is missing and now completely self-governed when the third season of “Person of Interest” returns on its new night and time, Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 10 p.m. Even so, it continues to provide Harold Finch (Michael Emerson) with numbers of those in jeopardy.
CBS series “Person of Interest” had its own run-in with the NYPD. It turns out that while the crew was shooting the show outside on the street of the city, the New York Police Department had to shut down production after locals called the cops because they thought that a scripted gun battle was actually […]