- Yahoo TV3 hrs ago
In the least surprising twist in "Bachelor" history, 26-year-old prosecutor Andi Dorfman has been selected as the next "Bachelorette."
It's been the worst-kept secret for weeks, ever since Andi eliminated herself from pursuing "Bachelor" Juan Pablo Galavis. She left after the overnight dates when her fantasy suite experience turned out to be a "nightmare."
Almost immediately, fans began speculating that Andi was a "Bachelorette" candidate and Yahoo TV confirmed she was a frontrunner.
On last night's "After the Final Rose" special, the news was made official. The glowing assistant district attorney from Atlanta received a warm reception from the audience, and said she's excited to embark on her own journey for love.
- Lyndsey Parker at Yahoo TV3 hrs ago
"I want to hear someone who will blow me away. Let's do this ," declared Adam Levine at the start of Monday's "Voice" episode, the penultimate Blind Auditions episode of Season 6. And his words certainly resonated with me. While the season had been filled with talent, of course, there still hadn't been that one huge breakout moment, that one jaw-dropping, watercooler-chatter audition. Adam didn't even recruit anyone last Tuesday. Would this Monday be the night when his luck — and Season 6's luck — would change?
"You gotta wait for great," Usher told Adam backstage. And Adam took that advice, scoring a valuable team player, but not until the episode's end. However, before that moment, a few other promising singers gave it a spin, so to speak. Here's how the night went:
- Yahoo TV4 hrs ago
But Juan Pablo did not propose to Nikki and didn't even declare his love for her.
"I'm not 100 percent sure," he told her of proposing. "I'm 100 percent sure I don't want to let you go. I like you a lot ."
Though he had a Neil Lane diamond ring in his pocket, he didn't give it to her. Instead, Juan Pablo gave her the final rose — and Nikki accepted.
"We've been really happy, and it's been great," Nikki revealed on the "After the Final Rose" special. They are together and she's still in love. As to his feelings? "I don't know."
When Juan Pablo joined her in the hot seat, he said he was looking forward to starting a normal relationship with Nikki.
Host Chris Harrison asked about a "big surprise" that Juan Pablo had planned — but the "Bachelor" denied any such thing (so, no live proposal). He also refused to say that he loves Nikki.
- Yahoo TV8 hrs ago
When the finale of a "Bachelor" or "Bachelorette" season rolls around, fans are usually excited to find out who the lead ends up with. For Juan Pablo Galavis, however, there's a collective shrug about his choice between Clare Crawley and Nikki Ferrell. The buzz on Twitter is that he’s the "worst 'Bachelor' ever." The women on the show didn’t like him. Even the show’s producers are totally over him.
"Everyone is definitely ready for Juan Pablo's season to be over. Producers felt like they were putting out fires left and right with him, starting with the gay comments," an inside source told Yahoo TV.
"He used the 'second language' excuse a lot, no one is really buying it. Two girls chose to leave in the top six. When has that ever happened before? That should be indicative of what we were working with."
- Yahoo TV8 hrs ago
Would you trust these women to take your young daughter shopping for a wedding-appropriate dress?
"We're clearly not following every wedding tradition," Mitch says, "but there will damn sure be one dress the grooms don't see until the big day."
Watch the sneak peek of "Other People's Children" (airs Wednesday, March 12 at 9 p.m. on ABC) to see the family dynamics at their most rapid pace, and to hear Cam's true feelings about both women:
"Modern Family" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on ABC.
Here's ABC's official description of the episode: "Other People’s Children" – It's male-bonding day when Jay takes Luke into the garage to show him the way around tools and impart some manly wisdom, and Gloria goes with Claire and Lily to shop for Lily's flower girl dress. Elsewhere, Mitch, Cam, Alex, and Manny go for a cultured day at the museum but it eventually becomes survival of the smartest. And Phil enthusiastically offers to help Andy with his anniversary gift to his girlfriend, which is an elaborate video expression of his love.
- Yahoo TV12 hrs ago
"About a Boy" (Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC) is charming and sweet, and that's thanks in large part to its non-"Boy" stars Minnie Driver and David Walton.
Yahoo TV has a fun first look at Driver and Walton interviewing each other, and the results are pretty hilarious... seriously, if this acting thing doesn't work out, we'd totally watch their late-night talk show.
Here's "About David Walton"... Who was not on "The Waltons," just in case you were wondering. But he does have good answers for the best and funniest actresses he's ever worked with. Just don't ask him which actress was the loveliest and kindest.
- Yahoo TV13 hrs ago
HBO's next guaranteed awards favorite movie "The Normal Heart" will make you cry — now there's a trailer to prove it.
Based on Larry Kramer's acclaimed play, "Glee" and "American Horror Story" creator Ryan Murphy helms "The Normal Heart," a look at the early days of the HIV-AIDS crisis in 1980s New York City. Starring Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts, Taylor Kitsch, Matt Bomer, and Jim Parsons, even the trailer will make you weepy. Take a look:
Ruffalo plays Ned Weeks, a man who set out to get answers for why the government was ignoring the rapidly spreading HIV-AIDS virus in the gay community, and Bomer plays Felix Turner, a reporter who becomes Ned's lover. At the Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour in January, Bomer revealed that the play was his first introduction to the onset of HIV-AIDS: "I read it in the closet of my drama room when I was 14 years old... and the irony of that is not lost on me."
- Yahoo TV13 hrs ago
Daryl and Beth must be avid readers of this column, because a week after we took them to task for burning down a perfectly good shelter, they decided to set up camp in a seemingly abandoned funeral home. Progress!
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They fortified the place by boarding up the windows and setting up a zombie alarm system on the porch. So far, so good!
Secure in their new home, they were free to feast on pigs feet and diet cola to their heart's desire. Daryl even carried Beth over the threshold like an eager young groom:
So when he and Beth heard a rattle from their zombie alarm system, they assumed it was just that darn dog again. Daryl even took some pigs feet to lure the dog inside. Awww… Daryl and Beth are sharing a house, and getting a pet!
Knock knock, who's there? Yeah, it's zombies, of course.
- Yahoo TV1 day ago
The "True Detective" finale left us with one dangling question: Were we watching a buddy cop comedy all along and we didn't even know it? The HBO crime drama series starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson has been lauded as genius, epic, nothing short of perfect, so there was a lot riding on its big Season 1 finale. Did it deliver? After HBO Go stopped crashing, that is? Let's break it down. Huge spoiler alert, obviously. Don't read more unless you've seen the "True Detective" Season 1 finale.
With scarface/green spaghetti monster/lawnmower man holding his dead father hostage, with Ziploc bags of clear liquid hanging from the ceiling of his little torture shack, the finale kicked off with a feeling of impending, creeptastic doom.
- Yahoo TV1 day ago
SPOILER ALERT: The recap for the "Alone" episode of "The Walking Dead" contains storyline and character spoilers.
That didn't take long: Beth made that comment last week about how Daryl would miss her when she's gone, and thanks to a honey trap of a house, now she is.
Things worked out better for Sasha, Maggie, and Bob, as Sasha realized the only thing worse than trying to survive the zombie apocalypse is trying to do it alone, a realization she came to before she and her group were permanently disbanded (or dismembered).
The Bob Backstory
Bob was traveling alone, dejected, fashioning makeshift homes for himself, downing bottles of cough syrup, and staring at walkers as they tried furiously to get at him. He didn’t seem especially afraid of walkers, and didn't seem to especially care if he continued to evade them or not.