- Robert Chan at Yahoo TV2 hrs ago
This week's “Arrow” has not one, but three future super-villains — and a dozen or so super-soldiers — to contend with. And if you’re excited about that possible “Flash” spinoff, well, Grant Gustin doesn’t make an appearance... but hopefully, fellow cast members Danielle Panabaker (“Justified”) and Broadway actor Carlos Valdes will do.
Since Isabel seized control of Queen Industries last week, the episode opens with Oliver, Felicity, and Sara blowing up their own Applied Science Center to keep Deathstroke away from the centrifuge he needs.
So Deathstroke shows up to the Arrowcave and swipes the skeleton key (from the Clock King episode a couple months back), which he uses to break into a S.T.A.R. Labs warehouse where he confronts Caitlin Snow (Panabaker) and Cisco Ramon (Valdes).
Those two will be part of the new “Flash” series, slated to debut this fall if The CW picks it up. Snow and Ramon are engineers employed by the company responsible for the particle-accelerator explosion that gives the Flash his powers. When we meet them, though, they’re just doing inventory on a bunch of science experiments.
- Victoria Leigh Miller at Yahoo TV7 hrs ago
Lindsay Lohan is invading your TV. The 27-year-old tabloid darling (and frequent rehab visitor) is popping up all over the small screen with talk show guest spots, sitcom cameos, and her own Oprah-approved docuseries. But in true LiLo fashion, the TV time isn't exactly consistent. Check out our roundup of LiLo's recent highs and lows on TV.
The buzzy OWN reality show, "Lindsay," follows the starlet's sixth attempt at getting sober as she moves from Los Angeles to New York. But not everyone is giving the series a thumbs-up. After Lohan admitted in one episode that she "screwed up" and relapsed with a glass of wine after her latest rehab stint, Rosie O'Donnell hit Twitter to slam the docuseries:
The Lindsay show is a tragedy - on every level - I hope one day she gets sober for real and watches these episodes - n sees what we all do
- Kelly Woo at Yahoo TV12 hrs ago
Villains on “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” are usually contestants who bring a heap of drama: They have a girlfriend back home, they get catty with other people in the house, they break the lead’s heart, they’re “not there for the right reasons.”
But the biggest villain in the franchise’s history is a “Bachelor” himself — Juan Pablo Galavis. And it’s clear the show and ABC don’t think well of him: A new poster promoting Andi Dorfman as the next “Bachelorette” totally disses the guy. It reinforces the idea that Juan Pablo was the worst “Bachelor” ever.
“She’s looking for the right Juan one,” the poster reads.
The hate campaign began almost as soon as his season started, when Galavis made derogatory remarks about gay people. He apologized and chalked it up to the fact that English is his second language.
- Lia Haberman at Yahoo TV1 day ago
Officially, "New Girl's" Max Greenfield was the one guest starring on tonight’s "Mindy Project." But let’s call a player a player. The first-grade teacher who Mindy Lahiri hooks up with tonight turns out to be pure Schmidt — funny, sexy, and ultimately a total (and possibly married) douche.
Not that we’re complaining: Fox’s semi-crossover episode is just the thing Mindy needs to get over her broken heart. The distraction also ices out Dr. Castellano until Danny’s reduced to begging for office gossip and giving relationship advice to pantry hook-up partners Tamra and Morgan.
Mostly, tonight’s laughs come from Peter’s bro-tastic advice to Mindy to forget Danny and her loser coffee date and rip through dudes. It’s not about Mr. Right; it’s all about Mr. Right Now. Schmidt would approve.
"The Mindy Project" airs Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. on Fox.
- Maggie Furlong at Yahoo TV1 day ago
Esquire Network's "Knife Fight" is like those intense "Top Chef" Quickfire Challenges on speed: Chefs are working head-to-head, ticking clock taunting them, to crank out dishes unique and delicious enough to impress some of their own.
But Season 2 (premieres Tuesday, April 15 at 9 p.m. with a special one-hour episode) looks to be even "Top Chef"-ier, thanks to host Ilan Hall (winner of "Top Chef" Season 2) bringing in more of his fellow Bravo competition alums. We've got an exclusive sneak peek at the Season 2 premiere, featuring Mike Isabella (Season 6 and Season 8's "All-Stars" edition, where he was runner-up) and Tim Love (from "Top Chef Masters" Season 1).
Watch our exclusive sneak peek of the "Knife Fight" Season 2 premiere:
"This season we changed it up a bit and stretched across the entire country in search of talent from all regions," Hall told Yahoo TV. "This proved to bring some interesting flavor."
- Kelly Woo at Yahoo TV1 day ago
For Greer Grammer, Hollywood isn't just a place — it's the family business.
The 22-year-old actress stars in MTV's "Awkward" and is following in the footsteps of her father, Kelsey Grammer, and her sister, Spencer Grammer ('Greek" and "Ironside"). But don't think she's a pampered princess who gets work based on her last name. Greer , whose big dream is to appear on Broadway, is a professionally trained performer attending the University of Southern California.
Grammer chatted with Yahoo TV about the fourth season of "Awkward," which premieres tonight, as well as the career advice she's gotten from dear old dad.
It's senior year on "Awkward." What can we expect from such a big year? Everyone finds out their class rankings, which creates some drama seeing where everyone is. My favorite episode so far this season is one where the kids go and visit colleges, and having been on a college visit, it's fun to watch. We get to see how your favorite characters are dealing with going to college. Are they all going to the same college? Are they going to split up? It's very interesting.
- Jenny Depper at Yahoo TV1 day ago
"American Idol" hopeful Malaya Watson was sent packing after she failed to crack the Top 7 on the reality competition show, but the Michigan native, who became a fan-favorite because of her perky personality, already has big plans laid out post-"Idol," starting with finishing high school.
The 16-year-old told Yahoo TV that she'll be back at her old high school stomping grounds this week and is already prepping for a little "Idol" fame. "I expect all these people that used to talk about me to try and be my best friend," Malaya said jokingly before adding that she's already had a couple crazy fan run-ins. "Somebody ran over to me and yelled, 'Oh, my God' and then asked me to sign their face."
- Mike Vulpo at Yahoo TV1 day ago
Step aside, Kardashians! There's a new family on reality TV that fans can't stop talking about.
Self-made millionaire Todd Chrisley and his family have become instant stars thanks to their hit show, "Chrisley Knows Best." Filmed in the suburbs of Atlanta, the reality show centers on Todd, the patriarch of the family who needs to know everything — and we mean everything — about his children. Already renewed for a second season, the USA series provides plenty of drama, laughs, and even some parallels to the Kardashian family.
We decided to take a look at our favorite Chrisley family members and match them up with famous Kardashians. Perhaps we will now be keeping up with the Chrisleys for many years to come.
Todd Chrisley and Kris Jenner
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- Maggie Furlong at Yahoo TV1 day ago
NBC's remake of the classic psychological thriller "Rosemary's Baby" (May 11 and 15 at 9 p.m.) looks appropriately terrifying — it is about a woman who becomes pregnant with the devil's child, after all — but this first trailer also promises that we'll see more than what was shown in Roman Polanski's 1968 version. Why? Because this miniseries is four hours long, airing over two nights.
Zoe Saldana takes over the role of Rosemary, with "Suits" star Patrick J. Adams playing her husband Guy Woodhouse, and Jason Isaacs as Roman Castevet, their new neighbor with an evil agenda.
Take a look at the trailer:
In 1968, Polanski, already a known filmmaker in his native Poland, made his Hollywood debut with "Rosemary's Baby," an adaptation of Ira Levin's bestselling novel of the same name.
- Victoria Leigh Miller at Yahoo TV2 days ago
SPOILER ALERT: This recap reveals the elimination results of Week 5 of "Dancing With the Stars."
It was a Disney dance-off on this week's "Dancing With the Stars," with the nine remaining celebrity couples celebrating some of the most iconic Disney animated movies of all time, accompanied by favorite songs and animated characters.
The night also marked the first perfect score of the season, and the return of Donny Osmond to the ballroom. The Season 9 mirrorball champ was this week's guest judge, and he came with his own Disney cred: In 1998, Osmond sang Captain Shang's "I'll Make a Man Out of You" on the hit movie "Mulan." The singer also dished another Disney connection: "Walt Disney himself discovered my brothers," he revealed. "So I'm in show business because of Walt Disney."
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