Tonight the fall premieres continue with Vampire Diaries at 8, followed by The CW 's second brand-new series, Nikita at 9! And don't forget to see how the dramatic JWoWW-Sammi fight continues on Jersey Shore ! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Vampire Diaries on The CW -- season premiere! Big Brother 12 on CBS 9/8c Rookie Blue on ABC Nikita on The CW -- series premiere! Project Runway on Lifetime Television The Real Housewives of D.C. on Bravo 10/9c Jersey Shore on MTV On the Road With Austin & Santino on Lifetime Television Don't forget to check out the SideReel editorial team's individual columns and Twitter accounts over at our new Reel Critics page to see what we have to say about tonight's TV! What will you be watching?
The "live" show on Big Brother 12 ended with the start of the jungle-themed part 1 of the final HoH, an endurance competition that left Hayden, Enzo and Lane swinging. Read My Recap of Britney's Eviction>> The competition was completed Tuesday night, but the live feeds didn't come back until tonight, so keep reading to find out who won. SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 12 spoilers. Hayden won the endurance competition. In other words, Hayden now has three competition wins in a row, and he's won four of the last six competitions he's played in. Not too shabby. To Read More Click Here .
Things are happening faster in the "Big Brother 12" house than we thought they would -- is this season seeming really weird to anyone else? Don't keep reading if you don't want to be spoiled. According to BB Dish, CBS taped the next eviction and started the first part of the next Head of Household competition Tuesday night (Sept. 7). Predictably, Britney was evicted from the house, so be sure to leave questions for her in the comments, as we will be interviewing her via email Wednesday night after the next episode ends. To Read More Click Here .
Tonight, make sure to check out the series premiere of Hellcats , which premieres right after the start of America's Next Top Model cycle 15, as well as new series Terriers on FX . But in the midst of all this new TV, don't forget part 1 of the Top Chef finale! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c America's Next Top Model on The CW -- season premiere! Big Brother 12 on CBS 9/8c America's Got Talent on NBC Dark Blue on TNT Hellcats on The CW -- series premiere! She's Got the Look on TV Land 10/9c Psych on USA Network Real World: New Orleans on MTV Dark Blue on TNT Terriers on FX Top Chef on Bravo -- finale part 1! Don't forget to check out the SideReel editorial team's individual columns and Twitter accounts over at our new Reel Critics page to see what we have to say about tonight's TV! What will you be watching?
As expected based on the strange happenings and live feed blackout on Big Brother 12, today was an unusual day. SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 12 spoilers. Today was the very unkind not-live eviction of Britney and the start of the final HoH competition. Viewers will get to see it unfold on Wednesday night's show, but it has to crush little Britney's spirit to know she didn't even get a live show for her exit. After Hayden didn't use the Power of Veto and Enzo voted to evict Britney, the three remaining members of the Brigade started part 1 of the final HoH competition. True to form, part 1 is endurance, meaning part 2 will most likely be a skill and the final part, on the live finale next Wednesday, will be a short, random quiz that takes a season's worth of drama and makes it all about who can randomly guess answers the best. To Read More Click here .
Strange things are happening inside the Big Brother 12. Starting Tuesday morning until after Wednesday's show, the live feeds have gone dark, re-airing the feeds from Big Brother After Dark starting with the first night in the house. This strangeness comes after an unusual Monday where the HGs taped the goodbye messages, took photos and Hayden wrote his HoH blog, all events that typically happen on Wednesday. Even though everyone knows that Hayden won't use the Power of Veto and Britney is going to be evicted, it's also odd that the goodbye messages were filmed before the actual Power of Veto ceremony. In theory, the nominations could still change. Even stranger, the HGs were on an inside lockdown for most of Monday while production was constructing something in the backyard. To Read More Click Here .
Ragan Fox was the latest evicted houseguest on "Big Brother 12." He tells Zap2it about his time in the house, being the saboteur and that he really does hate Rachel. Are you glad you did "Big Brother"? Was it a positive experience overall? Yes - I would do it a million times over To Read More Click Here .
NFL preseason games aired in a number of local markets Thursday night, and they skewed ratings upward in those markets. CBS got the biggest bump, but the numbers were up pretty much across the board. Some of that will drop out in the final nationals, but with that in mind, here's how Thursday played out: CBS scored 9.65 million viewers and a 6.2 rating/10 share in households for the night, easily beating second-place ABC (6.3 million, 3.9/7). NBC took third with a 5.2 million viewers and a 3.4/6. FOX (4.7 million, 2.9/5) came in fourth, and The CW (1.8 million, 1.1/2) trailed. In the adults 18-49 demographic, CBS' 2.7 rating led the way. NBC finished second in the demo at 1.8. ABC, 1.6, edged FOX, 1.5, for third place. The CW drew a 0.6. To Read More Click Here .
After last week's tension-filled Project Runway judging, this week the drama is bound to escalate as Gretchen tries to redeem herself after throwing her team under the bus. Also, don't forget a new episode of Rookie Blue ! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Big Brother 12 on CBS 9/8c Rookie Blue on ABC Project Runway on Lifetime Television 10/9c Futurama on Comedy Central Jersey Shore on MTV 10:30/9:30c On the Road With Austin & Santino on Lifetime Television Don't forget to check out the SideReel editorial team's individual columns and Twitter accounts over at our new Reel Critics page to see what we have to say about tonight's TV! What will you be watching?
I spent the past weekend doing my best Rachel impression, hanging out in Vegas and saying "Obvi!" as much as possible. However, it also meant I was away from Big Brother 12 for too long, even though the three hours of Big Brother: After Dark have become painfully unbearable with just five HGs. However, something must've happened, because the Power of Veto ceremony did not go as I originally expected. Keep reading to find out. SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 12 spoilers. Enzo won the Power of Veto and saved himself. Hayden was nominated as his replacement. I was certain Lane would side with the Brigade and betray Britney, but I guess he wants to stay in her good graces so she'll help him out in the final four if she wins the PoV. I also guess Lane was feeling confident enough that Ragan was definitely going to be evicted no matter who he put up.