Check out a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of ABC Familyâs HUGE Movie Night Episode 5 which airs on Monday July 26 2010 at 9/8c. Episode Synopsis: It`s movie night at Camp Victory in the fifth episode of Huge and while the campers anxiously await the announcement of the film they will be watching, rumors and anticipation builds about potential hook ups. Whose camp expectations will be met and whose will fall short? Find out Monday, July 26th (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT), on the new ABC Family original one-hour scripted series Huge. The episode, entitled Movie Night, was directed by Elodie Keene, and written by Andy Reaser. Source & Preview
TV had some announcements to make this week. Kathy Griffin had something to say about cancer prevention. Nigel Lythgoe thinks the So You Think dancers should warm up. Someone on The View has a "girl crush." And Glenn Beck used humor to announce a personal health crisis. Welcome to Top Moments: Hear Ye Hear Ye Edition. 11. Sneakiest Surprise: Just when Sookie seems cornered by Russell on this week's True Blood, a blue glow shoots from her hands and propels Russell's henchman Coot across the room. Sookie still doesn't understand this special power she has, which means we're all on the same page. 10. Saddest Mixup: Father Phil (guest star Peter Gallagher) convinces Rescue Me's Tommy that Janet is the key to straightening out his life (and afterlife). So Tommy is intent on making a change, until he finds a cozy Janet with Franco - who just moments before had almost kissed. He instantly assumes the worst, heads out to his truck and, you guessed it, tips a bottle. You can feel Tommy's heart crush as he wads up a picture of Janet and tosses it aside. To Read More Click Here .
Nikki Blonsky, best known for her adorable turn as Tracy Turnblad in the movie musical "Hairspray," is flexing the golden pipes again -- this time on "Huge." The Monday, July 26 episode sees Nikki's character Will growing more jealous of Ian's (Ari Stidham) infatuation with Amber (Hayley Hasselhoff), so to show off her romantic, softer side she writes a love song to make her feelings about Ian known. The rest of the camp is anxiously awaiting news on which movie they get to watch for "Movie Night," all while rumors swirl and anticipation builds about the potential hook ups among the various campers. "Huge" airs Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET on ABC Family. Source & Video
Which characters will share their first kiss on Monday's new episode of Huge? The previous for "Movie Night" below gives us an idea. Check it out now and don't forget to visit TV Fanatic every week for the latest reviews of this ABC Family drama... Source & Preview
Check out a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of ABC Family's HUGE 'Talent Night'Â Episode 4 which airs on Monday July 19 2010 at 9/8c. Episode Synopsis: In the fourth episode of Huge,Â the campers anxiously rehearse for talent night, all while Will enters panic mode when she cannot locate her camp journal - wondering whose hands have touched her secrets. What is in the journal that Will is so desperately trying to hide? Source & Preview
A summer camp romance is as traditional as summer camp itself - but what if that romance is with an authority figure? "I don't know if it's as common as [one between campers], but I'm sure it's happened," Huge star Zander Eckhouse tells us. "You have to walk that fine line. Can you? Can't you? It's definitely tough." Eckhouse is learning just how tough it is as his character, George, a newly hired counselor and fitness coach, is wrestling with his feelings for a camper, Amber (Hayley Hasselfhoff), at the weight-loss camp. The feeling is mutual, of course, but nothing has come of it - yet - besides a few flirty glances and George lending her his cell phone. "That cell phone scene was intense. There's major tension between them. You can feel it. George is definitely taken by Amber, but because he's so young and new, he's trying to find the balance between being a friend, an authority figure, a mentor and maybe being more than friend with some of them!" says Eckhouse, 23. "Will it be resolved? ... I think, in general, when two people are so attracted to each other, there's a point where they can't help themselves anymore. If two people are so taken with each other, they're going to find a way to feel that out." To Read More Click Here .
Check out a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of ABC Family's HUGE Live Action Role PlayÂ Episode 3 which airs on Monday July 12 2010 at 9/8c. Episode Synopsis: Dr. Rand (Gina Torres), much like Will, is forced to confront issues within her personal and professional life, including a struggle with parental loyalties, earning the respect of her employees, as well as facing unfolding secrets to her love life. When faced with the challenge of matching the previous camp director's enthusiasm, Dr. Rand delivers a surprisingly inspiring speech, providing Camp Victory with a new worth, as well as allowing the staff and campers to see her in a uncharacteristic but motivating way. Source & Preview
Tonight, the remaining 4 suitors take Ali to their hometowns on The Bachelor , while the rest of the True Beauty contestants continue their competition (unknowingly) as the most beautiful person inside & out! And don't forget to check out the season 6 premiere of The Closer , which has some exciting changes in store! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c The Bachelorette on ABC Lie to Me on Fox The Secret Life of the American Teenager on ABC Family 9/8c The Good Guys on Fox Last Comic Standing on NBC Huge on ABC Family 10/9c True Beauty on ABC The Closer on TNT -- season premiere! The Real Housewives of New Jersey on Bravo Rizzoli & Isles on TNT -- series premiere! Neighbors From Hell on TBS 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?
"Huge" will play some "Live Action Role Play" in the July 12 episode. Becca tries to start a "larping" club at camp, a sort of wizardry game, but to her dismay the club fails to be a success until Will uses her creativity and persuasion skills to coerce the other campers into participating. Dr. Rand, much like Will, is forced to confront issues within her personal and professional life. It includes a struggle with parental loyalties, earning the respect of her employees, as well as facing unfolding secrets to her love life. When faced with the challenge of matching the previous camp director's enthusiasm, Dr. Rand delivers a surprisingly inspiring speech, providing Camp Victory with a new worth, as well as allowing the staff and campers to see her in an uncharacteristic but motivating way. Source & Preview
Welcome to a new week of TV! While I'm starved for more True Blood after this Sunday's holiday break, ABC Family's surprisingly addictive summer TV plus my new marathon favorite look like they're going to tide me over juuust fine. There are some new premieres this week including a few biggies on Syfy , but since they aren't up my TV alley, don't forget to check out our Premieres of the Week post plus keep track of all the upcoming summer premieres on our full Summer Premiere Schedule ! What I'm Excited for This Week on TV ABC Family Summer TV - While I enjoy USA Network 's Burn Notice and Royal Pains over the summer, my newer thrills of summer TV are all for the love of ABC Family! And, well, I shouldn't forget to mention my Bravo favs including Top Chef and Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List . But I don't look forward to any of those quite like Make It or Break It (for which I need to catch up on this week due to holiday weekend conflicts), and of course tonight's new Pretty Little Liars! I was also surprised to like the premiere of Huge last week, so I'll be catching up on last night's new episode of that one as well. I'm interested to see if it falls into the annoying and/or slightly offensive category like The Secret Life of The American Teenager , or the irresistibly cute, and maybe even dramalicious, category like Make It or Break It . While I see Huge going better than I expected, I certainly don't see it being such a quick smash hit as Pretty Little Liars has been. PLL can be a little cheesy, there's something about it that's just so addictive that it's definitely the new summer show I look forward to the most these days. I'm certainly not the only one either! Don't forget to check out my fellow SideReel PLL addict, Heather's, weekly episodes of Pretty Little Liars TV reviewing each new episode and bringing you all the PLL news and gossip! Alias : My New Summer Marathon Show! Have you guys heard about this little show called Alias ?? Turns out it's freakin' fantastic!! Okay, fine, I know a lot of you have already watched it and, thankfully for those of us waaay behind, you watched it when it was on so it got the chance to stay on the air for so many seasons. This one's been on my list of "classics" I missed right along with Buffy The Vampire Slayer which will hopefully be up next though with how quickly the summer's going, I'm not sure I'll be able to fit it in before fall TV takes over! Any way about it, I absolutely plan to finish Alias as soon as humanly possible as it's probably the worst (aka best) cliffhanger show I've seen since the good ol' days of Lost . (Luckily I can travel in time in my TV watching so for me Lost can count as first.) If you're looking for a new summer marathon show and you like mystery, drama, anything with spies (I'm talking to you, Chuck fans!), and a seriously outstanding cast who you'll know from tons of other shows and movies since they were on Alias, start watching it immediately! What's your current favorite summer marathon show? Keep up with the SideReel Editorial Team Reel Critics: Bios, Columns & More Follow Kendra @sidereelKendra Follow Rachel @sidereelRachel Follow Alex @sidereelAlex Follow Dom @animereel