Although we’re all still coping with the fact MTV’s Teen Wolf will be ending after this upcoming season, we’ve got a new MTV show to watch. This fall, the network will be premiering Sweet/Vicious starring London-based actress Eliza Bennett. The 24-year-old actress will be taking on the role of a superheroine who fights for justice over a very heated topic: campus rapists. If that already piqued your interest, check out our interview to read more about the show and her character.
Often times, being a millennial is a curse due to having such a bad reputation. CBS takes a stab at this generation with their new series premiering this fall, The Great Indoors. The comedy show revolves around adventure reporter Jack Gordon (played by Joel McHale) who has spent a chunk of time in the great outdoors. Things take a turn when Jack is given a position indoors in the digital department of his publication. I guess this is the perfect time to mention that he has no real experience with the digital world. (Who doesn’t know Snapchat, am I right?)
When we say the Brooklyn-based indie rock band Stone Cold Fox gives us tunnel vision, we mean that in more ways than one. Not only have they been added to our soundtrack of the summer, but they literally gifted the world with their EP Tunnel Vision back in July. If you’ve haven’t heard of Stone Cold Fox yet, consider this an introduction.
Say it ain’t so. Summer is officially over and I don’t know about you, but it was one of the best summers I’ve had in awhile. It seems as if there was something to do every weekend or a concert that couldn’t be missed. Didn’t it seem as if this year has been full of great acts? Summer may be done with and so are the summer music festivals, but don’t forget that there are a handful of Fall Music Festivals that you just can’t miss!
In the world we live in today, to quote Heidi Klum, “One day you’re in, and the next day, you’re out.” Granted, she’s talking about the fashion world, but this holds true with anything that goes “viral” on the Internet. However, this truth is anything but for actor Aidan Alexander. Sixteen-year-old Alexander is one of many examples that explain why the Internet is a fascinating place. Since starring in his own YouTube channel under the username Maadraad two years ago, he’s moved from the small screen onto the silver screen in just a few short years. With over 200K supporters on his side, there’s no saying goodbye to this star in the making. #TeamInternet for the win.
It was the biggest night for television… The Emmys! AKA the award show for anyone and everyone who stays glued to their small screens making sure they catch up on all the latest shows. However, after the award show, I realized how behind I am on all these Emmy-nominated shows even though I feel like I’m barely making it through my DVR.
By now, the hit competition television series American Ninja Warrior has become a household name. For eight seasons, competitors have gone through the show with empowering stories along with jaw-dropping physical performances. There to witness it in real time is host Akbar Gbajabiamila, who signed on to co-host the show with Matt Iseman and Kristine Leahy back in 2014. Since then, he’s been a fan favorite—especially with his “Akbarisms,” a term coined by fans of the show who were touched by Akbar’s memorable one-liners.
Searching for a new Romeo to swoon over? Brace yourselves. We have them, right here. Four of them actually. Jayk Purdy, Drew Ryan Scott, Blake English, and TC Carter make up the Los Angeles-based pop band After Romeo. And before you assume they take on the characteristics of your next average boy band, allow them to defy everything you believed in. Haven’t you learned that you can’t judge a book by its cover?
The most bizarre and unlikely pairing came together and made a movie: Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville. You have one man who sacrifices himself to be his own stuntman for the art of a movie while on the other hand, you have a man who has been known to do the most ridiculous stunts for the hell of it. So, maybe it isn’t that bizarre after all?
This summer, I recently finished binge-watching season one of The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. I started the series last fall but never had the time to keep up with it–until now. Thanks to the Twitterverse, I knew this was a show I couldn’t simply pass up due to the fact I kept seeing multiple tweets praising it. A weekend and four delivered meals later, I get it. I understand the hype, and I am now a part of it.
Last night was Country’s night to rock. Well, that was the slogan of CMA’s Music Festival which aired on ABC. The actual festival took place back in June at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN, but for those of us who couldn’t cash out money for travel and concert tickets, we were able to catch the show in the comfort of our own homes. Singers Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett took the reigns to host this year which gave Little Big Town a break from hosting duties for the night!
You know it’s summer when sharks attack. No, I’m not talking about Shark Week, silly. This is about SyFy’s Sharknado. Sharknado: The 4th Awakens, to be exact. The fourth installment of the made-for-television film premiered this past Sunday and it’s just as you expected… Completely outrageous possibilities jampacked into an hour and a half. Did you really expect something different from a franchise that brought David Hasselhoff to space? Didn’t think so.