Thursday, January 31, 2008

Feb. 1-3

Buzz suggested some books for fans missing their Gossip Girl, Brothers & Sisters, Heroes, and more. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Daemon's TV introduced their new regular feature, DVR (Daemon Video Recap), a fun video recap chipmunk-style of your favorite TV shows. (Daemon's TV)

Liz enjoyed a hefty dose of manufactured drama (with some crazy bitch, to boot) on the Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency. (Glowy Box)

Be it mere Sports Night nostalgia or something greater, Mikey is digging Thursday's session with In Treatment. (Mikey Likes TV)

Marcia explained why Supernatural is one of the most underrated shows on television. (Pop Vultures)

Feeling nostalgic, Rae recalled favorite childhood TV shows and moments from Buffy and Dawson's Creek among others with a TV meme. (RTVW)

For those that want to relive the show before its second season premiere March 2nd or if you just need some scripted television to watch before it goes the way of the dinosaur, Scooter is giving away Dirt Season 1 starring Courteney Cox on DVD. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance admits to liking guilty pleasures like the movie 27 Dresses, the new single by OneRepublic and the TV show Carpoolers. Yes, Vance is that one person watching that show. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace was all about Lost, with exclusive interviews with Matthew Fox, Josh Holloway, Elizabeth Mitchell, Michael Emerson, and Yunjin Kim, advance reviews, and morning-after analysis. (Televisionary)

TiFaux got naughty and kinky this week by offering up the Top Ten TV-Related Safe Words. (TiFaux)

Tube Talk celebrated the new season of Lost with a hilarious parody starring the Lost action figures. (Tube Talk)

Raoul found out the crazy things people say when they file complaints to the FCC about your favorite shows (TV Filter)

Thanks to some shameless in show advertising, the TV Addict deems NBC "Nothing But Commercials" (

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Jan. 25-27

Buzz shared tons of stories from the Freaks and Geeks reunion in San Francisco. (BuzzSugar)

Sandie interviewed Sophia Myles who plays Beth Turner on MOONLIGHT (Daemon's TV)

Liz watched writers from The Daily Show and The Colbert Report stage a hilarious mock debate on the strike. (Glowy Box)

Mikey wishes that James Marsters was in every episode of Torchwood. (Mikey Likes TV)

Fergus looked at five shows that never made it to the airwaves, much to our disappointment. (Pop Vultures)

To kick off the Adopt A Writer project Kelley interviewed Jasmine Love, a writer with credits from Moesha, The Division, and The District. (RTVW)

Usually the first quarter is a slow time for finding new albums, but Scooter has rounded up a list of 29 albums to check out in the next four months. Well, 28 and Ashlee Simpson. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance is going to miss Betty and Chuck during the strike hiatus. (Tapeworthy)

Jace was all about British TV this week, from an advance look at Torchwood's second season opener to the awe-inspiring finale of Life on Mars. (Televisionary)

Dan had some misgivings about Carson Kressley's tepid new show How to Look Good Naked. (TiFaux)

Raoul interviewed Rachel and TK from The Amazing Race. (TV Filter)

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Jan. 18-20

Buzz issued a bold challenge to recast Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (BuzzSugar)

Eric wrote about the French titles (translated) of American TV shows (Daemon's TV)

Liz previewed Hollywood Residential, a promising new single-camera comedy premiering Wednesday on Starz. (Glowy Box)

American Idol
is back, and Mikey's life is suddenly filled with meaning once again. (Mikey Likes TV)

Marcia reviewed the second season opener of Torchwood and, for the most part, liked what she saw. (Pop Vultures)

Rae had fun talking to a fellow Buffy fan and the woman behind Kyle XY's Jessi XX, Jaimie Alexander. (RTVW)

For those that prefer your horror movies to be more classic slasher like Evil Dead than realistic gore like Saw, you should definitely check out Hatchet starring the chick from Buffy the Vampire Slayer not named Buffy and the dude from Dharma and Greg not named Greg. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance is still undecided about Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. (Tapeworthy)
Desperate for something to watch, Jace tuned into the first two episodes of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and pleaded with John Connor to wash his greasy hair. (Televisionary)

Who do you think would win a knock-down, drag-out fight: NBC's Chuck or Rami from Project Runway? (TiFaux)

Jennifer had a "biting" good time interviewing Moonlight’s Sophia Myles about what it’s like working on a show about vampires. (Tube Talk)

We posted an in-depth interview with LOST star Elizabeth Mitchell, who's not surprisingly far more delightful than her somewhat sinister character Juliet. (

Kate watched American Idol for the first time ever - and loved it. (TV Filter)

Friday, January 11, 2008

Jan. 11-13

  • Buzz celebrated pop culture prom week. (BuzzSugar)
  • Sandie interviewed April Matson, who plays Lori Trager on ABC Family's KYLE XY. (Daemon's TV)
  • Liz finally got around to watching (and inevitably falling in love with) Dexter. (Glowy Box)
  • Think your job is bad sometimes? Marcia listed the worst workplaces on television. (Pop Vultures)
  • Four years, six months, and two days later Rae falls for One Tree Hill again. (RTVW)
  • For those who like their British chicks with mouths like a sailor, meet the 2008 model Kate Nash (no relations to Steve, Graham, or Nash Brownies). (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)
  • Vance preferred Cashmere Mafia over Lipstick Jungle but both are inferior replacements to the strike affected favorites currently ending by default. (Tapeworthy)
  • Jace's fiancee, the future Mrs. Televisionary, offers up reasons why Jace should XOXO Gossip Girl. (Televisionary)
  • Dan's reflections on Project Runway include: Victorya is no Chloe and Kevin's ouster was unjust. (TiFaux)
  • Jennifer was beyond "psyched" to chat with the boys of Psych. (Tube Talk)
  • Kate calculated odds for who will be the next Bachelorette. (TV Filter)
  • Daniel attended the Launch Party for TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES and was thrilled to meet one of the stars from the show responsible for his unhealthy television addiction (theTVaddict)

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Jan. 4-6

BuzzSugar: This week, we were disappointed by Cashmere Mafia, challenged you to recast The Nanny, and wondered which late-night host grew the best strike beard.

Glowy Box: It was a relatively quiet week at Glowy Box (and on TV), but Liz still managed to enjoy this week’s challenge on Project Runway, and be preached to by “Model4Jesus” on Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency.

Daemon's TV: Sandie posted the new midseason 2008 premiere TV schedule and interviewed the cast and crew of the new KNIGHT RIDER TV movie. Eric reviewed the first two episodes of the new season of MEDIUM.

Mikey Likes TV: In an attempt to carefully straddle the line between good taste and bad in 2008, Mikey reviewed the season premiere of The Wire and the most recent episode of Gossip Girl this week.

Pop Vultures: We ignored those silly New Year's resolutions in a celebration of television's most vice-ridden characters. We also explained why the television blockbuster is doomed to failure and wondered why Kylie Minogue's face never moved in the Doctor Who Christmas special.

RTVW: Spads wrapped up her three-part series about her time on the Chuck photoshoot. Saying goodbye to 2007, Rae shared her top seven memorable moments of the year and, ringing in the new year, wondered about the 2008 New Year's resolutions of some of her favorite TV characters.

Scooter McGavin's 9th Green: Already nostalgic for 2007? Then go back and look at Scooter’s lists for the Best (and Worst) of the Year including the best television, albums, and 100 best songs of the past twelve months. For those hoping the would combine two of the best channels on TV, The History Channel and The Weather Channel, you really want to check out Scooter’s preview of When Weather Changed History. And for those that like to be told who to vote for, Scooter has endorsed a presidential candidate just as the primary season begins.

Tapeworthy: It's the new year and everybody seems to have a best of list and Vance LIVES to make Best of Lists as if they actually mattered. So here are his picks for the Best Movies, Best Music and Best Television of 2007! Happy New Year!

Televisionary: This week, Jace--ecstatic about Televisionary being named one of ten "Must Click" TV websites by Entertainment Weekly--took a look at the new Doctor Who Christmas Special entitled "Voyage of the Damned," bemoaned the loss of Goth contestants Kynt and Vyxsin on The Amazing Race, and offered his television-themed New Year resolutions.

TiFaux: This week's highlight was our take on the Top Five and Bottom Five TV deaths of 2007. We also did a before and after on Gossip Girl's Penn Badgley and his various incarnations (and his poor hairstyle choices) and pondered the similarities between Dexter and Sweeney Todd.

Tube Talk welcomed back the boys of late night, beards and all, pondered why Rosie O’Donnell was voted the most annoying celebrity of 2007, and shared a first look at the new Knight Rider TV movie and KITT’s voice.

TV Filter: We have some awesome Anthony Bourdain swag to give away - you can still enter. Raoul interviewed the Goths from The Amazing Race and Kate was ecstatic over the return of Gossip Girl.

The TV Addict: Picked his favorite shows of 2007. Made some outlandish predictions for 2008 and started the craze that's sweeping the nation: TV Addicts Anonymous. Only together we can survive the WGA Strike!