A drama-packed Scandal returned after nearly three months on hiatus. The political soap wasted no time getting back to business, and building enough tension to ensure an explosive final half of the season!
Sally Makes It a Three-Way
Sally (Kate Burton) upset everybody by announcing her candidacy for president. The religious conservative was determined to run for office as an Independent because of Fitz’s (Tony Goldwyn) loose morals.
She thought she was the righteous candidate. As for that pesky murdering her husband business? She blamed it on being temporarily possessed by the Devil. Is it safe to assume the Democratic nominee is already popping the bubbly? READ MORE
HBO’s movie adaptation of The Normal Heart will premiere Sunday, May 25 at 9 pm EST. Based on Larry Kramer’s award-winning play, The Normal Heart tells the story of the beginning of the AIDS crisis in 1980s New York City.
The adaption is directed by Ryan Murphy, and will star soap alums Jonathan Groff (One Life to Live), Finn Wittrock (All My Children) and Matt Bomer (All My Children, Guiding Light). READ MORE
Aria (Lucy Hale) was not taking the revelation of Ezra (Ian Harding) using her the whole time well. She was a little ball of rage that didn’t know how to get even, but it didn’t stop her from trying.
Ezra was away, so she went over to his apartment and completely trashed the place. READ MORE
The Crawley family headed to London in the of summer 1923 for Rose’s (Lily James) coming out season. Cora’s (Elizabeth McGovern) brother Harold (Paul Giamatti) and her mother Martha (Shirley MacLaine) even came to visit.
Tom (Allen Leech) decided to go later and ran into Sarah (Daisy Lewis) when he went to have dinner in the village. She invited herself over for a tour, and an uncomfortable Tom agreed. READ MORE
Dallas returns to TNT tonight for its third season. Based on the previews, the Ewings haven't lost a boot step. Sex, blackmail, greed and Stetsons never looked so good. Watch clips from Dallas Season 3 after the jump! READ MORE
Ok, I admit it. I binge watched Season 2 of the Netflix smash political drama House of Cards in two days. This season is chock full of intense situations, power moves, amazing performances and jaw dropping surprises.
HOC picks up right where the previous season left off. If the non-stop social media chatter since Friday hasn’t been enough to convince you to watch this suspenseful, thrilling drama, here are five reasons to press play on Season 2 of House of Cards.