Sound like a new Lifetime drama? No, it’s just the preview of the season finale of True Blood Season 2. Admittedly, I don’t know a whole lot about this show, so I won’t pretend to tell you what I think about it. All I know is it’s pretty popular so I thought some of you vampire-loving enthusiasts might like a sneak peek at the season finale!
FYI, on July 30, 2009, HBO confirmed that a third season of True Blood will be released in the summer of 2010. Producer Alan Ball has said that he plans to start shooting the third season before Christmas 2009.
What’s all the hype about Big Brother 11 Pandora’s Box? It’s a lot of speculation at this point, but if you don’t want any spoilers, don’t read on.
In the latest episode of Big Brother Kevin won the Head of Household competition. (Yay Kevin). There was a Power of Veto competition, which Michele won, leaving her with the option to take herself off the block and put some other sorry sucker in her place. Who would you place up there?
The real question is what is Pandora’s Box and does it have any role in saving Jeff or any other member from the block? I read around on some other blogs and sites and it seems people are thoroughly confused.
Two things seem constant, however. One, most people love Jeff and want him to stay (what’s your opinion?) and two, Jeff finds a key in Pandora’s Box. What does this key lead to? Your guess is as good as mine.
But, since I think that Big Brother 11 sucks, I’m not losing any sleep over it. Reality TV has lost its allure to me–if it ever had any. Tell us what you think. Who should stay? What’s the deal with Pandora’s Box? Share your thoughts and leave your vote below of the latest episode of Big Brother 11.
You’ve undoubtedly heard the hype by now: Jay Leno is moving to primetime with The Jay Leno Show airing Sep. 14 at 10 pm. Will this be a show worth watching? Is NBC crazy for giving up their 10 pm slot to a comedy hour and not some drama? If you ask me, anything besides the late ER is a big step in the right direction.
The Jay Leno Show will not be a variety show, nor will it be a repeat talk show like the one Leno just retired from. He says, simply, there will be more comedy and less guests. In other words, all the good stuff we liked from the Tonight Show like his monologues, Headlines and Jay Walking, plus some new additions.
The Jay Leno Show will now feature regular corespondents, sort of Daily Show-esque, if you will. Most surprising about this tid bit is that Brian Williams, anchor to NBC Nightly News, will be one of those corespondents. It will be interesting to see how that one turns out.
The new show will also feature “The Green Car Challenge” where guests will race each other on a race track in a souped-up electric Ford Focus to see who can get the fastest time. “There are a lot of celebrities who people want to see, but they don’t necessarily want to hear them talk,” Leno said.