A duo from Dallas, Texas pitch their eclectic sock of the month club subscription while standing in their boxer shorts, but will Sharks jump in feet first? Two men from Tulsa, Oklahoma offer the Sharks an investment opportunity in their unique line of wooden bowties, lapel accessories and men’s fedoras; an entrepreneur from Springdale, Maryland has a valet and garage parking app that enables users to pay in advance by credit card; and parents of youngsters tout the benefits of their grippy balm that keeps eyeglasses from slipping. And in a follow-up segment on several of Kevin O’Leary’s previous deals, we see how he is leveraging the success of his investments including Bottle Breacher, Wicked Good Cupcakes and Honeyfund into brands to celebrate a wedding couple on Nantucket, with Mr. Wonderful officiating for the Happy Couple.
When newspaper reporter Lorenzo Colt (Zachary Booth)
is targeted while wearing NYPD gear on a ride-along with Jamie and Eddie, Frank puts Danny and Baez on the hunt for the shooter who may be out for other members on the force. Also, Garrett contemplates taking another job.
[Warning: this post contains spoilers for the BONES episode, “The Brother in the Basement.” Please watch that hour before you read this post.] Read more
Let’s talk about Wednesday night TV!
Season premiere: Months following their violent and deadly showdown with the powerful witch Dahlia, a rift continues to divide brothers Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies), while Freya (Riley Voekel) searches for a way to heal their fractured bond and return their family to the way they once were. Meanwhile, Klaus’ suspicion piques when he learns that an old vampire friend named Lucien (guest star Andrew Lees) has arrived to New Orleans with a mysterious agenda involving the Mikaelson’s remaining sire lines. Elsewhere, Elijah questions whether he can truly forgive his brother for his mounting offenses, while Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) struggles with being cursed to her wolf form in the bayou. In the French Quarter, Vincent (Yusuf Gatewood) and Cami (Leah Pipes) assist Detective Kinney (guest star Jason Dohring) after a series of gruesome discoveries are made, leading them to believe they may have a serial killer on the loose. Finally, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), who has regained control of the French Quarter once again, tries a new strategy to recruit vampires, while Davina (Danielle Campbell), who is now Regent to the New Orleans witches, makes a decision that will find her and Marcel on opposite sides of an escalating conflict.
Season premiere: After a twisted plan left the life of his girlfriend Elena linked to that of his best friend Bonnie (Kat Graham), Damon (Ian Somerhalder) is forced to navigate his new reality without the love of his life. A newly empowered Bonnie has decided that she will be Damon’s moral compass and keeps a close eye on him as he, in turn, cautiously keeps tabs on Alaric (Matt Davis), following the loss of his fiancée Jo. Meanwhile, as he waits for Caroline (Candice King) to sort out her emotions, Stefan (Paul Wesley) takes an active role in protecting the town from Lily (guest star Annie Wersching) and her family of Heretics, who have wasted no time wreaking havoc in Mystic Falls. Elsewhere, Enzo (Michael Malarkey) struggles to find his place in Lily’s new life, and is quickly forced to decide where his true loyalties lie. Finally, with the stakes higher than ever, Matt (Zach Roerig), who has recently completed his deputy training program, teams up with Stefan and Caroline to put a stop to the Heretics, but an unexpected turn of events leaves one of them in a dangerous position.
[This post contains spoilers for the ARROW season premiere. Please do not read this until you’ve seen the season 4 opener.]
ARROW is back for its fourth season and Oliver is…happy?!
Naturally, it might not last long. (And more on that after the premiere airs.) But in the meantime, ARROW showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle spoke with reporters about what’s coming up this year on The CW series… Read more
“Six seasons in, the Belchers have become one of America’s most beloved TV families, and we are so happy to keep them in the fold for another two seasons,” said David Madden, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company in a statement. “BOB’S BURGERS is hilarious, warm, smart, inventive – critics love it, and so do fans. [BOB’S BURGERS creator] Loren [Bouchard], [executive producer] Jim [Dauterive] and the brilliant voice cast continue to surprise us in the best ways, and we look forward to seeing what Bob and the family will cook up in Seasons Seven and Eight.”
Among the highlights for the upcoming season? The (ridiculously funny) 100th episode.
Are you excited for more BOB’S BURGERS?
It’s time for Wednesday’s edition of SNAP JUDGMENT!
What is SNAP JUDGMENT, you ask?
We pick our favorite promotional picture from the new television episodes airing that night and we’ll showcase it here. Then, you guys can speculate what goes down in the scene/what you’d like to see happen/caption the pic however you want in the comments section. No pressure if anyone is wrong — it’s all for fun.
So which photo amused us today?
This shot from THE GOLDBERGS! Read more
Let’s talk about Tuesday night TV!
[As a reminder, I’m going to be in New York for about a week, so I’ll still be doing these ALNs, but they’ll more heavily focus on anything I have screener access to.]
When Jimmy Fallon got “injured” during THE TONIGHT SHOW monologue, he asked for someone else to tap in to tell a few jokes. Enter former TONIGHT SHOW host, Jay Leno.
Check out Leno’s mini-monologue!
Season premiere: Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity’s (Emily Bett Rickards) blissful getaway is cut short when Thea (Willa Holland) and Laurel (Katie Cassidy) pay them a visit and tell Oliver they need his help back in Star City. The city has been attacked by “Ghosts,” assassins led by a dangerous man named Damien Darhk (guest star Neal McDonough). However, when Oliver returns, Diggle (David Ramsey) makes it very clear that he doesn’t want Oliver on the team.
Season premiere: Picking up where the finale left off, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) must deal with the Darkness that has been unleashed. Castiel (Misha Collins) deals with the effects of Rowena’s (Ruth Connell) spell and recalls his brutal battle with Crowley (Mark A. Sheppard).
IZOMBIE season 2 kicks off tonight!
Take a look at everything you missed this summer, including photos from tonight’s season premiere, an episode tease, and all the links you’ll need to catch up on what went down…