Drama

Pretty Little Liars Recap: “Love ShAck, Baby!”

 

On this week’s Pretty Little Liars, the girls immediately started decoding Alison’s (Sasha Pieterse) journal.  Essentially, Alison's words were a burn book full of nasty blind items.
 
After they figured out “Girl Crush,” “Suzy Clueless,” “Human Cheat Sheet,” and “Cradle Robber” were them, Emily (Shay Mitchell), Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), and Hanna (Ashley Benson) had to attempt to figure out who “Board Shorts” was.  They also read about a Busy Bee Inn, where they thought Ali might be hiding.  READ MORE

Downton Abbey Recap: Another Tragedy Strikes When the Crawleys Host a Party in April 1922


The Crawleys threw a big party, with over a dozen guests upstairs, and all their servants mixed with the household staff downstairs. 
 
Mr. Green, a valet to Lord Gillingham, started a flirtation with Anna (Joanne Froggatt), much to Mr. Bates’ (Brendan Coyle) chagrin.  READ MORE

Pretty Little Liars Return With 1.3 Million Tweet and Tons of Soapy Drama


The winter premiere of Pretty Little Liars  boasted 1.3 million tweets and we can totally understand why! Now that the girls knew Alison (Sasha Pieterse) was alive, everything was different. 
 
Hanna (Ashley Benson) wanted to find out whose body was in Ali’s grave.  After an internet search she thought it was a girl named Sarah from a neighboring town.  She and Emily (Shay Mitchell) met with the girl’s friends, and found out Sarah and her friends, mirrored the nefarious Ali and them.  However, Hanna later realized the timeline didn’t match.  READ MORE

Downton Abbey Return Scores Regal 10.2 Million Viewers

America's love for all things Downton Abbey isn't going away. The British import's season four premiere pulled in 10.2 million viewers and PBS couldn't be happier.


“As this captivating drama continues, our audiences have been eagerly awaiting this new season to see what’s next for these beloved characters,” said PBS president and CEO Paula Kerger. “I’m so pleased that millions of viewers have returned to ‘Downton Abbey’ on their local PBS stations for what has become a post-holiday tradition.”

ABC Family Orders Comedy From 90210 Alums to Series




Mystery Girls, starring and produced by Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth, has been ordered to series by ABC Family. The new comedy will focus on two former ‘90s TV stars who made their names solving fictional mysteries. READ MORE

The Haves and Have Nots Return January 7 (PROMO)

If you've missed the scandalous drama of Tyler Perry's The Haves and Have Nots, you'll want to make sure your DVR is set for January 7. The soapy  drama returns to OWN with its season two premiere.  Watch the sizzling preview after the jump!

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