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'Bachelor' Skype Recap: Lincee Sounds Off On the Crazy (VIDEO)

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jan 11th 2011 1:15PM
Yes, Brad Womack's gone through some therapy since his last stint as 'The Bachelor,' but he's got some serious crazy on his hands this time around. (Great examples in this episode: Raichel and Melissa, pictured.)

'Bachelor' blogger extraordinare Lincee Ray of ihategreenbeans.com is video recapping the weekly misadventures of Mr. Womack and his harem of lunatics for us, and we can promise you three things:

1) She'll make you laugh
2) She's not gonna remember anyone's names, and
3) She won't sugarcoat a thing

Check back here every morning after all season long to relive the ridiculous or find out what you missed. Now watch, enjoy the aforementioned three things (and more) and sound off in the comments.

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Tatyana Ali on 'Love That Girl,' How She Avoided Being a Child Star Tragedy, and Willow Smith

by Chris Jancelewicz, posted Jan 10th 2011 2:00PM
Tatyana Ali, who most of us know as Ashley from 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,' has certainly grown up. Now 31, the actress is helming her own show, 'Love That Girl,' which premieres tonight on TV One.

Charming and quick to laughter, Ali is over the moon about her new show and her return to comedy. With a recurring role on 'The Young and the Restless,' Ali hasn't been away from the small screen completely, but she's thrilled to return from whence she came -- that is, the land of the sitcom.

TV Squad spoke with Ali in LA about 'Love That Girl,' how she avoided being a child star tragedy, and what she thinks about Willow Smith.

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Exclusive 'Being Human' Clip, Plus T-Shirt and Syfy iPod Giveaway

by Mike Moody, posted Jan 10th 2011 10:15AM
being human syfy castSally is the kind of girl who would die to get noticed -- if she wasn't already dead. In 'Being Human,' Syfy's new spin on the hit BBC series, the gorgeous ghost (Meaghan Roth) shares a Boston home with two unlikely bedfellows, a vampire (Sam Witwer) and a werewolf (Sam Huntington).

'Being Human' follows the twentysomething trio as they struggle to curb their dark supernatural desires in order to blend in with the human world around them.

The show premieres Jan. 17 at 9PM ET on Syfy, but you can get a taste now by streaming an exclusive clip, featuring Sally meeting her new roommates for the first time, after the jump.

Plus: TV Squad is giving away a specially-made 'Being Human' T-shirt and a Syfy branded iPod. To enter the giveaway, scroll down to the bottom of the post for details.

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Ask the Stars of 'Pretty Little Liars' Your Questions

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jan 4th 2011 7:00PM
Monday marked the return of ABC Family's highly addictive teen drama 'Pretty Little Liars,' with a mid-season premiere that brought the suspense.

While the show's biggest secrets - the truth behind Alison's murder and the identity of A - were not revealed, some smaller ones were. But don't worry, we won't spoil them here. You can check out our full recap of the episode HERE.

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'Bachelor' Skype Recap: What Did Lincee Think of Brad's Second Premiere? (VIDEO)

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jan 4th 2011 1:45PM
'Bachelor' fans and haters out there, if you haven't been introduced to 'Bachelor' blogger extraordinare Lincee Ray of ihategreenbeans.com, well, you're welcome.

Lincee has gained a cult following for her sharp, laugh-out-loud funny recaps of the show, so we thought we'd bring you her thoughts each week in a short little video recap of the most notable moments. Check back here every morning after all season long to relive the ridiculous or find out what you missed.

So what'd you think of Brad Womack's second go at the first rose ceremony? And, more importantly, what did Lincee think? Watch her video recap, then sound off in the comments.

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2011 Midseason TV Preview

by Kim Potts, posted Dec 21st 2010 4:00PM
American Idol
For the first time since the show premiered in 2001, we face a January without a '24' season premiere. Sigh.

Fortunately, there are plenty of other tube offerings to help brighten our Jack Bauer-less TV nights at midseason, including the return of a new hero -- Timothy Olyphant's U.S. marshal Raylan Given on 'Justified' -- a new crop of 'Teen Moms' on MTV, two new series from two old 'Friends' and a whole new network, courtesy of Oprah.

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NBC Could Move '30 Rock' to 10PM for a Six-Comedy Thursday Night

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 15th 2010 1:10PM
'30 Rock'Another season, another 10PM scheduling shakeup for NBC. Don't worry, though -- this has nothing to do with Jay Leno.

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that NBC might move '30 Rock' to 10PM as part of a "six sitcom" strategy for Thursday nights. When 'Parks and Recreation' returns in 2011, the network would also debut another sitcom that has been waiting in the wings, 'Perfect Couples.'

The line-up for Thursday night could then look something like this:

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'Talking TV' Podcast With Writer/Producer Shawn Ryan ('Terriers,' 'Ride-Along,' 'The Shield')

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 27th 2010 6:30PM
This week, Ryan McGee and I are extremely pleased to bring you a special edition of the 'Talking TV with Ryan & Ryan' podcast. It's more accurate to call it 'Talking TV with Ryan & Ryan & Ryan' because Shawn Ryan, executive producer of FX's very enjoyable 'Terriers' and the mid-season Fox drama 'Ride-Along,' joined us for the hourlong chat.

Ryan, who created the landmark FX drama 'The Shield' and has also worked on 'The Unit,' 'Lie to Me,' 'Angel' and 'Nash Bridges,' gave us insight into the creative processes behind his past, current and upcoming shows, and talked about the general challenges of creating quality television (yes, Fox's struggling drama 'Lone Star' did come up).

My favorite part of the podcast is his thought-provoking list of 'Five Things That Bother Showrunners.' I can pretty much guarantee that some things on that list will take you by surprise.

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