I like two TV Game shows They are Wheel of Fortune where contestants spin a will with money and prizes then they call a letter if the letter is in the puzzle you get the amount of money. There are bankrupt wedges if you land on that in a round you lose your money that you earned from calling letter correctly. You can buy vowels. there are 4 rounds and 3 tossups. the contestant with the most money by the end of the last round gets to the to the bonus round with in that case they will spin a more smaller wheel. The spin and pick out the puzzle out of the wheel. The contestant will give it to pat...
From Brit to German, actor link brings his diverse accents to the small screen. The Irish actor who now calls Los Angeles home, recently appeared on TNT’s crime drama MAJOR CRIMES as a British villain and will next appear as a German pilot on Cameron Crowe’s Showtime series ROADIES.
Previously, Richie portrayed the ‘savior’ in three of Florence and the Machine’s music videos; guest starred as a Texas serial killer on CBS’s Criminal Minds; and appeared in the indie films,...
Actress link has been all over the television screen lately. She headed back to her home state of Oregon to shoot an episode of NBC’s supernatural-hit GRIMM and also portrayed a pesky reporter on HBO’s politically satirical series VEEP.
I recently caught up with Sarah to find out about her appearances on these two shows and more.
I watched a ridiculous amount of TV in 2015. I started a few shows from the beginning, gained a new appreciation for some, gave up on others, claimed a few new TV wives. Below are a list of my ten favorite characters from current shows. If you're not up to date and want to avoid spoilers for a particular show, just skip that paragraph. (Duh.)
Detective Amanda Rollins [Kelli Giddish, Law & Order: SVU, Season 17]
Amanda Rollins has not had an easy season. She's pregnant (because Kelli is pregnant), her fugitive sister came back into...
Americans have been clustering themselves into cultural bubbles just as they have clustered in political bubbles. Their TV preferences confirm that. Article and maps by Josh Katz for The New York Times, December 2016.
(Sigh) Well it's time once again to say goodbye to another TV legend. Turn your tv's to CBS cause in ten minutes, the series finale of the Late Show with David Letterman will begin. Farewell David Letterman. We knew you well.
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