Jason Derulo Makes an Ass of Everyone on So You Think You Can Dance

Last night, So You Think You Can Dance celebrated its 200th episode with a musical performance by singer/songwriter/choreographer/guest judge/derrière aficionado, Jason Derulo. Take a look as he performs his one-track minded single, "Wiggle," alongside a "just happy to be collecting a paycheck" Snoop Dogg. » 7/03/14 3:45pm 7/03/14 3:45pm

As for the actual Top 20, oh boy, was this an underwhelming episode. After realizing last week just how much diversity the Top 20 lacked, this episode really drove home the fact. Just a lot of nondescript faces during the opening number and dancer introductions. » 7/03/14 5:33am 7/03/14 5:33am

It was Bananas (and his crew) at his worst, as far as onscreen antics go. Just straight up conspiracy and misogyny non-stop. So every time he's not terrible (like the majority of this season), I have to remember The Island. And then I just watch the Johnny Backpack clip over again and laugh. » 6/30/14 3:12pm 6/30/14 3:12pm

Devious Maids and the Case for Guilt-Free Camp

Two seasons in, Lifetime's Devious Maids has tackled premeditated murder, closeted homosexuality, extramarital affairs, accidental murder, spousal drugging, wrongful accusations, schemes to achieve fame, blackmail, burglary, abuse of the elderly, and attempted murder. It's a primetime soap, through and through. It… » 6/23/14 5:15pm 6/23/14 5:15pm

​Kris Jenner Finally Speaks Up About The O.J. Simpson Trial

If you thought there was nothing more to add to a 20 year old bullshit murder case (I'm sorry, "American legal theater"), you obviously never thought about how it affected the Kardashian matriarch. Luckily, Dateline NBC finally gives the people—every single one of the people—what they secretly wanted. » 6/12/14 12:15pm 6/12/14 12:15pm

Murder In The First Sends Taye Diggs After Draco Malfoy

You know how "dead wife" is the go-to traumatic backstory for grizzled cops? Murder In The First is simply not going to conform to those procedural rules, instead giving us a wife in the process of dying. Much like how Raising The Bar was the ska of legal dramas, Murder is basically the punk rock of procedurals. » 6/10/14 10:00am 6/10/14 10:00am