You’ve read my pleas on Twitter. You’ve listened to me beg on The TV Talk Podcast. Now it’s time to take action. Tonight you must (and I mean must) turn to ABC at 9/8c and watch HAPPY ENDINGS. This show is one of the brightest spots on my TV schedule and if you give it a shot, I know it will immediately be appointment TV for you, too. I’d offer you some kind of money back guarantee but we all know that’s not going to happen, so you’re just going to have to trust me on this one.

It’s going to be so ‘Ah-MAH’zing’ (sorry couldn’t resist) to have Jane, Brad, Dave, Alex, Penny and Max back on my TV. I had the chance to watch tonight’s season premiere as well as episode 2 of the new season and both are eps are laugh out loud funny. (Honestly, laugh out loud…with no one else watching with you, to be that’s the sign of some seriously funny stuff.)

At last week’s Season 3 premiere screening, GIVE ME MY REMOTE caught up with the some of the cast as well as Executive Producers Jonathan Groff and Josh Bycel, to talk about what’s new for this season of HAPPY ENDINGS. In addition to the totes wack ants (that would be totally wacky antics for those of you who don’t talk HAPPY ENDINGS*), this season romance will be explored in a new way and we get to see if and how it changes the finely balanced group dynamic.

Keep reading (and see the cast talk about relationships in season 3)

The McKinley High New Directions have gone in all different directions in GLEE’s fourth season. While change can be good, it certainly comes with some growing pains. Two of GLEE’s most popular characters – Blaine Anderson and Rachel Berry – know all too well what it’s like to have their lives turned all topsy-turvy. Rachel is finally living the dream in NYC, but without Finn by her side. And now that Kurt has become roomies with Rachel, Blaine is on his own for the first time since his Dalton days.

GIVE ME MY REMOTE.com caught up with Darren Criss and Lea Michele at the GLEE Season Four premiere where the two talked about the changes their characters are undergoing this season, what life is like without their significant others by their side, and how life on the GLEE set feels different now that the cast is not together every day.

Click here to check out our video chats with GLEE stars Darren Criss and Lea Michele

Hello there Grant Gustin!
Hold me!
XOXO
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A Mother’s Nightmare stars Jessica Lowndes (90210) as Vanessa, a 17-year-old girl, who is transferred to a new school where she meets Chris (Grant Gustin, Glee), a 16-year-old with a recently broken heart.
Vanessa moves fast to claim Chris for her own, monopolizing his time and distancing him from his friends and family. His mother, Maddie (Annabeth Gish, Pretty Little Liars), feels unsettled by their sudden relationship and when she discovers a dark secret of Vanessa’s she uses all her resources to convince Chris to end it. (The more Maddie tries to protect Chris, the more Vanessa’s hold on him is threatened)  Angered and vengeful, Vanessa accuses Chris of a heinous act that turns the school against him and sparks an online attack. As things get violent, Vanessa plans her next move and Maddie must find out Vanessa’s game before she loses her son forever.

A Mother’s Nightmare will premiere on Lifetime on September 29th at 8pm ET/PT. 

Hello there Grant Gustin!

Hold me!

XOXO

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A Mother’s Nightmare stars Jessica Lowndes (90210) as Vanessa, a 17-year-old girl, who is transferred to a new school where she meets Chris (Grant Gustin, Glee), a 16-year-old with a recently broken heart.

Vanessa moves fast to claim Chris for her own, monopolizing his time and distancing him from his friends and family. His mother, Maddie (Annabeth Gish, Pretty Little Liars), feels unsettled by their sudden relationship and when she discovers a dark secret of Vanessa’s she uses all her resources to convince Chris to end it. (The more Maddie tries to protect Chris, the more Vanessa’s hold on him is threatened)  Angered and vengeful, Vanessa accuses Chris of a heinous act that turns the school against him and sparks an online attack. As things get violent, Vanessa plans her next move and Maddie must find out Vanessa’s game before she loses her son forever.


A Mother’s Nightmare will premiere on Lifetime on September 29th at 8pm ET/PT

The wait is over. GLEE is back!

With Rachel (and now Kurt) in NYC, Finn MIA (hopefully not literally) and the kids of New Directions being top of the McKinley heap (gasp!) – it’s safe to say that change is in the air for GLEE fans.

We covered a lot of ground in last week’s GLEE Premiere ‘You Ask, I Answer’, but now that the episode has aired, I definitely want to hear from YOU!

Was the premiere everything you hoped it would be? Were you digging the new NYC/Lima split?  How about tonight’s music? Did you welcome the GLEE newbies with open arms?

The comments are open and I would love to get your dish on the season 4 premiere.  Here are a few of my thoughts to get the convo started:

- Concrete jungles where dreams are made of…oh how I love seeing Rachel and Kurt in NYC. It’s like all my dreams of a spinoff came true (minus Blaine’s absence). Kurt and Rachel have come so far in their friendship and now we get to see them live out their new lives together as roomies. When they finally were reunited in the park, I have no problem letting you know that I was a hot mess of tears. LeaMichele absolutely killed the scene when she finally breaks down with Kurt about what life was really like in New York, and for her to just turn around and find her best friend there…damn, I’m going to get emotional again.

- Contrary to popular belief (or at least Twitter belief) I amnotanti-Finchel. In fact, I’m pulling for their happily ever after! With that, I can’t automatically hate on Brody just because he’s not Finn. Shipper feelings aside, Brody seems like a good guy and he’s being a much needed friend to Rachel right now. She’s lost, sad and confused and he has done nothing but support her and guide her as she navigates her new life. Now will he guide her into his bedroom?  Only time (andRyan Murphy) will tell, but for now, I’m kind of digging Brody. (Ducking for cover!)

Continue reading: GLEE Season Premiere: “The New Rachel” – We Want YOUR Thoughts on the Return of GLEE!

Hey it’s Kath, I wanted to share some GLEE scoopage with you.  Head over to GMMR and check out my answers to some of YOUR questions about the GLEE season premiere.  The comments are open over on GIVE ME MY REMOTE if you have more questions.

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Are you gleeks ready?  One week from tonight your favorite show returns with an all new episode that really takes GLEE in a new direction (sorry, I tried to avoid it but I just couldn’t). Fox was kind enough to give me an early look at the ep, and in turn I wanted to share a few teasers with you!

GLEE Season Premiere: “The New Rachel” - You Ask, I Answer

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BONES fans, I just finished watching the season 8 premiere, “The Future in the Past” and the only word that keeps repeating in my mind is “wow.” It’s that good. (Probably my favorite season premiere since season 5.)

To celebrate the occasion (and because you guys clearly haven’t gotten enough BONES content today), I’m answering a few of the questions you sent in about “The Future in the Past.” But as a reminder, the intention of this is never to ruin the episode for you, so there might be more teases than flat-out spoilers.

With that being said, keep reading for more! BONES Season 8 Premiere ‘You Ask, I Answer

With BONES a little over two weeks away from coming back — and the new promos doing nothing to diminish my excitement for the upcoming season — now seems like a good time to start dishing out a little more info about the show’s eighth season, doesn’t it?

First up, I spoke with BONES boss Hart Hanson to get some hints on how Pelant will play into this season, what impact the bonus episodes have on their schedule, the latest on Booth and Brennan, and what he learned from…THE KILLING?!

Continue reading: BONES: Hart Hanson Talks Season 8, Booth and Brennan, Pelant’s Presence, and More

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ANYTHING you can tell us about the cuteness-/hotness factor of Castle & Beckett in 5×01 would be MUCH appreciated. Dying! - ‏@Nora02583 (via Twitter)
I’m pretty sure “Caskett” fans may have a ridiculous smile on their face for large parts of the episode. There are some super serious moments in the hour — AKA it’s not all fun and games — but I’d be shocked if you guys don’t break Tumblr and Twitter a bit during/after the episode airs.


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The best way to pep up a potentially dragging Friday? Getting notified I can watch the fifth season premiere of CASTLE. (Have I mentioned lately my job doesn’t suck?)

But television can be considerably less fun if you can’t share it with others.

While we can’t have a big group-watch of the episode together (how awesome would THAT be?!), I did what’s hopefully the next best thing: I asked for your questions about “After the Storm” on Twitter andTumblr and then did my best to answer them after I viewed the hour. That means plenty of teasing, but the intention is not to ruin your enjoyment of the hour, so I couldn’t answer some of the very specific/spoilery questions you had. But hopefully you’ll still enjoy these teases…

Read on…CASTLE Season 5 Premiere: You Ask, I Answer

While there has been a ton of buzz about the slight format change to THE VOICE this season, one thing remains — you still have to get either Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Adam Levine and/or Blake Shelton to turn around during the Blind Audition phase if you want the chance to compete on the series.

But given how many talented artists come on that stage, what really inspires the coaches to press their buttons? In the exclusive video below, Green shares what attracts him to an artist (featuring a pretty awesome montage of the outrageous numbers his former contestants have done) and more.

Check out this THE VOICE Exclusive with Cee Lo Green

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THE VOICE: Mark Burnett, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, and Carson Daly Tease the Big Format Changes to the Series