On Lifetime’s Witches of East End, Mädchen Amick plays a woman who’s complex and complicated — and she wouldn’t have it any other way. “I ended up choosing more of a career path that wasn’t mainstream, box office, boring female roles that were the decoration on the leading man’s arm,” she told BuzzFeed.
I’mma let you finish, Top Chef…
Lifetime’s House of Versace movie is going to be must-watch television.
In one handy Showgirls GIF. Because that’s “Cristal” as in Cristal Connors, naturally.
Welcome to Warped Tour season, dudes.
Following news that Alyssa Milano will host a third season of Project Runway: All Stars, who could the contestants be? In other words, who even is left at this point?
Anna Nicole premieres June 29 on Lifetime. If the trailer is any indication, we’re in for another modern-day classic à la Liz & Dick.
Summer TV is a haven for absurdity, melodrama, and crap that would never fly in the fall. These shows might be legitimately good — and I’m holding out hope! — but ironic enjoyment is equally enticing.
…and the ABC News appearance …and the Lifetime movie?!
Lifetime Original Movies are infamous for their terrible acting, melodramatic plots, and delightfully awful titles. Can you label these made-for-TV treasures?
Tweeted by the late Elizabeth Taylor in July of 2010.
Entertainment Tonight interviewed Agnes Bruckner on the set of the upcoming made-for-TV movie.
This, of course, comes alongside the news that Bobbi Kristina is engaged to the guy who was raised as her brother. So there’s that.
It’s her triumphant return to acting. Or is it?
I had my doubts, but that first photo is eerily similar to the real deal.
OMG new season starts tonight! Let’s pigeonhole all of the contestants based on what they look like and what little information is available on the Project Runway site.
You read about it in the tabloids months and months ago, but Lifetime’s Bristol Palin: Life’s A Tripp has premiered on television and with it, the video evidence.
Wait, what? Recently the Lifetime network started airing a new show and one of the topics was to ask celebrities what their favorite position is. Nope, mind is still boggled.
“The Client List” — the Lifetime TV show starring Jennifer Love Hewitt about a down-on-her-luck lady who finds work at an upscale massage parlor that specializes in, er, happy endings — made its grand debut tonight. Herewith, the sexiest, most ridiculous moments from the hour-long premiere for your viewing enjoyment.
When Abby Lee Miller put Kendall on probation at the beginning of tonight’s “Dance Moms,” her mother, Jill, went predictably postal. What happened next, however, shocked everyone. Here’s everything you need to know about the episode—and its drama—in the form of my four-minute video recap.
Tonight’s new episode of “Dance Moms” saw pretty much everyone fighting with… pretty much everyone else. From dance instructor/goddess Abby Lee Miller vs. the girls, to mom Christi vs. mom Jill, to Christi vs. Abby, to Jill vs. Abby, and more, here’s a drama-filled highlight reel.
All over a silly little costume! After catching flak from Abby Lee Miller for buying an expensive costume for her daughter, Kendall, on tonight’s “Dance Moms” (she was told explicitly not to do so), Jill went… well, absolutely crazy.
“She shouldn’t belittle others—that’s my job.” So said coach Abby Lee Miller on tonight’s “Dance Moms” after the new girl, Peyton (and her insufferable mother), said she did a better job than her teammates at a group dance competition. So when they lost, Miller went for the jugular.