Each week the TV Blog coalition — of which theTVaddict.com is proud to be apart of — highlights some of the best TV news and views from around the web.
The TV Addict: This week, We figured out how to SAVE HEROES, slammed TVGuide’s Michael Ausiello for comparing DEXTER to OCTOBER ROAD and gave kudos to FOX’s marketing savvy with regards to TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES
Glowy Box: Liz celebrated a new season of crazy bitchitude with Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency, reveled in a fantastic episode of Scrubs, and tried to keep up with all the action on this week’s sweeps-worthy Desperate Housewives.
Daemon’s TV: This week Sandie shared some promo posters for FOX’s new show, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Araya shared some of his thoughts on the finale of Heroes, and is wondering if he spoke too fast about 30 Rock being back on track.
RTVW: ‘Tis definitely the season if our posts this week are anything to judge by. We introduced a new daily holiday feature, a TV related advent calendar, for everyone out there counting down to Christmas. Then Rae gushed over the Food Network’s 12 Days of Cookies daily enewsletter and we closed the week talking about the Psych and Top Chef holiday specials.
Scooter McGavin’s 9th Green: With December upon us, Scooter waxes poetic about his favorite Christmas story, A Christmas Carol. Then with the Grammy nominations out, Scooter predicts who will win and more importantly says who should win. And since he is obviously in her key demographic, Scooter previews Oprah Winfrey Presents Mitch Albom’s For One More Day.
Tapeworthy: Vance definitely wants more “Cabo in the pants” on Friday Night Lights (and in his own life :P)! Which is certainly happening with Blair on Gossip Girl . It’s not wrong to go to the gym in an effort to get more “Cabo in the pants” (health shmelth, let’s be honest here, we’re all shallow to a degree or else no one would be watching Gossip Girl) but maybe watching the Food Network while working out isn’t the best plan of action.
Televisionary: This week, Jace ecstatically celebrated the return (albeit brief) of Bravo’s Top Chef, bid a sad farewell to NBC’s Chuck for the time being, and laughed his butt off while watching this week’s typically hysterical episode 30 Rock.
TiFaux: Kind of a sleepy week on TiFaux, but we managed to talk about some international programming (that Dan watched on the plane across the
TV With MeeVee: In additional to vaccuming up all the strike news, we talked rock with ousted NGAB runnersup Tres Bien, talked “Life” with stars Damian Lewis and Sarah Shahi, and sniffed the manly odors of “Project Runway.”