Late Night with Seth Meyers - Season 1

• Pitch Perfect: Stars Unite to Sing “Our Fight Song”
• Seth Meyers Slams ‘Bernie or Bust’ Die- Hards: ‘Stop Crying,’ Support Hillary
• TCA Kick Off: Burning Questions for TV’s Top Executives
• Future Running Mates?! Lena Dunham and America Ferrera Blast Donald Trump at Democratic Convention
• NCIS: New Orleans Scoop: Original Cast Member Exits Ahead of Season 3
• ONCE UPON A TIME Comic-Con Press Room: The Origin of the Savior, the Evil Queen and Hook’s Past
• Grey’s Anatomy: Ellen Pompeo says choice to stay ‘based solely on age’
• YES! Timothy Hutton Returning for ‘American Crime’ Season 3
• Match: Alicia Silverstone to Star in TV Land Comedy Inspired by Kyle Richards
• Cool Beans: Even The ‘Stranger Things’ Creators Know Who The Show’s Best Character Is
• The Business of Show: NBCUniversal Chief Says NBC Nabs 10% Volume Gain in Primetime in TV Upfront
• Cable Ace: Homeland Elects House of Cards Actress First Female President
• Funny Business: SDCC22 Animaniacs 1 Theme Song live view
• Spytastic News: ‘Turn’ Renewed For Fourth & Final Season By AMC
• Late Night Wars: Stephen Colbert Interviews Cartoon Hillary Clinton After Her Historic Nomination

On TV Tonight: Wednesday July 27, 2016


NET 8PM 8:30PM 9PM 9:30PM 10PM 10:30PM
ABC The Goldbergs (R) Modern Family (R) Blackish (R) Campaign 2016: Democratic Convention
CBS Big Brother American Gothic Your Voice, Your Vote: The 2016 Democratic Convention
CW Pen & Teller: Fool Us Whose Line Is It…
FOX MasterChef Wayward Pines Tyrant (FX)
NBC America’s Got Talent The Night Shift NBC News: 2016 Democratic Convention
MISC Young & Hungry/Baby Daddy (8:30PM Freeform) Kingdom (DirecTV) Special Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO)
The A-Word (Sundance)
Greenleaf (OWN)
Another Period (Comedy)
USA Suits Mr. Robot

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BLINDSPOT: Comic-Con Video Hints at Promising Season 2


We are coming up on a new season of BLINDSPOT on NBC, and fans were treated to a tantalizing teaser video and star interviews at July’s San Diego Comic-Con, heating up excitement over the new story line to come. Are you ready?

All first season, we watched Jane Doe and Agent Weller and his FBI team puzzle out the intricate tattoos on her body. And little by little the code that was her body meshed into the vision of a conspiracy that we found out Jane Doe herself had plotted. Removed of her own memory, however, Jane Doe became a different person, and even when her own conspiracy was revealed to her, she wanted no part of it. She fought it. In the end, she killed her one contact within the conspiracy, her former lover, Oscar. On Weller’s side, it appeared that Jane Doe was his missing childhood friend Taylor Shaw, whom he missed so terribly that he wanted so desperately for Jane Doe to be, even deluding himself to believe despite mounting evidence that she wasn’t Taylor. In the final scenes of last spring’s season finale, he was confronted with the reality that Jane Doe actually wasn’t Taylor and he blew an emotional gasket. He arrested her. So what has happened to Jane Doe over our long summer?

As the official teaser video released at San Diego Comic-Con shows (see below), things haven’t gone terribly well for Jane Doe since we left her last season. “I’ve been in a hole for three months,” she says as a torture scene plays out. Season two begins brutally, and in other Comic-Con interviews, Jamie Alexander, who plays Jane Doe, reveals the questions left over from season one will be revealed and will lead us into a whole new season and in an exciting new direction, adding new cast members, the FBI team and Jane Doe digging deeper – into themselves and their relationships with each other – to find and take down the conspirators. Jane Doe desperately wants to make things right, but the team now has trust issues and quite frankly, it may be past making things right. Or is it?

Joining the cast in season 2 are Luke Mitchell as Roman and Michelle Hurd as another shadowy member of the stealthy organization that Jane Doe and Weller’s FBI Team must now hunt down. Also joining the cast is Archie Panjabi as the head of a secret division of the NSA that’s had its eye on Jane Doe from behind the scenes. Looks like the late CIA Assistant Director Carter wasn’t Jane Doe’s only interested third party.

Are we ready for a promising season ahead? BLINDSPOT returns to NBC for its second season on September 14 at 10/9c, before moving to its regular time period of Wednesdays at 8/7c the following week.

What’s Coming to Shomi in August 2016?

last man on earth

Next day premieres of ODD MOM OUT and DIFFICULT PEOPLE are coming to the Canadian streaming service in August, as are recent seasons of THE LAST MAN ON EARTH and NEW GIRL. On the movie side, BATTLESHIP and BEGIN AGAIN are also coming to Shomi.

August 2
Odd Mom Out, S2E7 (next day premiere)

August 3
Difficult People, S2E5 (next day premiere)

August 5
You’re the Worst
Sex, Drugs, & Rock & Roll, Season 1

August 9
Odd Mom Out, S2E8 (next day premiere)

August 10
Difficult People, S2E6 (next day premiere)

August 12
Between, Season 2
Tyrant, Season 2

August 16
Odd Mom Out, S2E9 (next day premiere)

August 17
Difficult People, S2E7 (next day premiere)

August 19
Modern Family, Season 7
Survivor, Season 16/Season 24/Season 29

August 21
New Girl, Season 5

August 23
Odd Mom Out, S2E10 (next day premiere)

August 24
Difficult People, S2E8 (next day premiere)

August 26
The Last Man on Earth, Season 2
Bob’s Burgers, Season 6

August 30
Odd Mom Out, S2E11 (next day premiere)

August 31
Difficult People, S2E9 (next day premiere)


August 1
Star Trek: Nemesis

August 5
American Reunion
I, Robot
Open Grave
Scooby-Doo Moon Monster Madness
Words & Pictures

August 12
Day After Tomorrow
Escape Plan
Lego DC Comics: Justice League vs. Bizarro World
Post Grad
The Secret of My Success

August 19
Big Miracle
The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smack Down
Fruitvale Station

August 26
Batman Unlimited: Animal Instinct
Begin Again
Gulliver’s Travels
How High
Safe House


Best of the 1970’s (August 5): Jaws, Taxi Driver, Annie Hall, Rocky, The Exorcist, The French Connection, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, A Clockwork Orange, Chinatown, Mean Streets, Deliverance, Dirty Harry, American Graffiti, The Omen (1976), Saturday Night Fever, Dog Day Afternoon, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Superman, Blazing Saddles, The Warriors, MASH

Best of the 1980’s (August 12): Romancing the Stone, Top Gun, The Terminator, Beverly Hills Cop, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, The Blues Brothers, Pretty in Pink, Breakfast Club, Terms of Endearment, Dirty Dancing, Ordinary People, Nightmare on Elm Street, Batman, Repo Man, 16 Candles, Married with Children, Quantum Leap, St. Elmo’s Fire, Gotcha, The Secret of My Success

Best of the 1990’s (August 19): Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Bad Boys, Tombstone, Speed, The Usual Suspect, Wayne’s World, Happy Gilmore, The Big Lebowski, American Pie, Pulp Fiction, Silence of The Lambs, Seven, Goodfellas, Boogie Nights, Leaving Las Vegas, The Matrix, Men in Black, Boy Meets World, Xena: Warrior Pincess, Ren & Stimpy

Back to School (August 26): How High, Admission, Fresh Meat, Billy Madison, Election, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Dazed and Confused, Footloose, Napoleon Dynamite, Bring it on, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, School of Rock, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Jennifer’s Body, Get Over it, Teen Wolf, School Ties, 21 Jump Street, One Tree Hill, Glee


August 2
Straw Dogs

August 14
Made of Honor

August 23

August 20
50 First Dates

August 31
Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star
Heartland S1/2

What’s Coming to CraveTV in August 2016?


New episodes of CASUAL and MOTIVE are coming to CraveTV in August. In addition, the Canadian streaming service will get seasons of STRIKE BACK, BLINDSPOT and LUCIFER.

Monday, August 1

MOTIVE – “Natural Selection” (Dramas/Crime & Mystery/All-Canadian)
New episodes of MOTIVE hit CraveTV on Mondays. In this week’s episode, the team investigates the death of a woman in a medieval costume, and Angie and Jack spend time together before he leaves.

Tuesday, August 2

CASUAL – Season 2, Episode 10 (Dramas/Comedies) – “Reunion”
Valerie and Jack indulge their fantasies at a hotel. Alex adjusts to his new life with Sarah. Laura and Spencer screen a series of teen-romance films.

Friday, August 5

MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER – Seasons 1 and 2 (Superheroes/Dramas/Action & Adventure)
Working for the covert SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve), Agent Peggy Carter must balance doing administrative work and going on secret missions for Howard Stark – all while trying to navigate life as a single woman in America, in the wake of losing the love of her life, Steve Rogers (a.k.a. Captain America).

BACK ON BOARD: GREG LOUGANIS – (HBO/Documentaries/ Sports)
Filmmaker Cheryl Furjanic chronicles the complex life of Olympic champion Greg Louganis as he re-emerges and returns to the diving world and acts as a mentor to up-and-coming athletes.

DEADLIEST CATCH – Season 9 (Discovery/Action & Adventure/Reality TV)
Forty-foot waves, 700-pound crab pots, freezing temperatures, and your mortality staring you in the face…it’s all in a day’s work for these modern-day prospectors. During each episode of DEADLIEST CATCH crews race to meet their quota and make it home safely.

Monday, August 8

MOTIVE – “Chronology of Pain”
After an explosion at Judge Natalie Rodman’s home, Angie (Kristin Lehman) races to catch a sophisticated killer who’s an expert at covering their tracks. Also starring Karen LeBlanc, Victor Zinck JR., Brendan Penny, Lauren Holly, and Louis Ferriera

Tuesday, August 9

CASUAL – Season 2, Episode 11 – “Death and Taxes”
Synopsis not available at this time.

Friday, August 12

MASTERS OF SEX – Season 3 (Showtime/Historic TV/Dramas)
It’s 1966, and the famed duo Masters and Johnson are dealing with the glare of the national spotlight as their sex study is finally unveiled. It’s the start of the Sexual Revolution – and Masters and Johnson’s work will have a profound impact on contemporary relationships, especially their own evolving three-way “marriage” with Masters’ wife.

STRIKE BACK – Seasons 1-4 (HBO, Dramas/Action & Adventure/Crime & Mystery)
From Cinemax, the actions of “Section 20,” a secretive unit of British military intelligence and a team of special operations personnel conduct several high-risk missions throughout the globe. Stars Phillip Winchester (FRINGE) and Sullivan Stapleton (BLINDSPOT).

Monday, August 15

MOTIVE – “We’ll Always Have Homicide” – SERIES FINALE
Detective Angie Flynn brings an unsolved homicide case to justice. She searches for the killer with help from Detectives Paula Mazur (Karen LeBlanc), Mitch Kennecki (Victor Zinck Jr., THE 100), Brian Lucas (Brendan Penny), Dr. Betty Rogers (Lauren Holly), and Oscar Vega (Louis Ferriera).

Tuesday, August 16

CASUAL – Season 2, Episode 12 – “40”
Synopsis not available at this time.

Friday, August 19

BLINDSPOT – Season 1 (Dramas/Crime & Mystery)
A vast international plot explodes when a beautiful Jane Doe, completely covered in mysterious, intricate tattoos, is discovered naked in Times Square with no memory of who she is or how she got there.

LUCIFER – Season 1 (Superheroes/Dramas/Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
LUCIFER is the story of the original fallen angel. Bored and unhappy as the Lord of Hell, Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis, RUSH) has resigned his throne and retired to the City of Angels, where he owns an upscale piano bar called Lux. Lucifer is enjoying his retirement and indulging in a few of his favourite things — wine, women, song — when a beautiful pop star is brutally murdered outside of Lux. For the first time in roughly 10 billion years, he feels something awaken deep within him.

SHOW ME A HERO – (HBO/Dramas/Historic TV)
From David Simon and based on the nonfiction book of the same name by Lisa Belkin, this mini-series depicts modern America’s inability to create a shared social or political future. The young mayor of a mid-sized city’s attempts to build low-income housing in a white neighbourhood tears the city apart. The cast includes: Oscar-nominee Catherine Keener (Capote) as longtime East Yonkers resident Mary Dorman; Alfred Molina (HBO’s THE NORMAL HEART) as Councilman Henry J. Spallone; and Oscar-nominee Winona Ryder (Little Women) as Councilwoman Vinni Restiano.

Tuesday, August 23

CASUAL – Season 2, Episode 13 – “The Great Unknown” *Season 2 Finale*
Synopsis not available at this time.

Friday, August 26

DEUTSCHLAND 83 – Season 1 (Dramas/Historic TV/Action & Adventure)
Martin Rauch is recruited by the HVA to infiltrate the West Germany army. As a rookie spy, his decisions constantly put his cover at risk and force his agency to take extreme measures. An international breakaway hit, DEUTSCHLAND 83 is an engrossing, coming-of-age espionage thriller set against the real culture wars and political events of Germany in the 1980s. With a killer 80s soundtrack, the series that The New Yorker described “…as aesthetically aspirational as MAD MEN ever was…” has already garnered massive critical acclaim and a 2016 Peabody Award.

TIG NOTARO: BOYISH GIRL INTERRUPTED – Documentary (HBO/Stand-Up Comedy/Comedies)
Known for her distinctive storytelling, offbeat sense of humour and honesty, Notaro’s deadpan stand-up style draws on highly personal experiences, including a breast-cancer diagnosis and the death of her mother.

THE WHO: ISLE OF WIGHT – (Documentary/Music)
At 3 a.m. on Saturday morning, August 29, 1970, The Who took the stage in front of some half-million people at the Isle of Wight and rocked every single one of them.

PaleyFest Fall TV Preview: THIS IS US, NOTORIOUS, PITCH and More

this is us

PaleyFest’s Fall TV Preview festival is all about the new shows coming to the small screen this fall and shows from each of the networks will be represented, including AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE, LETHAL WEAPON, NO TOMORROW and more.

Paley Center Supporting and Patron Members and Citi cardmembers can purchase pre-sale tickets beginning today. Tickets go on sale to Paley Center Individual Members on Wednesday, July 27 at 9:00 am PT, and to the general public on Thursday, July 28 at 9:00 am PT. A multi-event fan pass is also available. To purchase tickets, please visit

Here’s the official line-up:

Thursday, September 8 – FOX
6:00 pm Doors Open / Reception begins (food & drinks included)

7:00 pm Screening of PITCH

7:30 pm PITCH panel featuring:
Kylie Bunbury, “Ginny Baker”
Mark-Paul Gosselaar, “Mike Lawson”
Rick Singer, Executive Producer
Kevin Falls, Executive Producer

8:10 pm Screening of LETHAL WEAPON

8:35 pm LETHAL WEAPON panel featuring:
Damon Wayans, Sr., “Roger Murtaugh”
Clayne Crawford, “Martin Riggs”
Matt Miller, Executive Producer

9:10 pm Screening of SON OF ZORN

9:30 pm Screening of THE EXORCIST

Friday, September 9 – El Rey
6:00 pm Doors Open / Reception begins (food & drinks included)

7:00 pm Screening of LUCHA UNDERGROUND

7:45 pm LUCHA UNDERGROUND panel**

8:30 pm Screening of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN

9:15 pm From FROM DUSK TILL DAWN panel**

**Panelists to be announced.

Saturday, September 10 – ABC
12:00 pm Doors Open / Reception begins (food & drinks included)

12:30 pm Screening of AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE

1:00 pm AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE panel featuring:
Katy Mixon, “Katie”
Diedrich Bader, “Greg”
Daniel DiMaggio, “Oliver”
Julia Butters “Anna-Kat”
Meg Donnelly, “Taylor”
Carly Hughes, “Angela”
Sarah Dunn, Creator & Executive Producer
Aaron Kaplan, Executive Producer
Rick Wiener, Executive Producer
Kenny Schwartz, Executive Producer

1:45 pm Screening of NOTORIOUS

2:30 pm NOTORIOUS panel featuring:
Piper Perabo, “Julia George”
Daniel Sunjata, “Jake Gregorian”
Josh Berman, Executive Producer & Co-Creator
Wendy Walker, Executive Producer
Mark Geragos, Executive Producer
Allie Hagan, Co-Executive Producer & Co-Creator

3:15 pm Screening of DESIGNATED SURVIVOR

Saturday, September 10 – The CW
6:00 pm Doors Open / Reception begins (food & drinks included)

6:30 pm Screening of NO TOMORROW

7:15 pm Screening of FREQUENCY

Joshua Sasse, “Xavier” (No Tomorrow)
Peyton List, “Raimy Sullivan” (Frequency)
Riley Smith, “Frank Sullivan” (Frequency)
Mekhi Phifer, ‘Satch DeLeon” (Frequency)
No Tomorrow and Frequency Executive Producers to be announced.

Monday, September 12 – CBS
6:00 pm Doors Open / Reception begins (food & drinks included)

7:00 pm Screening of PURE GENIUS

7:45 pm PURE GENIUSpanel featuring:
Dermot Mulroney, “Dr. Walter Wallace”
Augustus Prew, “James Bell”
Odette Annable, “Zoe”
Reshma Shetty, “Dr. Talaikha Channarayapatra”
Aaron Jennings, “Dr. Malik Water”
Ward Horton, “Dr. Scott Strauss”
Brenda Song, “Angie”
Jason Katims, Executive Producer
Michelle Lee, Executive Producer

8:30 pm Screening of KEVIN CAN WAIT

9:00 pm Screening of MACGYVER

9:45 pm Screening of BULL

Tuesday, September 13 – NBC
6:00 pm Doors Open / Reception begins (food & drinks included)

7:00 pm Screening of THIS IS US

7:45 pm THIS IS US panel featuring:
Milo Ventimiglia, “Jack”
Mandy Moore, “Rebecca”
Sterling K. Brown, “Randall”
Chrissy Metz, “Kate”
Justin Hartley, “Kevin”
Susan Kelechi Watson, “Beth”
Chris Sullivan, “Toby”
Ron Cephas Jones, “William”
Dan Fogelman, Creator & Executive Producer

8:30 pm Screening of THE GOOD PLACE

9:00 pm Screening of TIMELESS

ONCE UPON A TIME Comic-Con Press Room: The Origin of the Savior, the Evil Queen and Hook’s Past


The cast of ABC’s hit show ONCE UPON A TIME, along with showrunners Adam Horowitz and Eddie Kitsis, talked to journalists this past weekend at San Diego Comic-Con about what we can expect to see in season 6. With two villains in town, Storybrooke will now take front stage again, as the show returns to its roots for its sixth season. Lana Parrilla, Jared Gilmore, Emily de Ravin, Rebecca Mader, Colin O’Donoghue and Josh Dallas talked about what’s in store for their characters this season and how they are all going to have their hands full dealing with the Evil Queen and Hyde at the same time.

Adam Horowitz told us that this season will not be all about the Land of Untold Stories, as it was previously teased in the season 5 finale. This time, they are not going to a different land and stay there for the first half of the season, like they did for the past couple of seasons. “We are in Storybrooke and the characters from the Land of Untold Stories have arrived, and that is part of the story we’re telling. But the arc of this season will touch on a bunch of different things.” Horowitz teased.

According to the showrunners, these characters fled the Land of Untold Stories, so their stories wouldn’t play out. Now that they’re in Storybrooke, things will play out as they were supposed to and Emma will find herself again in the position of Savior, trying to help everyone find their happiness. Add to that the fact that both Hyde and a far more terrifying Evil Queen will be on the loose, so the heroes will most certainly not have time to take a break before the next crisis.

Origin of the savior. During the panel, we watched a sneak peek of the upcoming season, and found out that Alladin was a Savior. Eddie Kitsis mentioned that, this year, we are exploring the Savior mythology, and we will soon realize that Emma is not the first savior and that there is an origin story to that position of power. In the sneak peek, we saw that being a Savior has really taken its toll on Alladin and that it might be a glimpse of what is in store for Emma. “Last year, we saw Emma finally saying ‘I love you’ to Hook when there was no problem or death, so she was able to let in these new emotions. So one of the things we want to get into this year for Emma is what is it like to find your parents? What is it like to have the pressure of being the Savior and having to fight all those fights? Is she ever going to have a happy ending? I think the Alladin thing kind of showed you what happened to the Savior, right?” Kitsis teased.

Related: Read spoilers from the ONCE UPON A TIME Comic-Con panel

Regina vs Evil Queen. Lana Parrilla said that the Evil Queen is different than what she used to be. “Before, she was still part of Regina, and Regina has a conscience. We will see how the Evil Queen will fare without a conscience and how far she is willing to go to get her revenge. She is still hung up on Snow and getting her heart.” Parrilla teased.

She also mentioned that Regina is still trying to be a hero and she turns to Snow for advice. “Part of her feels that [what is happening] is karmic, but she is not going to let the Evil Queen win. She is going to battle against her and really fight for redemption and her happiness.”

Jared Gilmore also talked about how Henry is going to react to having three mothers now. When he was asked about how he is going to feel about the Evil Queen, Gilmore said that it’s complicated. “It’s hard to explain. She raised him for ten years, so he has some sort of feelings toward her. Even when she was still in Regina, he wanted to see the good in her, which means he also wanted to see the good in the Evil Queen. But now that that’s gone, it will be really interesting to explore.”

Robin’s death. Last season, we saw Robin perish when Hades used the Olympian Crystal on him. Regina hasn’t really had time to process what happened and Parrilla says there is so much going on with the characters, that we won’t see it right away. “Regina is very private. There is so much going on. As soon as we start the season, we have Hyde and Gold has given him Storybrooke, so we need to protect our civilians. That’s why I think these moments are more private. It’s talked about, but I think  the grieving happens behind closed doors.” she elaborated on how her character is dealing with Robin’s death.

Zelena. When asked about how Zelena is fairing when season 6 starts, Rebecca Mader said that there is a lot going on with her character. When we last saw her, she had just killed her first love in order to save her sister, so she is not in the best head space right now. “I had finally gotten a sister, and now I have two. So it’s a lot – dealing with Regina and the Evil Queen, and the baby and I just killed my boyfriend, so I made an appointment with Jimini Cricket for next week.” The actress laughed.

About how her relationship with the Evil Queen and with her own dark side that she is still trying to leave behind, Mader said that being a villain is like battling an addiction, so Zelena might slip up a little bit on her journey.

Belle and Rumplestiltskin. Emilie De Ravin told us that Belle starts off season 6 still inside the box – just as we last saw her in the season 5 finale. However, she says that Belle will most likely not stay there for too long. “The way she gets out of the box, that she’s extracted from it, and the characters involved in that – it’s really cool.” De Ravin commented. “It reveals a lot about her relationship.” She added.

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UnREAL Recap: Unloading Baggage


Quinn’s back in charge as things continue to spin out on this week’s UnREAL, with Darius missing, Rachel dealing with huge secrets, and Coleman figuring out Yael is more than an Everlasting contestant. The hour takes a turn and leaves questions about whose side a certain character is on and just a lot of questions in general.

Though they expected Darius to still be in the hospital, the moment Quinn starts up production again officially as showrunner, Chet tells Quinn that he’s gone missing. A start this is pretty much indicative of how fast the reality show is spiraling into some sketchy territory. Of course, Quinn being Quinn, she turns it around and with Madison’s idea, they make it so the final four girls duke it out in trivia to get immunity and then vote one of the girls off of the show.

But on UnREAL things, so rarely end up going as precisely planned and giving the power to vote a girl off leads to the productions favorites being threatened, namely Tiffany. But that’s where Jay and Chet come into play. While they all have their battling agendas, they all have a common denominator and it’s to make sure that however it plays out, it drives ratings (and possibly careers beyond the show). The production crew spends most of the hour trying to find Darius.

When Jay finds Darius, it’s with Ruby’s cooperation. After seeing Ruby and Darius talk, you can’t help but feel for Ruby and completely side with her argument for why she shouldn’t give Darius another chance after essentially publicly humiliating her on television. Jay tries to sell Darius the benefits of the show and after explaining the benefits of ultimately picking Tiffany, for not only him but his family as well, he decides to come back. And come back he does, in dramatic fashion, as he declares that his return is contingent on doing things his way, which includes making Tiffany stick around, despite the girls already trying to vote her off. Ultimately, Jameson went home. Another condition of Darius’ return? That Rachel stay as far away from him as possible.

Meanwhile, Rachel spends the hour going from drugged up haze to leaving with Coleman to confronting her mother and the doctor she brought. The fallout from Romeo’s shooting and Darius’ arrest (which unsurprisingly and kind of disappointingly didn’t really involve much of either for most of the hour) moved Rachel’s story into a place where she finally unloaded the truth about Mary’s death to Coleman–who we last saw essentially conspiring with undercover journalist Yael to get dirt on Everlasting and what’s really going–while he had a camera rolling on her the entire time. Though she felt better, that kind of information will inevitably cause so much trouble for Quinn and Company. How much longer before that happens?

Rachel didn’t stop there, though, as she unleashed one very big secret from her past. A secret that is so dark and twisted that it explains her horrific relationship with her mother and her horrific mother in general, who actually told her during the episode that if she were to tell anyone no one would love her. In the final act of the hour, she told Coleman that the reason her mother treats her is because she was raped by a patient of hers when she was 12 and that in order to protect her practice, her mother took her on as a patient. A terrible secret and though she seemed relieved to finally tell someone, Coleman may have been a terrible choice as we see in the final minutes that he’s still willing to see Everlasting burn to the ground.

“If we were going to have kids, we would have had them by now.” That line from Quinn to Booth brought up a question about exactly how long they’ve known each other, especially if they are talking about children already. It hasn’t felt like so long so it wouldn’t make sense for a woman like Quinn, who never seemed to show any interest in children, to start talking children now. Though, that string continued throughout for her and was technically even brought up during her confrontation with Rachel’s mother.

Now to figure out how long this lasts before the unloading of all this baggage blows the show (or its crew) up?

Catch a new UnREAL on Monday, August 1 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.



• SHERLOCK Season 4 Trailer: Something’s Coming….
• Funny Business: Stephen Colbert Attempts to Rush DNC Podium in ‘Hungry for Power Games’
• Mark Your Calendars: Big Brother will air season 19 this fall
• Nostalgia: ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ Revival Set at Netflix
• TV Review: ‘Looking: The Movie’
• Watch Video: J.J. Abrams Produces Michelle Obama DNC Retrospective
• Tim Goodman’s TCA Journal No. 1: Networks Need to Go Big or Go Home
• Profiles in Awesome: Tessa Thompson
• Coming to Netflix: David Cross: Making America Great Again!
• HA: Samantha Bee Tells TBS “Delete Your Account” Over Twitter Video Comparing Hillary Clinton to Hyena
• The Business of Show: Netflix and 20th Century Fox Television Distribution Announce First Global Agreement
• SUPERNATURAL Comic-Con Panel: The Cast and Producers Tease Season 12
• Inside the Troubled Production of Baz Luhrmann’s ‘The Get Down,’ Netflix’s Most Expensive Series Yet
• LOVE: ‘Orange Is the New Black’s’ Samira Wiley to Co-Star in Hulu’s ‘Handmaid’s Tale’

On TV Tonight: Tuesday July 26, 2016


NET 8PM 8:30PM 9PM 9:30PM 10PM 10:30PM
ABC The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All Your Voice, Your Vote: Democratic Convention
CBS NCIS (R) Zoo Campaign 2016: Democratic Convention
CW Whose Line Is It… MADtv
FOX Hotel Hell Coupled
NBC America’s Got Talent NBC News: 2016 Democratic Convention
FFORM Pretty Little Liars Dead of Summer
MISC Difficult People (Hulu) The Haves and the Have Nots (OWN)
Animal Kingdom (TNT)
Scream (MTV)
Wrecked (TBS)
Feed the Beast (AMC)
Tosh.0/Not Safe with Nikki Glaser (Comedy)

Orange denotes what the TV Addict is watching and/or recording tonight!