Buffy the Vampire Slayer (7 seasons, 1997–2003)David Boreanaz (Angel) and Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia Chase)Season 3, episode 22, “Graduation” (with several crossover returns from Boreanaz later in the show, though none from Carpenter)After being stabbed through the heart on his way to 1998’s best approximation of a hell dimension in the season-two finale, Buffy’s ensouled vampire paramour Angel mysteriously returned to Sunnydale for season three. Per usual, Angel spent much of the season brooding over his crimes. After lending a hand in a fight against the mayor in the season finale, he announced that he was heading off to Los Angeles to strike out on his own. In the same season, popular rich girl Cordelia revealed that (a) her SAT grades were actually pretty great, and (b) her father had committed tax fraud. Instead of going to college, she also left for L.A. to pursue a career as an actress.Boreanaz and Carpenter left Buffy to join Angel, a noir-toned … [Read more...] about What Happens When Actors Leave High-School-TV Shows?
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The show most likely to be served with divorce papers this season was Glee.Glee’s tendency to constantly take whatever is trendy or newsworthy in popular culture and put its own spin on it more often then not ends up being completely cringeworthy, and enough to not make me feel like I need to watch the remaining episodes.” —Commenter johaumes … [Read more...] about Vulture Readers on What TV Shows They Divorced
The show's announcer confirmed that the families were keeping within social distancing guidelines on the show. The Malone family also took to Twitter to deny that they have broken any rules by appearing on the show, writing: "Just going to put this out there so we are all up to date, I know the social distancing rules too, I love my grandkids, I would never put them or anyone else’s health in danger. My daughter and her children live with us, so she can go to work as a nurse." … [Read more...] about TV stars breaking social distancing rules: Holly Willoughby, Alex Jones, Ruth Langsford and more
The other important part of these shows is the judging, and the more obscure the skill set, the more direct and fascinating the judging seems to be. Ink Master and Face Off are probably the best in that arena: The judges are incredibly hard on contestants, pointing out tiny details and making constructive suggestions. That tattoo should face towards his chest, not towards his armpit, they say. Mustache hair does not grow like that; you’ll have to apply that fake wizard beard all over again. For all the professional experiences of the panel on American Idol, they have never given any musical advice that isn’t something novices at home wouldn’t notice themselves. (You were not singing the right notes, for example.) But on these other, better shows, the judging is largely guidance-based, and not just for the contestants. Thanks to Top Design, I turn my nose up at rooms that are under-accessorized. (Get a plant in there for a pop of green, sheesh.) After Shear Genius, I … [Read more...] about Skill-Based Contests Are the Best Kind of Reality TV
She told the Express: "I have seen some [gardens] that I've gone, 'Oh my goodness why are we doing this one?' Recently we had one that did just look like a car park and you think, 'Oh…' because you don't really know what's under the concrete." She added further: "We have had a few horrors or ones that are on huge slopes. For us, access is a problem so it's a bit of a problem when you have to get things through the house. That's always amusing… Not!" … [Read more...] about Garden Rescue: Charlie Dimmock reveals one MAJOR problem with BBC show