This Wednesday, the funny lady is guest starring on “Up All Night” as Nancy in a scene with Reagan Brinkley (Christian Applegate). Reagan needs some help so has Shannon come in to help her answer calls and do some admin on the computer. Well, it starts off all fine and dandy until Shannon starts to get overwhelmed and heads into panic mode. She also doesn’t realize that the volume button is definitely not the “hold” button. LOL. At the end of the scene, Ava (Maya Rudolph) checks in to see how the ladies are doing. I’ve also included a couple other scenes where we see Nancy may not be right for the job.
Watch the full episode “Up All Night” when it airs at 8 p.m. ET this coming Wednesday on NBC. Until then, watch the sneak peak below.
When Demi Lovato released her first single post-rehab, Skyscraper, there was no denying that she was ready to back her place in the music industry. Well, if you thought she didn’t cut it with that ballad, then buckle up for her new track, Up All Night. Cast member Tommy D was listening to the song yesterday and he tweeted that the new song from Demi Lovato was giving him a “semi lovato.” Only Tommy D could say something that.
The new tracks features the production of Timbaland with the fast spitting rhymes of Missy Elliot. Along with the voice and the beat of this dance record, Demi is making a nice smooth transition from Disney star to mature pop vocalist. I cannot wait for a sick remix of this song to hit the club. It’ll blow up for sure.
The song belongs to Demi’s new album titled Unbroken which hits shelves next Tuesday, September 20th. If this song is any indication of the full album, it’s going to do quite well for her. Listen to the track below and tell us what you think.
Even though I’m not a student, I feel the smell of fall and back-to-school in the air. I went to the grocery store today and Halloween candy was already available in those gigantic combo packs. Are you kidding me? The leaves haven’t even turned yet. Well, that’s what you get when September hits and Labor Day passes; fall truly begins. So, another day, another night of new fall shows to watch. Tonight, I checked out three new shows once again for you so you don’t have to waste your DVR space. Tonight, I checked out H8R on the CW, then flipped over to NBC to watch a little Up All Night and Free Agents. Check out my thoughts below.
Let’s be honest. This show looks awful. Horrible actually. I didn’t think I would make it past the first 5 minutes, especially with Snooki and Jake Pavelka being the first two “celebrity victims.” I have to admit, this show fits in nicely to the niche of reality guilty pleasures. The show has a little bit of an anti-bullying twist but not really. Some people are just ass-hats if you ask me. Jake couldn’t even break the ice with his hater but Snooki was able to charm the pants off hers. There are some pretty big celebs coming up this season that have some wild haters so I will say if you like a good guilty pleasure, thoughtless show to warm you up for ANTM, then check it out.
Hope you enjoyed our post revealing our favorite returning shows this Fall. We’re back today to discuss the brand new shows vying to be this year’s breakout hits. Patrick, Tyrell and myself have highlighted five shows each that look most promising to us. Check out all our picks below.
When going through all the new offerings, I realized the shows I really wanted to see weren’t premiering til midseason. BOO. What are they, you ask? First there’s the “Glee”-inspired Broadway show “Smash” which features Debra Messing and Katherine McPhee. The other two shows are both sitcoms. The first one is ABC’s “Apartment 23” where James Van Der Beek plays James Van Der Beek. The other is the Chelsea Handler sitcom, “Are You There Vodka, It’s Me Chelsea“. Who knows, maybe if some of the new Fall shows fail miserably, we might get to see them sooner rather than later.
After you check out my five picks, you might be surprised I omitted “The X Factor”. Considering I recap both “The Voice” and “American Idol“, you think I’d be all over the Simon Cowell show. I’m a sucker for singing competition shows, but I think the market is a bit oversaturated with them. That being said, I’ll probably check out the premiere, but it certainly isn’t on my priority list. Check out the ones that made my cut.
It’s Upfronts season. Unfamiliar? Each network gets their own Upfront where they introduce the shows they have picked up and ordered for their upcoming fall season line up. This is where many find out which shows will return and which pilots got the execs excited enough to ask for a few episodes to test the waters with ratings. Receive a poor showing and your show can join the ranks of some other fallen soldiers.
NBC has just released their list and a lot of new shows are joining the the peacock. The network had a rough year when it came to TV series getting the boot. Most of the newcomers they introduced last year didn’t survive the rating game and found themselves without a life vest. These shows include Undercovers, Outlaw, my late comer favorite The Cape and thriller Chase. And with popular series Friday Night Lights coming to its final close, NBC needs some heavy hitters to prove they have what it takes to take them beyond their heavy comedy Thursday night line-up.
So let’s take a look and what we can expect from NBC this fall and then we will all vote on what shows will think will survive the early ratings ax. Let’s begin.