Unfortunately it was a triumph of evil over good this week as Matthew was evicted over Ash. With annoyances such as Helen’s existence, Steven’s cringe worthy attempts at seducing Kim and Girl Power taking over, this week was a pretty big one. So, let’s get started!
ABC Family have created a new show that definitely hits the right spots, but not with everybody. With a previous co-star from Hannah Montana, Emily Osment (whom plays Gabby)now being the star of a new situation comedy, is it really an ideal situation? Most would think not, but it somehow works!
With the eviction of Toya taking place, this week is an unfortunate ride for a few of the contestants. Some have a happy week, many have a rough one, but it is Marlon that is left smiling by the end of it all.
It seems that April (Italia Ricci) can’t seem to catch a break. And neither can Brenna (Haley Ramm) as the both of them have to balance their love lives in a very disastrous fashion in what appears to be a week in, week out scenario. And it’s only just the beginning!
With Pauline gone, we got to see Toya step up her game a little and become the literal power housemate. And Helen? Well, she’s just giving us everything we do not want… to be involved in, but it’s fine to watch!
With the announcement of the Emmy nominations creeping up in just a couple of hours, here at the TV Journals, the new team has put together a list of our predictions for the nominees for the following categories:
- Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
- Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
- Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
- Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
- Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
- Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
- Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
- Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
- Outstanding Comedy Series
- Outstanding Drama Series
Things really take a turning point this week in Orphan Black‘s season finale! With some finding happiness and others facing their biggest fears, it is a full on roller coaster of emotions. We may be seeing the beginning of the end for more than just Cosima (Tatiana Maslany) as this finale proves that the clones are not the only ones that can do their job…
So, April finally takes the first step. She manages to finally tell somebody about her leukaemia! Not only that, but her newfound relationship takes one more step forward this week. It’s a whirlwind of an episode, with more characters having their storylines slowly anchored, we cannot help but fall more and more in love with each one.
With the first eviction of the series as well as the “positivity” theme, we get to see a lot of different emotions this week! From rages, crying and a few laughs, it is quite the week in the Big Brother house.
I think it is officially safe to say that Tatiana Maslany is the single most incredible actor in Hollywood at this very minute. This week she, yet again, challenges herself to the changes between her characters. This week we get to see the once inevitable masking of Rachel pretending to be Sarah, and, it is flawlessly covered up in a way that once you realise, it is fantastic. Not only that, but the storyline is also incredible. From Kira’s (Skylar Wexer) bone marrow situation taking full swing, Cosima (Tatiana Maslany) getting more ill and Helena (Tatiana Maslany) saving herself… Well, let’s get into this intensified episode.