With the power this week moving to the hands of the public, they managed to make the decision that Ashleigh should be saved from this week’s public vote. This was one of the very few moments that was actually worthy of happening this week.
Not only does April’s (Italia Ricci) life take a huge leap forward but Brenna (Haley Ramm) finds herself in a sticky love triangle, and a potential loss of a friend. This week’s episode is explosive and definitely the best one yet, if only the acting would take itself up a notch.
The original plot of this show has sort of been forgotten over the past few weeks as the romance between Gabi (Emily Osment) and Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) has not made its way onto our screens. Unless you are one of those fans then good job for noticing it! Seriously, great job! But let’s not be too harsh on them, the writers are great at the comedy, they just may need to work a little harder on their storylines.
Wait, the Emmys 2014 happened already? I thought that just a replay of last year’s show? Oh, it wasn’t? Well… that’s a little awkward.
Tonight’s 66th annual Primetime Emmy’s proved one thing: the voters don’t care about new talent and seem to only acknowledge any of the nominees by name. Here’s a rundown on the biggest snubs and worst moments of the night! Now, I apologise in advanced for this slightly less professional review as it may (will) turn out to be a rant. You have been warned!
This television season has been an incredible one, and with the most prestigious night in television history taking place tonight, what better way than to predict the winners? From Downton Abbey to Game of Thrones and the last time we will ever see Breaking Bad in our nominees list, this year has a lot of stiff competition. But it’s the Emmys, we all knew that!
We shall go through every single category that is amongst the ‘Drama’ and ‘Comedy’ sections of the night! Well, not including the “Guest Actor/Actress” categories as they have already been given out.
Miley Cyrus helps the homeless, Beyoncé owns the stage and so much MORE happened!
A transgender female appears on the stage to present an award. A homosexual man impresses the entire audience with his incredible performance. An unfair attack on the black race is noticed in a very popular media programme. Awareness of homeless people is showcased. Females take over an award previously won by men. It is definitely a show to remember!
This week we received two for the price of one as both Steven and Kimberly were removed from the house, whether they chose to or not! Steven’s meltdown was the highlight of this week as he shaved his head, dressed up in clown makeup and so much more that we wish we never saw!
It seems so long ago since Miley Cyrus twerked on Robin Thicke, making headlines for months. It also feels like far too long since Justin Timberlake spent 15 minutes on stage singing his biggest hits to date. And now, a year later, we’re back at it! The 2014 Video Music Awards are upon us and here are the TV Journals’ predictions/choices for the winners!
Spoilers are included in this review!
We are never going to top the first four seasons of this show, but that doesn’t mean that it still cannot be enjoyed! In the new season, the Doctor returns with his whimsical lines and confusing nature that we all know and love! We see a lot of what we have always loved about the programme, including overly edited CGI and hints at romance (which should probably stop now, however). With a great storyline and a newly found formula of rekindling the audience’s true passion for the show, we may be seeing a better season than expected!
Armageddon hit the Big Brother house this week in a storm. With three evictions, a “shock” immunity and some friendships departing, the housemates can only be expected to wave goodbye in strife at the end of this week.