TV to Si: Things Get Awkward for Brandon and Callie on ‘The Fosters’, La La Anthony Visits Arsenio Hall

by | February 3, 2014 at 6:36 PM | General, Latino Entertainment News, Lost Girl, Power, The Arsenio Hall Show, The Fosters, TV to Si, Xfinity Latino Entertainment News, Xfinity TV Latino

Maia Mitchell as Callie on "The Fosters" (Photo: ABC Family)

Even though Monday has a bad reputation, it is the day we get new episodes of “The Fosters“! At 9pm on ABC Family, Callie (Maia Mitchell) goes home and things get pretty awkward between her and Brandon (David Lambert). This is no doubt a result of the break-up text message sent by Cole (Tom Phelan) while pretending to be Callie. When she finds out what he did, she will certainly regret sticking up for him during their most recent group meeting.

Meanwhile, nosy Rita (Rosie O’Donnell) tells Stef (Teri Polo) and Lena (Sherri Saum) about Callie’s plans and Jude (Hayden Byerly) decides whether he wants to move forward with the adoption.

I’ve become so hooked to the Canadian series, “Lost Girl.” New episodes air on Monday nights at 10pm on the Syfy network. Tonight in episode 4 of season 4 entitled, “Turn to Stone” a robbery at the clubhouse leads to a confession from Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) that could threaten her friendship with Bo (Anna Silk), whose feelings of anger and frustration eventually lead her to confronting a dangerous foe. What Bo didn’t realize, is that this would lead her to making a shocking discovery.

La La Anthony is visiting “The Arsenio Hall Show” at 11pm on the CW. The reality star has two big projects coming up that I’ll be talking about with her this week. She has new products being released through her Motives by LaLa makeup collection being announced at the Market America convention in Miami on Thursday and an upcoming show on Starz called, “Power.”

Have you seen La La on, “Think Like a Man?” Check out a trailer for the film below:

Are you watching something tonight that I missed? Hit me up at @SocialRosy and lets talk entertainment!

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