This ongoing story about these brawling Bravo reality stars isn’t the only thing that caught our attention this past week. Here’s a look at all of the top headlines.
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The man with the “golden voice” returns and Chadwick Boseman is Marvel’s next superhero. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (Demetria Lucas’ big day) and not (scandalous talk show guests).
Plus, “Hollywood Divas,” “American Horror Story: Freak Show” and other hit TV shows worth checking out this week. There’s also what’s hot (Mo’Ne Davis at the World Series) and not (the Washington school shooting).
If you forgot how much you loved, I mean loved, NBC’s “A Different World,” then last night’s “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” was a sure reminder.
“black-ish” and “Survivor’s Remorse” broach the topic of spanking and the Carters renew their vows. Plus, there’s my weekly watchlist and what’s hot (Leslie Jones joining ‘SNL’ cast) and not (Boko Haram’s latest kidnapping).
Plus, “Survivor’s Remorse,” “Boardwalk Empire” and other hit shows worth checking out this week. There’s also what’s hot (Missy Elliot’s weight loss) and not (Shamil Tarpischev’s ignorant comments).
Olivia Pope comes to the first daughter’s rescue on “Scandal” and Annalise Keating’s nine last words will make your jaw drop on “How to Get Away with Murder.” Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (the possible release of the 200 missing Nigerian girls) and not (more Ebola ignorance).
Steve Harvey’s latest effort to help women become “more dateable” and Erykah Badu makes change singing in Times Square. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (Kerry Washongton’s latest magazine cover) and not (the Kansas man who raped a 100-year-old woman).
ABC’s “Scandal” and “Murder” along with Starz’s “Survivor’s Remorse” are all good TV bets and Viola Davis touches many with her emotional acceptance speech. Plus, see what’s hot (Harper’s Bazaar’s “2014 Women Who Dare” nominees) and not (Ebola ignorance).
An emotional tribute to slain Ferguson, Mo. teen Michael Brown and a surprising performance of singer Brandy’s “I Wanna Be Down” remix are just a couple of the reasons why the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards is must-see TV.