It’s a night of drama on Wednesday night for NBC. The fans of Blacklist, Law & Order SVU and Chicago Fire will be treated to new episodes of the popular shows. During the summer viewers were chomping at the bit to see what happens next to the characters of these dramas. Now the only wait is for the day’s work to be over and get home in time to watch. With all the real world issues going on, frankly many fans are glad to be able to tune out the world, even for an hour, and relax.
Miley Cyrus Carpool Karaoke
The new Late Late Show with James Corden Carpool Karaoke video will have people singing along. The new edition was released on Tuesday and fans have fallen head over heels for the Carpool Karaoke segment. Singing some of her best singles, the stars are driving around Los Angeles offering up the lyrics of Miley’s most popular tunes. As fans immediately recognize, Miley is really enjoying her time singing with James. She has amazing control over her voice as well. It’s hard not to start singing along with the two celebrities as you watch the video and you don’t even need to be in the car!
Joe Morton talks Scandal
It’s the final season of Scandal and the stars of the TV series are savoring every minute of it. According to Joe Morton, the cast is one big happy family that enjoys working together. Dishing on the details of the final season, Joe spent some time on the talk show Steve sharing his feelings about the end of the series. Obviously Morton is sad that the end of the series is quickly approaching. However, he’s excited too. After the end of the Scandal series he’s looking toward Broadway to find his new gig.
The hype of a Survivor showmance is swirling around like a reality show tornado. Just when I thought the showmance idea was over (here’s looking at you Big Brother) it’s returned this time on Survivor. Viewers see the story between Cole and Jessica in some of the promos for the episode, which begs everyone to ask why would you join a show that’s not about romance to hook up with someone. I get it if this was Bachelorette, but to look for your soulmate on Survivor? Somebody throw them a lifeline.
To get on Survivor, or any reality show for that matter, takes time and effort. After a smattering of tests, personality, physical and mental, along with a decision to rearrange your life while filming, it would make sense to focus on the top prize. Call me jaded (and that might be true) but looking for love on reality TV is foolish. Of course I am going to tune in on Wednesday to see how this plays out. It might be ridiculous, but I’d like to see if there is a million to one chance I’m wrong.