What to Watch Monday: The Blacklist Gets Revenge, Dixie’s Lemon Lands a Date and More – TV Show News

the-blacklist-revengeOn TV this Monday: A Revenge beauty finds herself on The Blacklist, Hart of Dixie picks Bachelor No. 2, Hostages gets a family reunion and Castle conspires. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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8 pm Hart of Dixie (CW) | Lemon is blacklisted from the Junior League Halloween Masquerade party, but instead lands a date with another of Alabama’s most eligible bachelors (Robert Buckley, One Tree Hill). (You know what they say: Revenge is a dish best served with a hot guy on your arm.)

8 pm Crash & Bernstein (Disney XD) | Wyatt, Crash and Pesto face off against Cleo’s team in the school’s big cup-stacking competition.

8:30 pm 2 Broke Girls (CBS) | Caroline splurges on a new bedding set for Max, unwittingly donating her favorite old pillowcase to charity. (Who knew drool stains could be so special to someone?)

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9 pm Seduced and Abandoned (HBO) | Director James Toback (The Pick-up Artist) and Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) spend 10 days at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2012, attempting to secure financing for a new film.

9 pm Beauty and the Beast (CW) | Gabe enlists Vincent’s help to track down a suspected beast, but Vincent takes matters into his own hands.

9:30 pm Mom (CBS) | Christy is determined to take things slow in her relationship with Adam (played by Justin Long), while Bonnie and an AA rival butt heads.

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10 pm The Blacklist (NBC) | Tom claims he’s innocent (riiiiiight) and insists he and Liz turn the box into the FBI so his name can be cleared. Meanwhile, the next name on the Blacklist is a corporate terrorist played by Revenge’s Margarita Levieva.

10 pm Castle (ABC) | Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of a young woman who was found ritually posed, leading them to a Da Vinci Code-esque conspiracy. Fortunately, Tom Hanks’ awful haircut does not make an appearance. (Watch a sneak peek.)

10 pm Hostages (CBS) | Nina Arianda (Midnight in Paris) guest-stars as Ellen’s sister, who unexpectedly shows up at her house…. and is promptly “asked” to leave.

10 pm Dream School (Sundance Channel) | Students reach a crisis point at the halfway mark.

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!


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Revenge Recap: Rules of Engagement – TV Show News

Revenge Season 3 RecapIn this week’s Revenge, Emily and Daniel’s engagement goes from tense to past tense and back. While he finally decides, “I can’t marry you,” she complains to Nolan, “I can’t stand to be around him.” But, of course, her whole vendetta seems to hinge upon the “I dos” getting done. So, before the hour’s end, she finds a way to regain the “Control” to which the episode’s title refers and shares a steamy liplock… but not with her fiancé. Who’s the lucky guy? Read on…

AIDEN AND ABETTIN’ | Making a lasting first impression on his unwitting romantic rival, Aiden breaks into the Stowaway and tells Jack that, if he doesn’t hit the road, Conrad will dig his grave. Not so fast, Victoria more or less says to the Brit. Jack is important to her. “Why?” asks Aiden. “Do you need someone to mix you a drink?” No, she just likes the way that Jack, like Aiden, unnerves Emily.

MON DIEU! | Later, Victoria informs Emily that Jack was behind the attempt on Conrad’s life – setting her up to be late for Daniel’s Voulez launch party because she’s off warning her old flame that he’s (again? still? more than ever?) in danger. Natch, Jack isn’t exactly thrilled to learn that Aiden works for Emily. “Who are you?!” he asks through his shock. A shock that apparently never wears off, either, because, in spite of his and Margaux’s lack of chemistry, they are soon kissing – with Emily spying from nearby. (Because, no matter where you are, she’s always spying from nearby.)

FAMILY PLOT | Next, while Emily shows Daniel a picture of her late parents (yay, Photoshop!) to get him to forgive her for being tardy to his shindig and so they can un-break up, Aiden informs Victoria that one of her children was behind the attempt on Conrad’s life. Next thing we know, Charlotte is at Grayson manor confessing that she did it. She went bats–t crazy when she learned about her dad’s involvement in Declan’s death, she swears. Yet it turns out that Charlotte’s only taking the blame because her mother told her that she’d be protecting Jack if she did. Only Aiden and Victoria know that the real culprit is – dun-dun-DUN – Patrick. Oh, and for those keeping score, this week Emily loves Aiden again. “You’re everything to me,” she says before they smooch. (Maybe she hasn’t yet noticed Jack’s lack of chemistry with Margaux?)

IT’S REIGNING MEN | When Nolan swings by Victoria’s art gallery, he thinks he’s being all Rico Suave, having not called Patrick since the night they kissed. But Patrick isn’t in any mood for games – especially since, in the interim, he learned that Nolan paid his ex-wife $ 20k to dish the dirt. “Who does that?!” he quite sensibly asks. Later, however, Patrick forgives not only that transgression but also Nolan’s inexplicable love of neckerchiefs, and they hook up poolside.

Okay, your turn. What did you think of the episode? Did you enjoy the fast one the show pulled by making it look for a second like Charlotte really had tried to kill her father? Do you think Emily is sincere in her renewed love for Aiden, or is she just smarting from having seen Jack kiss Margaux? Based on the scenes from next week – and the fact that we now know Patrick is a killer – how, um, worried do we have to be about Nolan? Best line of the week has to be, as usual, Victoria’s. “It would be such a shame” if Emily and Daniel’s engagement didn’t end in a wedding, she told the bride-to-be, beaming. Pause. “Again.” Brilliant. Hit the comments!


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What to Watch Sunday: The Good Wife’s Great Escape, Dead Reckoning, Revenge and More – TV Show News

the-good-wife-alicia-leavesOn TV this Sunday: Things go very bad for The Good Wife, a 24 alum visits the Witches of East End, Revenge makes a confession and Doctor Who celebrates No. 10. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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8 pm Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited (BBC America) | In this three-hour special presentation, David Tennant is celebrated for his work as the Tenth Doctor from 2005 to 2010.

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9 pm The Good Wife (CBS) | Alicia and Cary’s plan to depart Lockhart/Gardner is suddenly exposed, so… stand back. (Get scoop on the “amazing” and “breakneck-paced” installment.)

9 pm Boardwalk Empire (HBO) | Nucky’s shipment from Florida arrives with unexpected cargo.

9 pm American Blackout (National Geographic) | This Blair Witch-esque thriller tells the story, in real time, of a national power outage in the United States caused by a cyberattack. Revolution minus nanobots?

9 pm The Walking Dead (AMC) | A group leaves the prison to search for supplies, while the remaining members deal with recent losses.

9 pm Homeland (Showtime) | Carrie puts her mission on the line while Saul rubs elbows with his opponent. (Plus, it looks like a lot more espionage is on the agenda.)

9 pm Revenge (ABC) | Daniel makes a startling statement at the Voulez magazine launch party, leaving Emily vulnerable.

PREVIEWWitches of East End‘s Rachel Boston on Ingrid’s Power-ful Struggle and a Deadly Twist Ahead

10 pm Masters of Sex (Showtime) | Johnson tries to connect with her son; Masters experiences anxiety.

10 pm The Mentalist (CBS) | The seemingly impossible death of a Visualize bigwig may provide a clue that leads Jane to Red John.

11 pm The Hiring Squad (Spike) | Christy Webber, founder of a successful landscaping company, allows her employees — “the 99 percent” — to choose who will be their next boss. (It’s like Occupy Wall Street, but with a happy ending!)

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!


Revenge Recap: Die Another Day
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Revenge Season 3In this week’s Revenge — titled “Mercy” (the “No” that precedes it must be silent?) — Conrad not only survives his car crash, he finally learns that he doesn’t have Huntington’s disease. In other words — Emily’s words, to be exact — “He thinks he beat God.” (RIP, Father Paul!) But before the blueblood’s celebratory glass of bubbly has time to go flat, the air is again let out of his tires, so to speak, when Aiden informs him that his accident wasn’t an accident at all. And you won’t believe who Aiden fingers as the attempted murderer. (Well, unless you’ve seen the episode already, in which case, try to look surprised when we get there, okay?) Here’s the lead-up and rundown…

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ROMPER RHOMBUS | Early on in the hour, Emily is so grossed out that Daniel is willing to help Conrad cover up his culpability in the lethal fender bender (so as to ward off any embarrassment right before the launch of Voulez, which should be embarrassing enough, no?) that she submits his DUI of years ago as a personal factoid for his publisher bio. Needless to say, this does not go over well with her intended, who immediately moves into the South Fork (Inn, sadly, not Ranch). Later, meddlesome Jack is quicker than Emily at obtaining proof that Connie — who wasn’t supposed to be driving with fake Huntington’s — was behind the wheel the night Father Paul met his maker. “Gimme,” says Emily basically. “Hell to the no,” Jack replies basically. But, before he can use the info to have their mutual nemesis arrested, he discovers that Connie’s brakes were tampered with. “Did you do it?” Emily asks Aiden, who is less hurt by the accusation than the revelation that his true love confessed her secret identity to her true love. Afterwards, it is perhaps not a shock that Aiden prevents Conrad from evicting him from the guest house by asserting that it was Jack who tried to turn the Grayson patriarch into roadkill. (Yeah, right. It was more likely baby Carl. But seriously, my money’s on the new Goth Charlotte. Her enthusiasm for rebranding The Stowaway is a clear indication that she’s gone around the bend, right? Right?)

WORKING-CLASS SNOB | No sooner has Victoria asked Sheila, an art gallery owner, for a job than Patrick has shown up and blackmailed Mom’s frenemy into fencing a painting for him. “I’m a bastard in more ways than one,” he explains. But of course, he’s only doing it to give Victoria the leverage SHE needs to blackmail Sheila and save herself from the drudgery of shilling overpriced sculptures in pretty dresses and (gasp) changing the occasional light bulb. Natch, before the hour’s over, the scrappy former Vicky Harper is the new proprietress of her very own fancy-shmancy gallery.

RECONNECTED | Abandoning, at least temporarily, his moratorium on hacking, Nolan plugs back in the “sweet cord of connectivity” to do some sleuthing on Patrick for Emily himself. A flight to Florida and a visit with the hottie’s embittered ex-wife later, and Nolan is feeling daring enough to move in for a kiss that Patrick calls “a bit presumptuous” – and then reciprocates! (But do we really trust Patrick and his abs for Nolan? I get a vibe from him, if not his abs, that makes me think that, by season’s end, Tyler is going to seem like a stand-up guy by comparison.)

OK, your turn. What did you think of the episode? Do you agree with me that Charlotte’s the one who tried to off Conrad? (Then again, would she be able to even open the trunk of a car without the help of a chauffeur, much less disable the brakes?) And, given the way things are playing out, with both Daniel and Aiden seeing red anytime they see Emily now, which of them – if either – do you think shoots her on her wedding day? (Or is it Victoria, clued in at last to who Emily really is?) Hit the comments with your best guesses – and the wilder the speculation, the better!


Exclusive Revenge First Look: Victoria and Aiden Go Public With Their New ‘Relationship’ – TV Show News

United no more (or are they?), Emily and Aiden will come face-to-face again in this Sunday’s Revenge (ABC, 9/8c), and we’ve got your exclusive first look at the loaded interaction.

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With none other than Victoria Grayson on his arm, Aiden makes his way into a swanky Hamptons soiree and immediately catches the eyes of both Emily and her fiancé extraordinaire Daniel. The result? Two explosive verbal brawls: one between exes and one between mother and son.

Press PLAY below, and then weigh in on Emily’s obvious jealousy.


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