Real Housewives of Beverly Hills – Basketball Edition!

We are six episodes deep into season nine of the #RealHousewivesOfBeverlyHills, and all anyone can talk about is this damn dog Lucy Lucy Apple Juice. The drama surrounding the pup carries right into March, so the only way we can properly explain it all is a great big basketball analogy.

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Let’s start right at the top, every good team or reality show for that matter starts with a point guard. The one that’s going to make the power plays and control what’s about to go down.

You may have already guessed it, but in our world of the real housewives – that is Lisa Vanderpump. Contrary to LVP fans, she is behind every major play in Beverly hills history. BELOW ARE THE RECEIPTS:

Receipt #1: Encouraging Camille Grammer to bring up Taylor’s abuse by her husband.

Receipt #2: LVP convincing Brandi Glanville to bring tabloids that had a story of Mauricio cheating on Kyle. All so the conversation could be brought up on their trip to Mexico! What kind of FRIEND does that??

Receipt #3: And third, Lisa Vanderpump dropping the bomb and implying to Lisa Rinna that Yolanda Hadid might have munchausen (a term for people who are basically faking their illness). Of course Rinna wasn’t innocent in this either, but LVP was the one to make the major power play.

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I know you are all quick to defend Lisa, just like Kyle and Dorit were at the start of the season nine. But one too many shady plays by Lisa, and now the entire team is looking at their point guard and calling her ish.

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Let’s turn our attention to the shooting guard – Kyle Richards. Kyle has been on Lisa’s side for majority of this franchise, and we love their friendship. Trust me, we are still rooting for some sort of reunion between these two. But throughout the seasons, Kyle has tried to score points for the team all while defending Lisa’s power plays. One too many bad passes, and the backfiring of this Lucy apple juice story, and Kyle can no longer defend her point guard. Kyle is one of the OG housewives, and I can’t picture this franchise going on without the Lisa-Kyle friendship. Maybe a trade talk is in the works for Kyle…or maybe Bravo will give her her own show?


Let’s move over to the other position close to Lisa. And that’s the small forward – Dorit Kemsley. Really Dorit is perfect for this position, not only is she physically close to Lisa, she’s also one of Lisa’s closest friends because of their husbands friendship. But that didn’t stop Lisa from using Dorit as part of her Vanderpump Dogs play. Next season, I want to see Dorit less dependent on LVP. Housewives analysts are predicting a big clash in chemistry between Dorit and her point guard. One thing going for Dorit is she’s in a great position to pick off any rebound attention from the power forward….Erika Jayne.

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Erika Jayne is the perfect power forward. In all of this doggy mess, she has positioned herself with her back towards the basket…watching clearly the moves her point guard Lisa intends to make. Erika is never directly involved in any drama around the basket…but she has the position to see it all, and she’s always there to pick off any rebounds or casualties that Lisa leaves in her way.


In the center of all the dog drama is Teddi Mellencamp. Newly acquired to the Beverly Hills franchise in season eight, she got along great with her point guard Lisa…mostly over their common love for horse riding. But at the beginning of season nine, LVP tries to make a BIG powerplay against Dorit with Teddi at the middle of it.. Lisa takes the 3-point shot with the initial mention of Dorit dumping the dog off at the shelter and tells Teddi to swoop in and pick off the game winning rebound for her by asking about the dog on camera. Teddi is about to jump for it but realizes Lisa’s shot was a complete SET UP! At the expense of exposing herself, Teddi comes forward with LVP’s shady game plan and shocks the Beverly Hills team to the core. Everyone on the court is left looking at LVP who just ran back into the locker room to look over her game notes with Ken.


Honourable mentions go to Lisa Rinna playing as the coach, because Rinna pretty much saw this LVP play coming. She knew what kind of player Lisa Vaderpump from experience, and spends most of the episodes telling everyone else what to look out for.

Also, Denise Richards as the referee who just wants to get along with everyone and have a good time at Camille’s birthday party.

Overall, the Beverly Hills team is a strong one, they’re just going through a rough time right now while they deal with some on/off court drama.

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Inside Khloe’s Delivery Room!

I remember exactly where I was when I found out the news about Khloe, I was in some terminal at the San Francisco airport and I swear I looked around trying to find a face, any stranger in the terminal with me who had just checked their phones and found the story just as surprising. I needed to talk about it, I needed to understand wtf was happening, I needed to know whether Tristan Thompson was still alive…because if he was…people were going to come for him. So in the aftermath of all that, we’re left with Season 15 of KUWTK, and the two episodes (you know which ones) that we’ve been waiting for. These episodes show all the drama that unfolds just as Khloe is about to have her baby. What happens next was only appropriate for me to put into GIF worthy moments.

While we’re probably watching this episode in sweats and our hair in buns, suffering from minor panic attacks for Khloe, you can see here that Kim Kardashian-West is in full hair/glam mode as she prepares herself for the extravaganza that is the Cleveland hospital delivery room.gif-kimhair.gif

The sisters (minus Kendall+Kylie) are hurrying to get over to Khloe’s delivery room, Tristan is all up in Khloe’s business tryna make up for ‘lost time’. We’ll just call it that for now. Let’s hope he glammed up like Kim did and used some hand sanitizer. I don’t know why this moment is just cringe – lies I know why but I won’t get into it…yet. (Pause on Khloe’s face as she mentally thinks of everywhere Tristan’s hands have been in the last seven days)


The sisters finally arrive! And I will just say it right here, bless up FAM! For everyone who is lucky enough to have family that will hop on a private jet and get to your delivery room in time for you to have your first child …you are just truly blessed! I do not have that luxury, but I’m sure my family would jump in a Toyota Corolla and drive for twelve plus hours to get to me. So either way…#blessed. Kourtney and Kim get to the hospital just in time, but Kim is having trouble making small talk with TT. Awwwwkward. You know it’s bad when your sister who is minutes away from popping a baby, is calling out her baby daddy and sister for being awkward in the delivery room! Kim is just so weird. Granted TT is disgusting and scum of the earth – but still Kim pull yourself together!


I’d like to say that the sisters work it out with Tristan, but that doesn’t happen here. I mean they sort of just eat their way through it all nibbling on whatever food is in the delivery room. However, the one person that is having a blast is none other than Kris Jenner who is legit glowing, and let’s be real, was probably fresh off the set of Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank u, Next”music video. (Note: Kim in the background probably furiously texting Kanye telling him how awkward everything is)


Then True is basically like “ya’ll are so effing crazy without me and I need to get out here quick and bring some good energy to this mf delivery room” So it’s time. Tristan makes his way over to Khloe…real talk mans didn’t stray 5cm away from Khloe that entire time he was probably too scared to roam anywhere near the Kardashian clan. Cute moment TT…but I still got my eyes on you. (Curious question: Have you washed the sin off your hands?)


And then there were two! Khloe + True. Oh riiiight and her dad. Tristan has a cute (I guess) moment with his daughter, but my girl Kourtney is quick to call the BS. You can just hear her monotone comeback through this GIF. Best.moment.of.the.season.


Literally all this is happening and Kim’s still out here throwing threats around the delivery room. I can’t with her.


And lest we forget the reason why we’re all here. Well the reason Khloe is here, but girl real talk we were all here for the tea. Khloe’s baby girl True. She is so beautiful, so cute, looks like her daddy, but praying she’s more like her mommy. And I have to say it here, the way Khloe handled this entire situation could only be done by the strongest of women. Putting all her feelings and ish aside so that her baby girl could have her dad in the delivery room was everything. What ever happens next with Khloe and TT is there business…and majority of the tabloids’, but what she did for her daughter here was much bigger than the two of them.


Welcome to the world True Thompson. With a mommy like Khloe we can only hope she does amazing things for this world! And for Kim Kardashian-West…I can’t even.

Comment below on your favorite moments from the episode!


We are fully aware that at any given moment when there’s a tsunami of Kardashian stories, it’s not the stormy sign of the end of the world, it’s just the dramatic premiere week of a new season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Whether you hate them, love to hate them, or even really love them, you still know who they are, what they’re doing, who they’re doing, which one is pregnant, and most importantly, you’ve probably used one of their iconic gifs at least once in your life. And if you’re not ‘gif-ing’ than you’re not really living. So in honour of the 10th anniversary of KUWTK premiere week we’ve gathered our favourite gifs:

11. Kim Should Do Playboy


Because why not start off the 10-year anniversary by honouring the woman that basically started it all. Kris Jenner circa Kate Gosselin type A hairdo – nothing would get in the way of Kris selling off her daughter(s) whichever way she knew how. Besides if there was a sex tape how bad could Playboy be?



10. The Kylie Jenner



The Kylie Jenner – sounds like something you can order online. LOL, I’m just going to let this one speak for itself.




9. The Unbreakable Kimmy Glare


So just to warn everyone, there will be a lot of Kim reactions on this list. Not much can be said for what comes out of Kim’s mouth, but she does offer up herself to some great gif’s. This mischievous grin is one of my favourite go-to-gifs to use. Also, it’s a throwback to the original seasons when the sisters had nowhere else to go but work and chat at their DASH store in Calabasas. I feel like Kim was cooler back then, and when I say cooler I mean more entertaining. And when I say entertaining I really mean obliviously stupid.

8. The Beginning of All Selfie’s


Like I said, Kim was so much cooler back then. She was taking selfies when selfies weren’t even a thing! Kim really did master the art of the selfie. Can you imagine how difficult it must’ve been trying to take a selfie in the back of the van while dropping your sister off for her jail sentence? Like the lighting probably sucked in there.

7. The Only Way to Deal


Kris Jenner realizing the only way she could get through her crazy life was to knock a few back. And remember, this was pre-Caitlin Jenner. So like, wtf did she do when that sh** hit the fan?


6. Khloe – “The Jealous One”


This is one of my favourite scenes of the entire series, so I had to have it on my list. It’s the episode when Kim finally gets to buy her Bentley and so she takes it to an auto shop to get it detailed. But when she’s on her way to pick up the car her and Khloe get into a major fight – I don’t even remember what it was about. But Kim get’s so upset at her, claiming Khloe is just jealous that Kim could afford a Bentley, it’s just one of those moments where you really see how the fame and money starts trifling with the sisterhood. Khloe’s all like “I don’t need a Bentley to feel cool you shallow biatch” And honestly, even to this day, I feel like this moment really is a testament to their sometimes not-so-friendly relationship.

4. “I Literally Can’t Even”


I don’t even remember where this scene was from, but it’s just so Kourtney. The one that literally starts every sentence with ‘I could literally…’

3. I Miss the Old Kanye


I don’t think this was even on the show, but this gif had me dying, it’s so Kanye, and it’s so Kim. There’s no wonder why they’re soul mates, they are literally in love with themselves. It’s funnier as it keeps looping.







2. 72 Day Marriage


We all know Kim has an ugly cry face, even Kourtney talks about it in one of the episodes, but seeing her cry live in action was one of the funniest moments of the series. I’m sorry, I know this was a horrific time for her, but for some reason this moment was more comedic than sad. I mean we know the reason why, it’s because everyone knew the marriage was a sham before Kim even knew. Not before Kris though, Kris knew that sh** was doomed from the start but all she saw was dolla dolla bills yall. By the time the episode aired, fans were over mourning the relationship/marriage and so all that was left to do was just laugh about it. I can guarantee you Kim’s laughing at it to because she made a ton of cash on that episode.

1. Eyeroll Queen


The greatest eye roll in the history of eye rolls. I honestly think people love using this not just because of the dramatic eye roll, but because of how ratchet Kim looks. I’m not even hating, it was like 2008 or something so the makeup is all very questionable, and forgivable because they didn’t have a glam squad back then.

But for real guys, we’re not about bashing females here, we’re fans of the Kardashian’s and recognize they’ve done a lot for different causes over the years. They are also super fun to laugh at, they’ve been on TV for 10 years, they should know there’s going to be a little shade here and there. Send us your favourite Kardashian meme/gifs. Also, don’t forget to watch the new season this Sunday on E!

BROAD CITY: Episode 2 “Twaining Day”

The second episode of Broad City’s season four brought us some more laughs. Let’s break down the funniest moments from the episode.

Abbi’s New Job/Boss

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If you thought Abbi working at Soulstice was funny, well get ready because Abbi’s got a new job at GRAPHIX. The best part though is her new boss played by the Queen of comedy Wanda Sykes. Did you know there was such a thing as organic cat litter? Neither did Abbi. Good luck on the new job girl!

Ilana’s New Job


Since the girls are back on their grind, Ilana is also down for the hustle and stumbles into Sex and the City famed hotspot SushiSamba. The manager is played by another Qwayn – RuPaul. The on screen dialogue between these two will have you on the floor – dead. When Ilana (accidentally) causes her coworker to trip, Ru takes it as Ilana being her rude ass self and loves her for it. He then titles her after Tonya Harding (the figureskater that was accused of attacking another figureskater). Thus Ilana was named ‘Other Tonya’

The Mysterious Tin Foil

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Just when you thought Ilana couldn’t get any crazier, she finishes her lunch/dinner and goes to toss out the tin foil in a nearby garbage can. But as she walks away, she stops dead in her tracks and turns around to look at the pile of dump as if the tin foil was calling out to her. She retrieves the little piece of garbage and continues using it for the remainder of the episode. She sneaks away during her shift at SushiSamba to unravel the aluminum and gives herself a pep talk by talking to this piece of trash. She takes advice from this piece of tinfoil which apparently is reminding her that she isn’t really a mean person. This is obviously a big inside joke and I hope find out what’s really going on as the season unfolds. No pun intended.

The Mysterious Package


When a package Abby ordered online gets delivered to the Soulstice gym, she shows up trying to hide from her ex Trey, but a Twain sighting soon has her losing her marbles. Also this cutout killed me.

The Pretty Little Liar


Like all good friends should do, calling out your friend when she is acting like a complete loony tune is very necessary. When Abbi calls Ilana freaking out that she is literally looking at Shania Twain at the gym, (the person she claimed she had been ‘twaining’ since season one episode one), Ilana doesn’t believe a word she’s saying. But the funniest part is, this is coming from the craziest of them all. Ilana calls Abbi crazy!? What universe are we living in??

Twaining Twain

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Little did Ilana know, Abbi was telling the truth. Shania Twain was legitimately training with Trey! So what does Abbi do? She begs Trey to let her train Shania Twain with him, and we all know how bad Trey wants Abbi’s booty so he cannot deny her of this. Also, Shania is not down to even exercise for a second, she’s trying to get out of every single position, until Trey and Abbi offer to show her the movements. Then it gets pretty dirty between the two exes, and Shania’s just sitting there like enjoying the views. Can we just mention here that Shania was freakin’ hilarious!

What other moments had you guys dying of laughter? Send us your comments and follow us on Twitter!


Ten Reactions You Have While Watching ‘This Is Us’

The new season of NBC’s hit drama This Is Us premieres its second season on September 26th at 9pm. We had to round up all the feels we had watching the first season, most likely we will be crying a ton more in the second so get ready.

10. The Pilot Surprise

Getting that goody goody baby baby surprise shocker at the end of the pilot episode was one of the best twists. TIU_top10I’m sure everyone had the same feeling of “Noooo Waaay!”  because it was this baby surprise shocker that basically mic dropped to the rest of the season. It was a special twist, a beautiful one at that, and kudos to the writers because it was written perfectly.

9. Kate’s “I WANT TO LIVE NOW” Speech


Sounded like something Oprah would be screaming out, but coming from Kate we’ll take it any day! Girl you got this, and we stand by you every step of the way!


8. William Will Die


We were all up for Randall finding his real daddy, there was some excitement and we were so happy for him! . And then of course, the bomb drops right quick. His dad is not only apologetic for never being in Randall’s life, but he’s all like also I’m dying and then we’re left wondering for the rest of the season if this is the episode that William dies in.

7. Jack and Rebecca Marital Problems


Literally at the core of this show is Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia playing Rebecca and Jack. Seeing them on screen together fills your heart with joy, lifts your soul, and makes you believe in the power of love. But dang, when they started having relationship problems, you’re like hold up wait life doesn’t make sense anymore.

6. Grandma Mandy


Like I said before, Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia are the core of this show, they are the glue that keeps everyone together, and all that cheesy ish. But when they start trifling with Jack and Rebecca’s story timeline we were left scratching our heads. The first time it happens, Rebecca rolls up to Randall’s doorstep lookin’ like her future ass self and we’re just like O-M-G who dis bish be and where is Jack??

6.The Push Ups

TIU_pushups.gifPush ups never looked so good. But seriously, this is one of the most memorable moments written into the season. It really is a scene that embraces everything that makes This Is Us the successful show that it is. It’s such a small moment in their lives, but the feelings it leaves us with will carry on forever. That is what they call TV gold.



5.Finding out Jack is Dead


You start piecing things together through the season, wondering why Jack isn’t in the present with his grown up children, and then Kate coming through and telling Toby the urn she watches football with on Sundays contains the ashes of her late father. You’re like, no, no, you’re lying Kate. You are a liar!

3.Kate’s Pool Day

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I don’t care if you’re skinny, curvy, thick, long legged, heavy flow day, or burnt to a crisp day, every woman has experienced the dreaded pool day. Who doesn’t love fun in the sun? But sometimes, when you’re not feeling your inner Yonce, you’re just not down for a swim sesh. This moment was all of us reaching out to Kate and being like we feel you girl – ignore those bitchy bully’s and get wet!

2. Jack Doing Vogue


As if you couldn’t love Milo Ventimiglia playing Jack daddy any more, he comes through once again for his little girl. When nobody shows up for Kate’s Madonna themed birthday party, daddy Jack keeps her company and basically begs Kate to teach him how to Vogue. #Zaddy


1.Jack’s Funeral


The best part of Jack’s funeral is that I didn’t even let myself watch it. This was everyone’s dreaded episode the entire season, I could barely hear them talk about Jack being dead, let alone getting my soul through his funeral scene. Maybe one day, but not today.

Let us know if This Is Us makes you feel some type of way and why you love coming back to it every week. Join the discussion and follow us on Twitter!


BROAD CITY: Top 10 Funny Moments from the Season Premiere!

THE GIRLS ARE BACK. No, not the HBO Girls, no not the girls from Pretty Little Liars either, the girls – the Broad City girls! It’s been too long, Game of Thrones is gone for basically forever, so thank the TV Gods because Abbi and Ilana are coming through at the perfect time.

Here we break down the Top 10 Funniest Moments from the season four premiere. Let us know and comment below if we missed anything!

10. The first time (and hopefully the last) Trump makes it into an episode

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We know the Broad City girls were rooting for HRC on and off the show. I’m sure some of their best jokes had to be rewritten following the surprising outcome of the presidential election. Here’s to hoping this is the only time we ever see or hear about Trump in this season.

9. The Oprah Tramp Stamp

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You get a tat! You get a tat! Everyone gets a tramp stamp! Not everyone, but Abbi sure did. During this very informative flashback episode we also find out how and why Abbi got the Oprah tramp stamp. It was 2011 and Oprah was just about to finish her television show, I guess Abbi was feeling nostalgic about it. Do you booboo.

8. 2011 Bevers Edition


So one of the funniest moments of this flashback episode is seeing Bever’s who we’ve always known as the couch potato boyfriend of her roommate who eats all of Abbi’s food, and just basically overstays his welcome. But here we see that in 2011, he was actually freakin’ hot! And he was all down for boundaries and sharing space with Abbi, but she was the one who insisted he make himself feel right at home – all the damn time! She has nobody to blame but herself! This was hilarious.

7. 2011 Ilana Hair

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2011 Ilana did not have curly hair. 2011 Ilana used to spend 2 hours in front of the mirror straightening her hair, until one day she met Abbi who told her she looked like Rosie Perez with her natural curls, and thus began the transition!


6. Ilana’s reaction to everything, but also her roommates PowerPoint presentation

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Ilana’s basic ass roommates are tired of her weird antics, and they’ve put together a very creative PowerPoint presentation, and her reaction to their distaste of her natural curly hair is hilarious. Her face just kills me.


5. The Thrupple


The Thrupple conversation just made us revaluate our entire life, because it was 2011 and Barack and Michelle Obama were the leaders of the free world.



4. La Queefa

It seems like Ilana is working a new job every episode, and that’s probably because she is. She is literally a lazy piece of cray cray. She gets fired from her job at the Grey Dog cafe, and when her manager calls her a thief, she fires back by protesting that he just called her a ‘queef’ and that he was basically sexually harassing her. Girl bye.

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3. The Ponytail Bandit

As if the world wasn’t an already scary place to live in, now all of us rockin’ that high ponytail look need to be on the watch for the snipper! Seriously, one of the funniest moments ever, seeing that creepy bald man slowly lurk on Abbi and snip her pony right off her head! She’s then stuck with the funniest hairdo for the rest of the episode.


2.Ilana’s shoes and sock combo

Literally every time this girl was on screen I couldn’t help but just stare at those those hideous shoes. To make matters worse, she’s wearing them with socks, girl I cannot! All I hear in my head is “what are thooose?”


1.Best Friends Forever

At the end of the episode we finally see Abbi and Ilana cementing their friendship forever, literally in cement on the corner of a random street. Seriously, if these two were basic bitches they would be #friendshipgoals


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I know, you’re still recovering from that empty feeling that was once filled with excitement for Game of Thrones. Well, get over it, because you’re going to be waiting a long time before you see dragons and a certain aunt/nephew duo get freaky in a boat again. Here’s our top three choices for TV watching this fall.

Riverdale (Premieres Oct 11th on The CW)

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As you can tell we are very, very excited for the return of The CW’s / Netflix’s Riverdale. I’ll go on a limb here and say I think everyone was shocked when they realized how well received the show was. Let’s be real, it could’ve been another awful teen drama that circled around a murder and then literally circled, circled, and circled some more for 6 seasons strong. But, the writers at Riverdale didn’t put us through that, in fact we learned about the main murder by the end of season 1. And it all worked out, and we really didn’t care about the murder because the main characters were on point all the time. #Bughead. Also thank you to the writers for creating a show that broke down every single stereotype that a teen drama has had. Love triangle? Why bother when the two female characters are more fun to watch as friends than as enemies.


What can we expect for their second season? It’s true, every show has the dreaded second season slump, and with Riverdale’s daring jump from 13 episodes in season 1 to 22 for season 2 – we’re really hoping they come through with some strong storytelling. Considering how big their cast list is, there are so many character arcs they can explore  (Kevin), and we already know that there will be additions to the existing cast (Jellybean + possible Sabrina).

Whatever the cast list may be (Fred we know you’re not dead), we know the writers are going to deliver on another LIT season – from the music to the jokes, to the sticky maples, okay maybe no sticky maples, but seriously who’s dressing up as Varchie for Halloween?

Editors Note: Also guys, we have a lot of fun recapping a ton of shows here, but if you enjoy podcasts then be sure to listen to the Riverdale recaps produced by Recap Rewind Podcast. They are freakin’ hilarious and on point with their recaps, half the fun of watching Riverdale is to recap with the fans afterwards!

Narcos (Premiered Sept 1 on Netflix)

If you’re a big fan of drug cartel documentaries or films, then you probably already know about Netflix’s Narcos. And if you know about Narcos, then you’ve probably already binge watched the entire third season.

Let’s talk about the Escobar seasons for a hot minute and that second season slump. In my opinion, the first season was brilliant. There was nothing else like it on TV. I don’t know if there was a plan for a second season when they did the first, because the second season felt dragged on like it was forced. I think Escobar’s story could’ve wrapped up by the end of the first season, but they continued on and somewhere in the middle of the second season I stopped watching.


Narcos came back for a third season, no Escobar this time, instead it was about the second place drug kingpins – the Cali Cartel. This was their strongest season yet and here’s why Narcos should be on your Fall watch list.


The Cali Cartel: It’s true these guys were always in second compared to Escobar, they operated under the radar, while Escobar took all the heat. Right from the start Agent Pena’s description of the Cali cartel was intriguing, because they hadn’t been in the media as much as Escobar was.  There was an air of ‘mystery’ to the cartel, they prided themselves on operating in a discreet fashion, all the while having control over 90% of the world’s cocaine market. Also they were the sworn enemy of the Medellin cartel which was all Pablo Escobar. So you know, there’s tension.


The Characters: One of the things about the third season was the huge mesh of different storylines. There were new rookie agents, brothers, sons, security guy turned inside man, and even scorned ex wife. Seasons one and two proved you could have one character as the main focus and still have an exciting show, but the third season did the complete opposite and gave us a slew of complex and rich characters.

The Clothes: So the third season does fast forward a little bit, it’s the 90s, we got Bill Clinton and HRC up in this intro video, and the clothes, they legit made 90s clothes look hot as hell. And it was hot, literally everyone was sweating their assess off, I don’t think Agent Pena was dry the entire time. But seriously, the clothes added to the allurement of this season. Everything looked like Versace, there was gold everywhere, and the first episode pops off with a party, how fitting.


Narcos season three deserves a binge watch. Vamos! All episodes are streaming now on Netflix.

American Horror Story: Cult (Premiered September 5th on FX)

When you think of Fall you think of October, when you think of October you think of Halloween and when you think of Halloween you think of haunted houses, ghosts, aliens, murderers, and disturbing cults. That’s right, AHS embodies everything that is fear in the fall and so it’s only right that the new season of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story premiered right at the start of the new season. We are in a very shaky and scary political climate – The Handmaid’s Tale didn’t help with the whole ‘let’s be hopeful of this new world order’. To top that off, Murphy releases his 7th season that circles around the surprising results of the recent election and the outcomes that transpire because of it. This is perhaps the realest AHS has ever been, and in that it could very well be the scariest season yet. What can we expect from the rest of the season? Not really sure, but we do know one thing, if you’re scared of clowns this isn’t going to be a fun one to watch.


American Horror Story: Cults airs at 10pm on FX.






The summer literally felt like it came and went, and that’s because it did, but it also brought some of our favourite shows back, so we ain’t mad at it. Let’s look at some of the summer hits that took up way too much space on the PVR.

Kimmy Schmidt (Premiered May 19 on Netflix)

Realistically the show should be called Kimmy & Titus becuase let’s be real, he’s the real star of the show, But, we still get excite when this show comes around, and obviously, we’re binge watching this all weekend. This season saw Titus break up with his boo and find his inner Beyonce – he didn’t have to look too far. It was amazing.giphy.gif

Kingdom (Premiered May 31 on DIRECTV)


Kingdom has been one of my favourite shows, not just of the summer but, of all time. I never thought a show about MMA fighting could resonate with so many people, but that’s because Kingdom was more than just a show about MMA fighting. This season was their final one, it’s sad to see a story that wasn’t quite finished come to an end. And I was so ready to watch more Jonathan Tucket because he was so beautiful and brilliant this season. I’m dealing with it, also he’s in American Gods so we should be seeing him in season 2 of that. We’re saying goodbye to our sweaty summer and our favorite sweaty men. #VeniceForever

Orange is the New Black (Premiered June 9 on Netflix)


This is one of the shows I wait all year for, and with the hype around the new season taking place over 3 days in the prison it was supposed to be the littest season yet! Aaaaand it wasn’t. I’m going to be honest here and admit I couldn’t even get through all the episodes. Imagine that, the potential to binge an entire season and I still couldn’t get through it? The episodes were jam packed with storylines jumping from all characters, and you would think this would be super entertaining, but i found it super annoying, with most of the dialogue sounding like filler content. It still makes it on my list because we’re already excited for next season!

Game of Thrones (Premiered July 16 on HBO)


Literally the show we wait over a year for. Season 7 only had 7 episodes, but we have to admit they were beyond lit. This season we found out that R+L definitely = J. But what we really cared about was D + J 4EVA!


Ozark (Premiered July 21 on Netflix)

Someone described Ozark to me by calling it the show on Netflix with Jason Bateman that’s basically Breaking Bad but with money laundering. And they were right. They were also right that it’s a really well done show. It’s only in its first season and things are starting to take off for Marty Byrde and his family. I wasn’t crazy about the season finale, but I’m excited to see where they can go with this. Breaking Bad really didn’t hit it’s peak until season 2/3. So give it a go.

Insecure (Premiered on July 23 on HBO)


One of my favourite shows of the year. 2017 also saw the end of HBO’s Girls, and trust me we were ready for that to end. But for HBO to come through with another comedy that felt so much like Girls, it was a big risk, but we’re glad they took it. The season 2 Insecure finale was one of the best season finales I’ve ever seen. From the music to the heartbreaking flashback, the writers were just so on point. So many feels for this show.

That’s it for the summer! We’ll miss some, some others we have to wait so freakin’ long so don’t even think about it (GoT). But stay tuned for our FALL TV PREVIEW because it is loaded with more shows we cannot wait to PVR and forget to delete. Welcome to fall. Enjoy your PSL.


Real talk, we all know The Emmy’s is the place to be for TV. Here are our top picks for this year’s show. Don’t forget to join our Twitter feed tonight because we’ll be live tweeting the event. Also some of these were really hard to pick.

Outstanding Drama Series

Better Call Saul (AMC)

The Crown (Netflix)

The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)

House of Cards (Netflix)

Stranger Things (Netflix)

This Is Us (NBC)

Westworld (HBO) *But I really want them to win to!!**

Outstanding Comedy Series

Atlanta (FX)

black-ish (ABC)

Master of None (Netflix)

Modern Family (ABC)

Silicon Valley (HBO)

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix) *One word: Lemonade*

Veep (HBO)

Outstanding Limited Series

Big Little Lies (HBO)

Fargo (FX)

Feud: Bette and Joan (FX)

Genius (National Geographic)

The Night Of (HBO) *But this was so good to!!*

Outstanding Television Movie

Black Mirror: San Junipero (Netflix)

Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love (NBC)

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (HBO)

Sherlock: The Lying Detective (PBS)

The Wizard of Lies (HBO)

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

You know we love our real life hollywood heroine’s, and I’ve seen all these ladies in action and they are brilliant in each of their roles. This was the hardest category to choose from. Davis and Wright are veterans, I feel like they’ve won enough. Claire Foy won the Golden Globe award so let’s give her that one. Keri Russell is amazing yes, but I’m not fully convinced. Now Elisabeth Moss for The Handmaid’s Tale is a quick yes for me, because she was amazing in the first season. BUT, Evan Rachel Wood also in her first season, slayed as a robot in Westworld. Guys, this is so hard. I’m going to go with who I’m more excited to see in season 2…

Viola Davis, How to Get Away With Murder (ABC)

Claire Foy, The Crown (Netflix)

Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)

Keri Russell, The Americans (FX)

Evan Rachel Wood, Westworld (HBO)

Robin Wright, House of Cards (Netflix)

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us (NBC)

Anthony Hopkins, Westworld (HBO)

Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul (AMC)

Matthew Rhys, The Americans (AMC)

Liev Schreiber, Ray Donovan (Showtime)

Kevin Spacey, House of Cards (Netflix)

Milo Ventimiglia, This Is Us (NBC) 

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Pamela Adlon, Bad Things (FX)

Jane Fonda, Grace and Frankie (Netflix)

Allison Janney, Mom (CBS)

Ellie Kemper, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep (HBO)

Tracee Ellis Ross, black-ish (ABC)

Lily Tomlin, Grace and Frankie (Netflix)

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

Anthony Anderson, black-ish (ABC)

Aziz Ansari, Master of None (Netflix)

Zach Galifianakis, Baskets (FX)

Donald Glover, Atlanta (FX)

William H. Macy, Shameless (Showtime)

Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent (Amazon)

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

Carrie Coon, Fargo (FX)

Felicity Huffman, American Crime (ABC)

Nicole Kidman, Big Little Lies (HBO)

Jessica Lange, Feud: Bette and Joan (FX)

Susan Sarandon, Feud: Bette and Joan (FX)

Reese Witherspoon, Big Little Lies (HBO)

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

Riz Ahmed, The Night Of (HBO)

Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock: The Lying Detective (PBS)

Robert De Niro, The Wizard of Lies (HBO)

Ewan McGregor, Fargo (FX)

Geoffrey Rush, Genius (National Geographic)

John Turturro, The Night Of (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Uzo Aduba, Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things (Netflix)

Ann Dowd, The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)

Chrissy Metz, This Is Us (NBC)

Thandie Newton, Westworld (HBO)

Samira Wiley, The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul (AMC)

David Harbour, Stranger Things (Netflx)

Ron Cephas Jones, This Is Us (NBC)

Michael Kelley, House of Cards (Netflix)

John Lithgow, The Crown (Netflix)

Mandy Patinkin, Homeland (Showtime)

Jeffrey Wright, Westworld (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Vanessa Bayer, Saturday Night Live (NBC)

Anna Chlumsky, Veep (HBO)

Kathryn Hahn, Transparent (Amazon)

Leslie Jones, Saturday Night Live (NBC)

Judith Light, Transparent (Amazon)

Kate McKinnon, Saturday Night Live (NBC)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Louie Anderson, Baskets (FX)

Alec Baldwin, Saturday Night Live (NBC)

Tituss Burgess, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)

Ty Burrell, Modern Family (ABC)

Tony Hale, Veep (HBO)

Matt Walsh, Veep (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie

Judy Davis, Feud: Betty and Joan (FX)

Laura Dern, Big Little Lies (HBO)

Jackie Hoffman, Feud: Bette and Joan (FX)

Regina King, American Crime (ABC)

Michelle Pfeiffer, The Wizard of Lies (HBO)

Shailene Woodley, Big Little Lies (HBO)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Movie

Bill Camp, The Night Of (HBO)

Alfred Molina, Feud: Bette and Joan (FX)

Alexander Skarsgärd, Big Little Lies (HBO)

David Thewlis, Fargo (FX)

Stanley Tucci, Feud: Bette and Joan (FX)

Michael Kenneth Williams, The Night Of (HBO)

Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series

Alexis Bledel, The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)

Laverne Cox, Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

Ann Dowd, The Leftovers (HBO)

Shannon Purser, Stranger Things (Netflix)

Cicely Tyson, How to Get Away With Murder (ABC)

Alison Wright, The Americans (FX)

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

Ben Mendelsohn, Bloodline (Netflix)

BD Wong, Mr. Robot (USA)

Hank Azaria, Ray Donovan (Showtime)

Denis O’Hare, This Is Us (NBC)

Brian Tyree Henry, This Is Us (NBC)

Gerald McRaney, This Is Us (NBC) 

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

Vince Gilligan (Better Call Saul– “Witness”)

Stephen Daldry (The Crown– “Hyde Park Corner”)

Reed Morano (The Handmaid’s Tale- “Offred”)

Kate Dennis (The Handmaid’s Tale-“The Bridge”)

Lesli Linka Glatter (Homeland-“America First”)

The Duffer Brothers (Stranger Things– “Chapter One: The Vanishing Of Will Byers”)

Jonathan Nolan (Westworld-The Bicameral Mind)

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

Joel Fields, Joe Weisberg (The Americans– “The Soviet Division”)

Gordon Smith (Better Call Saul– “Chicanery”)

Peter Morgan (The Crown– “Assassins”)

Bruce Miller (The Handmaid’s Tale– “Offred”)

The Duffer Brothers (Stranger Things– “Chapter One: The Vanishing Of Will Byers”)

Lisa Joy, Jonathan Nolan (Westworld– “The Bicameral Mind”)

Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special

Jean-Mac Vallee (Big Little Lies)

Noah Hawley (Fargo– “The Law of Vacant Places)

Ryan Murphy (FEUD: Bette And Joan-“And The Winner Is…”)

Ron Howard (Genius– “Einstein: Chapter One”)

James Marsh (The Night Of– “The Art of War”)

Steven Zaillian (The Night Of– “The Beach”)

Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special


David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies)

Charlie Brooker (Black Mirror– “San Junipero”)

Noah Hawley (Fargo– “The Law of Vacant Places”)

Ryan Murphy (FEUD: Bette And Joan– “And The Winner Is…”)

Jaffe Cohen, Michael Zam, Ryan Murphy (FEUD: Bette And Joan– “Pilot”)

Richard Price, Steven Zaillian (The Night Of– “The Call of the Wild”)

Don’t forget to watch the Emmy’s on Sunday September 17th. Also Follow us on Twitter because we will be live tweeting the night!


With the new season of Game of Thrones just around the corner, okay there’s still like two months but considering we’ve been waiting all year, just let us have this moment.

So with the new season approaching, so are those Game of Thrones watch parties with all your friends. Here are all the things you think about while watching Game of Thrones.

15. When you put on HBO at the exact hour and you still have to wait for those damn HBO trailers to finish


Like, The Leftovers seems like it would be a cool show, but no I don’t care to watch a 4 minute trailer right now, just please, take me to Westeros.

14. When your friends roll up with a 40-pack of birthday cake timbits and donuts and you’re so grateful you have good people around you


Set the mood right with the perfect snacks, whether it’s a delicious dessert, or some 7-layer dip and chips, you know HBO has no commercials, so you better have everything you could ever want in the next 55 minutes, right in front of you.

13. When your friends roll up with a big bottle of red and you’re just like ‘how fitting, it’s the colour of BLOOD!’


[Caution: Consuming large amounts of alcohol will affect your memory and you may not remember key moments of the episode the next morning at work, so just like, be careful]

12. When you tell all your friends to put their phones away or you will literally set them all on fire #bye


Guys, this is not a joke, phone usage will not be tolerated during Game of Thrones watching, there is no reason for you to be on your phone, because the next 55 minutes is literally all that matters in life. I’m just saying, I will be okay with setting your mobile devices on fire.

11. When you had to wash your hair and didn’t have time to dry it before the episode so you’re stuck for the next hour with wet hair


Seriously, this is legit #firstworldproblems. You know you had to wash your hair for work the next day, but all your friends were coming through so you didn’t have time to dry your hair and now you’re stuck for 55 minutes with wet/cold hair. But realistically, you don’t even mind because Game of Thrones is life.

10. It’s time to dim the lights…


I don’t be messin’ around with potential TV glare, the lights need to be turned down low for maximum Game of Thrones watching. The person closest to the light switch will feel my wrath.

9. When the opening sequence starts and one of your friends is like ‘I haven’t caught up I’m still like on season 4’


No but really, did you think there was going to be a PowerPoint presentation recapping the last three seasons? If you’re not caught up, then I can’t help you.

8. When everyone starts eating and your living room floor is basically destroyed


LOL, this one doesn’t even bother me because again, Game of Thrones is life and nothing else really matters for the next hour.

7. When the episode literally just started and someone’s already asking a question


We have slotted some time after the episode to discuss scenes and/or ask questions, please refrain from speaking for the next hour. Again there are no commercial breaks, you will just have to guess what was said in the scene if you didn’t hear them

6. When the entire room didn’t hear what was said in the scene, so it’s okay to use your PVR powers and rewind the scene


You can only use your PVR powers once, as long as everyone in the room agrees they had no idea what just happened in that scene, and to be fair, that does happen often in Game of Thrones.

5. When that 7-layer dip gets to you and someone lets one rip


LOL, it’s okay, you’re forgiven.

4. When you’re halfway through an epic scene and you realize Littlefinger and Varys basically started the entire show


It’s true, Littlefinger is the cause of everything, he legit played a little finger in every single death and decision from the beginning. Think about it.

3. When someone shows up to the watch party with a cold and now you’re stuck breathing the same air as them


By this point, you’re in the thick of the episode and to be honest you probably won’t even notice if one of your friends is having a severe cough attack, so really, just keep watching, you’re good.

2. When everything you wanted to happen in the episode didn’t happen and now you’re left with an empty soul


Half the fun of watching Game of Thrones is predicting/hoping/wishing/yearning for the outcome of your dreams, and when it doesn’t happen, you’re literally, crushed to the core. Also, you do feel really stupid when you cursed King Joffrey to his death but his death didn’t even happen until season four.

1. When the night and the episode comes to an end and you’re wishing all your friends a safe drive home


The hardest part of the night is saying goodbye to your friends wishing them a safe drive home. Having to retreat to your bedroom with all of tonight’s epic moments floating through your head is extremely daunting. The night is truly dark and full of terrors.




The seventh season of Game of Thrones premieres Sunday July 16th on HBO.