Back in May, I wrote about the 2013-2014 TV schedule, including several new shows that would be debuting in the fall. Well, it's now "the fall" (at least when it comes to the premiere of TV shows), which means there are even more new shows that will debut. When we will find the time to watch them?
Fox: Almost Human
Premiere date: Nov 4., 8 p.m. EST
140-character Twitter synopsis: Police officers are paired with human-like androids in this drama set 35 years in the future. Together, the unlikely duo investigate crimes.
Why I think it may do well: Explosions. Androids. Tough guys with a secret heart of gold. Emotions. J.J. Abrams. Yeah, this show will probably do just fine.
Believe it or not, Ellen DeGeneres has had "The Ellen Show" for eleven seasons now. During that time, she's had plenty of strange haircuts (she may have even been the original creator of The Bieber cut), given away great prizes to deserving audience members and fans, and interviewed a slew of awesome guests.
But most importantly, she has scared people. Here are the 4 best scare attempts on Ellen's show, in honor of the newest season of "The Ellen Show."
#6: Katie Holmes
I've written about the '90s a lot these past few months, but I feel like that's only because so much of the 1990s is back. Is it because those of us who were kids then are suddenly adults with money that's burning a collective hole in our pockets? That's probably part of it. Part of it is also probably that the feeling of nostalgia is just so good.
Please feel free to listen to your old No Doubt CDs on your Discman, tie your hair back in a scrunchie, and remember what life was like with dial-up internet as you read why 2013 is like, totally the year of the 1990s.
I can't imagine what it'd be like to have excessive fame, money, and freedom at a young age — not when I wasn't even allowed to stay up late and watch "Family Guy." There's a reason why a lot of child stars end up faltering as they prepare to enter adulthood and instead end up kind of strange.
Enter Miley Cyrus, the face of wholesome Disney superstar Hannah Montana and daughter to one of the cheesiest celebrities of all time, Billy Ray Cyrus. Everyone is still buzzing about the performance she and Robin Thicke gave us (and not in a good way). Interestingly, The Onion predicted this is the road Miley would take five years ago (they even got the year right). While part of me understands she's just a 20-year-old girl trying to shed her Hannah Montana image and "find herself," the other part of me is all, "No. No thank you."
But Miley's transition isn't inevitable! So here are five child stars who turned out just fine.