accidentally inseminated; the biologic father (her boss) doesn’t know that his
wife was having an affair with his best friend (now slain … or that his sister
has an affair with his stepmother. Meanwhile, Jane doesn’t know her biologic
father is a telenovela star.
… and with Gina Rodriguez as a pure-hearted heroine. Tonight, she’s ready to be
an ex-virgin – maybe. The church and hotel-room scenes are gems.
Monday line-up. Now “2 Broke Girls” must take over; to make it easier, its
opener borrows the tabloid starpower of Kim Kardashian West.
reality show wants to film at the cupcake window. Max is skeptical; Caroline,
who used to be as rich as a Kardashian, wants the publicity, but has never seen
Brown,” 9-11 p.m., HBO.
for people who love music. At times, this Mick Jagger production simply sits
back and watches Brown with awe. Stunning dance moves and great vocal riffs were
backed by gifted jazzmen who were ready to improvise to his moves.
Brown’s parents deserted him; he grew up in an aunt’s brothel. He trusted no
one; that made him a great performer (copying no one) and a cruel employer. One
band member recalls needing to pull a pistol on his boss; it’s part of a great
week has the eight dancers (Jonathan Bennett was ousted last week) split into
teams, dancing to Iggy Azalea’s “Black Widow” or to “Time Warp” from “Rocky
Horror.” Also, Ella Henderson sings “Ghost,” Nikki Yanofsky does “Necessary
with Taylor Swift as key advisor. Teammates compete, this time choosing their
own songs; the loser will be dumped or “stolen.”
targets the first-born children of Gotham’s elite.
(Beau Bridges and Margo Martindale) to officially end their marriage. Suddenly,
challenges – passing psychological tests and helping Paige (Katharine McPhee)
convince her son to go to his school’s Halloween party.
better than military drones, the guys steal a king’s jewel-encrusted inhaler.
Humor follows, but sporadically.
information about the nasty world of poaching.
serial-killer – one who’s really good at social media.