Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse
TBS has renewed its commitment to Tyler Perry's marital sitcom.
The network has ordered an additional 35 episodes of the comedy For Better or Worse, TBS announced Wednesday.
Nick E. Tarabay
In Friday's Spartacus: Vengeance, the rebels split into two factions, and it's revealed just who helped Lucretia survive her nearly fatal wound.
After attacking a wagon transporting slaves, Spartacus' men Agron and Nasir interrogate one of the Roman guards and then report that Naevia is dead. Crixus, teeth a-gnashing, is appropriately bereft to learn the fate of his lost love, but soon it's revealed that Naevia is actually alive and working in the slave mines. You see, Agron lied "for the greater good" so that their gang could advance to Vesuvius instead of chasing after a woman. Oh no! Dissent among the ranks! Agron splits off, while Spartacus and other loyal rebels go to save Naevia. Unfortunately, in the process, Crixus is captured.
Compulsive hoarder Caryn just wants to get better and be happier and that's why she's seeking help.
On Sunday's episode of Hoarding: Buried Alive (9/8c, TLC), we see Caryn struggle with trying to regain her life and the home that her parents left her after their deaths 10 years ago. Her inability to stop hoarding, however, has forced the city to kick her out of the horrible conditions in her home. Now, if she doesn't make headway in clearing the house, the home that she had with her parents could be torn down.
Uh-oh! Is Project Runway All Stars foreshadowing that either Mondo or Kenley will be eliminated this episode? The show opens at the Flatotel, where the designers are staying, and shows Mondo talking about how obnoxious and annoying Kenley is. While that is a fair statement (Kenley's nasal twang makes her a "sound down" kind of gal), this sudden focus on their interaction doesn't bode well for one of them. Editing, thy name is spoilers!
Colorless host Angela reveals that today's challenge is a "Fashion Face-Off," which is conveniently also the name of this episode. That means the remaining designers will go head-to-head on the runway to create seasonal sportswear for a woman's weekend retreat. There will be a top 4 and a bottom 4.
Amy Acker, known for portraying a sweet egghead who was enslaved on Joss Whedon's vampire-detective series Angel, won't be playing the victim on Friday's Grimm (9/8c, NBC).
In "Tarantella," Acker plays Lena, an alluring woman who happens to be a deadly black widow-type of creature, or in Grimm-speak, a Spinnetod. "It's a spider-creature who, in order to survive, has to sacrifice or eat three men every five years," the actress tells TVGuide.com.
All hail King Joffrey!
As we enter into the second season of HBO's Game of Thrones, which premieres on April Fools' Day, we're reminded that much has changed since we first entered Westeros.
The Real Housewives of Miami
Bravo has renewed the Real Housewives of Miami for a second season, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
But before Miami returns, Bravo plans on re-casting the show and bringing in new production company, Purveyors of Pop, which produce Bethenny Ever After. A source close to the series told the trade that Bravo was dissatisfied with the original production company, McFilmworks, and took over during the first season's post-production.