It's nearly impossible to please chef Gordon Ramsay, but the remaining nine contestants on Hell's Kitchen will certainly try.
On Thursday's episode, Ramsay tasks the chefs with creating a new dinner menu. The team with the most popular dish among the diners wins the challenge — and is safe from Ramsay's wrath.
The West Wing
With network TV season finales firmly in the rearview mirror and summer shows not yet back in full rotation, many regular TV viewers are likely facing the same dilemma: What to watch? Sure, it's great to finally have more than 5 percent storage space left on our DVRs, but it's difficult to suddenly go from carefully planning Sunday night series' schedules to watching — gasp! — repeats. But as that old, awful NBC marketing campaign goes "If you haven't seen it, it's new to you." So, which series should you dive into during this down time? Below, TVGuide.com editors share their binge-watching selections for the summer...
Who will survive the season finale of The 100?
On the first episode of the two-part closer, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Finn (Thomas McDonell) must face off with the Grounders, but they quickly learn that they have a brand new enemy on Earth. Also in the hour, Bellamy (Bob Morley) makes a heroic move to save Jasper (Devon Bostick), while Murphy (Richard Harmon) finally gets his revenge.
The auditions continue on NBC's wacky talent show America's Got Talent.
On last week's season premiere, the judges saw quite the unique acts, including a 9-year-old piano player and a 93-year-old strongman who pulled a car with his teeth! What will they do this week?
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AMC is venturing back into the 1980s with the new drama Halt and Catch Fire.
Lee Pace stars as a former IBM executive who enlists an engineer and a prodigy to create their own visionary personal computer. Scoot McNairy and Mackenzie Davis also star in the series, which premieres on Sunday at 10/9c.
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Fall in love with the ladies of Litchfield. Catch up on Season 1 of Orange Is the New Black on Netflix before the new season premieres on Friday, June 6.
The Netflix dramedy stars Taylor Schilling as a privileged New Yorker sent to jail for her role in a drug-smuggling ring with her ex-girlfriend Alex (Laura Prepon). The women Piper meets behind bars are complex, diverse -- the realest women on television.
This week, Will Ferrell and his doppelganger, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, had a drum-off on The Tonight Show, and Steve Buscemi launched his new web series, "Park Bench with Steve Buscemi." A paralyzed baby goat learned to walk with the help of a cart, and the contestants from The Bachelorette tried to impress Andi with a risque Magic Mike inspired dance. Also, actor David Krumholtz unveiled a new website, on which he delivers local weather reports in character as Jewish grandmother Gigi — who can probably toss a baseball better than 50 Cent, who threw out possibly the most pathetic first pitch in MLB history. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
So You Think You Can Dance
So You Think You Can Dance is kicking off its 11th season with trips to Chicago and New Orleans — and Justin Bieber!
On the two-hour premiere, a new batch of insanely talented hopefuls audition for returning judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy. The new twist: Two crews will be introduced per audition show and fans can tweet which of them they'd like to see in the studio. Bieber, who says he's a huge fan of the reality show, will be on hand to introduce the new element.
American Ninja Warrior
Do you have what it takes to become an American Ninja Warrior?
On the Season 6 premiere, the NBC competition show will task contestants with a set of obstacle courses that include a salmon ladder, Cannonball Alley and other extremely tough challenges. Whoever makes it past the first two stages heads to Las Vegas to take on the impossible: Mt. Midoriyama, named after the Japanese version's filming location.
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