Remember when Annie was a prostitute? Or when Silver used a surrogate to get pregnant with her ex-boyfriend-turned-gay best friend's baby? Well, these are just two of the wild and crazy moments throughout 90210's five-season run.
What began as a show about two siblings moving from Kansas to Beverly Hills, navigating their way through high school cliques, finding friends, having first loves and trivial fights soon morphed into a world that included sex tapes, mental disorders, prostitution, pregnancy and even murder. Yes, if you stopped watching 90210 early on, there's a whole lot of crazy you missed out on.read more
How many times have you heard that while watching a medical show? Now meet The CW's Emily Owens, M.D. (9/8c), who's such a magically giddy sprite of a surgical intern she can actually "Clear!" a room, just by showing up. My living room, anyway. Or any room in which she might suddenly appear, babbling in gratingly incessant voice-overs that make Meredith Grey seem a model of restraint. A more toxically cutesy, aggravatingly precious, aren't-I-adorable waste of talent would be hard to imagine.
For the kids of MTV's Underemployed, post-college life isn't as glamorous as they had imagined.
The new series follows five friends — Miles (Diego Boneta), Lou (Jared Kusnitz), Raviva (Inbar Lavi), Sophia (Michelle Ang) and Daphne (Sarah Habel) — who, one year after graduating college, realize their real world includes dead-end jobs, terrible bosses and romantic mistakes. But it's not all bad: They soon learn to also appreciate their newfound freedom, sense of family and incredible life experiences.read more