Sectionals was struggle enough, but that was four months ago; now it's on to Regionals and a likely season-finale showdown with "the evil empire of the show-choir world," Vocal Adrenaline. Tonight, you'll meet V.A.'s star, Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff, who costarred with Lea Michele in Broadway's "Spring Awakening"). So does Rachel, and they hit it off. But is he playing her? Meanwhile, Sue's back from Boca and ready to rumble. Numbers feature the words "hello" (the Beatles' "Hello, Goodbye") and "hell" (AC/DC's "Highway to Hell"). Idina Menzel plays Vocal Adrenaline's coach.
Read on for previews of Dancing with the Stars, Lost, Melrose Place and Deadliest Catch.
Deadliest Catch star Jake Harris has been charged with reckless driving , TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Harris, 24, was charged Tuesday in King County, Wash. with reckless driving and driving with a suspended license. The charges, both misdemeanors, stem from Harris' Feb. 18 arrest, when he was...
Deadliest Catch star Jake Harris was arrested late Thursday in Seattle on suspicion of a DUI nine days after the death of his father, Captain Phil Harris, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Deadliest Catch Captain Phil Harris dies
Harris, 24, has been charged with
Captain Phil Harris
Captain Phil Harris' final voyage will air on Deadliest Catch's upcoming sixth season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Material for the series' new season, to debut in April, was shot in the weeks leading up to Harris...
Deadlist Catch - Phil Harris
Fishing boat captain and star of Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch Phil Harris has died after suffering from a stroke last month, the network announced. He was 53.
"It is with great sadness that we say goodbye ...
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A man who appeared on Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch has been arrested on a warrant charging him with three bank robberies in Oregon, according to The Associated Press.
More To Love
More to Love
9/8 CT Fox
Think of ABC's The Bachelor — only more so. You got it, romance fans: a dating show for the rest of us, at least those of us who think twice before getting into a bathing suit. Bachelor impresario Mike Fleiss is behind the series, and the bachelor who'll be looking for more to love, Luke Conley, did play football — on the offensive line — before going into real estate. And according to the 2005 Allan Hancock College Bulldogs 2005 roster, he tipped the scales at 270 lbs. Plus-size model Emme is the host.
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9 pm/ET Discovery
For this particularly chilly episode, they should have ditched the Bon Jovi song in the opening for "Baby, It's Cold Outside," as frozen things come in threes: frozen gear, frozen crabs and a frozen harbor. Meanwhile, on the Northwestern, skipper Sig Hansen wrestles with his cigarette addiction. Maybe he should consider changing his first name.
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The Deadliest Catch
10 pm/ET FX
Everybody knows that Tommy Gavin is a little crazy, but too crazy to run into burning buildings? Find out tonight, when he has his FDNY Section 8 review. Meanwhile, Mike goes through with his plan to buy a bar, and a French writer (an attractive young woman, not surprisingly) is wandering around the firehouse, asking the guys to talk to her about 9/11. She gets an earful from Franco, who calls the attacks "an inside job"— a view echoing that of Daniel Sunjata, who plays Franco.
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Get your survival gear ready because Discovery will be exploring new terrain with several "how will they ever get themselves out of that snowy ravine/swamp/cave with only a toothpick and dental floss?" docudramas and a scripted TV movie.
The network has greenlighted at least seven new projects, including several from top docudrama pros Thom Beers and Craig Piligian, in order to increase its number of original programming hours, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
First is But Wait ... There's More, executive produced by Beers, which follows longform ad salesmen Billy Mays and Anthony "Sully" Sullivan as they check out quirky new products and craft pitches and take to the airwaves to sell their wares. Discovery has ordered 13 episodes and plans to premiere the show...