I was recently given the opportunity to participate in a conference call with Melissa Joan Hart for thevoiceoftv.com about the upcoming season of Melissa & Joey on ABC Family. You can find my article over at the The Voice of TV and my advanced reviews of the first 2 episodes 2.01: I Can Manage and 2.02: If You Can’t Stand the Heat.
I was recently given the opportunity to do an Advanced Review for Melissa & Joey before it premiered Wednesday, May 30th at 8:00 PM with two back-to-back episodes. Be sure to visit The Voice of TV for all of your television reviewing needs and check out my review for If You Can’t Stand the Heat. I also reviewed the premiere episode 2.01: I Can Manage.
The 13th season of The Biggest Loser premiered on Tuesday, just 3 short weeks after cycle 12 ended. This season features nine established teams and one team of strangers and is dubbed “The Season of No Excuses,” but Ben Shuh, a 34 year-old father of nine, with one on the way, from Howell, MI couldn’t stop with the excuses and asked his team to send him home to his family after just one week on the ranch.
Are You There, Chelsea? premieres Wednesday, Jan. 11th at 8:30 PM on NBC. Laura Prepon (That 70’s Show, October Road) portrays a 20s-something Chelsea Handler and Handler portrays her sister Sloane and is based on Handler’s three books My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One-Night Stands, Are You There Vodka? It’s Me Chelsea, and Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang. Handler, who serves as executive producer on the show, and Prepon recently spoke with the media about the upcoming series.
In FOX’s new comedy I Hate My Teenage Daughter, Jamie Pressly and Katie Finneran play best friends, Annie and Nikki respectively, whom both happen to be raising the school mean girls. Jamie and Katie spoke with the media last week to promote the series premiere on Wednesday, Nov. 30th at 9:30 PM on FOX.
Jake M. Johnson plays Nick, a down on his love-life roommate to Zooey Deschanel’s Jess, in this season’s breakout hit New Girl on FOX. Johnson met with The Voice of TV on Monday to discuss what’s coming up next on the show and his thoughts on Nick’s relationships with the other characters.