Less than three years ago, Demi Lovato had hit rock bottom with her drug and alcohol abuse, and now she's shaped-up, sober, and ready to open up about her battle from addiction.
Looking for the perfect gift for the cord-cutter in your life - or taking advantage of the awesome sales to pick up a few TV-watching accessories for yourself? Use SideReel's Guide to Cord-Cutting to help pick out the perfect package to put under your tree (or television).
Erica Tazel of Justified fame teases what's in store for FX's upcoming fifth season, describes her favorite episode of the season, and gives fans an ominous "Crow" warning!
Alpha House stars John Goodman as a senator living in a rented house with three other senators in Washington DC in Amazon's first web series.
Was there ever a greater gift to Earth than the concept of the Christmas episode? See a list of some of SideReel's favorites!
Christian Bale, Jeremy Renner, and Amy Adams preview this winter's hottest new film, American Hustle.
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From the Chuckle to the Guffaw
While NBC was once the innovator, lately it's Fox and ABC that are killing it in the comedy game. Between exceptionally strong freshman offerings and returning hits, these single-camera laugh track-free offerings are worth tuning in for. Added bonus: dramatic actors like Marcia Gay Harden and Andre Braugher shine in their comedic roles.
Not Here to Make Friends
There's being a competitive person, and then there's being on a reality show. They are two VERY different things. In real life, being competitive often involves years of hard work, whereas on a reality show, it mostly involves tearful confessions and saying, "I'm not here to make friends; I'm here to win!." Sure, it might be ridiculous, but it's also ridicuously fun to watch.
SCIFI & FANTASY SUGGESTIONS
Off the Wall
Scifi and fantasy shows are often among the most innovative on television, though we have to admit that lately, innovative mostly translates to bats#$% insane. That's a compliment, by the way. We're compelled to tune into these shows every week because we have no idea what to expect — and that's really exciting, which is what scifi/fantasy should be.
Dark and Handsome
The best drama should be completely addictive, otherwise what's the point? Luckily, television audiences have been blessed with an overwhelming amount of fantastic, addictive drama the last 10 years or so. It can be tough to find the sparkliest diamonds in a group of glittering gems, but we think this list is as good a place as any to start.
Emmanuelle Chriqui and Emily Osment are sexy hitwomen who answer to Gina Gershon.
This sweet, quick comedy follows the intersecting lives of two fauxhemians on their search for love.
- Mortal Kombat: Legacy
The second season of this video game spinoff is finally here! It's Kombat — of the Mortal variety!
- Emma Approved
The gals who brought you The Lizzie Bennet Diaries adapt Jane Austen's Emma.