While there's still no official word, fansite thinks they've worked out when the cult series will hit screens thanks to the network's calendar.The date of 30 April has been marked out with an image of the series while the entire month of May has the same.Advise and Consent, a film based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, is released in theaters.The film features a rookie senator with a homosexual past as one of its main characters. That Certain Summer, a made for TV movie, airs as the ABC Movie of the Week. The production choice to refer to Married’s premise onscreen as an “experiment” was an interesting and crucial decision. Jamie has incredible teeth for someone who grew up in impoverished, trailer-park environs. Even Prince Valium was more appreciated at the altar than Doug. If anything personifies how thoroughly Jamie has emasculated Doug, it would be naming their dog Lady. Jason is basically the Brooklyn-Italian, bizarro doppelgänger of Sex and the City’s Steve (i.e., we love Jason). Something to hopefully look forward to next season: above-infomercial-quality interstitials. Addendum to previous bullet: Perhaps some “Coming up on …” bumpers leading into breaks to avoid pure repetition when returning from them? Okay, with the exception of Greg Epstein, those experts were so not in the same room as the couples during their intervention sessions. In retrospect, if the outcomes were cannily foreshadowed along the way, those were pretty good tells. Ditto for Jason’s less-than-mysterious Twitter feed throughout. Trying to find ways to pick on Jason feels like Andy Samberg roasting James Franco and friends. What really brought Chaplain Epstein’s whole look together were the matching leather shoes. It’s still hard to understand what Monet was doing on this show, even after her admission once it was over that she underestimated her independence. (And now that Married’s conceit’s out of the bag, expect some truly loony love-seekers next auditions.) 37. You know this show has some kind of transcendent, winning magic when it’s most scandalous melodrama came from Doug fibbing about sneaking in a cigarette and Vaughn reducing he and Monet’s rapport to a “civil” chemistry. Then again, since he calls it the “Burning Kross,” perhaps it was best left unaired. All along, all the experts kept insisting how compatible Vaughn and Monet were while doubting Jamie’s readiness for love. Good luck with that whole “Finding a woman who will cook all your meals and not want you to commiserate over brunch with her friends” thing, Vaughn. What this show lacked in viral moments, it more than made up for in almost unprecedented substance for the genre. That said, wait till conservative groups get more of a whiff once FYI starts promoting next season, and cries of soullessness commence.Showtime’s new reality docu-series, Polyamory: Married & Dating is a total mind-frak.On the surface, the show which follows two separate polyamorous or “poly” families is cringe-worthy, soft-core porn, but it’s easy to push through the cable-booby silliness because at its center it’s a super fascinating and challenging depiction of how these types of non-traditional relationships work (with varying degrees of success).
In the first episode when Lindsey returns from a stint out-of-town visibly besotted with a new guy name Kristoff, Vanessa and Anthony, but mostly Vanessa react with all the jealousy one would expect from a monogamous partner. Makes sense I guess, but Lindsey really likes that Kristoff and I feel badly for her, which is just… Family #2 – Kamala, Michael, Jennifer & Tahl Kamala is married to Michael and in the first episode they ask their lovers, Jennifer and Tahl to move into a weird harem room in the back of their house.
Family #1 – The Triad: Anthony, Lindsey & Vanessa Anthony, who spends much of the first three episodes dressed as Tony Manero from Saturday Night Fever is married to Lindsey and together they are girlfriends with Vanessa.
At the outset these youngsters seem super free and easy, but it becomes clear very quickly that the dynamics of poly can be even more complex and rigid than monogamy.
The Children's Hour, a stage play by Lillian Hellman, premieres on Broadway.
The play is set at an all-girls boarding school run by two women.
would be returning after 26 years, fans have been eagerly anticipating any news surrounding the long-awaited third season.