After a heavy second season that had many
viewers wondering if drama would be a more appropriate genre designation
than comedy (particularly for television awards), the ladies of
Litchfield Penitentiary look to lighten things up in Season Three.
Last season’s finale of Hannibal (Season
Premiere, 10 p.m. Thursday, NBC) left viewers in shock. Outside of the
typical sensory overload the show consistently presents, that last
episode marked what very well could be the end for several main
Throughout its seven seasons, Mad Men has remained as elusive as its complicated
lead character Don Draper. Audiences never quite knew what the
heavy-drinking, handsome ad man would do next, much like the story
As many know, Game of Thrones (Season Premiere, 9 p.m. Sunday, HBO) is based on author George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series. But what happens when the show’s progression surpasses that of the source material?
Like a film femme fatale from that era, Mad Men
lured audiences in with the idealistic beauty of men and women who
dressed up every day to go out into a picturesque world that seemed so
different from ours — something perfectly embodied by the impossibly
handsome and charming Don Draper and the advertising industry in
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (8
p.m. Sunday, HBO), based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence
Wright, looks to dispel rumors and drop some serious information about
Scientology on the masses.
TV network A&E must really like
Cincinnati: There’s a show about Nick and Drew Lachey’s sports bar
venture in the works; numerous local police have been featured on The First 48; and who could forget Rowhouse Showdown?
Before “supermodel of the world” RuPaul
debuted her reality drag competition show in 2009, she said, “To be a
winner on this show the contestants need to be a fashion designer, an American Idol and
a top model all rolled up into one.