Monday, August 10, 2009

The TV Blog Coalition - So What Else Is There This Summer?

Okay, so So You Think You Can Dance has ended now. Now what? Fall season starts early this September, but never fret, Top Chef and Project Runway starts again soon enough! And if you're lucky enough to live in Canada, we get So You Think You Can Dance Canada starting tomorrow!

Plus, I'm actually enjoying Dating in the Dark. Don't judge me. It's not as trashy as it sounds. Not AS trashy as it sounds. And while I haven't checked out Shark Tank yet, I do enjoy Dragon's Den, the show it's based on, and the US version poached 2 of the Canadian investors. (If you don't know what the show is about, it's basically entrepreneurs showing their ideas and trying to woo the investors on the panel to give them their own real money).

Meanwhile, here's what the other TV bloggers were talking about this week:

In his first retrospective of the closing decade that he will be releasing over the next year, Scooter counts down The 100 Greatest Television Shows of the 00’s. Sadly Flavor of Love just missed the cut. (Scooter McGavin’s 9th Green)

One more month until Glee!!! Whee!!! Can you tell Vance is really excited? (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace had an exclusive video interview with Doctor Who and Torchwood writer/executive producer Russell T. Davies and director Euros Lyn about what's coming up on the final David Tennant Doctor Who specials, a possible fourth season of Torchwood, the return of some familiar faces, and many, many other things. (Televisionary)

It's fun and it's quippy! Enter to win the first season of Leverage on DVD by e-mailing us with the last thing you stole. (TiFaux)

The parties, the stars and all of your favorite show. Follow the fun as the TV Addict covers TCA 2009 direct from Pasadena California (The TV Addict)

Matt can't wait to see Rachel Evan Wood on True Blood. As if this show could get any more fun/ridiculous! (TV Fanatic)

Kate wondered which oldie but goodie The CW will tackle next (TV Filter)

Buzz headed backstage at the So You Think You Can Dance finale and reported 10 things you didn't see on TV. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie took at first look at Syfy's Alice, a re-imagining of "Alice in Wonderland." (Daemon's TV)

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