Arrow and Flash fans have quite a bit to look forward to in the coming weeks and Comic-Con, hopefully enough to tide a bit of bad news. Both CW superheroes have set their returns for Seasons 2 and 4 this October, along with other network series the likes of Supernatural, Jane the Virgin and more.
America's Next Top Model
With Leila eliminated from 'America's Next Top Model' last week, what new drama will the girls get themselves into? Things get shaken up a bit this week as the girls visit a special effects studio to compete for a part in a video game. You read that right -- a video game. Nothing says "model" like an analog controller.
Another week on 'America's Next Top Model,' and another week of Victoria talking about how obsessed she is with her mom. But she really gets on her housemate's nerves this week when she refuses to share her Tyra Suite prize with anyone else. It's also yet another week when no one seems to know what "social media" is.
Thanks to the insane new algorithm that calculates the judges' votes with scores from challenges and the fans at home (which is still just plain bizarre), Leila won last week's challenge. There isn't too much time to celebrate, though, as this week brings the most exciting part of 'America's Next Top Model' and the true test for all contestants: makeovers.
'America's Next Top Model' is back, and the rumors are true: gone are Miss J, Mister Jay, and Nigel Barker, who have all been replaced with more agreeable puppets and PR "maven" Kelly Cutrone. In the second episode of the "special college edition," the girls rock the runway in a night club and have a trophy-hunter-themed photoshoot that involves sticking their heads through wooden plaques in a wall.
It's all been building to this -- in the battle of Team USA versus Team UK, 'America's Next Top Model' has come down to pixie-Brit Sophie and edgy American Laura. Who will win and destroy Tyra Banks once and for all? Kidding, but we can totally dream.
This week the girls go on more booking visits, or "go-sees," in Hong Kong. There are only three girls left on 'America's Next Top Model,' so things should be at their most interesting at this point -- except this is the third time they've had to do "go-sees" this season. What gives?
We were off last week, but this week 'America's Next Top Model' has returned! Please, contain your excitement. This week the girls must confront their fear of heights in a photo shoot directed by Hong Kong actor and musician Nicholas Tse.
Last week on 'America's Next Top Model' Tyra thankfully sent Kyle packing after a ridiculous "art installation" inspired photo shoot. This week the girls will have to put their runway skills to the test with special guest judge Georgina Chapman of Marchesa (and Harvey Weinstein marriage) fame.
The US team took a hit on 'America's Next Top Model' last week when they lost Azmarie, arguably the strongest competitor this cycle. This week the teams are equal at four against four, but there's some resentment against Kyle brewing that could lead to some explosive drama.