A 29-year-old entrepreneur, a 34-year-old pharmaceutical sales rep and a 24-year-old model move into a Chicago home together in the opener of this reality series, which follows three single women as they search for a romantic partner.
Jon provides guidance to a pirate-themed bar in Silver Spring, Md., in the Season 2 premiere.
Somebody That I Used to Know
The Authority revels in a new direction; Sookie and Jason visit the site of their parents’ deaths; Luna gets stuck on Sam.
In The Beginning
Salome reveals her true allegiances while Bill and Eric get a powerful taste of sacred blood. A revelation at Hot Wings causes Sookie to wonder what her life would be like without faerie powers.
Just Another Day
After the DOD shuts Eureka down, Zoe comes to visit before her graduation, and the entire town is threatened to be ripped apart by unstable wormholes unless Carter stops them.
The Authority comes for Bill and Eric; Roman maps out his strategy for dealing with Russell.
Men at Work follows the misadventures of four buddies who work together at a magazine. Masterson plays the recently dumped Milo, whose friends are determined to help him get back in the game. Lesure is Gibbs, a photographer and successful ladies man. Cassidy plays Tyler, a features writer who brings a dose of style and sophistication to the group.
The people of Eureka are being kidnapped and replace by body-doubles one by one unless Allison, Fargo and Zane can figure out how to avoid capture and save their town.
Let’s Boot and Rally
Jason is disturbed by a dream; Bill and Eric hope Sookie will help them look for Russell Edgington.
Celebrity bachelors Jason Cook, Jeremy Bloom, Romeo and DJ Pauly D sit in chairs facing away from bachelorettes who try to intrigue them.
Brand X with Russel Brand offers actor and comedian Russell Brand’s views unabashed and unfiltered. Brand shares his take on news stories and pop culture events
Guys and gals eliminate one another in this dating game, in which first impressions are key. The women go first, controlling switches that illuminate men who they think might light up their lives. Then the male survivors have their say. George Lopez is the host.
New series will feature some of the most awful, hilarious, grammatically-incorrect and just plain weird tattoos the country has ever seen. In each episode, a few lucky participants will be chosen to transform their interesting works of art into tattoo masterpieces.
For the first time ever, the beauty and grace of ballet, the world’s preeminent dance form, will be brought to television. Viewers will also see the dark side of this seemingly perfect world; the jealousy, competition and intensity that exist behind the scenes at a professional ballet company.