‘Pretty Little Liars’ Finale Recap: [SPOILER] Is Revealed As ‘A’

Justin Burnell:

I really didn’t know that there was a man whose A but sorry for the spoiler. I don’t spoil because it’ll ruin it for all the fans. Intensive episode.

Originally posted on Hollywood Life:

The season finale of ‘Pretty Little Liars’ was straight-up bonkers. The big ‘A’ reveal was an epic twist that no one saw coming. Plus, a fan-favorite character returned!

Every Pretty Little Liars fan in the world needs a few months to recover from the March 24 season finale. It was that crazy. “A” finally showed his/her face (sort of), the girls attempted to escape the dollhouse “A” had creepily created and someone absolutely shocking returned!

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“Empire” Season Finale Draws Biggest Ratings For A New Series In A Decade

Justin Burnell:

I was one of the people who tuned in the season finale of Empire last night. Best show of the year.

Originally posted on AllHipHop:

(AllHipHop News) The 2-hour season finale of Empire aired last night, and the ratings for the Fox series were huge. According to E!, the Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson led program’s early overnight audience of 16.5 million viewers.

[ALSO READ: “Empire” Becomes The Highest Rated Broadcast Drama In Five Years]

Empire pulled in a 6.4 rating in the coveted 18-49 demographic. The first hour drew a 6.0 rating with 15.6 million viewers, and the second hour had a 6.8 rating with 17.5 million viewers. That makes the Empire season ender the highest rated finale for a new series since ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy in 2005.

The show saw its viewership rise every episode during its initial run. The January 7th premiere opened with 9.9 viewers which means the series nearly doubled its audience from the pilot to the finale.

Besides the TV ratings success, Empire has also taken over the music game as well. The…

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Empire Season 1 Finale Recap: Arrested Developments

Justin Burnell:

For those who missed the finale, here’s what y’all missed. It was epic and intense. I’m not gonna spill the beans for everyone who did not watch the finale. Best finale ever. Can’t wait for the second season.

Originally posted on TVLine:

Throughout Empire‘s Season 1 finale, Lucious Lyon seems hellbent on reinforcing the damning assessment of his life — and in particular, his parenting skills — made last week by his ex-wife Cookie: “Everything you touch, you destroy. Look what you did to my sons.

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He punches his youngest, Hakeem, right in the face. He attempts to corrupt his troubled eldest son Andre’s spiritual adviser — just to prove he’s “more powerful” than God. And as for his middle child, Jamal, the one he’s repeatedly beaten and scorned just for being gay? Well, good ole Lucious finally bestows on him some paternal kindness — but only after he’s driven the heretofore reasonable young man to the brink of murder.

Did I mention all of the above takes place in the first 60 minutes of the two-hour telecast? You can hardly blame the pragmatic…

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‘Pretty Little Liars’ Recap: Alison’s Trial Ends With 3 Shocking Arrests

Justin Burnell:

That was strictly intense of how the ending was. Poor Ali.

Originally posted on Hollywood Life:

The final moments of the March 17 episode of ‘Pretty Little Liars’ likely left everyone’s jaw on the floor. Three main characters ended up behind bars after Alison was found [SPOILER] of Mona’s murder!

Every Pretty Little Liars fan out there is in need of a support group after the March 17 episode. “A” proved he/she was the lucky one by knocking the girls down on their knees. Alison’s (Sasha Pieterse) verdict was revealed, Toby (Keegan Allen) and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) finally had a heart-to-heart talk and three characters were arrested! Breathe, guys. We’re all in this together.

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Throwback Of The Day: Busta Rhymes feat. P.Diddy & Pharrell Williams – Pass The Courvoisier Part II (2002) 

Throwback of the day for March 17 goes to Busta Rhymes with his drinking anthem “Pass The Courvoiser Part II” featuring P. Diddy and Pharrell Williams. It was a remix of “Pass The Courvoiser” from his album Genesis. The Neptunes produced it.

There’s such great cameos in this video like Monique, Kin Whitley, Mr. T and Jamie Foxx. The visual was inspired by the movies including Rush Hour and Harlem Nights. Hype Williams directed the video. Classic joint. Don’t s*** make a n**** wanna jump jump.

Bonus: Busta Rhymes feat. P. Diddy – Pass The Courvoisier Part One

Part one of “Pass The Courvoisier” was produced by Nottz.

The Royals Premiere: Will You Bow Down to E!’s First Scripted Drama?

Justin Burnell:

Elizabeth Hurley holdin’ it down like a real women of the show. I gotta tell you guys that this show is totally amazing. It’s like a soap opera to me. I love The Royals. My new TV addiction.

Originally posted on TVLine:

“Let me recap my week for you: My daughter’s vagina was on the cover of no less than four tabloids, my first-born child was killed, my husband announced he wants to abolish the only life I’ve ever known… and his footman almost saw my snatch.”

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That unfiltered — not to mention phenomenal — bit of dialogue, courtesy of Elizabeth Hurley (Gossip Girl) as Queen Helena, perfectly sums up the plot and tone of E!’s first scripted drama The Royals, which premiered Sunday.

Having put all their eggs in one basket — that basket being their eldest son Robert, who dies suddenly in the show’s opening hour — King Simon (Strike Back‘s Vincent Regan) and Queen Helena don’t have much faith left over for their screw-up kids, Prince Liam (The Chronicles of Narnia‘s William Moseley) and Princess Eleanor (

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Throwback Of The Day: Nate Dogg – Never Leave Me Alone (feat. Snoop Dogg) (1996)

To commemorate the 4th anniversary of Nate Dogg’s passing, here’s a throwback of the day is his song called “Never Leave Me Alone” featuring Snoop Dogg. The track is from his debut album titled G-Funk Classics Vol. 1&2. Kurupt from Tha Dogg Pound produced this joint and remade a version of Roberta Flack’s classic hit “Where Is The Love”. I remember seeing the video on BET way back then. RIP Nate Dogg.