I’m very familiar with how it feels to lose a show too early. Not only do my favorite shows usually get canceled way too soon, but I’ve also caught up on a lot of short-lived series after the fact and felt the horrible emptiness that comes with running out of episodes. Renewal/cancellation season for me is torture. It’s gotten to the point that I just expect every show I love to disappear. More
Halloween 2K13 is just eight days away now. While that’s long enough to throw in a full Chanukah celebration, it’s nowhere near long enough to put together a well thought-out costume. More
One of the biggest reasons I had for loving this show was its production of beautiful and complex dance numbers. That’s why this farewell video from creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and the cast is so bittersweet. It beautifully captures what made those dance sequences so perfect while reminding us that we won’t get a chance to see anymore of them. More
After months of frantically Googling “Is Bunheads renewed????” each time you woke up and remembered it hadn’t been announced yet, the news is out, and it’s not good. ABC Family finally decided to cancel Bunheads once and for all. I’m pretty sad about it, and so are plenty of other fans just like me who were charmed by this witty, heartfelt series. More
The most realistic thing out of the entire season that I’ve picked up on is the complete shock when Truly admits at the book club that she didn’t finish Fifty Shades Of Grey. These ladies can’t believe it! Sure, Truly is kind of homely and reserved. But the quiet ones are always the freaks, eh? She should have finished that book. Everyone is so up in arms about her not finishing it, and I was too! It’s how I am with my friends who haven’t finished it or haven’t even read it. I’m all “OMG READ FASTER SO WE CAN TALK ABOUT IT!” More
By now, it’s clear that the Bunheads town of Paradise is straight up crazy. Not quite Tom Cruise crazy, but close. I mean, nothing is normal from the way Michelle gets there to the fact that she’s now living with her deceased husband’s mom Fanny. This entire concept makes about as much sense as the actions of someone on bath salts. And by that I mean, it doesn’t. More
This week on Bunheads, the token mean girl, Sasha, did something nice. More
Although we see very little dancing this episode, we do get to see lots of drinking.This is starting to be my kind of show. I mean, in the first five minutes Michelle breaks out the alcohol and does two shots. Homegirl can accompany me to a bar anytime. More
Last week’s series premiere of Bunheads left us with the cliffhanger of did Hubbell die or not? Well, he did. And this show is getting stranger by the second. Michelle’s obviously confused since her husband just died, but she didn’t love him so she doesn’t know what to do. She stays to help Fanny out with the plans for Hubbell’s Buddhist memorial. That and she really doesn’t have anywhere else to go. More
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Amy-Sherman Palladino says that women in TV “have never supported other women the way they should,” including Shonda Rhimes‘ criticism of the whitewashed Bunheads last week. More
Is Shonda Rhimes justified in calling out Bunheads for not providing role models for her daughters? Shouldn’t her shows be doing that? More
Apparently it’s all part of the premise of Bunheads that Hubbell Flowers (Alan Ruck) dies in the pilot. But then why cast such a recognizable actor? More
As a former dancer, ABC Family’s new show Bunheads immediately piqued my interest. I watched all the previews and trailers with increased enthusiasm for what looked like a fun drama created by one of my favorite woman in Hollywood, Amy Sherman-Palladino. Seeing that the creator of Gilmore Girls also created this show got my hopes up that Bunheads would feature strong female leads, fast-paced conversation and witty dialogue — all centered around the world of dance. What could be more fun for a former dancer (who still sometimes misses the dance world) to watch?
Check out my feelings on Bunheads, a new show on ABC Family starring Broadway’s Sutton Foster. The premise is that Sutton is a former showgirl who gets married and moves with her new husband to a ‘sleepy coastal town’, where she begins teaching dance…and the preview is making me feel a certain type of way. More