President Obama QnA
Dancing with the Stars sends someone home while President Obama holds a live White House press conference sending TV tonight into a scramble.
I am in love with Nathan Fillion's Castle. Yes, I know I had a few harsh words for the series the first week out, but they've found their groove and it's great! Last night the show gave Castle's character a much needed fatal flaw and let us see the softer side of the snarky mystery writer. The story revolved around a group of privileged teens who were involved in the death of one of their classmates. Every time the kids are interviewed a new lie is revealed leaving Castle to wonder if he really knows his own daughter as well as he thinks he does.
As a parent of a teen, I totally related to the scene of Castle sitting in his daughter's room watching her sleep. When you realize that you simply have to trust they are at a friend's house when they say they are -- that's scary. Kudos to Fillion for showing us Castle's human side this early on. Beside that, I still adore the banter between him and his mother. Great stuff.
Tonight On TV --Tuesday, March 24ABC has the President Obama Press Conference, then the Dancing with the Stars results show and Primetime: What Would You Do?
CBS also begins with the President, then the NCIS team has a murder weapon but no murder, that's followed by a new episode of The Mentalist.
The CW loves brothers who hunt together, tonight it's the devil's son joining Sam on The Reaper, then it's a rerun of 90210.
Over on cableTonight marks the final of another season of The Bad Girl's Club on Oxygen.
Discovery Health is in mommy mode with new episodes of I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant and Deliver Me.
The Last Restaurant Standing crew must cook for some demanding clients tonight on BBCAmerica.
Three sisters compete for the crown on TLC's Toddlers & Tiaras and MTV is still trying to go From G's to Gents.
News and notableDid you notice that video missing from YouTube? It had Chad Michael Murray telling a fan that he was being cut from One Tree Hill due to budget issues. Warner Brothers had no comment.
TBS is moving into the talk show world with their own late-night host, George Lopez. The series will debut in November with an "outdoor, street party atmosphere."