The Better Show
- Special Guest: Faran Tahir
- Money saving holiday tips
- Special Guests: Kearran Giovanni & Clay Walker
- Holiday tipping
- Special Guests: Cynthia Baily Thomas and Peter Thomas (Real Housewives of Atlanta)
- Dating blunders for the holidays
- Special Guests: Lane Garrison & George Wallace
- Holiday fashion
- Special Guests: Jack Osbourne & Chris Janson
- Battling beauty bloopers
About the Show
The Better Show, a nationally syndicated lifestyle TV show, aims to make your life “better” by focusing on trends, beauty breakthroughs, finances, fitness, sex, decorating and all hot topics that affect your family and relationships.
Some of our past celebrity guests include Paula Abdul, Kim Kardashian, Jerry Seinfeld, Vanessa Williams, Ivanka Trump, Naomi Judd, Maria Shriver, numerous daytime soap stars, and many other talented celebrities.
Apart from Sam, Dean and Castiel, who are the best characters we’ve seen on Supernatural over the show’s nine-year run? TV Guide compiled its favorites, headed by Crowley (Mark Sheppard), Gabriel/The Trickster (Richard Speight), Bobby Singer (Jim Beaver), Charlie (Felicia Day) and Kevin Tran (Osric Chau). Rounding out the Top 10 are Sheriff Jody Mills, Balthazar, Benny, Lucifer, and Chuck.
Robert Gant (Popular) and Elizabeth Hurley (Gossip Girl, Austin Powers) have inked recurring roles on The Tomorrow People, reports E!Online. Gant will play the mysterious new boyfriend of Stephen’s (Robbie Amell) mom, while Hurley will voice Ultra’s A.I. super-computer with an oddly vindictive streak. The Tomorrow People is all-new Wednesday at 9pm, with the midseason finale next week.
Katrina Law (Spartacus, Legend of the Seeker) will fill the shoes of Ra’s al Ghul’s love child, Nyssa, another member of the League of Assassins, in upcoming episodes of Arrow, confirms EW. There’s speculation online that Summer Glau’s character, Isabel Rochev, is secretly Ghul’s daughter, Talia.
With Damon’s Augustine past revealed on The Vampire Diaries, Ian Somerhalder teases this week’s flashbacks as “brutal” and “crazy.” In fact, costar Nina Dobrev (Elena) could barely get through the scenes, says TVLine. “I’m not good at that kind of stuff and hated watching it. I’ll probably have to close my eyes when I catch it on TV.”
Zoe’s (Rachel Bilson) cousin, Vivian (Lauren Bittner), isn’t going away any time soon—and neither is Wade’s potential romance with the Wilkes beauty, Hart of Dixie EP Leila Gerstein tells zap2it. “The next new episode (January 13) finds Zoe in the middle as the relationship is beginning. It’s her new cousin and her ex-boyfriend, and it’s hard.” Wade (Wilson Bethel) will also have his hands full trying to win over Vivian’s eight-year-old son, who hates his mom’s new suitor.