A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.
The definitive (read: only) Backstreet Boys documentary, Backstreet Boys: Show ’Em What You’re Made Of. Sure, it’s basically a more thoughtful Behind The Music, but it’s still more watchable than that Metallica documentary.
OPI’s Fifty Shades Of Grey nail polish collection. Pretty sure OPI already makes 50 shades of gray nail polish for masochists.
ABC’s stab at the celebrity Candid Camera no one wanted, Repeat After Me. The host pranks the celebrities while the celebrities prank normal people, and the whole thing is a giant prank on anyone tuning in hoping to be entertained.
Inexplicable trailers for the generic, sci-fi, outer space thing, Jupiter Ascending. See, Channing Tatum’s goatee knows Mila Kunis can save space, but only if she turns into fire. Or something.
NBC’s drama-free drama, The Slap. Finally, a show that dares to ask the question: Who cares what happens at an afternoon barbecue in Brooklyn?
The Grammys. If Adam Levine performs with Gwen Stefani, and no one wants to hear it, do they make a sound? Unfortunately, yes.
Taco Bell’s piping hot dose of artificial flavoring, Cinnabon Delights Coffee. There is nothing delightful about coffee that tastes like a liquefied mall food-court.