Spoilers

Monique, a marketing representative from Chicago, was the third girl eliminated during the seventh cycle of The CW’s hit dramality series “America’s Next Top Model,” reducing the pool from 11 girls to 10.

Miss J surprised the girls with a unique runway exercise from atop a wide tight rope. They were taught posture and balance, and Monique used her competition with Melrose to attempt to rise to the challenge. “I am Top Model material,” Monique said.

The next day their runway skills were put to the test by Miss J and Cycle 5 participant Bre, as they were asked to strut across broken slabs of concrete in high heels while wearing masks that impaired their vision. While it was difficult, several of the girls were able to stay poised and confident, making Monique aware that she was falling behind. “I know that I need to step up” Monique said. In the end, A.J. was chosen as the winner, picking Meg and CariDee to perform with her in the Dennis Quaid Charity Weekend Fashion Show in Texas.

The following day, Jay revealed that this week’s photo shoot would take place over water on a tilting runway. As Monique was treated for dehydration at the hospital the previous day, she decided to head back to the house and not perform in the runway show for the photo shoot. “My heart and mind says to stay here, but my body says no you can’t,” Monique said.

During the judging, each girl had the chance to demonstrate what they learned about balance and posture as they were challenged to balance a bowl of fruit on their head as they walked the runway for the judges. When the judges learned that Monique did not perform for the photo shoot, they felt that she may not be able to handle the stress and pressure of the competition. “This industry does not care if you are sick. They don’t care if you are tired. We’re being hard because this is the real world” Tyra told Monique, before eliminating her from the race to become “America’s Next Top Model.”

Brand new show just starting in the US:

Nine strangers are held hostage in a bank for 52 hours when a robbery goes wrong. The show is all about what happens afterwards to the characters with flashbacks to the hostage situation.

Brand new show which has just started in the US.

Brand new show which has just started in the US. Here’s the trailer:

This video explains a lot – it’s the result of the massive online Lost Experience game.

This is one of the most talked about shows that’s just started in the US. Heroes is a drama that chronicles the lives of ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities. Here’s the official trailer:

The show stars:

  • Sendhil Ramamurthy, “Blind Guy Driving”
  • Milo Ventimiglia, “Gilmore Girls”
  • Adrian Pasdar, “Judging Amy”
  • Hayden Panettiere, “Ice Princess”
  • Ali Larter, “Final Destination”
  • Noah Gray-Cabey, “My Wife & Kids”
  • Leonard Roberts, “Buffy”
  • Santiago Cabrera, “Empire”
  • Tawny Cypress, “Third Watch”
  • Greg Grunberg, “Alias”
  • Masi Oka, “Scrubs”

Actor Eric Dane (X-Men: The Last Stand, “Gideon’s Crossing”) is joining the cast “Grey’s Anatomy” as a regular.

Dane, who first appeared on the series last season in the episode entitled “Yesterday,” continues his role as plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Sloan, a.k.a. McSteamy.

Here’s a shot from an upcoming Season 3 episode, wonder what happens to Lynette that she’s covered in blood?! And here’s a shot of Susan getting marched off by police.

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Season Six

The sixth season of 24 will start in the US on January 14th and January 15th for the first four hours of the new day.

If you’re wanting a sneak peak at the show, check out 24trailer.com from Wednesday October 25th (yes, you’ll be able to see it even here in NZ!).

Season six is set 20 months after Jack was captured by the Chinese. After a series of horrific terrorist attacks, an unthinkable, nail-biting day begins.

Season Six will feature WAYNE PALMER (DB Woodside), the strong-minded brother of the late President David Palmer; SANDRA PALMER (Regina King), a determined and powerful advocacy lawyer; presidential advisors KAREN HAYES (Jayne Atkinson) and THOMAS LENNOX (Peter MacNicol); and CTU colleagues CHLOE O’BRIAN (Mary Lynn Rajskub), CURTIS MANNING (Roger Cross) and BILL BUCHANAN (James Morrison).

The cast also includes James Cromwell, recurring as PHILLIP BAUER, the estranged father of Jack Bauer, as well as Kal Penn (“Harold & Kumar”), Marisol Nichols (“In Justice”), Alexander Siddig (“Syriana”), Harry Lennix (“Commander in Chief”) and David Hunt (“Everybody Loves Raymond”) as villainous accomplice DARREN McCARTHY. Eric Balfour and Carlo Rota will reprise their respective roles as CTU contractors MILO PRESSMAN and MORRIS O’BRIAN.