If you are a person in America with a television set and/or Internet access, you know that pop singer Miley Cyrus gave a rousing, if not highly controversial, performance at MTV's Video Music Awards last Sunday.
The answer to that question is no. Imagine finishing all your homework before 10 p.m. on Thursday night so you can watch “Scandal.” You're eagerly waiting in front of the TV tuned to ABC and instead of Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn's affair; you see a rerun of a show you have never heard of.
When last Thursday’s episode "Shooting Star" featured a school shooting, there was predictably an enormous amount of uproar that was only magnified by the still-fresh memory of the tragic elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Celebrities trade in the high-life for the high-dive as they compete in the new ABC reality show "Splash." It already sounds like a hot mess, which in 21st century television may just qualify for a hit.