Is your head still spinning with all the TV news that flew through your feed this week thanks to the Television Critics Association winter press tour? TV Guide is here to help. Here's a look at some of the stories that had us most excited — for better and for worse.
The moment that had our fists pumping: Of all the exciting things that happened at Sunday's Grammy Awards, the unexpected arrival of former First Lady Michelle Obama on the stage was the surprise we can't stop thinking about. She may have come to help pay tribute to Motown, but it felt like she was also there to lift everyone's spirits in these contentious times, and she did just that.
The character reveal we were *here* for: Monday's episode of Arrow finally confirmed what we'd long suspected by revealing that Blackstar is Mia Smoak (Katherine McNamara), the daughter of none other than Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards). BB Olicity is in the house, y'all.
The Biggest "nope": Colton telling Hannah G. she looks like a sushi roll and then saying in a confessional "I would eat that sushi roll" after this week's Bachelor voyage to Vietnam was beyond the pale. Stahp it.
The news that made us say "yeah, bitch!": There've been a lot of happy-making news items lately, like the fact that Lin-Manuel Miranda will be joining an episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Derek Shepherd's mysterious fourth sister will finally show up on Grey's Anatomy. Not to mention the fact that huggable hero Paddington will save the sanity of parents everywhere by becoming a preschool show everyone can appreciate. The news item that really made us shout some four-letter words of excitement, though, was a report that Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad movie will center on Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), as it should. It's not altogether unexpected, but still. Yeah, bitch!
Best new villain: Who knew there was such solid crossover potential between Celebrity Big Brother and Catfish? The mystery behind Dina Lohan's boyfriend might be solved soon, as Nev Schulman announced he's on the case and promised that the "story is way bigger" than he "ever imagined." Strap in, folks. This guy's about to become internet famous one way or another.
The win that needed to happen: Surprise! It was Tamar Braxton who took home the W for Celebrity Big Brother Season 2, and in addition to scoring that sizable prize purse, she also made history as the first-ever black contestant to win in the franchise's 19-year history. Finally. On top of that, she was only the second-ever contestant to win by unanimous vote, and she broke the First to Enter curse. How about Tamar!
The moment you can't un-see: Yeah, so, if you were hoping to have a photo of a severed penis seared into your brain this weekend, Lorena, Jordan Peele's Lorena Bobbitt documentary for Amazon Prime, has got you covered. If that doesn't sound appealing, consider yourself warned because it's in there. Yes it is.
Best binge: Check out Hulu's Pen15 for something a little different this week. Adults dressing up as kids might not always play well on screen, but here it does just fine as we watch comedians Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle portray a couple of junior high kids in the year 2000 who just get wrecked by a bunch of kids. Hilarity ensues, but there are also some honest moments about the horrors of the adolescent experience tucked into the series along the way. (If you're looking for some throwback material, Hulu's also got Dharma & Greg on streaming now for the first time!)
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