The Best Thing I Saw on TV This Week (8/18 – 8/25)

After a few weeks in which nothing very special happened in the world of television, this week was like a breath of fresh summer air. So You Think You Can Dance had its best episode in ages as the All Stars took on the role of choreographers for the night, with some incredible results. Suits gave us a fantastic flashback episode that gave us new insight into Harvey and Donna’s complex relationship and finally answered the eternal “Will they or won’t they?” question with “They did.” And the VMAs provided audiences with plenty of things to discuss—both the good (Jennifer Hudson’s “Same Love” appearance) and the shockingly bad (I’m looking at you, Miley).

In fact, my favorite TV moment of the week comes from last night’s VMA ceremony. While Harvey and Donna’s chemistry on Suits was insane this week, there was nothing hotter than Justin Timberlake’s decades-spanning performance on MTV. I may be biased because he’s my favorite all-around entertainer and live performer (and #1 celebrity crush), but that performance of his biggest hits proved why he is the celebrated showman he is today. His skills as a dancer are mind-blowing, and he has stage presence and easy charisma to burn.

Also,  *NSYNC reunited, and it was beautiful. I didn’t know how much I needed to see all of them singing “Bye Bye Bye” together again until it was happening.

What was the best thing you saw on TV this week?

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2 thoughts on “The Best Thing I Saw on TV This Week (8/18 – 8/25)

  1. Every girl needs her boy band. It’s a genetic right of passage.
    Best thing on TV this week for me? Broadchurch, hands down. It’s a master class in how to create visual storytelling.

    • Between Backstreet Boys and NSYNC, I definitely had my share of boy bands to choose from back in the day. 😉

      I’ve heard nothing but great things about Broadchurch. Looks like I have another show to add to my to-watch list!

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