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The popular TLC series, which started out as an unscripted show documenting two parents' attempts to manage more than half a dozen toddlers together, and later evolved into tabloid fodder, is coming to an end. I am of course referring to TLC’s Kate Plus 8, which has officially been cancelled.
Big Brother returned tonight for it’s thirteenth season, and while my favorite BB duos weren’t among those who re-entered the house, I find myself intrigued, excited and a little nostalgic, seeing the six former houseguests who’ve joined eight newbies to play the game for the summer.
Not even a week later, Jersey Shore's Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino might be out the door, too. By the looks of things, The Situation has been antsy lately. He even stormed out of the house the other day because the show perturbed him so intensely and, although he isn’t straight up admitting he’s leaving, an interview with TMZ isn’t particularly reassuring.
Would Jersey Shore be Jersey Shore without the adorable Vinny? We may find out the answer to that question as there’s a rumor floating about that the youngest of the Jersey Shore crew may have exited the show, for good. And hearing the reasoning, I can’t say that I’m all that surprised.
There may be plenty of gym, tan and laundry for the Jersey Shore cast when they head out to Italy for the MTV reality series’ fourth season, but being filmed drunk in public is apparently not on their travel itinerary, at least not while they’re in Florence.
With the numbers clearly not in their favor, the remaining Zapaterians must find a way to crack the former Ometepe's alliance. Unfortunately for them, this alliance is as tough as wrought-iron forged in the fires of Mt. Doom itself.
Tonight’s episode of American Idol was strange to say the least, with ups, downs and finally, results that I doubt many saw coming. Who predicted this week’s elimination? And was it me or did the audience seem rowdier than usual tonight? What was with all of the booing?
Turns out there definitely will be a lot more guido-ness on MTV this fall. The for-now untitled Paul “DJ Pauly D” Delvecchio Project and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Jenni “JWoww” Farley Project will begin production later this year, to be set for a 2012 release. Both series are planned for a 12-episode run.
Oxygen Announces Premiere Dates For The Glee Project, And Reality Shows Starring Paris Hilton, Tori And Dean
Oxygen made a number of announcements today regarding their original programming, including the premiere dates for The Glee Project, Tori & Dean: sTORIbook Weddings and The World According to Paris. They also announced details on some projects in development, including Lost Angels, a series that follows Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi.
Relatively Media is developing a reality show for MTV based on the film Catfish. The documentary follows a photographer who falls in love with a woman he meets on Facebook but eventually finds out she isn’t exactly who she claimed to be. The reality show will likely take a similar look at the subject.
After the Judges Save was used last week to ensure Casey’s return to the Idol stage for at least another week, that meant that tonight, two of the three contestants in the bottom three were to be sent packing, with no possibility of being saved…
Starting next week TLC is bringing Kate Plus 8 back with all new episodes. As the kids are growing bigger, so are their adventures. Check out the promo we have, which features the Gosselins as they head down under for a vacation in Australia.
Zapatera's downward spiral has resulted in the tribes being knotted up at six members each. With the merge looming, the grab for final momentum results in one of the closest Immunity challenges ever.
There’s good (albeit unsurprising) news for CBS’ unscripted series Undercover Boss and The Amazing Race. It’s been reported that the network has given renewals to both series for next season.
There’s plenty of talent and potential to go around but the “Songs from the Year You Were Born” theme (or “Songs You Barely Know the Words to and Don’t Feel Comfortable Singing,” as I like to call it) didn’t exactly showcase the best of what these people have to offer.