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We’re currently in the middle of an onslaught of TV remakes and revivals, where seemingly no updates are off limits. But one such revision is being left on the development floor, as VH1 has decided not to move forward with their version of The Osbournes.
Dating Naked is headed back to VH1 for round 2 this July, but the series won’t be exactly as you remembered. To shake things up, Dating Naked is making one big change for Season 2.
Do you remember where Emma Stone got her start? Watch as the 16-year-old sings her angsty teen heart out on a VH1 reality TV show.
VH1’s Dating Naked has been a romantic success, as well as a ratings success for the cable network. With happy couples and happy executives in mind, it’s no surprise that the network has signed on to produce a second season of the hit reality series. Additionally, since the dating experiment has led to long-term romance for one of the couples on the show, Dating Naked has a special in the works called Dating Naked: The Wedding.
When someone gets naked on a reality television show, exactly how naked is he or she agreeing to get? It might seem like a pretty simple question, but thanks to a $10 million lawsuit, it’s now a whole lot more complicated.
Most fans of the reality genre have grown to expect some negativity and perhaps even some drama during reunion shows, but even with that elevated benchmark, what happened among the Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta cast this week was very extreme. A full scale brawl, reportedly involving multiple cast members, broke out during a taping last night, and the situation got so bad, producers reportedly had to send everyone home.
VH1 has produced plenty of reality programs over the years, but they’ve hit the weirdo jackpot with Dating Naked, a show which is literally about dating people in the nude over the course of a few days. Due to the nudity present in the first trailer for the series, it’s certainly NSFW-ish, although the genitalia present is censored out.
Where Nick Cannon leads, Viacom follows. It was announced today that one of the entertainment mega-corporation’s subsidiary networks, VH1, has given the green light to a TV movie sequel of Drumline the popular 2002 film. Cannon will star in and executive produce the sequel, currently titled — albeit a working one — Drumline: A New Beat that’s said to have a more female bent to it.
Prepare to have a number of hit R&B songs stuck in your head after watching the trailer for the TLC biopic CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, a TV movie titled after TLC's hugely successful second album, which gave us "Creep" and "Waterfalls." Both songs are featured in the trailer and among some of the more memorable hits given to us by the R&B group in the 90s during the peak of their fame.
MTV, VH1, and CMT have come together to offer an alternative holiday for those who are not fans of the outdoors. Just like the good ‘ol days, the three cable stations have plans to return to the roots that made the channels famous and play music for a full 12 hours.
After Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson and Evelyn Lozada were married on July 4, VH1 had plans to follow the newlyweds via an unscripted series during their early months of marriage. The new series, Ev and Ocho, was scheduled to premiere early next month, but with a slew of bad press following the domestic abuse charges and subsequent arrest of the former football player, the network has decided to curb the series from airing.
VH1 has made another move down the scripted television path, giving the greenlight to the hourlong series Bounce. Dean Cain, Kimberly Elise and Charlotte Ross star in the show, which focuses on the dance squad for a Los Angeles basketball team and their “lives and loves”, which I translate as meaning: we’ll see a lot of people wearing very little
There’s no clear winner in the stand off between DirecTV and Viacom, but there are plenty of losers, most specifically all of the service’s subscribers who are now without Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Spike, BET, VH1 and others. The channels, seventeen in all, went dark at midnight EST last night, and for the time being, there seems to be no clear solution within reach.
About a week ago, VH1 tapped Hollywood Exes for a stint on the network. The upcoming show will follow several of the ex-wives of famous celebrities including Will Smith, R. Kelly, Eddie Murphy, and Jose Canseco. Now, Dina Lohan is set to join the cast of the reality program
Next to throw their hat in to the singing competition series ring appears to be VH1. It’s actually kind of a surprise that it’s taken this long for a cable network that was once music-video based to jump into the singing competition fray. They’ve put into development 60-Minute Superstar, a singing show with a twist.