Today in show business news: Your beloved Shia is headed to the White Way, Chuck Lorre plans a problematic new show, and Storage Wars is staged, apparently.
Today in show business news: CBS has announced the return of fourteen shows, NBC wants more hunks, and Bravo is trying to figure it out.
Good grief do I hate Bravo's new reality show Start-Ups: Silicon Valley and boy oh boy can I not wait to watch every single episode.
Start-Ups: Silicon Valley, the Bravo reality TV show that has Silicon Valley horrified, has arrived and it's not an accurate representation of the tech start-up world, says Silicon Valley.
Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Mark and producer of the upcoming Bravo reality TV spectacle that everyone loves to hate on Silicon Valley, defended her show telling Forbes's Jeff Bercovici she just wants to capture the "real authentic Silicon Valley."
Silicon Valley doesn't like the looks of this Bravo reality show that will show the bro-ey realities of the tech start-up scene because it might tarnish this reputation as very important do-gooders techies think they have.
Can a dating show treat women fairly without belittling them or resorting to stereotypes? I'd like to see it.
Before the Real Housewives came along, America's gay cousin Andy Cohen was merely a Bravo television executive with a mildewing degree in broadcast journalism (from Boston University). Now he is Andy Cohen the TV personality.
The new show from Bravo called Huh? (working title), which will follow the "eclectic staff at icanhascheezburger.com, one of the largest humor publishers on the Internet known for their popular LOLs and FAILs," as Bravo explains it, sounds supremely boring.
As they look to take a huge bite out of traditional TV’s nearly $50 billion in annual advertising spending over the next two years, big digital video companies Yahoo and YouTube are taking particular aim at the women’s lifestyle programming segment.
Last night Bravo introduced us to another horde of shallow, materialistic ghouls roaming around California. What's so different that they merit their own show? Well, they're all the children of or are themselves Persian immigrants, thus the Shahs of Sunset.
Bravo executive Andy Cohen has been doing his little basement boozefest chat show Watch What Happens Live for a while now, and beside taking a few curious peeks in now and again, we had long avoided it. It was all so silly and awkward, isn't it? But then we started watching it.
Last night was, finally finally finally, the season finale of this most ugly and unpleasant season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Yeah, the suicide season.
Last night was the season premiere of Top Chef: Texas, the latest installment of Bravo's excellent cooking competition series, and it was so exciting—mostly because someone was eliminated, like, every three seconds.
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