TV Guide Network is gearing up for another season of awards show coverage, with Chris Harrison returning as both host and executive producer.
"We'll bring viewers inside Hollywood's most celebrated events with exclusive interviews with the biggest names in film and television," Harrison said in a statement. "It will be live TV at its best."
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The season of coverage begins with ...
Bachelor host Chris Harrison says he no longer has to defend the show's decision to bring Brad Womack back.
"The tide and the sentiment towards Brad changed to the positive," he tells TVGuide.com.
During the Season 15 premiere, Womack spent the night fielding questions about his previous stint on the show, including those from the two women he dumped in the finale, Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas.
Welcome back to another season of The Bachelor where the lucky guy this year is a familiar face — Brad Womack. Now I'm sure a bunch of you are skeptical about this season, as am I, but the more I've spoke to Brad himself and host Chris Harrison, the more I think we're in for a fun ride. Hope you'll join me!
Brad Womack is returning for another shot at true love on The Bachelor starting Monday (ABC, 8/7c), and he promises that this time around he'll actually choose somebody in the finale. With the help of host Chris Harrison and Womack himself, here are a few things viewers can expect from the new season.
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Although it's Brad Womack's second time around on The Bachelor, host Chris Harrison says it definitely won't be any easier for him.
"There's a large group out there that's like, 'Screw this guy. I hope he falls on his face and gets what coming to him,' and he does," Harrison tells TVGuide.com.
What were the most headline-making moments of 2010?
TV Guide Network is counting down the good, the bad, and the scandalous in its upcoming special Hollywood 411: The Year in Cheers & Jeers Presented by Kay Jewelers.
Chris Harrison hosts the one-hour special, which chronicles the most memorable moments of the year, whether they made people rant or rave
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Counting down the 25 most shocking reality TV moments makes you realize how ingrained the genre is in our lives, Chris Harrison says.
As host of TV Guide Network's 25 Most Shocking Reality TV Moments, Harrison recalled some of the infamous moments he had watched — and those of which he lived himself.
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Bachelor host Chris Harrison knows he has a lot of defending to do when it comes to the recent decision that named Brad Womack the next Bachelor. Brad notoriously dumped both DeAnna Pappas and Jenni Croft during the Season 11 finale, but Harrison tells TVGuide.com that Brad knows he was a jerk and after therapy and time, is ready for a second shot at love. Harrison explains why fan favorite Chris L. isn't starring in the next installment, how Brad has changed since we last saw him and what Harrison promises to do if the season ends in another failure.
It's a second chance for the new Bachelor, Brad Womack.
On Monday night's Dancing with the Stars, host Tom Bergeron announced that Womack, who starred in Season 11, would be returning for the next installment.
2010 has been quite a year for Betty White, but the 88-year-old insists that It isn't a comeback; she never went away. In the video below, White explains to Chris Harrison that although she's never been more popular, "I've been hanging in... working here for 63 years in this silly business."