It's finale week on The CW's Oh Sit!, and what better way to go out than with a performance from the network's own star, The Vampire Diaries' Kat Graham?
In the video below, Graham sings her hit song "Heartkiller." Her performance is the culmination of the show's weekly guest artists, which have included Far East Movement, Neon Hitch and Orianthi, among others.
Did Oh Sit! hit the fans? Final ratings for the new CW competition series' Wednesday night premiere will be out later today, but the network already plans to air episode two of Oh Sit! tonight at 8/7c (leading into the series premiere of the new singing competition The Next). Oh Sit! — which was originally titled Extreme Musical Chairs, until The CW decided to have some fun with the title — centers on 12 contestants who go through a series of physically challenging obstacle courses to order to claim a chair (as a live band performs). The last player on a chair wins a cash prize. Jamie Kennedy hosts, along with Jessi Cruickshank, with Tanika Ray as the sidelines reporter. Executive producer Phil Gurin (The Singing Bee, Shark Tank) took time to fill out our TV Guide Magazine showrunner survey and explain why Oh Sit! happens.
If you thought you were competitive playing musical chairs as a kid, wait until you see the players on CW's upcoming series, Oh Sit.
"The key is butt-blocking," says one player. "I'm the 'sit,' so take a big whiff," says another (barely keeping a straight face.)
CW announces summer premiere dates for Top Model, L.A. Complex, new reality shows
The CW has announced premiere dates for a slew of reality programming in addition to the return of America's Next Top Model, Remodeled and the scripted series L.A. Complex.
America's Next Top Model: College Edition will debut its 19th cycle on Friday, Aug. 24 at 8/7c. The upcoming season will include the return of Tyra Banks and Kelly Cutrone, but with new judges Rob Evans and Johnny Wujek who have replaced J. Alexander and Nigel Barker, and mentor Jay Manuel. It will also include an interactive element where fans can vote for which contestants should stay and who should be eliminated.
New CW singing competition adds Joe Jonas, Nelly
Jennifer Love Hewitt and boyfriend Alex Beh have split, People reports.
"She's doing fine," Hewitt's rep told the magazine.
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