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Summer Camp’s Matt Rogers: “It’s Not One of Those Stab-You-in-the-Back” Shows

"No counselors. No inhibitions. No rules." Judging by the promos for USA's new reality competition series, this isn't your mom's summer camp. From the producers of Big Brother, Summer Camp (Thursday, 8/7c) follows 16 players as they compete for $250,000. Each week, there will be a camp socials, color wars and — like any good reality series — drama. TVGuide.com spoke with host Matt Rogers of American Idol fame to get the lowdown on Summer Camp.

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Idol Alum Matt Rogers to Host USA's Summer Camp

American Idol alum Matt Rogers will host USA's new reality series Summer Camp,  TVGuide.com has learned.

From Big Brother's Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan, the reality series brings 16 adults back to their favorite locale of their youth: summer camp. But instead ...
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VIDEO: Love and Laughter

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Love and Laughter
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Length: 04:53:57
Aired: 7/18/2012

We enlist the help of the USO and the GI's of Comedy, in order to give one very patriotic family an unforgettable reunion, in the middle of an event honoring all the military families in Ft. Bliss, Texas. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 Summer Camp TV Show Series, Host
2012 Beat the Chefs TV Show Series, Host
2011 Coming Home TV Show Series, Host
2009 There Goes the Neighborhood TV Show Series, Host
2007 Really Big Things TV Show Series, Host

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Lifetime Launching Military Reunions Show

Lifetime has ordered a reality series featuring the surprise reunions of families welcoming home U.S. soldiers returned from long tours of duty.

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Family Feuds: Neighborhood Makes Grown Men Cry

In this technologically advanced age, could you handle being trapped behind a 20-foot wall without contact to the outside world? Well, eight families in a Kennesaw, Ga., neighborhood are attempting to do that in CBS' new reality series There Goes the Neighborhood (Sundays, 9/8c), which pits the clans against each other in a variety of challenges for a $250,000 prize. "It gets really dramatic because a quarter of a million dollars in Kennesaw is probably like $1.5 million in New York," host and American Idol alum Matt Rogers tells TVGuide.com. "So some of them take it personally, but that's what makes it great." Find out what's in store on this closed-off block party and get Rogers' thoughts on Paula Abdul's Idol exit.
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Fallen Idol Matt Rogers

During last week's country-themed episode of American Idol, jolly giant Matt Rogers put his heart on the line, crooning the Lonestar ballad "Amazed." A day later, viewers gave him the cowboy boot right off the show. "Amazing!" you say? We agree. So TV Guide Online rang up the former University of Washington Huskies lineman to get his reaction to being sacked. TV Guide Online: A man's man like yourself warbling a love song seemed like a surefire way to win over the female audience, yet here we are, doing your exit interview. Do you feel betrayed by the women of America?Matt Rogers: I feel like the women of America turned their back on me. I'm very disappointed. And the funny thing is, it seems like I have more fans now than I did when I was on the show. Where were you guys a week ago? Jeez! TVGO: It's always seemed cruel and unusual to me that the show makes the newly eliminated contestant sing the song that got them eliminated bef read more

Idol's ''Violent'' Singer Speaks

American Idol fans know Matt Rogers as the big dude who crooned "What You Won't Do for Love" very loudly. America voted him into the finals, but he didn't win much favor from the unimpressed judges. Here, the cheery 25-year-old mortgage banker from L.A. tells TV Guide Online whassup with his singing shortcomings — and his ugly words against Simon! TV Guide Online: Did you expect to make it as a finalist?Rogers: Yeah, I was pleasantly surprised, as you saw on my face. I thought Lisa [Leuschner] did a good job, and I knew it was gonna be close. You can't imagine them calling your name, but at the same time, you can't imagine being voted off. TVGO: America voted for you, but the judges weren't so nice.Rogers: It's definitely discouraging. You know that nine times out of 10, if read more

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