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The Biz: Mike Rowe Leaves Dirty Jobs Behind for a New Reality at CNN

Mike Rowe

After an eight-season run on the Discovery Channel with Dirty Jobs, Mike Rowe is cleaning up his act and heading to CNN with a new series, Somebody's Gotta Do It (premiering Wednesday at 9/8c). On each episode, Rowe seeks out regular folks to explore why they're passionately committed to unusual jobs, avocations or causes — dirty or otherwise. His first hour takes him to Las Vegas where he suits up for an aquatic show and then to Independence, Missouri, to meet the curator of a hair museum... read more

Dirty Jobs Host Mike Rowe Defends Walmart on Facebook

Mike Rowe

Former Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe has taken to Facebook to slam critics who are challenging Walmart's recent decision to spend more money on products manufactured in the U.S.

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Discovery Channel Cancels Dirty Jobs

Mike Rowe

There are no more Dirty Jobs.

Discovery Channel has canceled the reality show after eight seasons, creator and host Mike Rowe announced in a blog post Wednesday.

One of the network's... read more

Exclusive: Mike Rowe to Host New Discovery Series How Booze Built America

Mike Rowe

He's dissected owl vomit, shoveled road kill from the streets and inspected his fair share of sewage plants. But now, Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe gets to clean himself off and pull up barstool for Discovery's new three-part series How Booze Built America (premiering on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 10/9c). read more

TV's Got Male, With More Testosterone Shows To Come

Glenn and Mitchell Guist

When a young programming executive at the History channel first pitched the idea of following a group of Louisiana Cajuns who hunt alligators, "the poor guy got laughed out of the room," says the network's president, Nancy Dubuc. But instead of dropping the idea, he kept bringing it up — and kept getting laughed at.

"But by the fourth meeting, you had to pause," Dubuc says. "If somebody is as passionate as he was about something, what's the harm in letting them run with it?" That germ of an idea turned into Swamp People, an unlikely hit that ...
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Watch Video: Mike Rowe Talks Dirty to Me

Now playing on the Mitovich Mega Minute: Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe pays TVGuide.com a visit to talk up the show's special New York City episode as well as 1) divulge the worst smell he has ever encountered, 2) detail his clean-up (...or not) regimen, and 3) confirm his dirtiest job ever. Enjoy! (And don't eat while watching....) read more

Dirty Jobs' Mike Rowe Comes Clean About Tonight's Task

Mike Rowe, Dirty Jobs

Think your 9-to-5 bites? Tell it to Mike Rowe. As the host of Discovery Channel's strangely captivating Dirty Jobs (Tuesdays at 9 pm/ET), Rowe has sampled for our viewing discomfort more bad gigs than you can shake a septic-tank hose at and has come up smelling like… something very wrong. Tonight the happiest disgruntled employee ever heads to a tannery for even more odorific employment. TV Guide: So, a simple Google search shows that you've become the sex symbol of the Discovery Channel. Mike Rowe: Weird. [Laughs] You know what's really funny? The show had such low expectations initially.... Then the numbers started coming back for females and just caught everybody by surprise. But really, I don't think people are tuning in to see my gross, broken-down, 45-year-old frame trying to flood throu read more


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