CBS has renewed Survivor for two more seasons with Jeff Probst returning as host, the network announced Wednesday.
The deal will keep the longest-running reality competition series on TV through 2012. Survivor is in its 22nd season with Redemption Island. It moved from its longtime Thursdays at 8/7c berth to Wednesdays at 8/7c in September.
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"Survivor is a program franchise that continues to stand the test of time," said Jennifer Bresnan, CBS' executive vice president of alternative programming. "Each season delivers new faces, exotic places, the ultimate social experiment combined with game play, and one of the most engaged audiences anywhere on prime-time television."
Probst, 48, who has hosted the show since its debut, has also signed on to return as...
Bill O'Reilly tells Rachael Ray he had no idea his appearance on The View would cause such a stir, but says the walk-off was "great."
"I knew we would have a lively discussion because those ladies and I...
Yum-O! For her October 29 Halloween episode, foodie and Halloween fiend Rachael Ray is serving up an episode packed with 3-D effects and suitably outré appearances by Pee-wee Herman and magicians Penn & Teller. Good thing the two-time Emmy winner is as fearless as she is fabulous.
TV Guide Magazine: Where did you come up with the idea to do a 3-D episode?
Ray: We went to this conference, and the men who created the Real-D technology were there. They showed us scenes from The Departed and [had] a showing of Kung Fu Panda in Real-D that was amazing. So I called ...
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Shaquille O'Neal
Let's just say that Shaquille O'Neal is looking to expand his horizons. In addition to squaring off against opponents in traditional sports like boxing (against Sugar Shane Moseley) and golf ...
Rachael Ray, Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart used her show Monday to clear the air about her recent comments regarding fellow chef Rachael Ray.
Martha Stewart: What Rachael Ray does is "not good enough for me"
"Just for the record, there are no bad feelings between us nor have there ever been," Stewart said apologetically...
Martha Stewart, Rachael Ray
What Rachael Ray does is "not good enough for me," Martha Stewart tells ABC's Nightline.
In an interview airing Thursday, Stewart says Ray confessed to her that she "cannot...
Rachael Ray may not be silenced after all.
The chatfest queen was scheduled to have vocal surgery on Tuesday, but could avoid going under the knife.
"During the course of normal pre-op care, Rachael started an intensive new vocal therapy and it is now the opinion of her doctor that surgery may not be necessary since ...
Daytime chatfest queen Rachael Ray will have less to talk about this Christmas — but that's only because she won't be able to talk.
"I'm having voice surgery on ...
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Food guru, TV personality, magazine mogul, donut spokeswoman and all-around perky perfectionist Rachael Ray continues her slow march to world domination by venturing into the dog-food business.Taking her inspiration from chow she has made for her own pit bull, Isaboo, Ray plans to donate all the proceeds from her new line to Rachael's Rescue, which helps at-risk animals. According to the AP, the stars says that Rachael Ray Nutrish "could potentially raise millions of dollars for championing these little creatures that can't speak for themselves."Next up? A line of chow for kitties. Nina Hämmerling Smith
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The Boston Globe reports Dunkin' Donuts has yanked an online ad featuring Rachael Ray because of a scarf she wears in the spot.Some viewers noted that the silk scarf which features a black-and-white paisley design (check it out here) resembled a keffiyeh, a headdress usually worn by Arab men.At first, Dunkin' Donuts cast the complaints aside, but then Fox News commentator Michelle Malkin took matters one step further. In her syndicated column, Malkin claimed the keffiyeh symbolizes "murderous Palestinian jihad...popularized by Yasser Arafat and a regular adornment of Muslim terrorists."Dunkin' Donuts then quickly pulled the ad, saying, "Absolutely no symbolism was intended. However, given the possibility of misperception, we are no longer using the commercial." J.R. Whalen