The last time Hills alum and plastic surgery cover girl Heidi Montag was on a reality show, she quit. Several times. Now, she says, things are different.
On Sunday's premiere of VH1's Famous Food (10/9c), she will compete — this time, without husband Spencer Pratt — against six other celebrities to win a partnership in a brand new Hollywood restaurant. She talks to TVGuide.com about the lessons learned from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! and why she wanted to call the new restaurant Fame.
Soap opera fans — and Hoover — can go ahead and blame ABC's head of daytime Brian Frons for the death of All My Children and One Life to Live. Two weeks ago, he pulled the trigger, ending 40 years worth of storytelling, and further enraging fans by announcing in the same breath that both series would be replaced by cheaper-to-produce talk shows.
Susan Lucci on All My Children's cancellation: "I was completely blindsided"
It's true that soaps don't make as much money as they used to, but why? Are there culprits to blame beyond network executives needing to cut costs? We point a finger at several other guilty parties in the death of the serial:
Memo to Heidi Montag: This is how a career in reality TV is done. Smart as a whip and just as thin, Bethenny Frankel rose to fame on the small screen — first as the runner-up on the Martha Stewart edition of The Apprentice, later on three seasons of The Real Housewives of New York City, and now on her own show, Bethenny Ever After, which kicked off Season 2 last week, all the while parlaying her notoriety into a multi-million-dollar healthy lifestyle brand in the process. The new mom — she and husband Jason Hoppy welcomed daughter Bryn in May — took a breather at ...
The stars of The Hills may have moved on to other projects, but now viewers can relive their rise to fame.
Beginning March 7, TV Guide Network will air the reality series that launched the careers of Lauren Conrad, Audrina Patridge, Whitney Port, Heidi Montag and Brody Jenner from the very beginning.
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Warner Bros. Television will pay the Two and a Half Men crew for the remaining four episodes that would have been produced for Season 8, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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The series was scheduled to return...