Real Housewives of New York City
Bravo recently announced that it will add a fifth night of original programming, so it's developing a slew of new original series, including another Real Housewives franchise and a scripted dramedy about male prostitutes. Read our snap judgments on the lineup and then tell us in the comments section which series have the potential to be your newest guilty pleasure.
Million Dollar Decorators
What It Is: High-end interior decorators in L.A. work with the multi-million-dollar budgets of their wealthy clientele.
Snap Judgment: We love shows about the hubris of the rich, but is this the financial climate for a show about squandering money?
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Fans of MTV's Laguna Beach and The Hills know that Lauren Conrad is no stranger to fashion. Now the 24-year-old former reality star is making her style accessible with a collection called LC Lauren Conrad. TVGuide.com spoke to her about creating an affordable line, why she decided to set aside her TV career and whether she misses The Hills.
TVGuide.com: Tell me about your new collection.
Lauren Conrad: [It's] all about taking new trends and putting our twist on them and doing the whole relaxed look that we love here in California. One of the overall trends we wanted to do is...
Merlin Olsen, the Hall of Fame football star-turned-actor and commentator, has died. He was 69.
Olsen died Thursday of mesothelioma at City of Hope hospital outside of Los Angeles, Utah State University, his alma mater, said.
A three-time academic All-American at Utah State, Olsen signed with the Los Angeles Rams after college in 1962, where he became a star defensive tackle. In 1963, he was joined on the line by Deacon Jones, Rosey Grier and Lamar Lundy to form ...
Laurence Fishburne, CSI
The mysterious Dr. Jekyll serial killer hasn't shown up lately on CSI, but the show's producers haven't forgotten about him — and neither has Ray Langston.
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Conveniently, on Thursday's episode (9/8c, CBS), "Neverland," Langston (Laurence Fishburne) comes across a familiar name: Nate Haskell. "It's just a little callback to him, which is kind of eerie and could be a sign of things to come," Tom Mularz, who wrote the episode, tells TVGuide.com.
Haskell (Bill Irwin), of course, is better known as the Dick & Jane killer, who was first introduced...