More to Love host Emme introduces Luke to his 20 would-be girlfriends.
Fox's More to Love offers a fresh twist on the reality dating genre by putting 320-pound Luke Conley at the heart of action. And what a heart he has.
Viewers "definitely, definitely" will root for Luke, series host Emme tells TVGuide.com in this video Q&A. "His heart is truly on the money."
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Luke starts off by meeting 20 women of various shapes and sizes. And while many such shows feature contestants out to further their careers (looking at you, Wes), Emme says every woman who auditioned for More to Love "wanted to find real love."
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Fox's fall song-and-dance routine will kick off a week sooner, now that the network has moved up the season premiere dates for So You Think You Can Dance and Glee to Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Glee, which got a "sneak peek" this May, will kick off its official run with a new episode.
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Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush
Kim Kardashian's romance with NFL star Reggie Bush will not be heading into overtime. The couple have broken up after more than two years of dating, Kardashian's rep confirms for TVGuide.com.
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TVGuide.com readers are hoping for what would be the most dramatic Bachelorette outcome ever: Jillian Harris choosing Reid Rosenthal, a bachelor she's already rejected.
Forty-one percent of more than 2,800 voters in an online poll want Rosenthal, the most recently jilted bachelor, to win Jillian's heart. The previews for the finale show him returning. But would she take him back over her two final two suitors?
Ed Swiderski, the businessman from Chicago who exited early on in The Bachelorette to keep his job, returned to fight for Jillian, and has garnered more than...
Ratings highlights from the weekend:
The series finale of NBC's Kings commanded 1.81 million total viewers, gaining 15 percent week-to-week. ABC's Dirty Sexy Money played to 1.83 mil, dropping 15 percent from its first (questionable) episode back.
With an audience of 6.17 million viewers, Big Brother 11 was up 590K from its previous nomination ceremony and was the night's second-most watched program, trailing only its lead-in, 60 Minutes.
NBC's Merlin held steady at 4.2 mil, while lead-out The Storm (starring James Van Der beek and David James Elliot) premiered Part 1 to 4.9 mil, which is on par with the debut of time-slot predecessor Meteor.
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Camilla Belle and Joe Jonas
Attention, tweens: A Jonas brother is back on the market.
Middle bro Joe Jonas and Camilla Belle have broken up, the actress' rep tells TVGuide.com.
"Yes, it's true, they have broken up. There is ...
LeAnn Rimes went public for the first time about her marital woes at a Utah concert held over the weekend.
Rimes, who has not officially confirmed reports of a split between her and husband Dean Sheremet, spoke about the low points of a relationship before performing "God Takes Care of Your Kind" at the Deer Valley Music Festival on Saturday, Us Weekly reports.
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Kevin Heinz and Jill Peterson
On this Music Monday (#musicmonday for you Twitter folk), TVGuide.com wants to recognize Kevin Heinz and Jill Peterson and their ever-so-unique walk down the aisle at the start of their wedding ceremony.
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Instead of holding out until the reception to bust a move, the entire wedding party — five groomsmen, seven bridesmaids, four ushers and the newlyweds-to-be — used the quiet church's aisles to show off entertaining dance moves, to the tune of Chris Brown's "Forever."
Watch the original church boogie video, followed by their recreation on the Today show plaza Friday after the jump.