Survivor: Redemption Island, Sarita White
The Zapatera tribe's alliance of six was strong enough to take down one of the biggest villains in show history, Russell Hantz, on Survivor: Redemption Island. However, when it came to the question of Sarita White's strength and physical capabilities, her one-time allies quickly changed their tune and sided with David Murphy to vote her out. White, a 36-year-old visual effects producer, is the first to admit she wasn't the strongest competitor, but (wrongly) assumed her fellow tribemates would see through David and his "insidious" ways. White talked with TVGuide.com about which player she calls the "juggernaut of power," who made her want to slit her wrists and why she hated the physical challenges so much.
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The Real Housewives of DC
One edition of Bravo's popular Real Housewives franchise has not been re-elected.
Bravo has canceled the Real Housewives of D.C. after just one season, EW reports. It's the first time in the franchise's history that an iteration hasn't made it to a second season.
Pauly D, Snooki and J-Woww
Party now, or apocalypse now? The end of MTV's Jersey Shore gravy train is nowhere in sight.
On Thursday, the network announced it had ordered not one, but two Jersey spin-offs: one is a buddy comedy starring Snooki and JWoww as housemates and the other will follow Pauly D's career as a DJ. Both as-yet untitled shows will premiere in 2012 and focus on the cast members' lives away from the Shore. Twelve episodes have been ordered for each.
VIDEO: Snooki is far more athletic than you suspect
Meanwhile, MTV Executive Vice President of Programming and Head of Production Chris Linn tells TVGuide.com that contrary to Wednesday's report, production on the upcoming fourth, Italy-bound season of Jersey Shore has not been delayed due to contract negotiations with the cast.
In fact, those deals are done.
It's not a no-hitter, but Kenny Powers will take it. Eastbound & Down star Danny McBride revealed Wednesday night on Conan that he'll soon be a father.
"I knocked my wife up," he told Conan O'Brien. "I had never impregnated anyone before, so I didn't really realize what they teach you in health class is actually true. That's all it takes. It's amazing."
Naomi Judd and Wynonna Judd
Ashley Judd wasn't the only Judd family member who was a victim of sexual abuse growing up. "I grew up in a family of secrets," Naomi Judd said on The View Thursday.
Both Naomi and her other daughter Wynonna Judd discussed how they were also victims of sexual abuse but were too ashamed to talk about it until now. The country music duo will be sharing family secrets and their life on tour on the new docu-series The Judds, which premieres on Sunday at 9/8c on OWN.
More than 60 percent of voters in a TVGuide.com poll think that longtime Today show news reader Ann Curry should take the anchor chair from Meredith Vieira, who is expected to leave the program later this year.
Who should replace Meredith Vieira on Today?
Sixty-one percent of voters support Curry, who was passed over for the job when Vieira replaced Katie Couric in 2006. Speaking of Couric, 14 percent of voters want the CBS Evening News anchor, who is reportedly looking to leave CBS once her contract expires, to come back to Today.
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Fire up the grill again: Fox has ordered a second season of animated comedy Bob's Burgers, the network announced Thursday.
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"Bob's Burgers has proved to be a perfect neighbor to our slate of fan-favorite animated families this year," Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly said in a statement. "The series has found its own really unique, irreverent voice and is doing consistent business for us on Sundays, so we're excited to serve up another season to the fans."
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Robert Sean Leonard, House
Can you envision a version of House in which Dr. Crankypants doesn't rely on right-hand man Wilson? Perhaps you should start trying.
Robert Sean Leonard, who has played Dr. James Wilson, the best friend of Hugh Laurie's Dr. House since the show began in 2004, says he's not certain about returning to the show next season...