Travel search aggregating site Kayak.com will discontinue advertising on TLC's series All-American Muslim.
Kayak.com announced Tuesday that it would not continue running ads during the show when it returns in January, taking issue with how TLC presented the content of the series, which premiered in November and follows the daily lives of five Lebanese American Muslim families in Dearborn, Michigan, the largest Muslim community in the United States.
Lowe's is under fire after pulling commercials from TLC's All-American Muslim.
The home-improvement chain withdrew its spots from the reality show after the Florida Family Association, a conservative group, protested that the program about the Muslim community in Dearborn, Mich., is "propaganda that riskily hides the Islamic agenda's clear and present danger to American liberties and traditional values."
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Todd Palin and Sarah Palin
With her presidential ambitions behind her — at least for the 2012 race — Sarah Palin is pitching a new reality series that would focus on her husband, Todd Palin, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The project would specifically center on Todd Palin's career as a ...
The people have spoken, and they are all saying one thing: TLC's Virgin Diaries is going to be better than your first time.
TLC is notorious for focusing on, shall we say, "unconventional" subjects (like this woman). Now comes The Virgin Diaries, premiering Sunday at 9/8c.
Extreme Couponing All Stars
Couponing just got even more extreme.
TLC has ordered the competition series Extreme Couponing All Stars, featuring 12 of the original series' best savers as they go head-to-head in a shopping challenge to see who can save the most. The competitors will be challenged with...
Theresa Caputo is your average suburban housewife — except for that fact that she talks to dead people.
Livin' for the Apocalypse
Gidget Rose and her roommate Jackie Brittain (not their real names) live in the Southwest (in an intentionally unspecified location), where they can meat, stockpile water and weaponry, and raise guinea pigs for cash, all in preparation for the apocalypse. They are two people profiled on TLC's very entertaining, very eye-opening and very... TLC special Livin' for the Apocalypse (Sunday, 10/9c). Below, Rose tells us about apocalypse planning, why she'd consider cannibalism, her arsenal of weapons, and if she and Jackie face bigotry in the Southwest over Jackie's transgenderism. Clearly, Gidget and Jackie's story is one that's been dying to be told. Kudos to TLC for that...