ABC has ordered another season of The Bachelor spin-off, Bachelor Pad.
The competition series, where former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants compete for money, and...
Peyton Wright, Chris Lambton
If anyone knows about the trappings of romance, it's the previous Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants. We caught up with nearly 80 alums at a reunion at New York's Gansevoort Hotel.
David Good, Bachelor Pad
After his stint on The Bachelorette and a winning turn on Bachelor Pad, David Good has put all his experience with love (and, of course, lust) into a book called The Man Code.
"The man code is an unwritten set of rules that governs all men," he says. "It's something we're genetically made up with and why men act the way they do."
Bachelor Pad winner has a message for fellow contestants: "Bite me"
Emily, Brad Womack
Never mind what happened on this week's episode of The Bachelor. All anyone can talk about is the preview footage for next week, in which it appears that Brad takes Emily, aka the one whose late fiancé was a NASCAR driver, to a racetrack! Host Chris Harrison warns people not to prejudge the unorthodox date, saying it will be therapeutic, not exploitative. Plus: Harrison explains how Chantal scored the lucky "helicopter date" and Brad stops by our studio to weigh in.
It's a second chance for the new Bachelor, Brad Womack.
On Monday night's Dancing with the Stars, host Tom Bergeron announced that Womack, who starred in Season 11, would be returning for the next installment.
Eminem, Jackie Evancho
Kids did the darnedest things on TV this week. High school student Oscar pursued an affair with both mother and daughter on 90210. Little ones on Parenthood and One Tree Hill got confusing answers to their inquiries about sex. Jimmy Johnson rallied against youth on Survivor: Nicaragua. Eminem and Vince acted like children on Entourage. And precious Jackie Evancho, who came in second on America's Got Talent, occupies the first position in America's heart.
Despite being voted as "most likely to be a bridesmaid, but never a bride" during a challenge on ABC's Bachelor Pad, Natalie Getz is walking away with a man — and $125,000 to boot. So what does she have to say to her fellow contestants who felt she'd never find love?
"Bite me," she told TVGuide.com.
An earthquake strikes Beverly Hills in the third-season opener of 90210, as if the relationships on this show needed any more shaking up. The Wilsons are still reeling from the loss of Harry, leaving Debbie pulling double duty as mom and pop. Meanwhile, Teddy and Silver face the stress of an injury that threatens Teddy's tennis future. Naomi works through the aftermath of a traumatic assault, while Navid welcomes Adrianna back from her whirlwind tour with Javier only to face tragedy soon after.
Read on for previews of The Oprah Winfrey Show, Bachelor Pad, Lie to Me, Gossip Girl, The 19th Wife and Rizzoli & Isles.
DeAnna Pappas, Graham Bunn, Gia Allemand
While Bachelor/Bachelorette reunions are usually filled with hooking up and hot tubs (a la Bachelor Pad), some previous contestants are using their name to make a difference.
TVGuide.com caught up with Bachelorette Season 4's Graham Bunn, whose company 46NYC prints and sells T-shirts for different charities to help them gather donations.