Lawrence Saint-Victor, Jeff Schroeder, Karla Mosley
As one of the most popular players in Big Brother history, Jeff Schroeder has been exposed to a whole lot of lying, cheating and backstabbing — so he should fit right in at a daytime soap! TV Guide Magazine has learned that the reality-show fave and CBS.com host will be seen on The Bold and the Beautiful August 27 in sequences involving the production of Room 8, the show-within-a-show starring Maya (Karla Mosley) and Carter (Lawrence Saint-Victor). Schroeder gave us the lowdown on his suds gig, the state of his romance with Big Brother 11 winner Jordan Lloyd and, of course, those scandals that have been rocking Big Brother 15!
Big Brother producers are adding another level of treachery a la The Mole with what they've labeled a "saboteur."
When the show premieres Thursday, July 8 at 8/7c on CBS, one of the houseguests will have a separate mission: to sabotage the rest of them. This player's goal will be unknown to the rest of the cast. Viewers, however, will learn the person's identity July 15 — when the first live show airs.
The Amazing Race
Jordan Lloyd won Big Brother 11, while Jeff Schroeder won fan favorite, but the couple didn't come close to winning The Amazing Race. After a bad cab ride left them in last place two weeks ago, the pair struggled to keep up before getting eliminated Sunday following yet another mistake-ridden leg. "We were trying to keep it positive, but this leg, if everything could've gone wrong, I think it did," Jeff, 31, tells TVGuide.com. "We started late and we tried our best. A lot of people made mistakes this leg, so if we had made the right decisions, we may have had a chance." See what else the two have to say about their last hurrah, what was wrong with their game plan, and if Jordan, 23, knows who Joan of Arc is now.
Big Brother 11 - Jordan Lloyd, Jeff Schroeder
While many Amazing Race contestants wait months — sometimes years — to get selected for the globe-trotting reality series, Big Brother sweethearts Jeff Schroeder, 31, and Jordan Lloyd, 23, only had to wait days. "Just a couple days after Big Brother ended, production came up to us and asked if we were interested in doing Amazing Race," Jordan, who won Big Brother 11 last summer (Jeff won fan favorite), told TVGuide.com. "We didn't hesitate. We were like, 'Yeah, we'll do it!' I don't really travel that much, and I know that I probably would never go to another country by myself, so I knew it would be something fun to do." See what else we can expect from the couple this season, and what it will take for them to do another show. The Amazing Race 16 premieres Sunday at 8/7c.
The Amazing Race 16
Big Brother's Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd will be back on TV — and this time they'll share the screen with detectives, cowboys amd a pageant queen. The newly dating Big Brother 11 houseguests are one of the 11 new teams competing on The Amazing Race 16, CBS announced Thursday.
Amazing Race winners Meghan and Cheyne: It's "cool" fans think we're the best team ever
In addition to the usual helping of siblings, friends, couples and parents, this season's roster features ...
Kanye West, True Blood
This was not a good week for Emily Post, as the week's top TV moments exhibited an alarming lack of etiquette. Kanye West crushed tender flower Taylor Swift's hopes and dreams by barging in on her VMA moment. Serena Williams unleashed a tirade of four-letter words at the U.S. Open. And True Blood's Maryann was in serious need of a wedding planner, as her Dionysian bachelorette party offended our delicate sensibilities. Welcome to Top Moments, Common Courtesy Edition.
Big Brother 11, Jordan
After another summer of scheming, back-stabbing and fighting, we come to the Big Brother 11 finale. After a final battle between Kevin and Jordan, the final head of household is crowned and the final two is sealed. Plus, Jeff rules over the jury house, Julie Chen wears what looks to be a Snuggie, the entire cast is reunited and a winner is crowned. Who walked away with $500,000 and who did America vote as the favorite houseguest? Let's find out.
Big Brother 11
Warning: The following story contains spoilers about the outcome of Big Brother 11.
After a summer of cookie dough-eating, dragonfly-dodging, banana suit-wearing and microphone-destroying fun, America's biggest guilty pleasure reality show has crowned a new winner.
In the season finale of Big Brother 11, southern belle underdog Jordan defeated Kevin to win the final head of household competition to ensure a spot in the finals. Jordan then evicted Kevin, leaving only herself and Natalie to face the jury of evicted houseguests. (Viewers also got to vote as the would-be seventh juror, Chima, was expelled from the game earlier in the season for breaking production rules.)
After deliberating, the jury chose ...
The Biggest Loser
The Biggest Loser gang are back for an eighth season, this time with a "second chances" theme. Last season's heaviest contestant, Daniel Wright, returns to the ranch to finish his weight loss. The other 15 players are new to the competition and include a social worker, who is the heaviest player in Biggest Loser history; a youth pastor; and a teacher, who has endured a terrible tragedy. In tonight's premiere, the contestants visit Dr. Huizenga for a preliminary health assessment.
Read on for previews of Ruby & the Rockits, Big Brother 11, More to Love and The Cleaner.
It's not all bad news for the CW: After the premiere of Melrose Place fizzled, The Vampire Diaries became the most-watched series premiere in the network's history.
Diaries' first episode was watched by 4.8 million viewers, enough to top 90210's 2008 debut. The fifth-season-opener of Supernatural, however, didn't hold on to the great lead-in. It drew 3.4 million viewers, a loss of 500,000 from last season's premiere.
The night was still dominated, however, by football. NBC's coverage ...