Erin Brodie and Will Kirby
Who says reality shows can't produce love?
Big Brother 2 winner Will Kirby is engaged to two-time For Love or Money champ Erin Brodie.
"I'm so fortunate to be in a relationship ...
The Season 4 debut of Breaking Bad on Sunday night defied conventional ratings trends, attracting 2.6 million viewers to become the series' most-watched episode -- 32 percent more than the third-season premiere. And 1.5 million of its viewers were in the industry-prized 18-to-49-year-old demographic.
Big Brother 13 will premiere Thursday, July 7 at 9/8c, CBS announced Tuesday.
In addition, the network's new reality series, Same Name — in which stars trade lives with Average Joes who share their monikers — will premiere Sunday, July 24 at 9/8c.
CBS picks up reality series Same Name
As usual, Big Brother, hosted by Julie Chen, will air three times ...
The Walking Dead
Need a little break from all of those angst-ridden vampires and werewolves? Stiffen your spine and toughen your stomach, because here comes a zombie jamboree.
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In many ways, zombies are the most horrifying of classic monsters. They're not romantic, tragic-hero types. They just are. No explaining them, no containing them; they're the human animal reduced to its most primitive and soulless state, compelled by only one need: to feed. All you can do is run.
Friday Night Lights
Dead Set (Monday-Friday, midnight/11c, IFC)
TV is gearing up for a zombie invasion, and Halloween-ies with strong stomachs will be in hog hell (because frankly, it doesn't really feel like heaven). As a disgustingly hilarious curtain-raiser for AMC's much-anticipated Halloween night premiere of The Walking Dead, IFC imports this wildly graphic five-part British miniseries that imagines a zombie outbreak sweeping London, with the last safe haven being...
John and Kate Gosselin
You can't make this stuff up! A new TV Guide Network special airing Sunday at 8/7c revisits the jaw-dropping reality scenes that kept us glued to our TVs. Behold, the Top 10...
Jimmy Smits, Jimmy Johnson
The new Wednesday TV schedule is still a week or two away from taking its final fall shape, but there's plenty to talk about regarding tonight's lineup. A number of reality competition shows are taking a final bow — America's Got Talent, Big Brother, MasterChef and classic Top Chef — but let's discuss the new.
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Jersey Shore has done it again.
The MTV reality show drew 5.5 million viewers Thursday, setting a new series record. Season 2 premiered two weeks ago to 5.3 million viewers, Shore's previous high.
Jersey Shore cast adds Deena; sounds off on authenticity, Obama and the art of "Snookin'"
Last week saw a slight dip to 5.03 million viewers. Perhaps the Ronnie-Sammie "Sweetheart" reunion and subsequent...
Hell's Kitchen, Rookie Blue
Are you tired of reruns and reality shows?
Summers have traditionally only offered new episodes of such reality juggernauts as NBC's America's Got Talent," Fox's So You Think You Can Dance and Hell's Kitchen, ABC's The Bachelorette, and CBS' Big Brother. But this summer ...
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.