Grimm star David Giuntoli says his characters ability to see fairytale monsters can be a double-edged sword.
"I have to live this double life," he tells TVGuide.com. "I want to keep this fact that I can see strange stuff away from my colleagues and my girlfriend."Exclusive sneak peek video: Grimm takes on Goldilocks
Reality producer Matt Kunitz has asked contestants to eat foul bugs (on Fear Factor) and jump on big red balls (see Wipeout). But that's child's play compared to what he's put people through on ABC's recent new entry, 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show.
Former Real World star Sean Duffy has been elected to Congress.
The 39-year-old Republican from The Real World: Boston won Tuesday's race for a seat in the House of Representatives from Wisconsin's 7th District. Duffy, a former district attorney, received 52 percent of the vote, easily defeating state Sen. Julie Lassa (42 percent) and independent Gary Kauther (4 percent).
Here's a sign that reality-TV pioneer MTV knows what it's doing in the genre: Their undeniably addictive Real World/Road Rules Challenge is currently casting for its 12th season, but this time, as a nod to longtime fans of the obstacle course-laden competition, the show is giving "fresh meat" the chance to go up against the RW/RR veterans we've grown to love and hate. Are you what MTV is looking for? TVGuide.com picked the brain of Bunim-Murray Productions' senior casting producer Sasha Alpert, who's been sifting through extroverted 18-to-24-year-olds for the past nine years.
TVGuide.com: Which are some of the casts that you are proud of helping to choose?
Sasha Alpert: The first one I ever cast was [Real World:] Boston, so that was near and dear. There is a chemistry t