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14. Worst Name-Dropping: Country diva Juliette exerts her power over reality star Layla by switching sets and stealing her duet with boyfriend Will on Nashville. In return, Layla anonymously calls TMZ and reveals that it was Juliette who broke up the marriage of one of the country's most well-known couples. At least this will make good material for a song?
13. Worst Missed Connection: Yes, everyone knows that Simon Cowell loves to be mean. But the acerbic judge accidentally takes it too...
Survivor's Jeff Probst and several of the show's former contestants are banding together to help raise money for the Philippines after the country suffered major damage from Typhoon Haiyan, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The telethon, which will air...
Season 1 Survivor contestant B.B. Anderson has died after battling brain cancer, according to People. He was 77.
"B.B. was one of the original cast members who launched Survivor back in 2000," host Jeff Probst said in a statement. "He was a powerful presence on the show and that zest for epic adventure was at the heart of everything he did. I was very saddened to hear of his passing."
And he thought Survivor was hard? Try parenting!
Series alum Rob Cesternino and his wife welcomed...
CBS has renewed Big Brother for summer 2014, the network announcedThursday. Big Brother: After Dark, which airs on TVGN, has also been renewed.
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These indelible and infinitely quotable words spoken by our favorite TV characters and personalities are forever etched in our brains. Not that there's anything wrong with that...
With fall season premieres just around the corner, Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to start catching up on all your favorite shows. To help out, CBS has released full seasons of The Good Wife and more of their hit shows — and you can watch them right here on TVGuide.com
It's time for a reality-TV reality check. Even top executives and producers admit that the genre has become tired — an overload of singing battles, food challenges, screaming housewives and dating competitions. "We've been in a huge reality drought," says Greg Goldman, the new president of Studio Lambert USA, which produces Undercover Boss.
The broadcast networks continue to coast on the enduring success of veteran franchises like Survivor, but they're not minting many new hits. In cable, the success of docuseries like the Real Housewives franchise and Love & Hip Hop has led to a glut of such shows.
But a shake-up may finally be on the way. CBS recently named a new head of reality TV, Chris Castallo, while Fox is looking to fill the top job in its alternative department (which infamous reality kingpin Mike Darnell vacated at the end of July). There's also a new head of unscripted TV at AMC, while TruTV and A&E, both big reality networks, have new bosses.
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ABC's murder mystery show Whodunnit? hasn't officially been picked up for a second season yet, but co-executive producer Anthony Zuiker is already looking ahead.
"I definitely have about nine more murders in my head for Season 2," Zuiker tells TVGuide.com.
French authorities are opening a criminal manslaughter investigation into the death of French Survivor contestant Gerald Babin earlier this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show's producer, Adventure Line Productions, as well as host Denis Brogniart, may face charges.