Tabatha Coffey will attempt to transform her first café on Thursday's episode of Tabatha Takes Over.
"The owner had a really hard time with changing so there's a lot of resistance there," Coffey tells TVGuide.com. In what the hair stylist calls one of her favorite episodes, viewers will see Coffey call the owner out about berating her own sister-in-law in the kitchen. (Watch a preview here.) Still, Coffey says, "I liked [the owner's] story a lot and it was actually fun for me to work with her."
Bravo has green-lit 17 new series and added three scripted projects and three unscripted projects, including a spin-off for Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks, to its development slate, the network announced on Tuesday. Additionally, 18 reality shows have been renewed.
Rich People's Problems will feature Parks as the lawyer to Atlanta's rich and famous. Prior to Housewives, Parks made her living as an attorney, but has since added reality star, aspiring funeral home owner, workout video instructor and stun gun designer to her resume.
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Bravo has given the green light to 11 new series, including two scripted shows and spin-offs of Top Chef and Real Housewives, the network announced on Thursday.
22 Birthdays is a scripted drama about the scandalous activities of a group of parents at an exclusive private school, with each episode focusing on an extravagant birthday party. Blowing Sunshine, also scripted, is set at a rehabilitation center and follows the staff and their high-profile patients.
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Tabatha Takes Over
Tabatha Coffey is about to find out that Hollywood is not only the land of illusion, but also delusion.
On Tuesday's Tabatha Takes Over finale (10/9c, Bravo), the hairstylist and business consultant will check into Cinema Suites, a bed and breakfast in Long Beach, Calif., run by Dianne Bennett. Unfortunately, the former music gossip columnist is missing the point when it comes to the service-driven business and doesn't even serve breakfast. That's one half of the B&B!
Paulina Porizkova, Tabatha Coffey, Daisy Fuentes
Daisy Fuentes, supermodel Paulina Porizkova and hairstylist Tabatha Coffey have joined TV Guide Network's Oscars red carpet coverage.
Porizkova and Coffey will make their live red carpet debuts Sunday on Academy Awards Red Carpet with Chris Harrison, where they will discuss all of the night's best and ...
With a tongue every bit as sharp as her scissors, Tabatha Coffey is on a mission to save America's failing salons from themselves — one hapless hairdresser at a time. (Season 3 of Tabatha's Salon Takeover concludes on February 21.) We sat down with the feisty Aussie import over drinks at NYC's Beauty Bar for a peek at her — yep — many layers.
If Bravo's master of ceremonies, Andy Cohen, were a cocktail, the recipe would go something like this: Mix one part executive (he's the senior VP of original programming and development) with one part on-air talent (since last July, he's hosted Watch What Happens Live, a talk show/post-party hybrid that's airing four episodes this week). Add a generous splash of superfan — Cohen is passionate about the world of so-called "Bravolebrities" to the point of zealotry — shake, and voilà...a bracing, thoroughly meta elixir that simultaneously controls your air waves while appearing on them. TV Guide Magazine sat down with Cohen at NYC watering hole Bedlam for a couple rounds of Maker's Mark-and-ginger-ales to find out what makes him tick...
Bravo is breaking new ground with plans to begin a fifth day of programming and venture into scripted series — including one about a power broker who's a drag queen by night and another following male hookers.
I'm Not Myself These Days comes from Sex and the City creator Darren Star and is about a married man who leads a cross-dressing double life. Room Service chronicles men who work as escorts out of a high-end hotel.
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Simon says — Season 9 of the well-tuned talent contest begins tonight with a two-hour premiere blast. Judges Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Kara DioGuardi journey to Boston for the first edition of the preliminary auditions, where starry-eyed hopefuls are rated. (And berated?) In Boston, it's a good bet that some will be wicked good and others will be just plain wicked. Season 9 brings a sweeping change, of course: New judge Ellen DeGeneres replaces the departing Paula Abdul and joins the judges after the audition episodes. The tryouts continue tomorrow night in Atlanta.
Read on for previews of NCIS, Southland, Independent Lens and Tabatha's Salon Takeover.