Think of ABC's summer series Whodunnit? as CSI-meets-reality TV — quite literally. The Clue-like murder-mystery show, in which 13 contestants are brought to a sprawling mansion to compete in a game to find out the identity of the killer among them, is the brainchild of reality TV veteran Cris Abrego (Rock of Love, The Surreal Life) and CSI creator Anthony Zuiker.
Think you've got a dysfunctional workplace? You're not the only one.
Fox is bringing work home from the office with its new reality show Does Someone Have to Go?, which premieres Thursday at 9/8c. In the series, the latest creation from veteran reality show producers Mike Darnell (Joe Millionaire) and Cris Abrego (The Surreal Life), company power is turned over from management to the employees. The employees must then select three underperforming co-workers who run the risk of getting fired if they can't change their tune.
Another reality TV couple bites the dust? On their fifth wedding anniversary, Adrianne Curry and Christopher Knight announced that they are splitting, according to Hollyscoop...
Just when you thought you've seen it all on TV, E! has ordered a new reality show that combines weddings and plastic surgery.
Bridalplasty will feature 12 brides-to-be competing in wedding-themed challenges to win the surgical procedure of her choice, the network announced Thursday.
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Earlier this week, TMZ went where no website should ever go when they posted clips from a leaked sex tape starring actor Verne Troyer. Troyer, best known for his role as Mini Me in Austin Powers (and getting piss drunk every other minute on The Surreal Life), is firing back at the site and filing a $20 million lawsuit claiming TMZ violated his rights by posting snippets of he and his lady friend doing
private stuff. Troyer claims the tape was stolen and wound up in the hands of Kevin Blatt (the brains behind One Night in Paris). Needless to say, Blatt is also named as a defendant in the suit. Besides looking to earn one 20 millllllion dollars, Troyer also wants an injunction to stop anyone else from viewing the video. Think $20 million is slightly outrageous in the land of law suits, or should TMZ be forced to pay the price of violating the actor's rights? And does anyone else find it strangely coincidental that his sex tape just happened to leak days after his new mo...