Ashton Kutcher's production company Katalyst Media is suing the California Department of Motor Vehicles for backing out of a reality TV project "abruptly and without justifiable excuse," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In a lawsuit filed on Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Katalyst, along with production company Soda and Pop, Inc., claims that in 2010, Katalyst and the DMV negotiated to develop a half-hour series about the employees and customers of the DMV. TruTV had signed on to air the show before the DMV pulled out.
Wipeout is coming back for Season 5 with a new team member in tow, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Vanessa Minnillo has signed on as the new co-host, replacing Jill Wagner, who announced her exit last month.
Jill Wagner wipes out of ABC's Wipeout
"We will miss Jill, but...
Emmy-winning TV producer Denise Cramsey, who worked on shows such as Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and True Beauty, has died, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She was 41.
Cramsey died after suffering a...
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo are engaged, US Magazine reports.
"We're excited and incredibly happy about our engagement and we look forward to...
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Roberto, Chris L. or Frank — who'll Ali choose? That's one question you might be asking as this romance sweepstakes enters the cavorting-and-canoodling-in-a-tropical-paradise stage. (This time it's Tahiti.) But another question might be: Who'll Frank choose? Rumor has it that Ali might not be the only lady in Frank's heart, and he was hesitant at times in Chicago last week. We'll see for certain tonight. In any event, Ali will pick the final winner Aug. 2 (next week is the "Men Tell All" show) in Bora Bora. — Paul Droesch
Read on for previews of Secret Life of the American Teenager, Lucky, The Client List, True Beauty and more!
True Blood's new season is off to a strong start.
The HBO vampire drama's Season 3 premiere on Sunday drew 5.1 million viewers, a 38 percent increase over the Season 2 debut and a 19 percent improvement over the Season 2 average. Including numbers for the Sunday night encore broadcast, the show drew a total of 6.4 million viewers...
A second season opens for the beauty contest in which contestants are judged not only on their physical attributes, but also on their "inner beauty." Five gorgeous women and five handsome men are given $200 to create a look for what they think is a "Face of Vegas" contest. They're also given the chance to steal an item to give themselves an edge before posing for judges in lighted glass cases on the strip. Hidden cameras reveal who takes the moral high ground and who takes the bait.
Read on for previews of United States of Tara, Cake Boss, Saving Grace, America the Story of Us, The Eastwood Factor and Dad Camp.
ABC announced a summer schedule Wednesday packed with bachelors, bachelorettes and beauties as well as a trio of new scripted series.
The Bachelorette will return Monday, May 24 (9/8c) with Ali Fedotowsky — a fan favorite and front-runner in the most recent Bachelor season — hoping to find...
ABC's reality shows True Beauty and Wipeout will return for summer.
True Beauty, from executive producers Tyra Banks and Ashton Kutcher, will return May 31 at 10/9c. This season will take place in...
Scrubs' Zach Braff, Castle's Nathan Fillion
ABC has been A Busy Company. The network on Friday renewed four more series, including Scrubs and the freshman series Castle and Better Off Ted, sources tell TVGuide.com. Also due back for the 2009-10 season is the Ashton Kutcher-produced reality show True Beauty.
ABC, however, is not officially confirming any new pick-ups until its May 19 upfront presentation.
For Scrubs' somewhat surprising (and latest) resurrection, Zach Braff will return for at least a handful of episodes. Although one trade mag reported that Sarah Chalke was signed ...