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‘Live PD’ Docuseries Gets Order For 150 Additional Episodes From A&E

Ahead of tonight’s Season 3 premiere of Live PD, A&E has given another massive order to its flagship series, picking up an additional 150 episodes of the hit real-time reality police docuseries. Totaling 450 hours, the deal extends the series' run into 2019, with the new order bringing the number of commissioned episodes to date to 293. Live PD, from Big Fish Entertainment, an MGM company, was a risky proposition when A&E committed to an eight-episode run in fall 2016… Read


Lifetime Greenlights Live Wedding Reality Series With David Tutera

Lifetime has given the green light to eight-part reality event series My Great Big Live Wedding with David Tutera. Produced by Thinkfactory Media, the series is slated to premiere in early 2019. In the series, eight inspirational couples will work with renowned wedding and event planner Tutera, to receive the wedding of their dreams. Each week, one new couple will share their emotional and heart-warming story live from a different city or town across the country. Dramatic… Read


OWN Unveils Three Unscripted Series & Premiere Date For Will Packer’s ‘Ready To Love’

OWN is bringing more romance to Saturday nights, unveiling three new unscripted series focusing on love, relationships and marriage and setting a date for its previously announced dating series from Will Packer. Chad Loves Michelle, which will bow on November 3, focuses on the engagement-to-marriage path of Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams and Chad Johnson, a chaplain for pro sports organizations. Family or Fiancé spotlights newly engaged couples whose families… Read


‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ Renewed For Season 3 By HGTV

HGTV’s Flip or Flop Vegas will be back for a third season, the network announced today. Ten new episodes of the series will premiere in Spring 2019. The series – the first Flip or Flop spin-off – follows Bristol Marunde, a licensed contractor and MMA fighter, and his wife Aubrey, a real estate agent and designer, as they purchase and renovate dilapidated, Vegas-area desert homes. Last month, HGTV picked up an eighth season of the original Flip or Flop starring divorced… Read


‘MasterChef’ Renewed For Season 10 On Fox


Because Gordon Ramsay apparently isn’t busy enough, Fox has ordered a 10th season of his MasterChef. The renewal of the unscripted hit from Endemol Shine comes ahead of tonight’s Season 9 finale. The network also said today that Natalka Znak (Hardcore Pawn) has joined the show as executive producer. Nationwide casting calls for Season 10 have begun and will continue throughout September as MasterChef looks for the next batch of home cooks to compete for the coveted white… Read


‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ First To Win Best Reality Competition And Best Reality Host Emmys In Same Year

RuPaul's Drag Race Emmys

UPDATED with backstage video: Rupaul's Drag Race won its first Emmy for Best Reality Competition Program on Monday, marking the first time Best Reality-Competition Program and Best Reality Host have gone to the same show in the same year. RuPaul's Drag Race broke into this derby for the first time last year. Gaining steam, the VH1 show doubled its Emmy haul at last weekend's Creative Arts Emmys, bagging four more trophies, including a third consecutive win for host RuPaul… Read


John Legend Joins ‘The Voice’ As Coach For Season 16

John Legend is joining Season 16 of NBC’s hit singing competition The Voice as coach. Legend, who achieved EGOT status this past weekend after winning an Emmy as a producer for Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, will appear on the show’s upcoming spring cycle, joining returning coaches Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, and host Carson Daly. He replaces Jennifer Hudson, who serves as coach on Season 15, which premieres Sept. 24. "John Legend is a… Read


‘Big Brother’ Producers On JC Mounduix Behavior: No Harm, No Foul

Big Brother

In response to online uproar caused by the perceived misbehavior of Big Brother contestant JC Mounduix, the show’s executive producers have issued a statement denying any problem. The CBS reality staple’s current contestants include Mounduix, who has been involved in some incidents before. This time, he was viewed sharing a bed with and kissing Tyler Crispen on the show’s 24/7 online feed. The footage shows him rubbing Crispen’s face and arm, then kissing his armpits. The… Read


‘Big Brother’ Contestant JC Mounduix In Trouble Again

Mon deux!  Once again, Big Brother contestant JC Mounduix is in trouble with his housemates and fans of the show. This time, it’s for footage that shows him kissing another houseguest while that person was sleeping. US Weekly is reporting that Mounduix was sharing a bed and was seen kissing Tyler Crispen on the show’s 24/7 online feed. The footage shows him rubbing Crispen’s face and arm, then kissing his armpits. The next day, Crispen told fellow houseguest Kaycee Clark… Read


Ginuwine Inks With Bungalow Media To Develop Unscripted Series


Ginuwine, fresh off front-of-the-camera stints on Bravo’s docuseries Your Husband Is Cheating on Us and Celebrity Big Brother in the UK, is looking to do more unscripted TV. The R&B star has signed a deal with producer Bungalow Media + Entertainment to develop new projects in the genre. Bungalow’s recent unscripted series include NBC’s Give, PBS’ Landmarks Live in Concert, Travel Channel’s 36 Hours with the New York Times and Cooking Channel’s Big Bad BBQ Brawl. The… Read


‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Alum Alyssa Edwards To Star In ‘Dancing Queen’ Docuseries On Netflix

RuPaul’s Drag Race favorite Alyssa Edwards is heading to Netflix. The Internet TV network has ordered eight episodes of Dancing Queen, a docuseries starring Drag Race alum Edwards, from World of Wonder Productions. It’s set for premiere globally October 5 on Netflix. Dancing Queen is described as a hilarious and heartfelt docuseries set in the dancing, prancing, world of the multi-talented, multi-layered Justin Johnson (aka Drag Superstar Alyssa Edwards), as he juggles… Read


‘Trans Am’ Docuseries Revs Up At Discovery In October

Scott Warmack in ’78 Bandit, and Tod Warmack in new Bandit, before they race.

EXCLUSIVE: One  of America’s great muscle cars is racing back for a Discovery docuseries. The cable net said today that Trans Am, featuring brothers Scott and Tod Warmack, will hit the starting line at 10 PM Tuesday, October 2. Here’s the logline: For decades, no other muscle car ruled the roads like the Trans Am. So when the automotive icon fell into oblivion, car savants Scott and Tod Warmack risked everything to acquire the rights in an attempt to resurrect the… Read