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Spike TV is pouring around round of biz makeover show “Bar Rescue,” ordering 20 more episodes of the reality skein. From Eyeworks USA, “Bar Rescue” features bar and nightlife expert Jon Taffer as he…
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ABC opted to go with the title “Splash” instead of the more self-explanatory “Celebrity Diving,” perhaps because a close reading of FDA guidelines would prohibit using the term “celebrity” with this…
TV Land has added Ashton Kutcher's reality series "Forever Young" to its lineup, slating the show for spring.
ABC has given a series order to an aquatic competition series from Eyeworks USA dubbed ''Celebrity Splash.''
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Animal Planet has ordered new seasons of Saturday primetime series "Pit Boss," My Cat From Hell" and "Pit Bulls and Parolees."
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Lifetime is putting Roseanne Barr out to pasture -- on a reality skein to be shot on her farm in Hawaii.
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