Netflix has ordered eight new episodes of seminal ’00s hit “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.” The new season will begin production in the spring, bringing on a new Fab Five to replace original stars…
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“Queer Eye” fans, Bravo has a treat for you. The NBCU cabler has set a reunion special for groundbreaking makeover show “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.” Hosted by Andy Cohen, special will bring back…
Bravo has ordered a second season of reality show “Below Deck.” Renewal arrives after the season finale, which aired August 26, drew 1.8 million total viewers, and almost a million in the coveted…
When "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" premiered in July 2003, most of the attention was focused on what was then a daring hook: Each week, five gay men — Carson Kressley, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas…
In the latest development in the throw-it-at-the-wall-to-see-what-sticks social TV arena, NBCUniversal's Bravo plans to use a new chat feature of Zeebox's second-screen app to promote live fan…
Lifetime has tapped Bravo Media exec Eli Lehrer as head of unscripted development. Lehrer will move to Lifetime as senior veep and head of non-fiction development starting July 8. He’ll be based in…
Fashionistas be forewarned: TLC's makeover series "What Not To Wear" is coming to a close after ten seasons and will end its run this summer. Skein, which bowed in 2003 and is produced by BBC…
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