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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…
Another sitcom-style reality show, steeped in stereotypical images of "trailer-park trash" as its spine.
TLC has renewed "Toddlers & Tiaras" for a sixth season, and tacked on an additional eight hourlong episodes to "Cheer Perfection's" frosh run.
TLC is breaking into the biz makeover genre in reality TV, with a sweet twist.
TLC has not missed a beat when it comes to Kate Middleton's pregnancy across the pond, announcing one-off spesh "William and Kate: A Royal Baby Story."
TLC has found itself in hot water over allegations that its latest reality skein, "Breaking Amish," may be a fraud.
TLC is launching an online-only event for its long-running hit "What Not to Wear" that offers a new take on TV and social media synergy: During the show's first-ever studio-audience taping, fans will…