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With the Super Bowl less than three weeks away and pre-game partying a high priority, Travel Channel has greenlit unscripted skein "Tailgate Takeover."
Travel Channel unleashed a slew of primetime greenlights Tuesday, giving the go-ahead to six new reality shows.
The recent blow-up between Anthony Bourdain and Travel Channel over the cabler's use of his voice and likeness in an ad for Cadillac illustrates an issue that's become a growing point of contention…
Bret Michaels will continue his foray in the unscripted space, inking a talent deal with Travel Channel to host new series "Rock My RV."
Travel Channel continues to invest in its unscripted slate, greenlighting three new half-hour series. Cabler has ordered six episodes of each skein.
Travel Channel has greenlit second seasons of "Hotel Impossible" and "Baggage Battles."
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