What felt so sweet when "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" brought gay style to straight men becomes borderline offensive in "Girlfriend Intervention," a Lifetime series that enlists a quartet of…
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Fuse will be heading back to the stage with Big Freedia, as the music cabler renews unscripted series “Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce” for a second season. Centered on the world of New Orleans…
Bravo has picked up the keys to a new property — and it’s by the beach. The NBCU cable network is adding to its thriving “Million Dollar Listing” franchise with “Million Dollar Listing Miami,” a…
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…
Fuse has ramped up its original programming with the addition of three hip hop-focused original series, and the renewal of “Warped Roadies” for a second season. The new season of “Roadies” will offer…
AOL, trying to show that big showbiz names will equal big results, said it has served more than 1 million views of premiere episode of Internet original series Nicole Richie's "#CandidlyNicole" in…
AOL is tripling investment in original video programming this year with a slate of 15 new shows, many featuring brand-name entertainment personalities including Sarah Jessica Parker, Hank Azaria…
With tickets and hotel rooms sold out for San Diego Comic-Con this summer, a closer alternative -- produced by the same organizers of SDCC -- is taking place in Anaheim today through Sunday.
After launching a brand of soap, cheese and cookbooks, Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell have savvily turned reality shows into a marketing tool to spotlight their growing business.
World of Wonder celebrated its 21st birthday and its entry into book publishing at Universal Studios' Globe Theater with a spirited holiday party and a red carpet.
Many of the shingle's series give emotional weight to those who have been marginalized