Reviewing The Real L Word, reality tv show about lesbians and their love lives.
On June 20, Showtime unveils The Real L Word, a reality show about the real lives of Los Angeles lesbians. If you think this sounds eerily familiar, you're right. The Real L Word is the reality kid sister of the network's similar, scripted series, The L Word. This "real" version, however, promises to give curious viewers a true-to-life glimpse into the lives of ladies who lust after ladies.
A new reality show on TV Land reunites former couples. Would you give an old flame another chance?
We can't help but remember our first loves, even if we'd rather forget them. Whether it was a high school sweetheart, your first real relationship after college, or the first person you said "I love you" to, chances are that person still holds a powerful spell over you. Now a brand-new TV show is betting on the fact that—if you haven't already found him on Facebook—you'd like the opportunity to reconnect in real life. Or maybe on live TV.
Each Wednesday, "First Love, Second Chance" follows a couple who have decided to reunite and discover whether they still have sparks. OK, we can see the appeal of re-discovering the one who got away, but what would possess someone to do it front of a large chunk of America? We asked a few of the "First Love, Second Chance" cast members to find out—including the pair who got their second go at true love last night.
The women told all, indeed! How to use their TV dating tips to help your real love life.
The women told all, Rozlyn denied everything, and who knows how many production assistants burnt their fingers lighting a hundred, thousand tea lights. Much to our surprise, however, the show yielded some heartfelt, real-world dating tips that could help all of us find love. (Or at least a very, very special connection!) Remember these dating tips the next time you spot that special bachelor or bachelorette.
Find out if you're Snooki, J-WOWW, Sammi Sweetheart, or Angelina.
Remember when everyone was a Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, or Samantha? Well, now that the first season of scandal-fest reality TV Jersey Shore is over, it's high time to see where you would fit in in Guidette World. Maybe you don't wear hair extensions and Ed Hardy makes you hurl, but haven't we all brought home a few grenades? Read on to see whether you're most like Snooki, Sammi, J-WOWW, or Angelina "Jolie."
Say Rozlyn Papa WAS diddling the producer. What's the big deal?
A "Bachelor contestant," Rozlyn Papa, is accused of cheating on Jake Pavelka. What's the big deal? Why is it OK for Jake to romance 25 women with wild abandon while the ladies are expected to sit at home and paint their toenails?
Follow Pep (of Salt-N-Pepa fame) and her friends as she goes on her first date in four years.
For someone who recorded a song called "Let's Talk About Sex," Sandra "Pep" Denton, (of Salt-N-Pepa fame), isn't getting a lot of it. In fact, she hasn't gone on a date, let alone done the deed, in over four years. After suffering a series of bad boyfriends, Pep removed herself from the market in hope that she would magically meet her soul mate. Surprise, surprise, he never made an appearance. "I've had my share of relationships," Pep, 45, laments in the trailer for her new show, Let's Talk About Pep. "But believe it or not, I'm still single! And now I'm ready to get my feet wet again."
Jerry returns to prime time next month with a comedic panel of marriage mediators.
Let the airing of grievances begin! Jerry Seinfeld is returning to NBC in February with a new, unscripted series called The Marriage Ref, serving as co-producer along with Ellen Rakieten (rake it in?) of The Oprah Winfrey Show. Jerry explains that this is "not a therapy show, it's a comedy show," pointing out that some of the funniest TV programs throughout history have been about marriage.
Reality dating show Seducing Cindy will require a sperm sample, gentlemen.
Cindy Margolis is back in the limelight. The internet's most downloaded woman has a television program on Fox, debuting January 30, 201. The show, entitled "Seducing Cindy", chronicles the newly-single Margolis' attempts to find a bloke. And, given her documented fertility issues, she is requiring the gentlemen to produce a sperm sample (in a cup, we guess).
Love blossomed on the ranch during the last nine seasons. Here, our faves.
The season finale of 'The Biggest Loser' had us rooting for everyone. (It's difficult to choose "the best" when every contestant shed so many pounds. Luckily, the scale was impartial and chose Danny.) But even more heart-grabbing was the romance that Alexandra (voted off in week one) and Antoine (voted off in week two) found at the ranch. In fact, the show has produced two marriages and even a baby (take that, Bachelor) and several relationships. Here, our top three 'Biggest Loser' couples.
These couples pulled the plug on their relationships soon after their TV shows went off the air.
A reality show isn't the greatest place to find true love (just ask any of the Flavor of Love/Rock of Love girls, Bachelors and Bachelorettes), and it certainly isn't an ideal environment for an already-in-love couple's relationship to blossom. We're all painfully aware of the destruction reality TV has caused Jon and Kate Gosselin, but let's take a look at some of the other big-time couples who have been cursed by the small screen....Hulk and Linda Hogan, Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson, Kevin Federline and Britney Spears, Peter Andre and Katie Price, Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler...
Jamie Czerniawski was charged with aggravated assault, claims self-defense.
A former participant on ABC's Wife Swap is out on bail after an arrest for stabbing her husband. New Jersey resident Jamie Czerniawski cut husband Charles Czerniawski with a kitchen knife after an argument. The former Miss Teen New Jersey claims that she used the weapon in self-defense as her husband attacked her over some flirty text messages were seen on her phone.