Monday, November 1, 2010

Steve Sanders Sells Cosmetics; Teen Moms Profit

by Amy K. Bredemeyer

Okay, folks. I wanted to let you guys know that I'm now living in the Pacific Time Zone, so stuff may get posted at times more aligned with my new awake/asleep times, LoL. Now, I did collect some great bits of info over the weekend and I wanted to share those with you. :)

ABC's The Whole Truth was canceled, and most of the world probably heard it first from Twitter.

The DIY Network (yeah, I've never seen it, either) has given The Vanilla Ice Project a second season. This is really only interesting to me because the guy is in Port St. Lucie every now and then (the show focuses on his just-outside-Palm Beach estate)... my brother has seen him at Duffy's at least three times, LoL.

Ian Ziering (aka Steve from the original 90210) is now selling cosmetics. AND he hopes to start a reality show where he helps people come up with good marriage proposals, LoL.

Apparently Joan Rivers wanted that Snickers commercial that Betty White did for last year's SuperBowl. In fact, Joan called Betty a b!tch who is stealing work from her.

The folks over on Teen Mom make between $60,000 and $65,000 per season. Not a ton of money, and nowhere near the amount the Jersey Shore fools make, but they are pulling in some real dough. My question is, how much of Amber's portion actually goes to Gary, or how does that work, LoL??

Not that I've ever seen it, but HBO's Big Love will be starting its final season on January 16th.

CBS is starting another reality show, this time it's Live to Dance, and will feature Paula Abdul. Starts Tuesday, January 4th.

For some reason, TLC's Sister Wives got renewed for a second season. How have they not been arrested yet? Is polygamy no big deal anymore?

Whoa, whoa, whoa... Susan Boyle can now be called SuBo??!? Regardless, the woman is getting a guest spot on Glee's holiday episode.

Kung Fu Panda is going to be a balloon in this year's Macy*s!!

Who knows who is going to be receiving OWN, Oprah's new channel? But, for those who might be curious to learn more about it, there is now information available about the early programming plan. Don't forget, it goes live at noon on January 1st, 2011.

Three holiday episodes are coming for Minute to Win It. They're going to air on December 7th, 14th, and 21st. 8pm all three nights.

Cake Boss's mini-spin-off, Cake Boss: Next Great Baker, is going full force now. They've got 10 contestants to play the 8-week series of challenges, trying to win $50,000 and the chance to work with Buddy. It starts December 6th at 9pm.

Silly ABCFamily and their constant updates on ideas for television series. This time around it's developing something based on the 1998 film, Practical Magic. Apparently, this is not the first time somebody has tried to make a show out of this film-based-on-a-novel, but the last attempt never got off the ground.
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