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A comprehensive list of which TV shows are returning next season, which shows have been canceled, and which shows are still in limbo.
Can you believe we found five things we hate more than holiday travel? Here's what we liked and disliked about TV this week.
If you were one of the slightly-more-than one million people who happened to watch last week's episode of The Beautiful Life, I have some sad news for you. That was the last episode that will ever air on television, for The Beautiful Life is no more.
Everyone loves models. Everyone loves models because they are beautiful and skinny and better than you. They lead such interesting, champagne-splattered lives don't they? Erm, well, the CW sure hopes you think so. Because they now have not one but two model-themed shows, America's Next Top Model and The Beautiful Life (refuse to add that ridiculous TBL thing) airing on Wednesday nights. And I, my friends, struggled through both of them.
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TV.com's daily news round-up for Tuesday, September 15.
CW, you're a breath of fresh air in the broadcast television industry. While other networks pretend to be things they aren't, you're like a 300-pound woman in a tubetop with her thong sticking out -- you are who you are, and that's beautiful.
If June was a month of celebrity deaths, July is shaping up to be a month of celebrity illnesses. Earlier this week, actress Maura Tierney discovered a lump in her breast, which has postponed the production of her upcoming NBC show Parenthood. Now, there's word that Mischa Barton has been hospitalized, threatening her participation in another new program.
The CW network has just announced its fall TV lineup, scheduled to begin on Tuesday, Sept. 8 with the season premiere of 90210 at 8 p.m. Fans of Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill will only have to adjust their schedules by one hour; the season premieres are set for Monday, Sept. 14 but the time slots have been switched. One Tree Hill will air at 8 p.m. and Gossip Girl at 9 p.m. The network will also debut three new prime time series. Here's the scoop on the CW's new additions:
If there's one thing that's for sure during this busy week of networks announcing their schedules, you better be smokin' hot if you want a shot at The CW's lineup. The network made its three pickups, leaving little to the imagination.
While most networks have pilot projects at each other's throats vying for a spot on the schedule, the CW's forecast was pretty clear--let's give the
advertisers kids what they want! That meant prepping a Melrose Place remake, a vampire drama, and a Gossip Girl spinoff. Easiest scheduling decision ever, right?
On paper, the CW's The Beautiful Life seems like a totally generic "pretty people in a drama" type of television show. From Ashton Kutcher's production company, The Beautiful Life is the ultimate gratuitous fleshfest--the premise sees a group of models living together in a New York City apartment.
Like her or loathe her (count me leaning towards the latter), Mischa Barton is returning to television. The 23-year-old actress has signed on to play a major role in the upcoming CW drama The Beautiful Life, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The network known for hot young actresses and hot young models is developing a pair of shows about hot young actresses and hot young models. Genius!!!
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