Tonight the worst thing in the world is happening. Forget Iran and its nuclear missiles. Forget the terrible threat of everyone getting healthcare. Those are small potatoes compared to what's going down on television. Both The Hills and The City are coming back tonight to make us shudder and weep and fear for the future of this country. It's going to be horrible. And yet, I'm going to watch. Why? Why do I keep doing this to myself?
The Hills are alive… without the sound of Lauren Conrad's stream of semi-consciousness. MTV announced that it is continuing on with a fifth season of The Hills despite its main star opting out of the "reality" show.
In terms of television shows getting recently renewed, it doesn't get much yinnier and yangier than the two granted additional seasons over the past two days.
AMC, which broke into the original programming business with the Golden-Globe-winning Mad Men, today gave its second original program a thumbs-up for an additional season. Breaking Bad, starring Malcolm in the Middle's Brian Cranston, will return for a sophomore season, says TVWeek.
Season two will be 13 episodes long, up from the seven-episode premiere season. AMC has not yet announced when season two will debut.
In the dark comedy/drama Breaking Bad, Cranston plays Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with cancer. Reaching his breaking point with life, his work, and his family, he begins to make crystal meth with a dealer and junkie played by Aaron Paul ...Read more
Overexposure is a word that should be reserved for special situations. This is one of those situations. The Hills "stars" Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt will be furthering their overexposure with a guest stint on CBS's comedy How I Met Your Mother.
From Brad and Angelina to J-Lo and Puff Daddy (remember?), people have always been fascinated by celebrity couples. In the case of Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, you either love them or you hate them. The pair has been making headlines since they joined forces on The Hills by getting in some nasty catfights, making some YouTube-friendly music videos, and almost getting married (twice).
The Hills follows Laguna Beach's Lauren "LC" Conrad as she moves to L.A. to attend college at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. In The Hills, Lauren gets a job as an intern at the popular magazine Teen Vogue. The show focuses on the challenges Lauren faces while she is trying to juggle work, school, and relationships. After four seasons and some major drama Whitney decided to leave for New York City and her own show, The City.moreless