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Mariah Carey can’t bathe like a normal person
Carey relaxes from a long night at the studio by sinking into a bubble bath.
1325 points by New York Post | Mariah Carey Television Reality television Television program United States Michael Jackson America's Next Top Model Whitney Houston
Nyle DiMarco is a reality-TV champion, twice over, and a role model
Model and actor Nyle DiMarco, who won AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL in December, then DANCING WITH THE STARS in May, as a deaf man, is guest hosting Chippendales at The Rio from Sept. 22-Oct. 16.
58 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Sign language America's Next Top Model Deaf culture Las Vegas Strip Tyra Banks American Sign Language Las Vegas Boulevard Hearing impairment
Fall TV preview 2016: 34 shows that won't be back
Although the networks canceled 37 shows last season, three of them will get new life on another channel. CLEVELAND, Ohio - Before considering what's new this fall, here's a quick rundown on the series that won't be returning. Among the long-running shows dumped by networks were Fox's once-dominant "American Idol," ABC's "Castle" and CBS' "The Good Wife." Although the five broadcast networks announced the cancellations of 37 series in May, three of them have been given new leases on prime-time life. "Supergirl," grounded by CBS, is flying over to the CW, where it will get the 8 p.m. Monday spot. "America's Top Model," given the boot by the CW, will hit the runway on cable's VH1. And "Nashville," let go after four ABC seasons, will return on CMT in January. Some landmarks here. This will be the first midseason in 13 years without the January return of "American Idol," which ended its run in April. This will be the first season in 16 years without a "CSI" drama on CBS. Then, of course there were the dismal rookie shows that mercifully ejected from the prime-time realm: ABC's "The Muppets," CBS' "Angel from Hell," Fox's "Minority Report," NBC's "Truth Be Told." If you don't remember these, just remember that they were eminently forgettable. Here is the complete list of the shows that won't be back on the networks this season: ABC: "Agent Carter," "Blood & Oil," "Castle," "Galavant," "The Muppets," "Nashville" (moving to CMT, with fifth season starting Jan. 5), "Of King and Prophets," "Wicked City." CBS: "Angel From Hell," "CSI: Cyber," "The Good Wife," "Limitless," "Mike & Molly," "Person of Interest," "Rush Hour," "Supergirl" (moving to the CW). Fox: "American Idol," "Bordertown," "Cooper Barrett's Guide to the Universe," "Grandfathered," "The Grinder," "Minority Report," "Second Chance." NBC: "Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris," "The Carmichael Show," "Crowded," "Hannibal," "Heartbeat," "Heroes Reborn," "The Mysteries of Laura," "The Player," "Telenovela," "Truth Be Told," "Undateable," "You, Me and the Apocalypse." The CW: "America's Next Top Model" (picked up by VH1), "Beauty and the Beast," "Containment" Note: The reality shows listed are confirmed as canceled. Others are not listed on "what's gone" lists, however, because they're easy to revive, and some that aren't on the fall schedule or midseason lists may return eventually.
1 points by The Plain Dealer | America's Next Top Model Fox Broadcasting Company Reality television CBS The CW Television Network NBC Television network Neil Patrick Harris
Trump: Schwarzenegger was bad as California governor and on TV, 'but at least he tried hard'
Trump to order review of financial rules Feb. 3, 2017, 5:24 a.m. This is our look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: The president is targeting regulations put in place by the Obama administration Trump says Schwarzenegger was a bad California governor How Trump is...
33 points by Los Angeles Times | Television Reality television Television program Governor of California America's Next Top Model Arnold Schwarzenegger Product placement American Broadcasting Company
‘Duck Dynasty’ to End After Current Season on A&E
“Duck Dynasty” is coming to an end. The A&E reality show, revolving around the Robertson family, will wrap up after its current 11th season, which premiered tonight. Ending the show was a joint decision between the cast and the network. Knowing that the series would be coming to an end, the Robertson family decided to... Read more »
2457 points by Variety | Television America's Next Top Model The Final Reality television