Wednesday, March 31, 2010


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Two  long-running series hit milestones this month when 'Bones' achieves it's centennial and 'South Park' doubles up that achievement with episode 200. Fans of NBC's 'Merlin' will be pleased to know that the second season of the popular British series launches this month (April 2) on Syfy.
Both MTV's 'The Hills' and Showtime's 'The Tudors' premiere their final seasons, while 'Ugly Betty' signs off for good. TNT wraps their run of 'Southland,' awaiting ratings results to make any decision on renewal.

With spring upon us, most of the network shows are heading toward their season finales, while a few, like 'Glee' and 'Fringe,' are returning from long breaks. Keep track of all the television comings and goings with our April guide.

Thursday, April 1
'Beasts of the Bible' (Animal Planet) special presentation
'Bones' (FOX) 5th season mid-season premiere
'Model City' (Centric) 1st season finale
'Food Tech' (History) 1st season finale
'Fringe' (FOX) 2nd season mid-season premiere
'Fugitive Chronicles' (A&E) series premiere

Friday, April 2
'Wife Swap' (ABC) 6th season premiere
'Stargate Universe' (Syfy) 1st season mid-season premiere
'Merlin' (Syfy) 2nd season premiere
'Miami Medical' (CBS) series premiere

Saturday, April 3
no premieres or finales

Sunday, April 4
'Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom' (Animal Planet) 8th season premiere
'Sunday Best' (BET) 3rd season premiere
'Your Kid Ate What? Brush With Death' (TLC) special presentation
'The Man with Half a Body' (TLC) special presentation
'Tool Academy' (VH1) 3rd season finale
Deadliest Catch: Best of Season 5: King Crab' (Discovery) special presentation
'How to Make It in America' (HBO) 1st season finale

Monday, April 5
'Little People, Big World' (TLC) 6th season mid-season premiere
'NCAA Men's Championship' (CBS) special presentation
'Celebrity Fit Club' (VH1) 7th season finale
'Expedition Wild with Casey Anderson' (National Geographic Wild) series premiere
'Intervention' (A&E) 8th season mid-season premiere
'American Pickers' (History) 1st season finale
'Christian Siriano; Having a Moment' (Bravo) special presentation
'Mystery Gorillas with Mireya Mayor' (National Geographic Wild) special presentation
'Runaway Squad' (A&E) series premiere
'Tori & Dean' (Oxygen) 5th season premiere

Tuesday, April 6
'Madman of the Sea' (Animal Planet) 1st season finale
'Dad's in Heaven with Nixon' (Showtime) special presentation
'How the States Got Their Shapes' (History) special presentation
'Chopped' (Food) 4th season premiere
'Little Miss Perfect' (We) 2nd season finale
'The Michael Vick Project' (BET) 1st season finale
'Southland' (TNT) 2nd season finale

Wednesday, April 7
'Peep Show' (BBC America) 3rd season premiere
'That Mitchell & Webb Look' (BBC America) 3rd season premiere
'Being Erica' (SOAPNet) 2nd season finale
'The Real World/Road Rules Challenge' (MTV) 19th season finale
'Shear Genius' (Bravo) 3rd season finale
'Top Chef Masters' (Bravo) 2nd season premiere

Thursday, April 8
'Bones' (FOX) 100th episode
'Keeping Up with the Joneses' (Centric) series premiere
'LisaRaye: The Real McCoy' (TV One) series premiere
'The Marriage Ref' (NBC) 1st season finale

Friday, April 9
'Gator 911' (CMT) series premiere
'Danger Coast' (CMT) series premiere
'Private Chefs of Beverly Hills' (Food) series premiere
'The Message' (TLC) special presentation
'Friday Night Alright' (VH1) 1st season finale
'The Awkward Comedy Show' (Comedy Central) special presentation

Saturday, April 10'NASCAR Phoenix 500' (FOX) special presentation
'At Risk' (Lifetime) special presentation
'Lies Between Friends' (Hallmark) special presentation
'Mega Piranha' (Syfy) special presentation
'24/7: Mayweather/Mosley' (HBO) 9th season premiere
'That Metal Show' (VH1 Classic) 4th season finale

Sunday, April 11
'Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business' (VH1) series premiere
'The Tudors' (Showtime) 4th season premiere
'Undercover Boss' (NBC) 1st season finale
'Army Wives' (Lifetime) 4th season premiere
'Basketball Wives' (VH1) series premiere
'Deadliest Catch: Best of Season 5: Opilio Crab' (Discovery) special presentation
'Treme' (HBO) series premiere
'What Chilli Wants' (VH1) series premiere
'Madhouse' (History) 1st season finale

Monday, April 12
'Life Unexpected' (The CW) 1st season finale
'Tough Love: Couples' (VH1) series premiere
'Double Exposure' (Bravo) series premiere
'Africa's Lost Eden' (National Geographic Wild) special presentation

Tuesday, April 13
'Deadliest Catch' (Discovery) 6th season premiere
'Melrose Place' (The CW) 1st season finale
'Glee' (FOX) 1st season mid-season premiere
'The Big Gay Sketch Show' (Logo) 3rd season premiere
'Construction Intervention' (Discovery) 6th season premiere
'Millionaire Matchmaker' (Bravo) 3rd season finale
'Tiny & Toya' (BET) 2nd season premiere
'9 by Design' (Bravo) series premiere

Wednesday, April 14
'Human Target' (FOX) 1st season finale
'First Love, Second Chance' (TV Land) 1st season finale
'The Robert Verdi Show Starring Robert Verdi' (Logo) 1st season finale
'South Park' (Comedy Central) 200th episode
'Ugly Betty' (ABC) series finale

Thursday, April 15
'SNL in the 2000s' (NBC) special presentation
'Weird, True & Freaky' (Animal Planet) 2nd season mid-season premiere

Friday, April 16
'The Sarah Silverman Program' (Comedy Central) 3rd season finale
'Important Things with Demetri Martin' (Comedy Central) 2nd season finale
'Secrets of the Mountain' (NBC) special presentation
'Chandon Pictures' (Sundance) 1st season finale
'Spartacus: Blood & Sand' (Starz) 1st season finale

Saturday, April 17
'Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide' (BBC America) special presentation
'Strikeforce' (CBS) special presentation
'Doctor Who' (BBC America) 5th season premiere
'The Front' (Lifetime) special presentation
'The Graham Norton Show' (BBC America) 7th season premiere

Sunday, April 18
'Riverworld' (Syfy) special presentation
'Beauty & the Briefcase' (ABC Family) special presentation
'The 45th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards' (CBS) special presentation
'The Emeril Lagasse Show' (Ion) series premiere
'Accidental Fortune' (TLC) special presentation
'Ultimate Recipe Showdown' (Food) 3rd season finale
'Chefs vs. City' (Food) 2nd season premiere
'Life' (Discovery) 1st season finale
'On the Case with Paula Zahn' (ID) 2nd season premiere

Monday, April 19
'Shark Island with Enric Sala' (National Geographic Wild) special presentation
'Untamed & Uncut' (Animal Planet) 2nd season mid-season premiere
'Friday Night with Jonathan Ross: Top Gear Special' (BBC America) special presentation
'Damages' (FX) 3rd season finale
'Dhani Tackles the Globe' (Travel) 2nd season premiere

Tuesday, April 20
'Deadliest Warrior: Back for Blood' (Spike) special presentation
'The Lazy Environmentalist' (Sundance) 2nd season premiere
'Hunt for the Giant Octopus' (National Geographic Wild) special presentation
'16 & Pregnant' (MTV) 2nd season finale
'Deadliest Warrior' (Spike) 2nd season premiere

Wednesday, April 21
'Accidentally on Purpose' (CBS) 1st season finale
'Addicted' (TLC) 1st season finale
'Destination Truth' (Syfy) 3rd season finale
'The Locator' (We) 4th season finale

Thursday, April 22
no premieres or finales

Friday, April 23
'Ben 10: Ultimate Alien' (Cartoon Network) series premiere
'Who Do You Think You Are?' (NBC) 1st season finale
'Generator Rex' (Cartoon Network) series premiere
'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution' (ABC) 1st season finale
'Say Yes to the Dress' (TLC) 5th season premiere
'American Loggers' (Discovery) 1st season finale
'Party Down' (Starz) 2nd season premiere
'Gravity' (Starz) series premiere

Saturday, April 24
'The Wild Girl' (Hallmark) special presentation
'The Guard' (Ion) 1st season finale
'Mothman' (Syfy) special presentation
'You Don't Know Jack' (HBO) special presentation
'The Guard' (Ion) 2nd season premiere
'The Wanda Sykes Show' (FOX) 1st season finale

Sunday, April 25
'Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking' (Discovery) series premiere
'Minute to Win It' (NBC) 1st season finale
'America: The Story of Us' (History) series premiere
'River Monsters' (Animal Planet) 2nd season premiere
'2010 TV Land Awards' (TV Land) special presentation
'When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story' (CBS) special presentation
'Girl Meets Gown' (We) series premiere

Monday, April 26
'One Tree Hill' (The CW) 7th season mid-season premiere
'Top Gear' (BBC America) 14th season finale
'Donald J. Trump's Fabulous World of Golf' (Golf) series premiere
'Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmerman' (5th season premiere)
'My Life Is a Zoo' (National Geographic Wild) special presentation
'Runaway Squad' (A&E) 1st season finale

Tuesday, April 27
'Food Party' (IFC) 2nd season premiere
'The Hills' (MTV) 6th season premiere
'The City' (MTV) 2nd season premiere
'Dinner with the Band' (IFC) 2nd season premiere

Wednesday, April 28
'High Society' (The CW) 1st season finale
'Happy Town' (ABC) series premiere
'Police Women of Maricopa: Behind Bars' (TLC) special presentation
'South Park' (Comedy Central) 14th season mid-season finale
'Sunset Daze' (We) series premiere
'Underbelly' (DirecTV) 1st season finale
'Ugly Americans' (Comedy Central) 1st season finale

Thursday, April 29
'Bullrun' (Speed) 3rd season finale

Friday, April 30
'Friday Night Lights' (NBC) 4th season premiere
'24/7: Mayweather/Mosley' (HBO) 9th season finale
'I Shouldn't Be Alive' (Animal Planet) 3rd season finale
'The Life & Times of Tim' (HBO) 2nd season finale
'Swamp Loggers' (Discovery) 2nd season mid-season premiere


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Calling all Gleeks: Would you like to be a member of New Directions?
The executive producers of Glee are launching an online casting call for talented newcomers and professionals to join the show's second season. Anyone between the ages of 16 and 26 can submit an audition video on MySpace.

Glee gives back to charity with early premiere screenings

Video submissions must be shorter than five minutes and include an introduction that explains why entrants want to be on the award-winning series. Oh, and then there's the singing part: Submissions must include a performance of one of Glee's top 10 hits, which include "True Colors" and "Lean on Me."

"Glee" returns Tuesday, April 13 at 9:28/8:28c on Fox.


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ABC announced Tuesday that "Castle" has been renewed for a full 22-episode third season




"Burn Notice" and "Royal Pain" returns  this summer to the  USA  network lineup, Thursday, June 3

Tuesday, March 30, 2010


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Hey everyone!  Miss TV Girl is offering a great giveaway contest for fans of the ABC Family hit " 10 Things I Hate About You". We  have one "10 Things I Hate About You" Volume 1 DVD and one Poster for two very lucky, random fans.

To enter,  please email  or leave a comment with your email address, stating why you'd like to win the above DVD or Poster.  Miss TV Girl will randomly select two winners. Your submission must be left by Friday, April 1st, 9:00PM Eastern Time.

Please remember to watch all new episodes of "10 Things I Hate About You" starting Monday, March 29th at 8/7c on ABC Family.

You can also follow this great show at its official website(,  Facebook(, and Twitter handle (

The above prizes are provided by ABC family for the purpose of this contest.

This contest is open to US residents only.


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ABC Family announced the pick-up of "Melissa & Joey." The series has been given a 10-episode order and is scheduled to premiere in 2010.
"Melissa & Joey," a half-hour multi-cam comedy with Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence executive producing and starring, finds Hart portraying Mel, the grown-up former wild child of a political family who is now a local politician herself. When her sister ends up in prison and brother-in-law flees after a scandal hits, Mel must take responsibility for her teenaged niece Lennox and pre-adolescent nephew Ryder. Spread too thin to manage by herself, help comes in the unlikely form of Joe (Lawrence) who, desperate for a job, moves in and becomes the family's "manny."

David Kendall & Bob Young are executive producers and writers; Paula Hart also serves as executive producer.


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"V" returns tonight and for the fans who do continue to watch the show, there will be three new characters added for you. Nicholas Lea, who played bad guy Krycek on 'The X-Files,' has been added as Erica's (Elizabeth Mitchell's) ex-husband. Lexa Doig (remember 'Andromeda?' I loved the first season of that show) will play a doctor who is treating Valerie. And Charles Mesure ('Crossing Jordan,' 'Xena') will play a military guy who helps the Resistance.


"The Tudors" officially returns for its fourth and final season on Sun. April 11 at 9 p.m., but Showtime has posted the full episode on YouTube for viewing now.


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A new era of the BAFTA-winning series, Doctor Who, begins April 17 on BBC AMERICA. The iconic series, which has delivered BBC AMERICA's highest-ever ratings, continues its tradition of rebooting with new lead actors and creative team. Matt Smith debuts as the new, Eleventh incarnation of the famous Time Lord alongside a new travelling companion, the enigmatic Amy Pond (Karen Gillan).
Doctor Who premieres Saturday, April 17, 9:00p.m. ET/PT. Doctor Who premiere episode is an extended version with limited commercial interruption.
Just in time for the U.S. premiere of Doctor Who, journey into the Doctor Who universe with BBC AMERICA's original program, Doctor Who: Who is the Doctor? The program is an original, all-access look inside the universe of the world's biggest, most successful sci-fi television program.
Doctor Who: Who Is The Doctor premieres Saturday, April 17, 8:00 p.m. ET/PT
Award-winning comedy, Peep Show, from David Mitchell and Robert Webb (That Mitchell and Webb Look) returns to BBC AMERICA with new antics and hilarious dialogue as two dysfunctional roommates try to balance life and love while sharing an apartment in London. In its unique, story-telling way, Peep Show reveals the deepest, darkest inner thoughts of the roommates - Mark (David Mitchell), a sensible, professional man who is the polar opposite to his roommate Jeremy, a lazy, wannabe pop star (Robert Webb) - as they go about their day. The new seasons find Jeremy back in the life of his ex-girlfriend and embarking on a series of misjudged relationships and Mark finally winning the heart of his dream girl which could possibly lead to a walk down the aisle.
Peep Show premieres Wednesday, April 7, 9:00 p.m. ET/PT and moves to 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on April 28.
The outrageous, award-winning sketch show from Peep Show duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb, That Mitchell and Webb Look, returns for a U.S. premiere season on BBC AMERICA. Known for its strange yet wonderful and beloved characters, That Mitchell and Webb Look continues the tradition of hilarious sketches including the return of Sir Digby Chicken Caesar and Ginger, the drunken, super-sleuths fighting for truth and justice against sinister forces, the return of Britain's least successful Snooker Commentators Ted and Peter and the return of Numberwang, everyone's favorite quiz show that nobody really understands. This season also features new characters and sketches including a post apocalypse game show, Captain Todger the world's most politically incorrect superhero, a painfully honest yet hilarious best man speech and an Alcoholic Bed and Breakfast.
That Mitchell and Webb Look premieres Wednesday, April 7, 9:30 p.m. ET/PT and moves to 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on April 28.
The Graham Norton Show is back with the U.S. premiere of its seventh season on BBC AMERICA as host Graham Norton continues to merge pop culture, celebrity gossip and humor in his multi-award winning comedy chat show. Last season featured guests Robert Downey Jr, Ricky Gervais, David Tennant, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, 50 Cent, Rod Stewart and this season continues Norton's tradition of bringing even bigger Hollywood and Britain's A-list celebrities to the couch every week.
The Graham Norton Show premieres Saturday, April 17, 10:07 p.m. ET/PT and every Saturday following at its regular time of 10:00 p.m. ET/PT
The Friday Night with Jonathan Ross Top Gear Special features past interviews from previous seasons of Friday Night with Jonathan Ross with Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May. May takes a trip down memory lane with Ross as he revisits his trip to the Edge of Space while Clarkson and Ross go back to 1991 via a particularly embarrassing Top Gear video clip.
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross Top Gear Special premieres Monday, April 19, 9:40 p.m. ET/PT
The breathtaking natural history programming from BBC EARTH presents an afternoon of incredible specials every Sunday beginning April 4 with extended versions of three new incredible specials - including the BBC AMERICA premieres of Amazon: Super River, Cheetahs: Fast Track to Freedom and U.S. premiere of Elephants of Samburu.
This is the story of a river that almost splits a continent in half and contains a fifth of all the river water on the planet. With the help of the best of wildlife imagery, fantastic aerial and space photography, and new-look visual effects, Amazon: Super River takes the ultimate look at the biggest river system on the planet, from its primordial origins to the life that now survives there. The river's animals and plants have evolved to cope with its elements from melted ice, torrential rain, fierce rapids and extreme floods. Make an impossible journey from the Andes to the Atlantic and explore the untameable, super force - the most diverse and biggest rainforest on earth, The Amazon.
Amazon: Super River premieres Sunday, April 25, 5:00 p.m. ET/PT
This is the tale of two orphaned cheetah cubs, Sambu and Toki, and the task of transforming them from tame loveable kittens into bold, powerful hunters of the wild. It is a daunting task. Through the cheetahs hardships, a stroke of remarkable good luck delivered them into the care of The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Here, the task of Simon King's, a wildlife filmmaker with many years experience of working with cheetahs was to ensure the survival of these two hapless creatures. Using a vocal and physical language that King observed wild cheetahs using, he hopes to teach Sambu and Toki to survive and give them the best possible chance. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is full of Africa's most impressive and dangerous animals from temperamental black rhinos to suspicious lions and the cheetahs lessons will be tested. King has to take a back seat and force the cubs' natural hunting instincts in hopes of surviving their environment and becoming fully independent.
Cheetahs: Fast Track to Freedom premieres Sunday, April 25, 6:00 p.m. ET/PT
Saba Douglas Hamilton, who grew up among Africa's elephants, is on home ground as she opens up their world. She encounters rivalry and passion as she visits old friends, the elephants in Kenya's Samburu reserve. The biggest male in the park fights over a female, a baby elephant is washed away in a flooded river and an orphaned elephant is found starving, alone and in need of rescue.
Elephants of Samburu premieres Sunday, April 25, 7:00 p.m. ET/PT
Renowned chef Gordon Ramsay dishes out a heavy serving of tough love as he turns around failing restaurants on both sides of the Atlantic in this Kitchen Nightmares marathon.
Kitchen Nightmares Sunday airs Sunday, April 4, starting at 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT
Revealing Sunday features the "best of" BBC AMERICA Reveals from people who risk their health to lose weight, a woman's club who campaign for the legalization of the world's oldest sex profession, to the highs and lows of life as a stoner.
Revealing Sunday airs Sunday, April 11, starting at 1:00 p.m. ET/ 10:00 a.m. PT
As BBC AMERICA anxiously awaits science fiction television's most anticipated event of the year - Matt Smith making his debut as the new Doctor Who, get ready for the big event by catching up on all the Doctor's recent adventures and specials, in this all-day marathon.
Waiting for the Doctor airs all day Saturday, April 17
Please note beginning Monday, April 26, at 6:00 a.m. ET, BBC AMERICA will become a dual-feed network, with programming airing at the same time in both the Eastern and Pacific time zones. In conjunction with this switchover, we are modifying our primetime and late night schedule on weeknights, pre-empting the 10:00 p.m. episode of BBC World News America. There will be no changes to the weekend primetime schedules.
Other series that will continue to premiere new episodes during April include:
Mondays: Top Gear
Tuesdays: Survivors
Fridays: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

Monday, March 29, 2010


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Beauty, success, money... Chilli has everything she's ever wanted, except a good man. Her friends say she is single because her "Chilli's Checklist," a catalog of standards and traits any potential dating prospect must meet, is too high and unrealistic. According to the expansive list, he must have eight-pack abs, a gorgeous face, has to be funny (like Marlon Wayans funny), has to love kids, has to be religious, can't smoke, can't drink, and can't eat pork, just to name a few.

Now, as a last resort, Chilli has enlisted the help of relationship expert Tionna Smalls. Over the course of eight weeks, Tionna will break down Chilli's impossible criteria and the emotions behind them, introduce her to hundreds of men and hopefully find her that perfect guy. Find out "What Chilli Wants" during the series premiere on VH1 Sunday, April 11 at 10:30 PM*.

Saturday, March 27, 2010


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Army Wives, cable's #1 rated drama series among Women 18-49, will return for its fourth season with 18 all-new episodes set to premiere on Sunday, April 11, 2010, at 10 pm (ET/PT) on Lifetime Television.
The most successful series in Lifetime's 25-year history, Army Wives' remarkable third season was the highest-rated season in the series' history among Total Viewers, Adults 18+ and Women 25-34 and the most watched season in its history among Women 25-34. In addition, Army Wives has been the highest-rated original drama on ad-supported cable among Women 18-49 for two consecutive years.
"Next season of Army Wives promises to be one of its best ever and we are very excited to bring it back to Lifetime's viewers in April," said JoAnn Alfano, Executive Vice President, Entertainment, of Lifetime Networks. "Scheduling Army Wives' return for the spring falls in line with our strategy to provide our audience with a steady stream of original programming year-round."
Army Wives follows the struggles, dreams and friendships of a diverse group of women and one man living with their spouses and families on an active army post. The series films in Charleston, South Carolina and stars Kim Delaney, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh, Brian McNamara, Sterling K. Brown, Wendy Davis, Drew Fuller, Terry Serpico, Katelyn Pippy and Catherine Bell.
Army Wives is produced by ABC


Julianne Moore on As the World Turns
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Julianne Moore has filmed her cameo appearance on "As the World Turns".

Moore will reprise her character of Frannie Hughes on the April 5 episode, who returns to Oakdale for her father and stepmother's anniversary party.

Moore played Frannie (and her half-sister Sabrina) on "ATWT" from 1985-88, winning a Daytime Emmy for the role in her final year on the show.  Since leaving the soap opera she has gone on to have a very successful movie career, garnering four Oscar nominations and six Golden Globe nominatons, including one for this year's criticaly acclaimed "A Single Man"

"As the World Turns" will end its 54-year run on CBS later this year.


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TLC's hit series LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD continues its fifth season with 20 all-new episodes. From a family trip to Europe to the biggest pumpkin season ever, the Roloff family is back with new adventures starting with back-to-back premieres on Monday, April 5 at 8 & 8:30pm ET/PT. The spring season includes the series' milestone 200th episode.
The current season of LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD has been a fan-favorite, with an average of 1.8 million viewers per episode and ratings up double digits from season four.
The premiere episodes kick off with twins Zach and Jeremy, recently graduated from high school, taking off on their own for a European backpacking adventure. Soon, the rest of the Roloffs join for a full family vacation that includes visits to Italy and France.
Life continues when the family returns home, as Molly turns sweet sixteen and goes for her driver's license, and the twins figure out what's next post-graduation. Meanwhile, Zach and his all-star team of little people athletes competing at the World Dwarf Games in Northern Ireland (which will be the 200th episode) - but Matt and Amy butt heads over team management.

Amy also focuses on her non-profit foundation but gets in over her head organizing a benefit golf tournament, while and Matt conducts the first-ever "Fort-A-Thon" on Roloff Farms and gets ready for the farm's biggest, best pumpkin season ever. Will a clash with county inspectors threaten to shut down Roloff Farms?

Thursday, March 25, 2010


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Premiering on Easter Sunday, April 4 at 9:00 p.m.* BET's hit singing competition, SUNDAY BEST returns for a third season of higher praise and tougher competition. Hosted by gospel legend Kirk Franklin, the new season welcomes gospel recording artists, Pastor Donnie McClurkin and Yolanda Adams to the stellar team of judges including returning multi-award winning siblings Erica and Tina Campbell of Mary Mary. And if the U.S. talent pool wasn't enough, SUNDAY BEST kicks off the 10-week competition by venturing to Lagos, Nigeria in West Africa for the first ever international auditions. U.S. auditions will begin in February 2010. In addition to the coveted title of SUNDAY BEST, the winner of season three will receive prizes from the Ford Motor Company, General Mills, Nationwide Insurance and Walgreens.
Season two of SUNDAY BEST ended on a high note with 1.7 million viewers tuning in to the excitement as Y'anna Crawley, a single mother from Washington, D.C. took home the title, a national record contract and a 2009 Lincoln MKS. Many of the finalists from season two are also in high demand, traveling the country and living out their music career dreams. And the good news doesn't stop there. Third runner-up Latice Crawford and top 10 finalist Jeff Spain are madly in love and will be featured in a new reality series, ALMOST MARRIED, scheduled to premiere on BET this summer. The series will follow the two during the course of their relationship, their desire to get engaged and perhaps married.
Season three of SUNDAY BEST will tape in April. Each week during the hour-long contest viewers will be treated to musical performances from the remaining SUNDAY BEST hopefuls along with candid feedback from the all-star team of judges and surprise visits from an array of celebrity mentors.


Here’s a “quick” listing of shows that won’t be back for the 2010 — 2011 TV season. If your favorite is on the list, you have our condolences. If they’re not, keep your fingers crossed that they won’t soon be joining this little obituary column.

This list encompasses shows that have been cancelled from July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010. In some cases, the last episode of a show aired months before that time but the network didn’t get around to canceling it until later. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, try the 2008 — 2009 page or maybe you’ve gotten lucky!

‘Til Death (FOX)
The Brad Garrett – Joely Fisher sitcom survived to see four seasons thanks to a deal with Sony TV who wanted to produce enough episodes for a syndication package. After lots of low ratings, the show’s luck ran out and it was cancelled. The final episode will air on May 19th.

American Chopper (TLC)
This reality show about Paul Teutel Sr., his son and their custom motorcycle shop in New York. Relations between father and son fell apart and the show quickly followed. It ended after 147 episodes.

As the World Turns (CBS)
The network has decided to end the venerable soap opera after 54 years on the air, due to low ratings. Proctor & Gamble has pledged to try to find a new home for the series but hasn’t had success yet. It will go off the air in September. Petition link.

The Beautiful Life (CW)
This show about young models portrays the cut-throat and competitive world of high fashion. Starring Mischa Barton, Corbin Bleu, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Nico Tortorella, and Elle Macpherson, it was the first casualty of the 2009-10 season. The drama had poor ratings and was pulled after two episodes. The series’ five episodes have been posted officially on YouTube.

Ben 10: Alien Force (Cartoon Network)
The animated series is ending after three seasons and 46 episodes. Fans have no reason to worry though, it’ll be replaced by Ben 10: Evolution later this year.

The Bill Engvall Show (TBS)
Comic Bill Engvall plays a family counselor who can’t always figure out his own crazy family. The rest of the sitcom cast includes Nancy Travis, Jennifer Lawrence, Graham Patrick Martin, Skyler Gisondo, and Tim Meadows. The series was cancelled after three seasons and 30 episodes due to a decline in ratings.

Bill Moyers Journal (PBS)
The weekly news program originally ran from 1972 until 1976 and then from 1979 until 1981. Moyers revived the show again in 2007. In November 2009, he announced that he would be retiring from the program as of April 30, 2010.

Blonde Charity Mafia (CW)
This docu-series revolves around a trio of influential young women in Washington, DC. It was initially developed for Lifetime before moving to CW. After delaying its airing, the network has decided to cancel their plans to broadcast it at all. The show may be sold to another outlet.

The Bonnie Hunt Show (syndicated)
This talk show has been on the air for two seasons but hasn’t been a big ratings winner in the competitive daytime market. The distributor decided to cancel it though original programs will continue to be produced until June.

Brotherhood (Showtime)
A gritty drama about two Irish-American brothers; a politician (Jason Clarke) and a thug (Jason Isaacs). Others in the cast include Kevin Chapman, Annabeth Gish, Fiona C. Erickson, Brian Scannell, Kerry O’Malley, Fionnula Flanagan, Madison Garland, and Billy Smith. After three years, Showtime opted not to continue the series. The news broke when the third season was released on DVD as “The Final Season.”

The Cleaner (A&E)
This series revolves around a recovering drug addict who helps others beat their own addictions. The drama stars Benjamin Bratt, Brett DelBuono, Liliana Mumy, Grace Park, Esteban Powell, Amy Price-Francis, and Kevin Michael Richardson. The series ended after two seasons and 26 episodes.

Defying Gravity (ABC)
A group of eight astronauts undertake a mysterious space mission. The sci-fi drama stars Andrew Airlie, Christina Cox, Zahf Paroo, Ron Livingston, Laura Harris, Karen LeBlanc, William C. Vaughan, Malik Yoba, Paula Garces, Florentine Lahme, Eyal Podell, Dylan Taylor, Ty Olsson, Maxim Roy, Peter Howitt, and Lara Gilchrist. ABC aired only seven episodes. The network maintained that they would air the five remaining episodes at a later date but that seems highly unlikely. The sets have been destroyed and the series creator has confirmed the show is finished.

Dollhouse (FOX)
The Joss Whedon series follows a group of people who have their personalities wiped and replaced with other personas for projects-for-hire. Despite low ratings, the series was renewed for a second season but the numbers fell too low for a third year. The show was cancelled and the last episode is set to air on January 29, 2010.

Eastwick (ABC)
Three women (Rebecca Romijn, Lindsay Price, and Jaime Ray Newman) discover that they have supernatural powers once a handsome stranger (Paul Gross) comes to town. The series didn’t attract enough viewers and was cancelled after 13 episodes. You can read recaps of the two episodes that haven’t run on ABC here and here. Petition link.

ECW (Syfy)
Syfy’s professional wrestling program ran for four seasons and 193 episodes before going off the air. It was replaced by WWE NXT.

Flight of the Conchords (HBO)
A unique comedy and music series, this show follows fictionalized versions of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement. After two seasons, they decided to call it quits but may return in a special.

The Goode Family (ABC)
An animated sitcom about an overly politically-correct and dysfunctional family that stars the voices of Mike Judge, Brian Doyle Murray, Dave Herman, Linda Cardellini, and Nancy Carell. ABC cancelled the series in August after running all of the episodes. Comedy Central later picked up the series and, if it performs well, a second season could be commissioned.

Guiding Light (CBS)
After 57 years on television, the network decided to end this venerable soap opera. The ratings had been slipping for many years and the curtain came down after 15,762 episodes. Petition link.

Hank (ABC)
Kelsey Grammer stars as a Wall Street CEO who’s fired from his company and returns with his family to live in his small hometown. The rest of the family is played by Melinda McGraw, Jordan Hinson, Nathan Gamble, and David Koechner. ABC shut down production after 10 episodes but only five were shown because of low ratings.

Head Case (Starz)
Alexandra Wentworth stars as an unconventional therapist that helps the Hollywood crowd. After three seasons, the doctor is out.

The Jay Leno Show (NBC)
The network wanted to save money by running cheaper programming five nights a week at 10pm. The official line was that they were pleased with the results but the local affiliate stations, whose newscasts were losing viewers as a result, weren’t. As a result, Leno’s show ended in February and he returned to the Tonight Show on March 1st.

The Jeff Dunham Show (Comedy Central)
The ventriloquist’s show got off to a solid start but the ratings quickly dropped. The series was cancelled after one season but the cable channel intends to stay in business with Dunham.

Jon & Kate Plus Eight (TLC)
The marriage of Jon and Kate Gosselin fell apart and so did the show’s chances for a sixth season. it was planned to continue the series without Jon, as Kate Plus Eight, but it didn’t happen.

Kings (NBC)
Ian McShane headlines this series about a fictional version of the United States that’s ruled by an absolute monarchy. The rest of the impressive cast includes Christopher Egan, Allison Miller, Susanna Thompson, Macaulay Culkin, Sebastian Stan, Eamonn Walker, Dylan Baker, and Wes Studi. An expensive program to produce, the series didn’t attract many viewers. All 13 episodes were aired.

Lincoln Heights (ABC Family)
After four seasons, the story of Officer Eddie Sutton and his family came to a close. The show’s ratings had dropped and the cable channel opted not to bring it back for another year.

The Listener (NBC)
Craig Olejnik stars as a young paramedic who has the ability to listen to other people’s thoughts. Others in the cast include Enis Esmer, Colm Feore, Lisa Marcos, Mylene Robic, Anthony Lemke, Paulino Nunes. NBC pulled the series after eight episodes but all 13 were shown online and in Canada. NBC has cancelled the show but it’s been renewed in Canada. The producers hope to find another outlet in the US.

Lost (ABC)
What began as a “simple” plane crash story has become into one of the most unforgettable series in television history. The large ensemble cast includes Matthew Fox, Naveen Andrews, Jorge Garcia, Josh Holloway, Daniel Dae Kim, Yunjin Kim, Evangeline Lilly, and Terry O’Quinn. It was announced in 2007 that the show would end after six seasons. We’ll have to say goodbye in May 2010.

Monk (USA)
Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) is a police detective whose brilliance is only limited by his obsessive-compulsive disorders. Other series regulars have included Bitty Schram, Traylor Howard, Ted Levine, and Jason Gray-Stanford. Monk ended after eight seasons and 125 episodes.

Nip/Tuck (FX)
A show that revolves around plastic surgeons, the series concluded after 100 episodes and seven seasons. The last episode aired on March 3rd. Petition link.

Past Life (FOX)
This drama about a team that try to help people by uncovering past life traumas didn’t make it beyond three episodes before being pulled and cancelled. No word on when or if the remaining episodes will air.

The Philanthropist (NBC)
A billionaire playboy (James Purefoy) decides to use his wealth and influence to change the lives of others. He’s assisted by his best friend (Jesse L. Martin) and his friend’s wife (Neve Campbell). NBC aired all eight episodes but received low ratings. Though the network hasn’t admitted that it’s been cancelled, a “Complete Series” DVD was released in January 2010.

Raising the Bar (TNT)
A group of former legal students reunite at a law firm and in the the courtroom, often on opposite sides. The series features Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Gloria Reuben, Currie Graham, Melissa Sagemiller, J. August Richards, Jonathan Scarfe, Teddy Sears, and Jane Kaczmarek. Ratings were strong for the premiere but quickly fell off and went too low to warrant a third season.

Reno 911! (Comedy Central)
This is a satirical program that follows a fictitious police department in Reno, Nevada. Over the past 88 episodes, the ensemble cast has included Cedric Yarbrough, Niecy Nash, Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, Kerri Kenney, Carlos Alazraqui, Wendi McLendon-Covey. After six seasons, Comedy Central decided to call it quits.

Rita Rocks (Lifetime)
In this sitcom, Nicole Sullivan stars as an over-stressed mom who manages to find time to play in a local rock band. It lasted two seasons and 40 episodes.

Robin Hood (2006) (BBC)
A retelling of the classic legend that stars Jonas Armstrong, Lucy Griffiths, Richard Armitage, David Harewood, Keith Allen, Gordon Kennedy, Sam Troughton, Joe Armstrong, Lara Pulver, and Harry Lloyd. It was announced in August 2008 that Armstrong, who plays the title character, would be leaving the show after three seasons. A creative revamp was considered but a fourth season wasn’t ordered.

Ruby & the Rockits (ABC Family)
A teenage girl (Alexa Vega) tracks down her lounge singer father (David Cassidy) and the two move in with her uncle (Patrick Cassidy) and his family (Katie A. Keane, Austin Butler, and Kurt Doss). The series started out strong but ratings declined. ABC Family opted not to order a second season but all 10 episodes

Saving Grace (TNT)
A hard-living detective, played by Holly Hunter, is set to solver her final case. The series is scheduled to end after four seasons on June 21, 2010.

Surviving Suburbia (ABC)
A family sitcom that centers around a grumpy dad (Bob Saget), his family (Cynthia Stevenson, Jared Kusnitz, and G. Hannelius), and his sleazy friend (Jere Burns). The show had a decent start following Dancing with the Stars but fell apart on its own. All 13 episodes of season one aired and the show was cancelled.

Three Rivers (CBS)
This medical series follows those who help people in need to organ transplants. Starring Alex O’Loughlin, the show never caught on in the ratings and was pulled after eight episodes had aired. Petition link.

The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (NBC)
The peacock network wasn’t seeing the ratings that it expected and wanted to push Tonight to 12:05am so that a half-hour Jay Leno show could air at 11:35pm. O’Brien wouldn’t do it so the show was ended and he left the network, presumably to start a new late night show elsewhere.

Trauma (NBC)
This San Francisco-based drama revolves around a group of brave first responders. The show struggled in the ratings from the start and NBC initially decided not to order any episodes beyond the initial 13 installments. They later changed their minds and ordered more. There’s a slim chance that there will be a second season but ratings will have to rise significantly. Petition link.

The Tudors (Showtime)
The epic drama, starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as King Henry VIII, is ending after four lavish seasons on Showtime. The series finale is expected to air on June 13th.

The Tyra Banks Show (CW)
The diva and host says that she’s decided to cancel the show to focus more on producing. Other reports have indicated that the series was due to be cancelled because of budget issues.

Ugly Betty (ABC)
ABC has decided to cancel the show after four seasons because of declining ratings in both seasons three and four. The series finale will wrap up the series on April 14, 2010.

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 A&E kicks off the original real-life series "Runaway Squad," following former NYPD detective Joe Mazzilli and his team of private investigators, who track, rescue and reunite runaways with their families. The seven episode series will feature a special one-hour premiere on Monday, April 5 at 10 PM ET/PT on A&E followed by back-to-back half-hour episodes each week.

 "Joe Mazzilli is a true New York character and a real-life superhero," said Robert Sharenow, Senior Vice President, Nonfiction and Alternative Programming, A&E. "The extraordinary passion and commitment that he and his team display on a daily basis is incredibly inspiring and something we believe our viewers will truly connect with."

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


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Miley Cyrus will appear on tonight's episode of "American Idol" as a mentor for the top 11 finalists.

Wednesday's result show will feature Cyrus performing her hit single "When I Look At You".  If that is not enough for you tweens out there, Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato will perform their single "Make A Wave".

Friday, March 19, 2010


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The cast of "Glee " will appear on the April 7th episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show.  The episode will include behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and a performance from the cast.

Thursday, March 18, 2010


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Syfy returns with the frighteningly funny fourth season of the hit hidden camera reality series, Scare Tactics. Actor/comedian, Tracy Morgan (30 Rock, Cop Out, SNL) is on series double duty this new season as host and executive producer for the half-hour, 13-episode pick-up order, it was announced today by Mark Stern, Executive Vice President of Original Programming, Syfy. Scare Tactics begins production this spring and is scheduled to premiere fall 2010.
Set-up by friends and loved ones, unsuspecting victims are placed into elaborately staged scary situations involving movie-style special effects and makeup. The horror hoaxes are skillfully designed to tap into the wildest fears of the prank's prey. Viewers laugh along to the hilarious reactions of the show's "stars" as they are caught off guard and on camera.


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"Big Brother" is starting the open casting calls for the 12th edition of the show.

The first casting call is actually March 27 in Los Angeles.
Via the "Big Brother" casting twitter account:

**LOS ANGELES OPEN CALL: "650 NORTH" Sat. March 27th 11AM-3PM 650 North La Cienega Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90069

AUSTIN, TX OPEN CALL: "Hill Country Galleria Amphitheater" Thurs April 1st 2-6PM 12700 Hill Country Blvd. Bee Cave, TX 78738

GREENSBORO, NC OPEN CALL: "Battleground Kia" Weds, April 7th 4 - 8 pm 2927 Battleground Avenue Greensboro, NC 27408

NASHVILLE, TN OPEN CALL: "McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon" Fri April 30th 5-9PM 134 Second Ave. North Nashville, TN 37201
CBS has not officially announced these open casting calls but the "Big Brother" casting twitter account has always had the dirt in past seasons.


Please remember to watch the return of "Flash Forwaerd" tonight.  "Flash Forward" last original episode aired December 3.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010


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Melinda Clarke joins "The Vampire Diaries" for at least three episode starting March 25.

The actress will play Matt's absentee, alcoholic mother Kelly Donovan who blows into town and instantly makes a move on Damon(Ian Somerhalder).

So Vampire Diaries  fans get ready for some cougar action.


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South Park returns tonight, and  I can't wait to see what sort of trouble  my favorite four foul- mouthed friends Cartman, Stan, Cartman, and Kenny will get into this season.

Sunday, March 14, 2010


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Everyone's favorite fashion mogul, model and mom Kimora Lee Simmons returns to The Style Network for the third season of her popular docu-series "Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane." Never one to back down from a challenge, this doting mother and CEO manages the demands of raising a family while running a global fashion line with her signature style and always enthusiastic approach. This season follows Kimora embarking on a new chapter as she welcomes her third child in the midst of renovating her new home in California. Along with taking on baby duties, she continues to maintain her responsibilities as President and Creative Director of Phat Fashions leading high profile meetings and overseeing Fashion Week preparations. Kimora Lee Simmons' fast-paced world unfolds in seven new one-hour episodes of "Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane," premiering Sunday, March 21, 2010 at 9pm et/pt on Style.
In the premiere episode of "Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane," Kimora's new baby is on his way and viewers will get a personal look at the last stages of her pregnancy through the big delivery day. As she celebrates the birth of her new bundle of joy, Kenzo Lee, Kimora also faces the monumental challenge of finishing renovations on her new Beverly Hills home within the month. As she works with her contractor on home construction and an interior designer on decorating her baby's nursery, worry sets in that everything won't be completed on time.
In the second episode, Kimora's efforts to balance her responsibilities at work with those at home remain a constant struggle. During final preparations for Fashion Week in New York, Kimora works with her staff on all of the last minute details, from narrowing down the final looks, to choosing the models. And expectations to make everything perfect will be even higher this year, when Kimora decides to push the envelope and broadcast the Baby Phat fashion show (and pre-show backstage drama) live in Times Square- something that has never been done before. But when it comes time for the big event, she needs to be in Los Angeles to help her girls head back to school - can she complete her job in New York when she is 3000 miles away in L.A.?
No matter what she is faced with Kimora is never one to slow down, and this season she jumps into launching a new brand, traveling to London in the hopes of launching Baby Phat in the U.K. and struggling to get back into shape after having her baby. Kimora is a pro at multitasking and works to maintain her sanity and fabulousness, but will this season's challenges prove to be a tipping point for this hard working mom and mogul? Find out on season three of Style's "Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane" premieres Sunday, March 21, 2010 at 9pm et/pt.

In a stand-alone special that kicks off the new season, viewers will get an even more candid peek at the moments leading up to and immediately following Kimoras delivery, on "Kimora's Home Movies: Baby Kenzo's Birth," debuts Sunday, February 14 at 10pm et/pt. The intimate half-hour program features Kimora's never-before-seen personal home videos documenting the tense moments before her delivery to the tender moments after the birth of her son. Uncensored and honest, viewers will feel like they are in the birthing room with Kimora. After beautiful baby Kenzo is born, touching moments are presented as the family welcomes the newborn together and the girls take turns holding their baby brother. This special presents an extremely personal side of Kimora bringing viewers closer than ever before to this extraordinary woman.


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Gene Simmons returns with his unconventional family for an all-new season of A&E's hit unscripted series "Gene Simmons Family Jewels," premiering with a special one-hour episode on Sunday, March 21 at 9:00 PM ET/PT. Season five, which will cross the 100th episode threshold, begins with a terrifying moment for America's most traditional, non-traditional family. Shannon has a health scare that makes the family rally and Gene is caught between two worlds being there for the mother of his two children and being on tour with KISS.
The new season will give viewers a behind the scenes look at the family's many adventures and milestone moments that make them so cohesive. From Sophie's high school graduation, to Gene's 60th and Nick's 21st birthdays, this is going to be a very emotional year for Gene and Shannon as both their children are fast becoming adults.
With everything going on at home, KISS has been in the midst of a two year, sold out world tour, celebrating 35 years of rocking the planet. Viewers will be meeting up with Gene in several cities that KISS plays on its American leg of the tour and get unprecedented all-access. The family also spends more time on the road with Gene. The Demon's touring schedule didn't allow much at home time with the kids when they were younger, but this time, the plan is to keep the family close.
His goal during the tour is to fulfill his obligations but not miss important family moments as he serves two masters - KISS and family.

In addition, this season will feature Nick playing with KISS members Tommy Thayer (Lead Guitar), Eric Singer (Drums) and dad on bass at Comic-Con for the launch of his newest graphic novel, Incarnate, which Nick both wrote and drew, Sophie looking at colleges, Gene touring his roots in New York City, and much more.


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A special preview of the premiere of "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" will air Sunday, March 21 (10:01 p.m.-11:00 p.m., ET) and will be repeated on Friday, March 26 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET). The second episode will air from 9:00-10:00 p.m., ET, in the series' regular time period.
"Episode 101" Jamie Oliver, the impassioned chef, TV personality and best-selling author, is starting a revolution in America, taking on the high statistics of obesity, heart disease and diabetes in this country, where our nation's children are the first generation not expected to live as long as their parents. Oliver invites viewers to take a stand and change the way America eats, in our home and schools, with the thought-provoking new series, "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution," debuting SUNDAY, MARCH 21 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network and repeating FRIDAY, MARCH 26 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET). The series will run for six episodes.


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Critically acclaimed celebrity chef/restaurateur Bobby Flay ("Iron Chef America: The Series") is the first of five key restaurant and business leaders to join NBC's new reality competition series "America's Next Great Restaurant" (working title) premiering next season. Flay will be an investor, judge and sometimes mentor to the zealous contestants who are vying for arguably the biggest prize in reality show history -- the opportunity to open a new restaurant chain in three cities across America.
Flay will kick off the first open casting call in New York as casting teams set out on a cross-country bus tour to scour the nation for potential contestants. Participants do not need to have any cooking or restaurant experience -- just a great idea for a unique restaurant concept.
Flay joins a select panel of some of the most important names in both the dining and business worlds who will ultimately select the winner. These individuals will invest their own money in the final restaurant chain, and will have a huge stake in the game's winner. These larger-than-life personalities will offer the hopeful restaurateurs their expertise, support -- and the kind of tough love it will take to overcome great odds. Ultimately, after much-heated debates, the panel will choose the winning concept and decide which idea will become America's newest restaurant chain.
Thousands of ideas will be narrowed down and then each week the investors will put the chosen few through rigorous challenges to discover which contestant's concept has the greatest potential for success. The stakes have never been higher for the contestants and the investors. One contestant's dream will become a reality.
Interested applicants for the series should log onto to pre-register for an open casting call at one of the eight stops on the nationwide casting bus tour. Along with a filled out and signed application and a photo-ID, casting teams want applicants to bring anything they feel would help pitch their restaurant concept. Elements could be visual, edible or even wearable and applicants will have a limited time to pitch their idea.
Visitors also can follow the bus tour on Twitter @magicalelves with photos and video, and also at
The audition dates and locations follow:
Friday, March 19 & Saturday, March 20
NBC Experience Store
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, New York 10112
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Monday, March 22
6102 Falls of Neuse Rd.
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Wednesday, March 24
Nashville Film Institute
The Factory at Franklin
230 Franklin Road
Franklin, Tennessee 37065
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Friday, March 26
4750 Morse Rd
Columbus, Ohio 43230
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Sunday, March 28
28251 Diehl Road
Warrenville, Illinois 60555
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Tuesday, March 30
6864 Johnson Drive
Mission, Kansas 66202
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Thursday, April 1
2760 South Colorado Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80222
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Monday, April 5
135 E. Palm Avenue
Burbank, California 91502
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010


Please check out the hilarious video clip below from the "The Jimmy Kimmel Show". In the clip Kimmel is the president of the "Handsome Men's Club", with cameos by Patrick Dempsey, John Krasinski,Lenny Kravitz,Matthew McConaughey,Tony Romo, and few more great cameo surprises.

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Just received the great news that my favorite family drama "Brothers and Sisters" has been renewed for a fifth season. Watching the Walker clan every Sunday is a complete joy. I have been with this show from day one and I say this with complete honesty, the level of talent and writing on this show has never wavered or disappointed in the past four season.  "Brothers and Sisters" is a GREAT show.

I know that you can't see me, but I am so doing a happy dance. 

Now, I just need for the The CW to pickup "Life Unexpected".