Last night Model Employee premiered on VH1. The show is a reality competition sort of like America’s Next Top Model meets… Undercover Boss? I’ve never seen Undercover Boss but there were literally undercover bosses on Model Employee‘s first episode, so I think this description is pretty accurate. More
The Gossip Game is sort of like Real Housewives if all of them had jobs instead of just some of them. And if those jobs were all intertwined. Mainly it’s like Real Housewives in that it follows seven women and is full of drama. More
Last night was the premeire of Wicked Single, VH1′s new reality show about a group of single friends living in Boston. Yesterday was also St. Patrick’s Day, so they either chose this date because of the whole Boston Irish thing or because they were hoping people would be drunk enough to actually tune in. More
It seems that VH1 has been on celebreality hiatus for awhile. Being the
proud owner of the Flavor of Love Series box sets, I was excited and intrigued to see the premiere of the new dating/reality show – Making Mr. Right. Big Brother meets The Bachelor meets Joe Millionaire, Making Mr. Right has three lovely single ladies posing as matchmakers in order to tame and mold a house full of single men into the loves of their lives. More
Dina Lohan is a special lady. Special in that every time I’ve almost forgotten that she exists, and that she and Michael Lohan jointly raised the unholy terror to our rehab centers that is Lindsay Lohan, she pops up again and reminds me. More
So last night’s premiere of Couples Therapy was my first glimpse into DMX’s life, his personality and his social skills. And let me say I was not impressed. With him or his dick. More
The TRL Decade made us laugh and “aww” with nostalgia, with moments like Method Man complimenting Britney‘s ass and Mariah Carey‘s meltdown. Plus, the surprising reason why the show had to end in 2008. More
VH1 has just announced that they’ll be jumping into the biopic ring, and their first project is the story of ’90s R&B/hip-hop group TLC. Surviving members Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas and Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins have signed on as consultants to make sure the producers get everything right… but you know we’re all going to tune in to see how they handle Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes‘ life and untimely death. More
Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger‘s got some competition, and we couldn’t be more excited about it. We’ve grown tired of her sexist and anti-Semitic statements, not to mention her general brutal directness and railing against anyone who walks into her door. Then you have Siggy Flicker, star of the new dating show Why Am I Still Single?, who seems like a breath of fresh air.
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Just like Nerve, we’re psyched to see that Vh1 is bringing back Pop Up Video, the show where you got to watch your favorite music videos peppered with trivia and snarky asides. Also like Nerve, we’re disappointed at the realization that it’s not as awesome as we remember it being when we were in middle school. More
It only took four wildly popular season of Mad Men (and a Mad Men-inspired cookbook) to get other networks to realize audiences are ready for some quality retro programming. Enter NBC’s The Playboy Club and ABC’s Pan Am, both set in the 1960s. But why should three networks have all the fun? If every station could roll out a ’60s-themed show this fall, here’s what they would be. More
Remember when Heidi Montag, Jake Pavelka, and Danielle Staub were spotted filming something in L.A.? Well, it wasn’t (only) a publicity stunt – the three reality has-beens are starring in a new Vh1 reality show called Famous Food. The show is about seven “stars” who open a restaurant in West Hollywood together. More
VH1 did a funny and subversive thing at last week’s Comedy Awards. They sent a crew to the red carpet to interview comedy celebs, asking them two questions: “Are men funny?” and “Why aren’t there more men in comedy?” The queries were, of course, a response to the pervasive “are women funny” articles and panels and just plain old dumb conversations that continue to choke the comedy landscape More
This is the next best thing in our lives. VH1 is launching a new reality show called Mob Wives. Following in the footsteps of Growing Up Gotti and Jersey Shore, the show features four Italian women who live on Staten Island, (allegedly) have connections to the mafia, and whose husbands are in jail. More