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Jennifer Lopez's Ex Missed Out On 'Jersey Shore' Casting

April 26th, 2010 8:41pm EDT
Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez's ex-husband Ojani Noa has lost out on a role in hit reality show "Jersey Shore" - because producers would have faced legal problems if they'd hired him.

Noa is preparing to file for bankruptcy, insisting recent legal battles with his former wife have drained his finances - and he can't get work because potential employers fear to wrath of Lopez's lawyers, who are fighting to keep him from releasing information and candid home video footage of the singer/actress.

Noa and his production partner Ed Meyer have been blocked from distributing both the film and "confidential info...

'Survivor' Survives for Two Additional Seasons

November 8th, 2005 2:00pm EST
CBS has ordered two more seasons of the popular reality program Survivor. The series will be broadcast through the 2006-07 season, marking the 13th and 14th editions of the hit show.

"Survivor is that rare television breed -- a show with seemingly endless audience appeal," said Nina Tassler, President, CBS Entertainment. "Part of that is testament to a concept with inherent drama that features different faces and places; the other part is the ability of Mark Burnett and his talented team to inject new ideas and new wrinkles to keep the format fresh."

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Survivor Guatemala: The Maya Empire *Update*

November 4th, 2005 1:44pm EST
Jeff Probst
*Spoiler Alert*

Who would have thought that after 10 seasons Survivor would still be going so strong? Perhaps the main reason we all watch is because we want to be there. Who wouldn't be interested in 39 days away from the material world and a chance for an adventure of a lifetime (not to mention a million bucks)?

Each new season features challenges that really don't vary much from previous incarnations: obstacle courses, puzzles, and strength and endurance tests that rely on both individual prowess as well as the ability to work as a team. Minor twists keep it interesting, but are ...

Survivor Guatemala: The Maya Empire *Update*

October 28th, 2005 2:15pm EDT
Jeff Probst
***Spoiler Alert***

Wow! Who would have thought that Stephenie and Bobby Jon, the two contestants brought back from last season's Survivor: Palau, would make it all the way to the merge? Surprising, to say the least, since the two have already had their chance on the show.

After last week's show, where Margaret was ousted after a tribal council argument with a semi-drunk Judd, this week's Survivor started with the boisterous, never-afraid-to-say-what-he-thinks contestant (who has been full of hysterical, yet mindless, quotes) confessing, "Hopefully I'll be laughing my ass to the ...

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