Reality

Q&A With 'Intervention' Executive Producer Jeff Weaver

March 29th, 2015 12:08pm EDT
'Intervention' EP Jeff Weaver Discusses A&E's Long-Running Reali
A&E's long-running reality series Intervention started its fourteenth season last week, once again showing the difficult stories of addicts and their loved ones as professional interventionists step in to try and help these families save lives.

The series has provoked a lot of discussion over the years, and so we sat down with GRB Entertainment's Jeff Weaver, who serves as one of Intervention's executive producers, to not only preview the new season but also get some insight into how the show is made.

"I think what keeps it going is its authenticity and its barefaced portrayal of the nigh...
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Catching Up With 'Bachelorette' Stars JP & Ashley Rosenbaum

March 27th, 2015 12:09pm EDT
JP & Ashley Rosenbaum Talk Relationship, Parenting After 'The Ba
You likely remember JP and Ashley Rosenbaum from the Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise, but the cameras turned off a long time ago and now the happy couple are focused on being parents to their new son Fordham, and helping other families.

We caught up with JP and Ashley last week while they were helping Puffs raise awareness for cold and flu season, and asked them about naming their son, maintaining their relationship, and what it's like to be one of the rare duos who've lasted past reality TV.

"Parenthood has been an absolute joy so far," enthused Ashley. "Ford is a very sweet, and 'easy' ...
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'Impractical Jokers': Ice Skates & Balloons, Genitalia On Gummy Bears & More

March 27th, 2015 10:04am EDT
'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'Damned If You Do' - Jokers On I
After the Impractical Jokers showed us their first-ever tour special, they were back to business as usual, pranking America and embarrassing each other. In "Damned If You Do," we learned that none of these guys are in shape and all of them are generally out of their element. This, of course, only made everything funnier.

Challenge #1: Skate Me To Balloon
The guys are playing their awesome balloon game from "Fly Me To Balloon," except now they're making it infinitely worse by doing it on ice skates. Murr takes on Sal, and the guy they go after first has no sense of humor. The second guy bla...
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'American Idol' Does A Time Warp, Two Go Home

March 26th, 2015 9:25am EDT
'American Idol' Recap: Top 9 Perform 80s Songs, Two Eliminated
American Idol 2015 did a time warp. On last night's Idol, the top 9 performers sang 80s songs. Idol also got 80s icons to help with the show. Boy George mentored and Salt-N-Pepa performed. The departure of two contestants stopped the party.

Last week the American Idol judges decided to save Qaasim Middleton. This meant two would have to go home this week to compensate for the save. These weren't shocking eliminations but definitely sad ones: two contestants who were just starting to find their place left.

Top 9 Performances

Daniel Seavey

"You Make My Dreams Come True" by Hall and Oats...
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'The Voice' Recap: A Favorite Goes Home, Two Johnsons Face Off

March 25th, 2015 10:19am EDT
'The Voice' Recap: 'Season 8 Knockouts, Part 2' - Battle of the
There were only three knockout round matchups in Tuesday's episode of The Voice, but they still gave us something to talk about. One favorite went home, two of the Johnsons faced off, and one coach stole an artist back after letting them go in the battle rounds. Which of the fabulous four had a little bit of remorse? Read on to find out.

Team Blake: Corey Kent White, "Live Like You Were Dying" vs. Cody Wickline, "Til My Last Day"
What They Said: Corey surprises Blake with his song choice, citing his ailing grandfather as the reason why he's gone there. He knows he's got his work cut out fo...
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'Real Houswives Of Beverly Hills' Finishes Its Very Unsatisfying Season

March 25th, 2015 10:13am EDT
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"I'm tired of being the bad guy."

Well Brandi, than stop being one. You can't stir the pot and get mad when you're accused of being the cook.

This last episode of the season was mostly about attending Adrienne Maloof's over-the-top, Cirque du Soleil-type party, where Brandi resembles a character in the Jason Segel comedy "I Love You, Man," because she ran around slurring her love for the likes of Kim Richards and Lisa Vanderpump.

Earlier in the week, Kyle and Kim, plus some of the other wives, attend niece Nicky Hilton's book signing at Kyle's store. Meanwhile, Lisa and Harry celebrate...
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One Step Closer To The Final Part Of 'The Voice' Season 8

March 24th, 2015 10:05am EDT
'The Voice' Recap: 'Season 8 Knockouts, Part 1'  - Two Against O
The knockouts are here on The Voice, leaving us just one step away from the final part of the season. Yes, season eight has gone by that fast.

In this first of three knockout round episodes, Fun. front man Nate Ruess turns up as the latest celeb to be added to this part of the competition, while Pharrell has to do some math when he puts three artists in the same battle following the first time anyone's ever chosen to leave the show.

Plus, one team gets most of the Johnsons. Read on for Monday night's results.

Team Christina: Sonic, "A Woman's Worth" vs. Ashley Morgan, "Heartbreaker"
What...
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'American Idol' 2015: Contestants Go To The Movies

March 20th, 2015 9:01am EDT
'American Idol' Recap: Top 10 Perform Movie Theme Songs, Judges
Last night, American Idol 2015 went to the movies. Yes, the theme of this week's American Idol was songs from the movies. Surprisingly, this crop of singers didn't pick the usual songs we've heard done a million times during movie week. We got to hear a lot of unique choices. Some of those choices brought the performers to new heights, and others dragged them down.

The top eleven contestants were also joined by rock legend Nile Rodgers, who gave them his expert advice. Also last night the top eleven contestants were supposed to become the top ten. However, did the judges already use their ...
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'Survivor' Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner

March 20th, 2015 8:28am EDT
Survivor - Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner
Previously on Survivor: Shirin and Max have made themselves outcasts on the White Collar tribe by opting to not wear clothing. The Blue tribe had their own problems, as Mike struggled to get everyone’s work ethics to kick in. No Collar lost another Immunity Challenge, and Nina was sent home.

After Tribal Council, the No Collar tribe told Will that his name had come up twice in the vote because the alliance of three was worried that Nina might have found a Hidden Immunity Idol. Will still believes that he will be the next voted out, should they lose another challenge.

The next day, Mike ma...
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'RHOBH' The Amsterdam Vacation That Won't End

March 18th, 2015 10:14am EDT
'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Season 5 Episode 18: Never Fo
"I'm rather over it," says Lisa V. to her husband Ken via a desperate phone call from her hotel room.

I feel her pain. The housewives are STILL in Amsterdam, aka the vacay that has no end. Seriously, give this country and the rest of us a break. This story arc has grown as tedious as Kim and Kyle's sibling bickering. Yet here we are.

While everyone is trying to pick up souvenirs to bring home to loved ones, Brandi picks up a 22-year-old Dutch hunk named Andre, who coincidently is friends with Lisa V.'s son, Max. Awkward.

On one of their shopping sprees in an open-air market, a contrite...
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