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SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- GSN (Game Show Network) announced today the return of two of its most popular original series--THE NEWLYWED GAME and CATCH 21--each with new features for the new season.
How do you bring some of America's most elusive criminals to justice? Audiences will get hilarious answers to that question on the new Fox Reality Channel original series "Smile, You're Under Arrest!" premiering Saturday, December 27, at 7pET/4pPT.
Who Knew Comedy Could Be So Dangerous? Fox Reality Channel Brian Peterson, Director, Corp.
By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun Jul. 22--Summertime TV has been dabbling in game shows and contestant humiliation since 2001, when NBC debuted Fear Factor with an episode featuring players lowered into a pit filled with rats.
By MARK A. PERIGARD "THE GONG SHOW WITH DAVE ATTELL" Series premiere tonight at 10 on Comedy Central. Grade: C- "REALITY BITES BACK" Series premiere tonight at 10:30 on Comedy Central. Grade: B- A woman farts into a microphone. Repeatedly. To the beat of music.
It seems almost a compliment to say the latest incarnation of "The Gong Show" is bad. After all, the idea behind the game/freak show hosted by Chuck Barris from 1976-1980 was that it was so bad it was good fun. But Comedy Central's "The Gong Show with Dave Attell" is just bad.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. _ The Oasis at the Beverly Hilton is a large outdoor courtyard surrounded by sleek hotel towers. It's decorated with a wide, flat fountain, palm trees, mood lighting. Last Friday night, it was also teeming with big-name stars. Holly Hunter was there.
A man has filed a lawsuit against Eminem, claiming the rapper punched him two years ago while they were in the restroom of a Detroit strip club. The Detroit News reports Miad Jarbou of Royal Oak filed the lawsuit Thursday in Oakland County Circuit Court seeking more than $25,000 in damages.
By Susan Pierce and Christine Simmons, Chattanooga Times/Free Press, Tenn. Jun. 24--Still in "American Idol" withdrawal, we checked out two other TV talent shows, both on NBC, searching for the next big star.
By Barry Garron LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Working on the theory that viewers will show up in large numbers for any show at all with amateur performers and three judges, NBC offered up "America's Got Talent" on Wednesday night.