More sex on TV! Yay! Mad Men's not going anywhere! Double yay! Bristol Palin and Levi want a reality show. Boo. Why do they have to ruin everything?
The staff at Seattle Grace will be welcoming yet another hunk into their midst: James Tupper, of Men In Trees fame, is joining Grey's Anatomy as a trauma counselor in the new season. Minus the mental disturbance, sign me up for a session please.
Just-past adolescence Bristol Palin and hubby-to-be Levi Johnston are in talks to start a reality show that will follow their lives with their son Tripp and potentially focus on "parenting issues." Ha-ha. That's funny. I thought we learned all the parenting we need to know from Kate Gosselin already.
The horror continues. Donald Trump has offered Rachel Uchitel (first mistress of that minor scandal involving some golf demigod) a spot on Celebrity Apprentice. She's game, as long as she gets to be undeservedly famous and destroy people's lives in the process. Oh wait, maybe that was her other gig...
The FCC's restrictions on certain "indecent" content during primetime TV have been overturned in court, but forget the legalities: all you need to know is there'll be more swearing, more drugs and lots more raunchiness on television this fall. Earlier bedtime for the kids, more fun for you!
AMC's parent company made a deal with AT&T and the channel is here to stay for AT&T U-verse subscribers. More importantly, this means we still have Mad Men. Most importantly, the show's costume designer Jamie Bryant is bringing her '60s-inspired sartorial genius off our screens and into our closets by selling a collection on QVC. Anachronism has never looked better.
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