Camille Grammer may be leaving Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, while Audrina Patridge gets her own show on VH1. I guess how it works in the reality show world is one airhead in, one airhead out.
Camille Grammer allegedly will not be returning to Real Housewives of Beverly Hills because she is unhappy with how she is portrayed on the show. When will these women realize that you can't edit crazy out from someone's personality?
The Hills' Audrina Patridge will be following up her attempts to be noticed on Dancing with the Stars with her own reality show on VH1. I think she might have come up with the name herself after a lot of brainstorming: Audrina. The show will focus on her "career" in Hollywood, with support from her family, which probably means more drunken outbursts from her mother living vicariously through her. Move over, Dina Lohan?
Matt Damon will be back on 30 Rock as Liz Lemon's pilot boyfriend Carol (that's not made up) when the show returns in a couple weeks, but they'll soon break up so he can continue on with his movie career. It's a shame, since Carol was the least idiotic of some of Lemon's boyfriends, like dummies Dennis and Drew.
E! will be airing a pop culture show after Chelsea Lately with Heather McDonald and Ross "the Intern" Mathews from Chelsea Handler's show. Is there really anything different in pop culture that they'll have to cover after Chelsea Lately?
NBC has picked up the pilot for Playboy, a '60s drama about the Chicago-based bunnies at one of that era's Playboy Clubs. Basically, it's like a wannabe Mad Men without the advertising, but the same amount of sex and booze. Oh, and with more bunny ears, I'm assuming.
Katy Perry will have a cameo on How I Met Your Mother as a potential love interest for Ted (Josh Radnor). Let's hope she doesn't end up being the mother to Ted's kids, because we all know how terrible she is at trying to appeal to an audience of children.
Seinfeld's Jason Alexander will play a Bernie Madoff-type character on TNT's legal dramedy Franklin & Bash. With Mark-Paul Gosselaar as one of the lead characters, it's going to be a '90s TV star overload. Though I'm not sure I can take Gosselaar seriously as a lawyer after his ass-exposing scene on Weeds.
Lost co-creator J.J. Abrams is looking to sell a crime drama show titled Pulp, which will be somewhat similar to the premise of the film Pulp Fiction. It sounds really interesting so far, but so did Undercovers before it came on-air, and look how that turned out.
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