Lifetime is really into the whole life-imitating-art thing -- if their movies count as art now.
Well, this is just a bit of a slap in the face to anyone who wants to work in television.
The man in the hat is coming back.
With all the damage incurred by Hurricane Sandy, the cast of Jersey Shore is stepping in to do their part in the coast's recovery.
Adam Levine... actor? Sounds like a horrifying thought to us.
Giancarlo Esposito now has a full season to improve his equestrian skills.
In case there was anyone just counting down the days until Emily Owens, M.D. premiered...
We've finally reached the end... of the beginning. "It Is What It Is" was the finale of Season 1 of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, but TLC renewed the show for a second season and is giving the Thompsons three "HOLLAday" specials for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Not that I'm complaining.
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo has come under fire for a new reason every single day since it first premiered. Most recently, the Huffington Post reported that some of the people of McIntyre, Georgia, aren't so happy with the way TLC is portraying their town -- sure, the Shannons are crazy, but the b-roll of junkyard cars, stray animals and abandoned buildings are hurtful to the proud people of tiny Southern town. McIntyre's population is about 650 and nearly 40 percent of the families had an income that put them below the poverty level, according to the most recently Census survey, and, as citizen Carolyn Snead puts it, "I don't mind it, it's just that it doesn't give a good image for the county since it is a small county, and it's a really family-oriented county, and we are basically, you know, church goers down here, and a lot of the things they do ... we don't agree with it." I believe that when Snead says "they," she's talking about TLC -- and if that's the case, I agree with her.
TLC has a bit of an obsession with people of smaller stature. Little People, Big World and The Little Couple both focused on people who lived normal lives despite the challenges that came with their size. Then there was Little Chocolatiers, which combined TLC's love of the littler people with all of the zany antics that made bakery shows like Cake Boss so popular.
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