Another season of Survivor comes out today. If CBS really loved us it would just air the season in a block on Sundays every so often.
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Today's TV news goes in like a lion and out like a JWoww.
Charlie Sheen needs to get it together. Seriously.
Between Pretty Little Liars and now Huge, ABC Family is delivering the goods this summer. As a fat camp show connoisseur of sorts, I'm happy to say that Huge definitely did not disappoint. Because of the nature of the series, it was a relief to see that the cast was made up of actual teenagers (most of whom were born in the '90s!) with real-life weight issues -- no fat suits or stage makeup here. The writing is sensitive to body issues yet strong on the drama, resulting in an entertaining and touching premiere. And thanks to the fact that this show is scripted, it's way easier to watch than most reality series about fat camp for two reasons: First of all, scripted teenagers are way less annoying than real life teens. Second, because it's okay to be laughing at Huge's campers since they're supposed to be funny -- as much as I loved MTV's Fat Camp, I'm still full of shame for all the times I made fun of crazy Dianne, and it's nice to have that guilt lifted here.
Before gorging yourself on Dancing with the Stars tonight, enjoy your daily dose of today's TV news.
A surprising amount of changes have occurred overnight. TV news, you old dog!