Survivor: South Pacific: Is It Time for Coach to Shake Up His Alliance?
This week’s Survivor: South Pacific found Little Russell (aka Brandon Hantz) once again proving himself as trustworthy as a campaign promise the day after the polls close. Look, regardless of whether or not you think …READ MORE
Brandon Hantz: Survivor's Creepiest Player Ever?
Something disconcerting is happening on Survivor: South Pacific, the Broadway Musical. I speak, of course, of Brandon Hantz‘s baffling obsession with the idea that …READ MORE
Survivor: South Pacific Season Premiere: What Was This Week's Weakest Move?
Survivor: South Pacific – which, for the uninitiated, is not a reality show-Broadway musical hybrid — got off to an intriguing start Wednesday night. Familiar faces Ozzy and Coach returned for their third attempts at outwitting, outlasting, and outplaying the opposition, but fortunately, the 90-minute season premiere didn’t …READ MORE AND VOTE
Emmys: HBO Dominates Early Races With 15 Wins; Glee, Grey's, SNL, Community Grab Gold
Nucky Thompson was the one to beat on Saturday night in Los Angeles at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, where HBO dominated with 15 total wins — including seven for Boardwalk Empire alone. SEE WINNERS LIST
Survivor: South Pacific Brings Back 'Coach' and Ozzy: Third Time's the Charm...?
Though you will see many a stranger across a crowded lagoon, Survivor: South Pacific will also feature two familiar faces: Benjamin “Coach” Wade and Ozzy Lusth, CBS announced on Wednesday morning, confirming online rumors. And at last one Survivor vet predicts they both will have a very hard time this latest time around. READ MORE
Meet the Survivor: South Pacific Cast! Who Gets Your Early, Superficial Vote?
You don’t have to wait for some enchanted evening to meet the bulk of the Survivor: South Pacific cast. We’ve got your photos and bios right here! READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Best Reality Show Host?
Emmy Season is upon us, and with a little more than five weeks until the Sept. 18 ceremony, we here at TVLine decided it was time to find out who you’re rooting for in all the key acting and show categories. We’ll kick things off today with the race for Outstanding Reality Show Host, a category that’s only been in existence since 2008, and has been won all three times by …READ MORE
Cat Deeley Talks SYTYCD Emmy Nod: Cheering Seacrest, Toppling Probst, Skirting Fashion Hell
For several years running, reality TV junkies have lamented Emmy’s outrageous snub of So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley in the Outstanding Reality-Show Host category. Last Thursday, however, the oversight was finally remedied, as Deeley found herself scoring her very first nomination alongside Survivor‘s Jeff Probst, American Idol‘s Ryan Seacrest, The Amazing Race‘s Phil Keoghan, and Dancing With the Stars‘ Tom Bergeron. We caught up with Deeley this week to talk about how she’ll approach her big red-carpet moment, why she’s rooting for Ryan Seacrest to beat her in her own category, and which Happy Days character she emulated when she first got word of her nomination. …READ MORE
Jeff Probst Lands CBS Talk Show -- Is He Voting Himself Off Survivor?
You can go ahead and scratch Jeff Probst’s name off the short list of possible Regis Philbin replacements — the Survivor host is getting his own talk show. READ MORE
Emmys 2011: The Reality-Competition Race In Review - Including Our 5 Dream Nominees
Secretariat is widely considered the greatest thoroughbred of all time, and yet not even he retired undefeated. Similarly, the Emmy race for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program turned into a real horserace last year when Top Chef claimed the top prize and broke The Amazing Race‘s stunning streak of seven consecutive victories.
Which shows are most likely to enter the starting gate when the Emmy Derby begins with nomination announcements on July 14? We handicap the likeliest contenders… after this. REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE