• Candidate 2012 will follow a single person’s 10-year quest for the presidency.

  • Chadwick and Holly decided against having MTV cover their wedding.

  • Flickerstick’s original “Coke” lyrics drew Coca-Cola’s attention.

  • Survivor Marquesas will conclude opposite X-Files finale; Amazing Race 2 will debut early, on March 11.

  • Survivor experience “opened [the cast’s] eyes” to the problem of AIDS.

  • HBO: Project Greenlight “exceeded our expectations in every way.”

  • is the BBC’s The Experiment “cruel and unusual” or “immensely relevant”?

  • Endemol denies next UK Big Brother will feature two houses.

  • Real World/Road Rules Challenge debuts tonight.

  • UK Big Brother’s Josh to prospective cast: “be very, very wary.”

  • gossip from Dallas: the Survivor Africa cast attends a dinner and charity event.

  • Jeff Probst says he “could never win” Survivor; changed his film Finder’s Fee’s ending after realizing this.

  • Kym definitely out of Hear’Say.

  • PBS’ Senior Year’s strength is in the show’s “candid moments.”

  • Behind the Glass cast stays in after government takes station off the air.

  • who was the blurred and bleeped rock star Cara hooked up with?

  • CBS announces “integrated marketing partners” for Survivor Marquesas.

  • Lex’s Luckydog signs with a label.

  • PBS’ new American Family, debuting tonight, is not a reality TV show.

  • Pop Idol album being produced.

  • Bunim-Murray casting today and tomorrow for Playboy reality TV special.

  • Liquid Generation continues “insider coverage” of Real World Chicago.

  • Pete Jones feels “a little bit burned” by Project Greenlight, the TV show.

  • USA Network’s Combat Missions debut reaches 1.68 million homes.

  • everything you ever wanted to know from Rob & Brennan, part one.