Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style’s new episodes held until Project Runway returns

The episodes of Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style that aired last week and this week were repeats, and the show won’t broadcast new episodes for at least another month, when Project Runway 4 debuts in November.

“We’re not sure yet when exactly remaining Guide to Style episodes will air, but it will return as a compliment to Project Runway,” a Bravo spokesperson told Blogging Project Runway.

I was bored with the format stating with the first episode, but in recent weeks, the series began to bore even its fans. Blogging Project Runway suggested earlier that there could “be some re-tooling/editing going on behind the scenes,” and time would certainly make that easier.

Once paired with Bravo’s marquee show, the question then becomes whether Project Runway fans will tune in to watch Tim Gunn in an unusual context, or whether they’ll totally avoid the show now that they have Tim Gunn in a context where he really fits.

TGGTS On Hiatus [Blogging Project Runway]

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