map to Survivor 2 site published by Australian adventurer. Tim the Yowie Man has published detailed directions to the location of Survivor 2 on his Web site. It’s not exactly an easy hike, and Tym tells his visitors that the site is “private property” and “this information is not intended to encourage unauthorised entry.” CBS, …
former WB exec hired as Endemol’s U.S. president. The company that brought us Big Brother, damn them, is shoring up their United States presence with a stateside president, Warner Bros.’ Telepictures Productions’ David Goldberg.
Road Rules season finale is tonight.After the day-long marathon, from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. to 10, Road Rules concludes its Maximum Velocity Tour season at 10 p.m. EST with a mission that has all six cast members marrying each other. Here’s hoping the Roadmaster will reveal his cheesy-ass self tonight.
Melissa: “You have no control.” Ever candid and honest, Melissa reveals a lot about screwed-up timelines, evil editing, the other cast members, and more about the behind-the-scenes world of The Real World in this interview with MightyBigTV.
O-Town at Miss America: “out of breath and terribly strained.”MightyBigTV’s wrap-up of O-Town’s appearance at Miss America is less-than-glowing, but completely hilarious. It concludes, “after hearing this song, I think Ikaika won, too.” + also: MightyBigTV reviews O-Town’s All My Children appearance.
after taxes, Eddie has about $285K, which he’s investing. Eddie returns to Arlington, Texas, after winning Big Brother‘s $500,000 grand prize, and says he’s making about $88 a day in interest on his after-tax prize money.
“through the eyes of a Survivor.” Stacey Stillman may have been kicked off the Survivor island early, but she managed to take a bunch of pictures first; her one luxury item was her camera. Her new Web site, survivorphotos.com, will soon present her photo collection.
CBS president Les Moonves #1 on Entertainment Weekly’s power list. The network exec responsible for signing Survivor (and, of course, Big Brother), CBS’ Les Moonves lands in the top spot on Entertainment Weekly’s Power List, beating both Julia Roberts (number two) and Tom Cruise (number three) for the top spot. Mark Burnett, executive producer of …
Road Rules marathon this weekend.Starting tonight at 12:30 a.m. EST, and then again Monday, from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. to 10, catch up on Road Rules during its end-of-season marathon. And if you missed it before, you can see Making the Band‘s O-Town beat the MTV gang at their own game.
24/7 Web cast of couple’s life supposed to start today. Starting today, a New York couple is going to subject themselves and guests to their home to Big Brother treatment, broadcasting their lives 24/7 at weliveinpublic.com. Isn’t this, like, so four months ago?
columnist: debates should be more like reality TV shows. Susan Ager of the Detroit Free Press suggests a day-long, hidden-camera, broadcast-everywhere event as a replacement for the current presidential debate structure.
miss Colin? get advice from him on friendship and relationships! The Real World Hawaii’s resident stud boy takes a failed acting career and turns it into a co-authoring career. What kind of books? Love and relationship books written with one of the Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul authors. Colin, who’s best known for his …
CBS: “we’re going to allow the press to run inaccurate information.” With rumors flying in Australia about Survivor 2, CBS says it will “stick with our trademark to neither confirm or deny anything.”
Sean says he applied for Survivor to become famous. And it worked: everyone in America thinks he’s a dumbass. Now, the man with the listed phone number “get[s] like 30, 40 calls a day,” which he says is better than the anonymous “first 30 years of my life. You know, I’ve been there, done that.”
Kevin Powell: pop culture is powerful. Talking to the Kentucky Kernel, Kevin Powell, a cast member of the original The Real World, said that being on the show “simply reinforced for me how powerful pop culture is in America.” He also talks about social change. “Young people are the future of this country, as always, …