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Posts from: November 2001

Real World Chicago cast announced.

Real World Chicago cast announced. The Real World Chicago doesn’t debut until January 15–heck, The Real World 10 hasn’t even had its finale yet–but MTV has released the cast’s names and pictures along with other details. The cast is comprised of Aneesa, 19; Cara, 21; Chris, 23; Keri, 21; Kyle, 22; Theo, 19; and Tonya, …

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Project Greenlight debuts Sunday.

Project Greenlight debuts Sunday. Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s first (and now maybe only, since The Runner was pulled) reality TV show to hit the air debuts Sunday. Project Greenlight follows an independent filmmaker as he produces a film that will eventually be released by Miramax. The movie, called “Stolen Summer,” has already been selected …

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WB President: “overkilled” reality TV still “a viable form of storytelling.”

WB President: “overkilled” reality TV still “a viable form of storytelling.” The WB’s Jordan Levin says the network is still planning to stay with the reality TV format. The network is planning Classmates, which follows high school grads at their 10th reunion. Also, No Boundaries, which was to debut in Dec., hasn’t been pulled entirely, …

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Donovan, Dorothy, Josh, Laurie, Moi, and Monika are the Popstars 2 group.

Donovan, Dorothy, Josh, Laurie, Moi, and Monika are the Popstars 2 group. Last night 10 finalists became six as the as-yet-unnamed Popstars 2 group was announced. As Josh points out in the group’s first interview, they’re all of “different races and ethnic backgrounds,” and with three women and three men, different than most current pop …

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CBS “happy with its reality” shows; third Big Brother may be possible.

CBS “happy with its reality” shows; third Big Brother may be possible. CBS chief Les Moonves says he’s content with the network’s reality TV shows, including Survivor and The Amazing Race, which was recently renewed for a second season. He also says that Big Brother might return next summer, and announced that the network is …

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