Trading Spaces’ return to television, “Not Our First Rodeo,” was a welcome return to form for the show. But there were some noticeable changes from the original.
Dusting off an old brand has worked for MTV, which desperately needed a hit, and found one in Jersey Shore: Family Vacation.
Trading Spaces designer Doug Wilson reveals the true origin of his villainy, and Laurie Smith explains what Trading Spaces does that other home renovation shows do not. And both talk about what’s changed with the reboot of the TLC series.
There are lots of rich story elements on Survivor Ghost Island, but not yet a clear narrative.
In an attempt to get big ratings, MTV has reunited most of the cast of Jersey Shore, who get drunk and party. Okay.
The Nashville-set E! show Very Cavallari will follow Kristin as she opens a store for her brand Uncommon James.
A survey found that Lionel Richie has the highest favorability ratings, and that roughly 70 percent of those who were planning to watch American Idol missed the show since it was cancelled by Fox.