Jeff Lewis went into detail about the end of his relationship with Jenni Pulos (he’s mad she reported him to their bosses) and his relationship with Flipping Out’s network (“I’ve had a lot of heat from Bravo”).
Jenni Pulos reported Jeff Lewis to Bravo for harassment, abuse, and for creating “a hostile working environment,” according to Jeff.
Jenni Pulos, who pitched Flipping Out to Bravo, is no longer working for Jeff Lewis Design or even speaking to Jeff, according to People.
An interview with Queen of Versailles star Jackie Siegel, about her appearance on Bravo’s Flipping Out with Jeff Lewis, and more.
Flipping Out ended its seventh season not with the departure of a cast member, Jenni Pulos, as previews and the last few episodes suggested might happen. Instead, it ended with something even more shocking: the death of a cast member, Monkey, Jeff Lewis’ cat, who was put to sleep. “This is the worst thing I’ve… continue reading
Flipping Out star Jeff Lewis is suing his co-star, assistant, and creator of the series, Jenni Pulos, over her book, Hang in There, Baby! What One of the World’s Most Difficult Bosses Taught Me About Life, Work and Love, which will be released next year. That subtitle seems to be the problem: While it’s not… continue reading
When Bravo announced Jeff Lewis’ new show, Interior Therapy, I was thrilled: I’m kind of addicted to the hour-long place and people makeover format, and I love Jeff Lewis and his team, particularly Jenni Pulos. Flipping Out is pretty close to a perfect docudrama, and even in weaker seasons, is entertaining. But this new show… continue reading
At the start of the Flipping Out third-season reunion, Jeff Lewis joked that he was doing the reunion to make himself more favorable to Bravo so the show would get a fourth season, and said, “I want to lose some more friends.” That’s apparently what eventually happened, as Jeff later had an epic and atypically… continue reading
One of the new cast members on Bravo’s Flipping Out, design intern Trace Lenhoff, is renting a room in his Hollywood penthouse apartment. I’m not sure why I find this ad so fascinating, because of course reality stars need apartments and roommates, too, but something about the intersection of (minor) celebrity and something so intimate… continue reading
Bravo has renewed its hit docudramas, and is adding another fashion-focused reality series. Flipping Out, The Rachel Zoe Project, Million Dollar Listing, and Tabatha’s Salon Takeover will all return, presumably in 2009, although no specific dates have been announced. Flipping Out, the best of a strong group, will continue to follow Jeff Lewis and company,… continue reading
The hideous painting of Jeff Lewis’ housekeeper Zoila Chavez that she called “ugly” was sold at auction for $10,500, and she’ll get to keep all of that. The decision to auction off the painting was made on the Flipping Out reunion, which first aired last week. Although she appeared for just one segment, Zoila was… continue reading
I give Bravo a lot of (well-deserved) shit, but the network remains the most consistent producer of engaging reality TV shows on television today. I probably watch more Bravo reality shows on a regular basis than any other network, although as other networks have caught on and found their own niches, the NBC-owned cable network… continue reading
Another wave of summer reality TV shows starts tonight, from a summer staple talent show to a docudrama about a crazed man. America’s Got Talent 3 debuts tonight at 9 p.m. ET and tries to again become the number one summer reality series. Jerry Springer returns as host, and the judges–Sharon Osbourne, the Hoff, and… continue reading
Two new cable reality series debut tonight: For its show, Bravo has found another high-strung business owner to follow for its latest docudrama, while Spike debuts a real-life version of CSI. Flipping Out debuts at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo, and follows Jeff Lewis, “an obsessive compulsive successful businessman” who flips million-dollar homes and “makes… continue reading