The Mole herself, Kathryn Price, helped find women for The Bachelor. Kathryn Price, best known as the mole from the first season of The Mole is now contributing to another ABC show: The Bachelor. She’s “a television publicist,” according to The Wichita Eagle, who discovered contestant Amanda, who the bachelor picked as one of the… continue reading
The Mole, Survivor brought their network’s youngest audiences. Reality TV shows are bringing advertiser-coveted younger audiences to the networks. The numbers show that The Mole attracted an average age of 38.5, ABC’s youngest audience, while Survivor 2 brought viewers with an average age of 39.6 to CBS, and Popstars gave The WB its fourth-youngest audience… continue reading
The Mole’s Jim named one of People’s Top 50 Bachelors. The Mole‘s runner-up has been named one of People magazine’s Top 50 Bachelors. His profile–which says he’s working on a pilot news show for MTV–isn’t on the web site, unfortunately; you’ll have to buy the magazine, which is on newsstands now.
Kathryn was assisted by a paramedic after fainting. During the episode of The Mole when Kathryn fainted, a paramedic was called to assist her. According to a March 24 TV Guide story that summarizes the close calls and increasing risks on reality TV shows, “the medic’s aid was edited out.”
Kathryn: I did not have an affair with Steve. The Mole herself talks to 3BigShows.com. Kathryn Price explains why Charlie lost, gives her impressions about each cast member, discusses her role, and crushes the rumor that she and Steve had an affair.
final chat: the players talk. The chat with The Mole‘s final three players–Steve, Jim, and the mole Kathryn, has been posted at abc.com. Among the revelations during their very candid chat: all three followed online chats and discussions about the show, Jim wasn’t a big fan of Henry’s, Steve says the “clues” revealed to the… continue reading
Jim: friendships on The Mole were “real”; Charlie was “a real dick.” The Mole‘s Jim Morrison (yes, that’s his real name) talks to Gay.com and reveals that he got paid about the same amount as Kathryn, the mole herself; says that “Charlie was a real asshole, a real dick” but not a homophobe; and says… continue reading
The Mole, Temptation Island pull big ratings wins for their networks. The Mole‘s ratings were the series’ highest ever, boosting ABC’s sweeps ratings to let it tie with CBS in the 18 to 49 demographic for the month. Temptation Island also won its hour, although it wasn’t the show’s highest rated episode to date. Still,… continue reading
Kathryn is the mole; Steven wins. In a stunning finale, Chicago law school lecturer Kathryn was revealed to be The Mole, and highly suspicious undercover cop Steven won the game, beating helicopter pilot Jim. The final episode reunited the cast and revealed the ways in which Kathryn worked against the group–and the ways that Jim… continue reading
the reality TV trifecta: the mole is finally revealed, Temptation ends, and Law & Order kills a reality TV star. Last night’s episode was all about the final two challenges, leaving tonight’s 8 p.m. EST second half of The Mole finale at 8 p.m. EST on ABC to reveal all. First, though, Anderson will reunite… continue reading
EW’s critic changes his mind about The Mole, “TV’s classiest reality show.” Entertainment Weekly’s Ken Tucker “eat[s] a small plate of crow” for his original D+ grade for The Mole; he now says it is suspenseful and appeals to “the widest demographic,” since he watches it with his 11-year-old daughter.
Mole finale begins tonight. One final challenge will give Kathryn, Jim and Steve the opportunity to figure out which one of them is traitor on tonight’s one-hour The Mole finale. But it’s just the first half, because tomorrow night, before the mole is revealed, the “seven executed victims will be reunited and interviewed by host… continue reading
columnist: The Mole is “far more seductive” than Survivor. Praise for ABC’s The Mole continues to pop up as the show approaches its two-part finale this week. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s John Levesque says that “the show has become an elegant example of a strategy-based game show that doesn’t try to reduce its players to pettiness,… continue reading
Anderson Cooper: The Mole is “not something elementary like watching 10 people get along on an island.” Anderson Cooper explains that The Mole is mostly a “who-done-it” and defends its “psychological complexity.” And, in a quotation that could be a major spoiler or could be absolutely meaningless, one of the cast members agrees, saying, “It’s… continue reading
next Mole will include more players and a greater focus on them. E! Online’s report about the next season of The Mole quotes the co-creator Scott Stone, who says next season they will “start with more people obviously … [And] we intend to spend a little more time on the personal stories and a little… continue reading