A review of VH1’s mostly pleasurable, though somewhat stilted premiere of Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, a playful talk show on a kitchen set.
Watch the trailer for Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, VH1’s crazy cooking/talk show starring Martha Stewart and Snoop.
Mob Wives star Angela Raiola, aka Big Ang, died early this morning at age 55 from stage-four lung cancer and brain cancer. She starred in the VH1 show and two spin-offs, plus Couples Therapy.
The reality series chronicling the build-up to the wedding between Chad Johnson, who recently changed his name from Chad Ochocinco, and Evelyn Lozada, has been cancelled after he was arrested for domestic violence over the weekend. Ev and Ocho was supposed to debut Sept. 3, and when VH1 announced it, the network said “audiences will… continue reading
Mob Wives star Angela Raiola, aka “Big Ang,” was once a cocaine dealer who was indicted and convicted for selling cocaine in New York nine years ago. The Smoking Gun reports that she “was one of 15 defendants indicted–and later convicted–for their roles in the narcotics operation, which distributed crack cocaine, powdered cocaine, and marijuana… continue reading
A reality show cast member is pregnant with Mel Gibson’s baby, according to her friends, though it’s unlikely you’ve heard of her. Rumorfix’s report calls Laura Bellizzi “the bad girl, queen bee and most-hated cast member” on Secrets of Aspen, a low-rated 2009 VH1 series, and it’s difficult to imagine anyone cared enough about that… continue reading
The reality series that brought together a bunch of unlikable reality show cast members to open a restaurant that no one wants to go to, Famous Food, surprisingly flopped and is being moved to a new night and time. The show debuted last week with just 430,000 viewers, making it “VH1’s least-watched series debut of… continue reading
The reality series starring a bunch of unlikeable reality stars has been revealed, and despite the fact that it stars Danielle Staub, Jake Pavelka, and Heidi Montag, it is not about reviled reality TV show villains. Instead, those cast members will be opening a restaurant in West Hollywood together for VH1’s Famous Food, a show… continue reading
LFO singer and Mission: Man Band star Rich Cronin has died. He “suffered a stroke after a lengthy battle with leukemia, according to his brother,” TMZ reported. He was the star of the 2007 VH1 reality series Mission: Man Band, on which he and three other former boy band members (Chris Kirkpatrick, Bryan Abrams, and… continue reading
Chasyn Rance, a cast member on Tool Academy‘s third season who quit during the first episode, has been arrested for having sex with a 15-year-old two years ago, when he was 25. He bonded out of jail Monday. Chasyn, who was nicknamed “Wrestlin’ Tool” on the show, “was arrested Sunday and charged with lewd or… continue reading
Cameras for a VH1 reality series are following fame-seeking wait staff at Eva Longoria-Parker’s Hollywood restaurant Beso. Beso: Waiting to be Famous, which she’s producing, “will follow the employees that work at my restaurant. I’m not in it that much. I’m married and old now,” she told CNN. The series is produced by VH1 regular… continue reading
While announcing a slate of new programming, VH1’s president admitted that the network went overboard cloning its dating reality series, and admits that they weren’t always exactly authentic. You know, fake. “As much as they’ve enjoyed the ‘Love’ franchise, our audience was getting a little fatigued by all those manufactured reality shows. They want more… continue reading
Despite casting two actual murderers as potential soulmates for its talent, VH1 is moving forward with its string of dating series, enlisting Cincinnati Bengals player Chad Ochocinco to front his own show produced by 51 Minds Entertainment, the same people behind VH1’s other dating series. On the show, which will debut in July and is… continue reading
Megan Wants a Millionaire star Megan Hauserman has commented on the late summer death of one of her suitors after he was charged with murdering his ex-wife. And she says that she could have been murdered, too. “I was terrified he was going to come looking for me. I never left my apartment,” she told… continue reading
Last week, VH1 announced a new series Basketball Wives that will provide “a behind-the-scenes look at the glamorous life of a professional basketball player’s wife,” and said that the cast included executive producer Shaune O’Neal (Shaquille O’Neal’s wife) in addition to “Jennifer Williams (wife of Eric Williams), Evelyn Lozada (ex-fiance of Antoine Walker), Mesha O’Neal… continue reading