Lifetime has renewed Project Runway and its spin-offs for six collective seasons, and also picked up a Shark Tank-like series, Fashion, Inc.
Project Runway All-Stars
Lifetime will air a third season of Project Runway All Stars, and it has a new host yet again: Alyssa Milano, who just released the most most educational and politically aware sex tape ever. There’s also a new mentor: Joanna Coles is out and Marie Claire’s Zanna Roberts Rassi is in. Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina… continue reading
Project Runway All-Stars has been delayed until next year, but the premiere of other spin-off, Project Accessory, has been moved up. Both shows were scheduled to debut Nov. 3, airing back-to-back on Thursdays. But Lifetime announced yesterday that the all-star season “will now premiere in 2012” and the accessory series will debut immediately after the… continue reading
The returning designers who form the cast of Project Runway All-Stars have been announced, as have the new judges (Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman), mentor (Joanna Coles, who edits Marie Claire), and host (supermodel Angela Lindvall). The show’s winner will guest edit Marie Claire for a year, in addition to getting $100,000 cash and other… continue reading
Project Runway All-Stars, the all-star season of the show that now airs on Lifetime, won’t share the same judges or host with the regular series. Heidi Klum told People that it “is a completely separate show, with a separate host and a separate set of judges.” That makes it into a spin-off and different kind… continue reading
If Project Runway‘s desperation to be more like its younger sibling isn’t already evident, the series’ producer is spinning off two competitions: Project Runway: Masters and Project Runway: Accessories. Apparently, someone has seen Top Chef Masters and Top Chef Just Desserts. Ironically, the Weinstein Company reportedly took Project Runway from Bravo to Lifetime after being… continue reading