Shear Genius has always been the least interesting of Bravo’s line-up of talented people competition series–hair cuts just aren’t that interesting to watch–so changes were welcome. So for its third season, Bravo introduced a new host, mentor, and new judge…. continue reading
For its third season, Bravo’s Shear Genius will get a makeover, as the show will have a new host and new judges. The only person who will remain is stylist Kim Vo, who joined the show as a judge for… continue reading
The second season of Shear Genius, which saw increased ratings, concluded last night, and Dee Adames won the $100,000 cash prize, plus other sponsored things. Annoying arrogant ass Charlie Price was the runner-up, while Nicole Obert, who’s more than a… continue reading
Even though Project Runway‘s producers are phoning it in–two of three challenges so far copied from previous seasons? really?–and the contestants seem less engaging and more annoying, ratings for the show’s fifth season are actually increasing. Bravo said in a… continue reading
Having greenlit second seasons of its competition series Top Design and Shear Genuis, Bravo is now casting for contestants for each one. Top Design 2 wants “[u]p-and-coming as well as established Interior Design professionals and aspirants,” especially if you’re fond… continue reading
Bravo has greenlit a pilot episode for a new series starring Tabatha Coffey, one of its Shear Genius contestants, and the new new series sounds exactly like Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares except with hair instead of food. Tabatha’s Takeover will… continue reading
Bravo has renewed Top Design and Shear Genius, the bastard offspring of Project Runway and Top Chef, but will make changes to the former.
Bravo’s Top Design ends tonight at 10 p.m. ET; either Carisa or Matt will win $100,000 and an awkward hug from Jonathan Adler. Perhaps because the show hasn’t really been a breakout hit, it concludes with just a one-hour episode,… continue reading