In response to the negative backlash to news that Josh Duggar molested his sisters for years, TLC Network pulled ’19 Kids and Counting’ from its programming schedule.
This action follows a typical pattern of TV networks that pull popular shows only to reinstate the shows when the negative publicity dies down.
Because the current crop of reality shows on TV aren’t boring enough…
Thanks to Prince Williams of ATlpics.Net and PR Guru Saptosa Foster for these photos of the Unbeweavable blue carpet premiere of new reality TV series “Cutting It: In the ATL.”
Six-time Grammy Award winning singer Toni Braxton is back in the spotlight where she belongs. For a while, the star of WEtv’s reality TV series Braxton Family Values was forced to take a backseat to her ungrateful little sister, Tamar Braxton, who refused to credit Toni with her overnight success.
Reality TV personality Kenya Moore is reportedly in despair over a man she met on a television dating show who turned out to be married.
Let’s back up a moment, James Freeman was not technically married when Moore met him on Millionaire Matchmaker. He got married a week before the show aired.
It’s obvious that producer Mona Scott-Young ran out of fresh script ideas on last night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. So she cued the lawyers to reenact child support drama between Scrappy and Erica Dixon, a’la Usher vs Tameka and Ludacris vs Tamika.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cast member Kalenna Harper-Vick has 2 children. According to VH1, Noah Amin Vick was delivered “over the holidays” to Kalenna, 32, and her husband of 11 years, Tony Vick.