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Reality TV News - July 2002

  • 'The Anna Nicole Show' producers considering airing nude footage

    July 31, 2002
    The NY Post reports that former playmate Anna Nicole Smith has no problem getting naked on her new 'The Anna Nicole Show' reality program - but E! producers are still trying to figure out if they can show it.
  • The Mole 2 - Episode 12 Summary

    July 31, 2002
    Our episode summary for "The Mole II - Episode 12," authored by PagongRatEater, has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • Big Brother 3 - Episode 9 Summary

    July 31, 2002
    Our episode summary for Big Brother 3, Episode 9, "Everybody Talk Talks," authored by 'Drive My Car' has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • Reality TV shows dominating summer ratings for the 18-49 demographic

    July 31, 2002
    No wonder programming execs insist reality is here to stay. The Hollywood Reporter reports that for the week ending July 28, four of the top five and seven of the top 10 shows in 18-49 belonged to the genre, including NBC's "Dog Eat Dog" and "Fear Factor" and CBS' "Big Brother 3." Moreover, every night except Friday offered at least one high-rated reality contender. Even long-suffering ABC is in on the action; its "Mole II: The Next Betrayal" took second place in its time slot (3.5/10) and would almost certainly be doing even better if not scheduled opposite "Idol."
  • 'Dog Eat Dog' hits new ratings high

    July 31, 2002
    Reality programming seems to be the name of the game this summer and NBC is apparently winning the game in a big way on Monday nights.
  • 'Mole 2' Episode 11 scores largest audience and best adult 18-34 rating to date

    July 31, 2002
    ABC has announced the July 23rd 11th episode of "Mole II" attracted its largest audience and best adult 18-34 rating of the series, generating ABC's highest adult 18-34 delivery in the hour since November 2001. Together with 'According To Jim' and the finale of 'Houston Medical,' it allowed ABC to post its strongest Tuesday night of the summer in viewers and young adults.
  • SURPRISE: Big Brother 3's Amy Crews also has DWI skeletons of her own in her closet

    July 30, 2002
    In what is sure to be a real stunning development to any viewers who have watched Big Brother 3 contestant Amy Crews continually on camera with an alcoholic beverage in hand, TheSmokingGun.com has reported that Chiara Berti isn't the only Big Brother 3 contestant who knows what it's like to get nailed for drunk driving and other crimes.
  • Cheese lover Amy Crews third to be evicted from 'Big Brother 3' house

    July 30, 2002
    After being nominated for eviction by Roddy Mancuso, the third Head of Household, Amy Crews was evicted from the BIG BROTHER 3 house based on the votes of her fellow HouseGuests. Amy received more votes than fellow nominee Marcellas Reynolds. Eric Ouellette won the Power of Veto and chose to leave the nominations as they stood.
  • Tanya's boyfriend confirms the evicted BB3 houseguests are being sequestered -- adds fuel to rumors that houseguests will return

    July 30, 2002
    In an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, David Lee, the current boyfriend of evicted Big Brother 3 houseguest Tanya, has confirmed that the evicted Big Brother 3 houseguests are apparently being sequestered in the Los Angeles area. This action has added fuel to the rumors of plans to have one or more evicted houseguests return to the house at a later date.
  • Tonya's current boyfriend and first husband differ over accuracy of TV depiction

    July 30, 2002
    In a move that only proves that media whores apparently are attracted to other true media whores, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that David Lee, an art gallery salesman at Caesars Palace and longtime boyfriend of "several months" of ousted houseguest Tanya Paoni has apparently made it his one man mission to "accept every media request for interviews" in an effort to not only give the public "a truer picture of Tanya" but also to conveniently plaster his mug and name where ever possible.
  • Simon planning 'World Idol' show featuring each country's 'Pop Idol' show winner

    July 29, 2002
    The BBC reports that Simon Fuller, the creator of the successful Pop Idol franchise, is planning to make the TV show into a global talent contest by pitting the winners of different countries against each other. Fuller is working on a show provisionally titled World Idol, following the success of Pop Idol around the globe.
  • PBS to air 'Colonial House' followup series to '1900 House' and 'Frontier House'

    July 29, 2002
    Zap2It.com reports that following the success of "1900 House" and "Frontier House," PBS will turn its time machine on again next season. The latest installment of what the public broadcaster calls "hands-on history" programming will be "Colonial House." Families will live together in a small settlement just as early English colonists did upon arriving in America in the 17th century.
  • Osbournes close $7million DVD/VHS deal with Miramax

    July 29, 2002
    The Los Angeles Times reports that The Osbournes have landed another big payday -- this time from Miramax Films for the worldwide DVD/videocassette release of the show.
  • 'The Bachelor: Special Edition' to air on ABC Family the week of August 11th

    July 29, 2002
    The Hollywood Reporter reports that ABC is getting a little more mileage of "The Bachelor," creating a behind-the-scenes special about the reality dating series that's to run on sister network ABC Family. The six-part miniseries, titled "The Bachelor: Special Edition," will run six consecutive nights from August 11-16th.
  • Wednesday regular timeslot premiere of 'Meet My Folks' beats FOX's 'American Idol'

    July 29, 2002
    NBC got a powerful start out of “Meet My Folks” last night in the reality show’s regular-slot debut, winning the 8-9 p.m. ET hour in all key demographics and improving on the network’s summer time-period average by 62 percent among adults 18-49.
  • Legal past of Josh's 'permanent injury' lawsuit revealed

    July 29, 2002
    The Florida newspaper 'Hernando Today' has reported that Big Brother 3 contestant Josh Feinberg was immediately recognized by former Hernando County jurors when he began appearing on the CBS reality show because of a suit he had against a local Winn Dixie supermarket when he resided in the area.
  • ABC takes reality TV to new levels, now casting for plastic surgery reality TV program

    July 29, 2002
    ABC has announced that its casting for a new reality TV show called. 'Ultimate Makeover.' 'Ultimate Makeover' will give three lucky people the "Cinderella" experience of a lifetime. With the use of plastic surgery, as well as the skills of a dream team of hair, makeup and wardrobe people and personal trainers, "Ultimate Makeover" will transform this trio into the best they can physically be, while inevitably redirecting their destiny.
  • ABC's 'The Dating Experiment' to premiere Tuesday August 13th at 9PM

    July 28, 2002
    ABC has announced that it will debut its new 'The Dating Experiment' reality romance series on Tuesday, August 13 at 9 PM EST. Hector Elizondo will narrate the show. In the show, complete strangers give up all control of their lives for two weeks to be ruled by a mysterious diary, all in the hopes of finding true love. The series will premiere with two back-to-back episodes, "The Triangle - Part 1" and "The Triangle - Part 2," TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 (9:00-9:30 p.m. and 9:30-10:00 p.m., ET, respectively),
  • New season of 'The Bachelor' to premiere Wednesday, September 25th at 9PM EST

    July 28, 2002
    ABC has announced its fall premiere dates and the second season of 'The Bachelor' will premiere on Wednesday, September 25th at 9PM EST. ABC will air three eight-episode arcs of the reality series. The first and last arcs, like the original, will feature single bachelors. As previously reported, the middle arc will be called 'The Bachelorette' and feature Trista Rehn, the 29-year-old physical therapist from the first season
  • Producer claims Ozzy & Sharon stole 'Osbournes' idea from him

    July 28, 2002
    The Associated Press reports that a producer has sued Ozzy Osbourne and the rock musician's wife, claiming the couple stole the idea for their hit MTV reality series "The Osbournes" from him.
  • TI2 temper Tony claims to have been 'misled' and drugged into making porno video, fights to keep teaching job

    July 28, 2002
    Gay.com reports that in court records released last week, former 'Tempation Island 2' tempter Tony Vanchieri, 27, a gym teacher in Broward County, Fla. who appeared in a gay porn movie, claims he was misled into believing the video was for modeling scouts. Vanchieri was put on desk duty after MSNBC published a story on its Web site in December that Vanchieri was in the porn video "Solo Guys: Volume 1" (a story that we also reported on when it occurred.)
  • 'Temptation Island' producers now casting for new FOX 'The Big Choice' reality TV show

    July 27, 2002
    FOX and Rocket Science Laboratories (the producers of such wholesome entertainment as "Temptation Island") have teamed up for a new reality series tentatively called THE BIG CHOICE. They are conducting a nationwide search for attractive, intelligent, out-going men and women who are ready for a "serious relationship" (whatever that means -- remember, these *ARE* the producers of Tempation Island that we're talking about.)
  • The Mole 2 - Episode 11 Summary

    July 27, 2002
    Our episode summary for "The Mole II - Episode 11," authored by Teddy_Bear, has been posted. An alternative summary written be Femme is also available. Check them out by clicking HERE
  • Liza Minnelli and husband to star to VH1 reality TV series

    July 26, 2002
    Variety reports that singer Liza Minnelli and husband, producer David Gest will enter the "reality" TV craze with a show called "Liza and David." The show, which being called the first "weekly musical reality series" for VH1, will begin airing as a weekly series in October. VH1 has ordered 10 episodes.
  • 'Big Brother 3' place first for the second consecutive night

    July 26, 2002
    Tonya Paoni won’t win Big Brother but her expulsion from the 'Big Brother 3' house last night did give the reality series a time period win for the second consecutive night, placing first in viewers, households, adults 18-49, adults 18-34 and adults 25-54, according to final Nielsen ratings for Thursday, July 25.
  • BB2 winner 'Evil Will' to host NBC's 'Love Shack' reality show

    July 24, 2002
    Dr. Evil is returning to network television. Will Kirby, the crafty winner of "Big Brother 2" last year, has been named as the host for the new NBC reality show "Love Shack".
  • CBS admits to knowing about Chiara's DUI arraignment conflict

    July 24, 2002
    The Assoccaited Press reports that CBS spokesman Chris Ender admitted on Monday that CBS knew about Chiara's arrest for drunken driving weeks before the reality show went on the air but none the less opted to keep her in the show's cast. "On the bright side, she won't be doing any driving in the house," Ender said.
  • Fire chief charges firefighter Eric with misconduct charges

    July 24, 2002
    Jam! Showbiz reports that "Big Brother 3" HouseGuest Eric Ouellette will still have a career when he exits the CBS reality show -- although a disciplinary hearing awaits him when he gets out.
  • Song of 'Idol' winner to be in stores three weeks after winner picked

    July 24, 2002
    Variety reports that viewers of Fox's summer megahit "American Idol" won't have to wait long to hear the first single from whomever wins the competition.
  • 'Meet My Folks' premiere scores highest reality TV show ratings since 'Survivor: Marquesas' finale

    July 23, 2002
    NBC’s new relationship reality series “Meet My Folks” soared in its special 10-11 p.m. ET preview Monday evening, achieving the highest adult 18-49 rating for any reality series this summer and the highest rating for any non-sports telecast since May.
  • Big Brother 3 - Episode 5 Summary

    July 23, 2002
    Our episode summary for Big Brother 3, Episode 5, "I'm Blind, I'm Deaf, and I'm Stupid: The Return Of Julie Chen," authored by 'GuessItRains' has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • Big Brother 3 - Episode 4 Summary

    July 23, 2002
    Our episode summary for Big Brother 3, Episode 4, "The Racist Who didn't Wash His Hands," authored by 'GuessItRains' has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • 'Under One Roof' cancelled... again

    July 23, 2002
    The Boston Herald reports that UPN has evicted ``Under One Roof'' - again.
  • "Playmate Extreme Team" edition of 'Dog Eat Dog' to air August 5th

    July 23, 2002
    NBC has announced that Playboy's "Playmate Extreme Team" of six centerfolds will compete in a special edition of the hit NBC game show airing Augist 5th. The "Extreme Team" consists of Danelle Folta (Miss April 1995, Shanna Moakler (Miss December 2001), Daphnee Lynn Duplaix (Miss July 1997), Deanna Broooks (Miss May 1998), Stacy Fuson (Miss February 1999) and Jennifer Walcott (Miss August 2001).
  • Tonya Paoni second to be evicted from 'Big Brother 3' house

    July 23, 2002
    After being nominated for eviction by Marcellas Reynolds, the second Head of Household, Tonya Paoni was evicted from the BIG BROTHER 3 house based on the votes of her fellow HouseGuests. Tonya received more votes than fellow nominee Josh Feinberg. Danielle Reyes won the Power of Veto and chose to leave the nominations as they stood.
  • Chiara arrested for DUI before entering BB3 house, misses courtdate due to being in the house

    July 22, 2002
    TheSmokingGun.com has reported that "Big Brother 3" contestant Chiara was arrested in late-May for drunk driving. In fact, while the pending criminal case against contestant Chiara Berti was scheduled for arraignment last Friday morning (7/19) in Los Angeles Superior Court, the 25-year-old New York woman was ensconced with her fellow cast mates in the Big Brother house on the grounds of CBS's Studio City compound, just six-miles--and 13 minutes--from the Van Nuys courthouse where Berti's case was called at 9:35 AM.
  • The Mole 2 - Episode 10 Summary

    July 20, 2002
    Our episode summary for "The Mole II - Episode 10," authored by magic_star, has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • Big Brother 3 - Episode 3 Summary

    July 20, 2002
    Our episode summary for Big Brother 3, Episode 3, "Who Moved My Cheese???," authored by 'GuessItRains' has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • Jack Osbourne Hurt Diving From Pier

    July 19, 2002
    Zap2It.com reports that Ozzy Osbourne's son 16-year old son, Jack, was injured Wednesday when he and several friends were attempting cannonballs off the Malibu Pier in Southern California.
  • Fox achieves 'Fame' with new '30 Seconds to Fame' reality series

    July 19, 2002
    Variety reports that it took only 30 minutes for Fox's latest reality series, "30 Seconds to Fame," to achieve the look like a hit, but the ratings news wasn't quite as good for the network's other Wednesday premiere, reality/comedy hybrid "Meet the Marks."
  • Source Says Fox Near Deal for Second 'American Idol'

    July 19, 2002
    Reuters reports that a source familiar with the situation says the FOX television network is close to signing a deal for a second homage to its breakout summer reality series "American Idol: The Search for a Superstar."
  • Sharon Osbourne Says Cancer Has Spread

    July 19, 2002
    Sharon Osbourne's cancer has spread beyond her colon and the wife of the anarchic British rock star Ozzy Osbourne will start a three-month course of chemotherapy at the end of July, she told People magazine in an interview released on Thursday and reported by Reuters.
  • 'Making The Band II' to premiere October 10th, co-star Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs

    July 19, 2002
    Zap2It.com reports that MTV has announced that Sean "P. Diddy" Combs will be featured in the network's reality show, 'Making the Band II.' Production of the series will begin later this month in New York City. The half-hour show will document the creation of a mainstream hip hop/R&B group, starting with the audition process working up to a record deal, all under the guidance of P. Diddy himself.
  • 'The Bachelor's Trista Rehn to turn the tables and star as 'The Bachelorette'

    July 19, 2002
    ABC has announced that, believing that turnabout is fair play, the ABC Television Network will air "The Bachelorette," a six-episode series in which one woman, Trista Rehn, meets 25 men and begins the courtship process in an attempt to find true romance with one special guy. Rehn was originally introduced to viewers during the first installment of "The Bachelor," ABC's romance reality series in which one man met 25 women, narrowed the field to just Trista and another, but ultimately rejected Trista. The series is expected to premiere in January 2003.
  • Father of reported 'Survivor: Thailand' contestant dies in accident while filming still underway

    July 16, 2002
    The Kingsport Times-News of Tennessee reported today that a Kingsport, TN man was killed Monday evening after his car went off the road and into a ditch. Thomas W. Vance, 62 was killed when his truck struck a driveway culvert, went across the driveway, and came to rest in the ditch on the other side of the driveway. Sullivan County investigators said Vance was not wearing a seat belt.
  • Lori Olsen first to be evicted from 'Big Brother 3' house

    July 16, 2002
    After being nominated for eviction by Lisa Donahue, the first Head of Household, Lori Olson was evicted from the BIG BROTHER 3 house based on the votes of her fellow HouseGuests. Lori received more votes than fellow nominee Amy Crews, who took Marcellas Reynold’s place on the chopping block after Gerry Lancaster vetoed Marcellas’s nomination for eviction.
  • 'The Amazing Race 3' to premiere Wednesday, October 2nd

    July 15, 2002
    CBS president and CEO Les Moonves announced during the TV Critics Association press tour in Pasadena today that 'The Amazing Race 3,' will premiere Wednesday, October 2nd.
  • 'Survivor: Thailand' to premiere September 19th

    July 15, 2002
    CBS president and CEO Les Moonves announced during the TV Critics Association press tour in Pasadena today that "Survivor: Thailand," will debut on Thursday, September 19th at 8PM EST.
  • 'Meet My Folks' to premiere after Monday 7/22 'Dog Eat Dog' before moving to 8PM Wednesdays

    July 14, 2002
    In an apparent attempt to leverage the stellar summer ratings of 'Dog Eat Dog' as a launchpad for another new reality series, NBC has decided to move the airdate of the premiere episode of their new 'Meet My Folks' program from its previously announced 8PM Wednesday July 17th premiere date to Monday, July 22nd at 10PM. The move will allow the program to utilize the evening's 9PM episode of 'Dog Eat Dog' as another strong reality-based lead-in.
  • Big Brother 3 - Episode 1 Summary

    July 14, 2002
    Our episode summary for Big Brother 3, Episode 1, "The Best Little Whorehouse In Hollywood," authored by "shakes the clown" (also known publicly as Michael from FOX's 'Love Cruise' reality TV program) has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • MTV's 'Real World Chicago" finale scores highest 'Real World' ratings ever

    July 14, 2002
    Varierty reports that the Tuesday night finale of MTV's 11th season of " Real World " was the most-watched episode in the series' history, drawing 5.5 million viewers.
  • NBC renames 'Single Guys' to 'Love Shack, changes premise, announces August 26th premiere date

    July 13, 2002
    Zap2It.com reports that NBC has changed the name of its upcoming hour-long dating show from "Single Guys" to "Love Shack." As announced earlier, the producers are searching for contestants, and are now considering videotaped auditions from anywhere in the United States.
  • Canadian network to air 'The Osbournes' UNCENSORED

    July 11, 2002
    Zap2It.com reports that Canadian television network CTV has sublicensed the first two seasons of "The Osbournes" from MTV Canada and plans to air them uncensored on broadcast television.
  • Bravo orders second season of 'The It Factor' to air in January 2003

    July 11, 2002
    Bravo has given a second season of "The It Factor" the go ahead for a 13-episode run to begin in January.
  • 'Big Brother 3' premiere gets strong ratings, edges FOX's 'American Idol'

    July 11, 2002
    Reuters reports that in the biggest ratings matchup yet between marquee "reality" shows this summer, the CBS premiere of "Big Brother 3" went up against "American Idol" on Fox and came out on top -- but not by much.
  • The Mole 2 - Episode 9 Summary

    July 10, 2002
    Our episode summary for "The Mole II - Episode 9," authored by JeffGator, has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • ESPN to air new 'Beg, Borrow, and Deal' reality TV series

    July 10, 2002
    Apparently the executives over at ESPN weren't watching last fall when NBC premiered its 'Lost' reality TV show. Then again, given the ratings, apparently no one was watching.
  • TLC's new 'Trading Spaces' spin-off 'While You Were Out' already loses host

    July 10, 2002
    On Saturday, July 6th, TLC's new 'Trading Spaces' spin-off called "While You Were Out' premiered. And before it even aired, EW.com revealed in an interview with Stephen Schwartz, executive producer of BOTH SHOWS, that host Anna Bocci is no longer already affiliated with the show (what is it with these TLC producers and their hosts?)
  • 'Trading Spaces' first season host Alex McLeod insists she wasn't fired

    July 10, 2002
    Ever since she mysteriously disappeared in season 2 and was replaced by Paige Davis, rumors have swirled among fans about the reasons for original host Alex McLeod's departure. Some even speculate McLeod was fired.
  • Sharon Osbourne Recovering from Colon Cancer Surgery

    July 10, 2002
    (Reuters) Sharon Osbourne, the wife and manager of rock star-turned-reality TV hero Ozzy Osbourne, is "in good spirits and doing well" after undergoing colon cancer surgery last week, the couple's publicist said on Tuesday.
  • 'The Anna Nicole Smith Show' to premiere August 4th

    July 10, 2002
    Zap2It.com reports that E! has announced that 'The Anna Nicole Smith Show' will premiere Sunday, Auguest 4th at 10 p.m. ET on E!
  • CBS.com 'Fantasy Big Brother' game now open for registration

    July 10, 2002
    CBS.com has released it's 'Fantasy Big Brother' online game and registration is now open.
  • 'Big Brother 3' live feed pricing package information announced

    July 10, 2002
    CBS and RealNetworks®, Inc. have announced that they have joined forces for the second time to provide exclusive, 24/7 live video streaming from the "Big Brother 3" house. The webcast, which premieres Wednesday, July 10, immediately following the east coast broadcast of BIG BROTHER 3 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT), will be accessible through the official BIG BROTHER 3 website at www.CBS.com and through RealNetworks' RealOne™ SuperPass subscription service.
  • Bachelorettes In Alaska - Finale Summary

    July 10, 2002
    Our episode summary for "Looking For Love: Bachelorettes In Alaska - Episode 6," authored by Jonnycumlately, has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • Survivor 2's Elisabeth Filarski gets married

    July 9, 2002
    It's official -- America's favorite Survivor sweetheart has gotten hitched (sorry guys!) The Providence Journal reports that Elisabeth Filarski, the 25-year-old former 'Survivor: Australia' contestant wed her college boyfriend, former Boston College quarterback Tim Hasselbeck, 24, this past Saturday. In keeping with her design background, the bride designed her own wedding gown.
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  • The Mole 2 - Episode 8 Summary

    July 7, 2002
    Our episode summary for "The Mole II - Episode 8," authored by Kokoro, has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • 'Blind Date' producer teams with Classmates.com for new show

    July 7, 2002
    Matthew Papish, an executive producer of "Blind Date," has signed a development deal with Classmates Online Inc., which owns the Classmates.com website for people looking to track down old classmates or colleagues. The partners are looking to develop a TV show based on the people who use the site.
  • EW.com leaks 'Big Brother 3' cast the day before CBS' formal announcement

    July 4, 2002
    Geez, stuff like this never happens with 'Survivor,' apparently this just proves what second-rate reality TV fare it is that CBS is serving up this summer.
  • Former BB2 contestant Krista suing CBS over 'The Knife Incident'

    July 3, 2002
    The Daily Advertiser is reporting that former 'Big Brother 2' contestant Krista Stegall has sued CBS over an incident in which another contestant held a knife to her throat last year.
  • Sharon Osbourne to undergo cancer surgery

    July 3, 2002
    The Associated Press reports that Sharon Osbourne, wife of Ozzy Osbourne and star of the MTV reality show "The Osbournes," is set to undergo surgery Wednesday for a treatable cancer, her publicist said. Sharon Osbourne "is expected to make a full recovery," according to a news release from Susan Blond Inc. in Los Angeles. "She has the loving support of her husband and three children who are by her side at this time."
  • Bachelorettes In Alaska - Episode 5 Summary

    July 3, 2002
    Our episode summary for "Looking For Love: Bachelorettes In Alaska - Episode 5," authored by Jonnycumlately, has been posted. Check it out by clicking HERE
  • CBS.com to offer 'Big Brother 3' fantasy game

    July 2, 2002
    Zap2It.com reports that starting Monday, July 8, 'Big Brother 3' viewers will be able to play "Fantasy Big Brother," a variation on fantasy sports games in which players score points based on what they do inside the 'Big Brother 3' house.
  • Third episode of 'Dog Eat Dog' scores highest ratings yet in adults 18-49

    July 2, 2002
    NBC’s “Dog Eat Dog” continued to make the case last night that it could be the biggest reality hit of the summer, scoring its highest adult 18-49 rating to date and beating its closest time-period pursuer by a commanding 42 percent margin among adults 18-49. That keyed another dominant NBC Monday win among adults 18-49, marking the 12th time in 13 weeks NBC has taken the night in the key 18-49 demographic.
  • Richard Hatch and Susan Hawk to appear on July 15th 'Dog Eat Dog'

    July 1, 2002
    Recognizable reality TV stars such as Richard Hatch and Susan Hawk of 'Survivor' are among a roster of fellow alternative celebrities who will compete in a special edition of the hit NBC game show 'Dog Eat Dog' airing Monday, July 15 (8-9 p.m. ET). Brooke Burns ('Baywatch') hosts this series that’s played before an in-studio audience and combines extreme stunts and outrageous dares with smarts and strategy.
  • Reality TV Celebrity edition of 'Dog Eat Dog' to air July 15th

    July 1, 2002
    Recognizable reality TV stars such as Richard Hatch and Susan Hawk of 'Survivor' are among a roster of fellow alternative celebrities who will compete in a special edition of the hit NBC game show 'Dog Eat Dog' airing Monday, July 15 (8-9 p.m. ET). Brooke Burns ('Baywatch') hosts this series that’s played before an in-studio audience and combines extreme stunts and outrageous dares with smarts and strategy.
  • CBS to release 'Big Brother 3' live stream pricing this week

    July 1, 2002
    'Big Brother 3' producer Arnold Shapiro has told Jam! Showbiz that CBS and Real Networks will once again be providing 24-hour Web feeds to the 'Big Brother' house (for a fee of course -- the "free Internet" days are long gone.)
  • BB3 producer threatens to expel houseguests who look at banners

    July 1, 2002
    The NY Post reports that 'Big Brother 3' will have several "plane-spotters" on staff this summer to keep an eye out for small airplanes dragging large banners with personal messages to the show's contestants.






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