Reality TV Airdate Schedule News - August 2003
FOX has announced that after a summer filled with fun, sun, scheming and strategizing, the residents of "Paradise Hotel" will soon find out what they'll win if they aren't forced to check out – and that the ultimate prize will be awarded to the last couple standing. But before that happens, they'll need to survive the challenges ahead.
FOX has announced that the two-hour season finale of "Paradise Hotel" has been rescheduled from the previously announced week of September 24, and will now air Wednesday, October 1 (8-10 PM ET/PT.)
E! Online reports that, as we speculated earlier this week, Fox has dropped American Juniors from its fall 2003 schedule.
Jam! Showbiz reports that CBS has added two additional episodes of its summer hit Big Brother 4, which will delay the final vote by one week. The finale will now air on Wednesday, September 24, not the prior Wednesday.
Well it was just a matter of time before it happened... reality television is now receiving its own "True Hollywood Story," "Behind The Music," "Where Are they Now?" style documentary series.
CBS spokesperson Colleen Sullivan announced this afternoon that the network will officially introduce the cast of the upcoming "Survivor: Pearl Islands" seventh edition of "Survivor" on the August 28 broadcast of the "The Early Show" morning news program.
Clay Aiken's single may no longer be number one, but he's still got what it takes to make the pageant stage. The Associated Press reports that Aiken will be performing his hit "This Is The Night" as one of the opening acts for the Miss America Pageant on September 20 in Atlantic City.
Hollywood Reporter reports that the "Fab Five" from Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy -- Carson Kressley, Thom Filicia, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas and Jai Rodriguez -- will guest-star as themselves on the second episode of NBC's sitcom Good Morning Miami this fall. In the show, the Fab Five will make over the main characters' studio apartment.
NBC announced today that “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” Bravo’s critically acclaimed original series, will make its second consecutive appearance on NBC on Thursday, August 21 10-11 PM ET.
NBC will “marry” two hit summer reality series with back-to-back reunion specials featuring the casts of “For Love or Money” and “For Love or Money 2” (9-10 PM ET) followed by another reunion with the family and women of “Who Wants to Marry My Dad?” at 10PM ET on Labor Day -- Monday, September 1.
NBC will has announced that it will air a “Who Wants to Marry My Dad?” reunion special on 10PM ET on Labor Day -- Monday, September 1. The 10PM special will air immediately after another 9PM ET reunion special featuring the casts of NBC's other summer reality relationship show hits -- “For Love or Money” and “For Love or Money 2.”
Did you miss the next-to-last episode of CBS' "The Amazing Race 4" because you were busy with other things... like trying to deal with a loss of electrical power due to Thursday's massive blackout?
NBC will broadcast two new “Meet My Folks” episodes in August as three women compete for former “Meet My Folks” contestant Giancarlo Maniaci on Monday, August 18 (10-11 p.m. ET) -- while three men vie for a trip to Hawaii with beautiful San Francisco 49ers cheerleader Janelle Matulich on Monday, August 25 (10-11 p.m. ET).
MSNBC has announed that The Fab Five of Bravo's hit “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” series will appear on “Buchanan and Press,” at 6-7 PM. (ET) on Tuesday, August 12
Not only did "America's Next Top Model" winner Adrianne Curry win a modeling contract on the UPN series, but she's also apparently scored a two episode cameo appearance on the network's "Half & Half" sitcom.
In an unconventional move, FOX has decided to schedule the series finale of "Paradise Hotel" for the week of September 24, 2003 -- the same week that most other television networks are launching their new Fall 2003 schedules.
FOX has announced that the third edition of its long-mothballed "Temptation Island" reality series will premiere Thursday, August 28 at 9-10 PM ET/PT. Television personality Mark Walberg returns to host the third installment of the one-hour series that chronicles the relationships of four couples seeking to challenge the strength of their love and trust on "Temptation Island."
NBC had said that it was considering broadcasting another episode of Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy on network TV, and so it will -- with some help from a special guest.