Garth Fisher apparently has a thing for former Playboy models. Full Story
When former Extreme Makeover dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman learned his wife, former The Apprentice candidate Jennifer Murphy, had filed for divorce from him, it was apparently just as painful as having teeth pulled.
Plastic surgeon Garth Fisher, who works on ABC's "Extreme Makeover," has married former Playboy playmate Jessica Canseco in Bel-Air, Calif.
ABC has announced that following a layoff of more than a year, Extreme Makeover will return to the airwaves with four all-new specials beginning Friday, October 20 at 8PM ET/PT.
Former The Apprentice candidate Jennifer Murphy has gotten married, wedding former Extreme Makeover dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman in a Friday evening ceremony.
A Los Angeles lawsuit claims producers of ABC's "Extreme Makeover" dumped a makeover candidate at the last minute and shattered her Texas family.
It looks like "Rock Star: INXS" emcee Brooke Burke will soon be able to resume her "Wild On ..." ways.
Ever wonder what happens to the Extreme Makeover candidates after the cameras stop rolling and they return to their former lives? Who has maintained their new looks? And how have their lives changed? Well you can stop wondering -- ABC has announced that on January 7 it will be airing a special that you won't want to miss -- Life After Extreme Makeover.
ABC has ordered twelve additional episodes of its Extreme Makeover reality series, bringing its total order to twenty-two episodes for the 2003-04 season. The network has also asked the show's executive producers, Chuck Bangert and Lou Gorfain of New Screen Concepts, to produce two stand-alone one-hour specials that will air this season.
It's still early, but if the initial returns are any indication, ABC's counter-programming strategy of airing its popular Extreme Makeover realty series on Thursday at 9PM ET versus the hit lineups of CBS and NBC is showing signs of paying off.
Following nationwide open casting calls and over 20,000 applicants, the first lucky individuals - Caroline, Catherine and Dan - were chosen for the once-in-a-lifetime chance to participate in "Extreme Makeover." The series of self-contained, one-hour episodes -- which will each feature people in their "before" phase, then as they undergo their various procedures and, finally, when the end results are revealed to their families and friends -- premieres on a new day and time, Thursday, September 18 (9-10 PM ET), on the ABC Television Network.
On the season premiere date of the hit reality show, "Extreme Makeover," an open casting call for future makeover candidates will be held in New York City's legendary Roseland Ballroom. "Good Morning America" will kick off the casting call with live telecasts from the casting throughout their broadcast. The first 500 people have the chance of being interviewed on "Good Morning America." "Extreme Makeover" premieres on a new day and time, 9:00-10:00 p.m., ET, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, on the ABC Television Network.
ABC has announced that the second season of its "Extreme Makeover" surprise hit makeover series will premiere on Thursday, September 18 at 9 PM ET.
ABC reports that with it's solid retention of its "The Bachelor" young adult lead-in, the April 30th episode of "Extreme Makeover" beat NBC's "Law & Order" for the second week in a row in Adults 18-34 (4.9/15 vs. 4.5/13) to win its time period.
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