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Looks like Queen Bey's got some dissenters when it comes to her latest 'do! Beyoncé made headlines when she swapped her long locks for a pretty pixie cut last month, and again shortly thereafter when she added a bit of length for a wavy bob. Being the trendsetter that she is, it wouldn't be too far-fetched to assume lots of gals would follow suit and chop their hair, right? Not according to celebrity hairstylist Adam Reed, who thinks those who copy the singer's sassy cut will only end up looking sadly out of style. "I am afraid that, although I think that it suits Beyoncé, that type of long bob is a bit dated," the hair guru told »
FX Networks will soon have a triumvirate of presidents, as longtime execs Nick Grad, Eric Schrier and Chuck Saftler have been upped to prexy ranks.
Grad and Schrier have been upped to presidents of original programming for FX Networks and FX Prods. Saftler advances to prez of program strategy and COO of FX Networks.
Promotions come on the heels of John Landgraf taking on the CEO role at FX Networks and FX Prods. earlier this week and in advance of the Sept. 2 bow of spinoff channel Fxx.
At a gathering with reporters on Thursday, Landgraf emphasized the importance of the team’s longevity and their collaborative approach to development and programming. Execs also unveiled the first new original series slated for Fxx, animated comedy “Chozen” from the Rough House Pictures team of Danny McBride, Jody Hill and David Gordon Green.
“A lot of this is about pushing creative authority down, »
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ABC Family Continues To Grow Its Original Programming And Greenlights A New Comedy Series, "Spell-mageddon"
Newest Series Will Join ABC Family's Slate of New Productions Premiering This Summer Including "The Fosters," "Twisted," "Dancing Fools" and "The Vineyard"
Burbank, CA - (May 23, 2013) - ABC Family has added another original series to its roster of original programming that will premiere this summer. "Spell-Mageddon" is an hour game show where contestants take on hilarious distractions while spelling increasingly challenging words.
The three girls on Lifetime's newest reality series seem like most typical teens, sweet and angling to be older. They are curious about boys, sometimes acting on that, which explains why one is already a mom. One cites "porno star" as an enticing career, and one asks her older sister explicit questions about sex.
These girls and their families are featured in "Preachers' Daughters," premiering Tuesday, March 12. Though this sounds salacious, the nine episodes are a cinema verite of family life, not a "Girls Gone Wild" video.
That's to the credit of executive producer Adam Reed, whose company was behind "Hatfields & McCoys."
"This is real life of what preachers' families deal with day in and day out, and there are many positives and negatives that come with that," Reed tells Zap2it. "And we are very, very diligent about not having an agenda to say if it were positive or negative. »
4 items from 2013
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