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Over the weekend, Brooke Shields, star of NBC's Lipstick Jungle, said that reports of the series' demise were greatly exaggerated. She told Us Weekly, "They're not breaking down the sets. We're still working. We still have more to do, so it's erroneously presented that we've been cancelled, thank God."
What's going on? Well, there haven't been big changes to the TV show's fate but some developments may give Jungle fans some hope.
Shields and company (Kim Raver, Lindsay Price, Paul Blackthorne, Andrew McCarthy, Robert Buckley, Sarah Hyland, David Norona, Dylan Clark Marshall, etc.) are indeed finishing up episode 13 of season two this week. NBC did not shut down production of Jungle but have yet to order any more either. The show was performing poorly on Wednesday nights and was moved to Fridays where it did even worse than its predecessor in the timeslot, Life.
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The peacock network has gotten tired of picking up the tab for "three of New York's most powerful women." They're cancelling the Lipstick Jungle TV show after two seasons and 20 episodes.
Lipstick Jungle is based on the best-selling book by Sex and the City's Candace Bushnell and follows the lives of three high-powered friends; former studio president Wendy Healy (Brooke Shields), magazine editor Nico Reilly (Kim Raver), and fashion designer Victory Fords (Lindsay Price). Others castmembers include performers like Paul Blackthorne, Andrew McCarthy, Robert Buckley, Sarah Hyland, David Norona, Dylan Clark Marshall, Seth Kirschner, Matt Lauria, David Alan Basche, and Marcia DeBonis.
The series debuted as a midseason replacement series on February 7, 2008. Despite being part of NBC's Thursday night line-up, Jungle only attracted 7.54 million viewers and a 2.9/8 rating/share of the 18-49 demographic. The rest of the season averaged fewer than six million viewers.
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Paris has been making the rounds for her new BFF show in NYC, but there are plenty of parties to hit between interviews. Last night she and Benji celebrated the grand opening of Haven nightclub before she headed to The View this morning. Paris may have moved on since her stint in jail last year, but Joy couldn't help bringing it up when she thought a criminal record would prevent Paris from voting in the upcoming presidential election. Paris was quick to set the record straight and hopefully her participation in the election will go further than nominating herself for candidacy. To see more photos and Paris on The View, just read more. Images include: Paris Hilton, Benji Madden, Bonnie Somerville, Jaslene Gonzalez, Connor Paolo, Sarah Hyland Source »
3 items from 2008
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