19 items from 2017
[[tmz:video id="0_y7nhsyg6"]] Incredible to think "Trading Spaces" would come back with anyone other than Paige Davis helming its reboot. The home improvement show, where neighbors have 2 days and a $1,000 budget to make over a room in each other's home, just announced it's returning with Davis as host. But Davis says she wasn't a shoo-in for the gig, despite the show's dedicated fan base, including Tina Fey who once stalked out their set. We didn't believe it either, »
- TMZ Staff
Hosting popular television shows is one of the most difficult jobs in the entertainment industry. While hosting is a talent in itself, many of the most prominent hosts on television are remarkable performers in their own right. Such is the case with the highly popular and versatile Paige Davis. Davis rose to fame thanks to her incredible hosting work on Trading Spaces. While she departed from the series for several years, she is set to return again as host of the show. Despite becoming a household name, many people think of Davis as only a television host. In reality, she
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Paige Davis »
- Timothy Hickey
Trading Spaces is bringing back an original series host for the reboot. Paige Davis is back! She hosted several seasons of the redecorating TV show that ran from 2000 until 2008. Read More… »
Good news for all the home makeover fans out there!
"I'm so excited, because you probably already heard the news that TLC is bringing Trading Spaces back, but guess what else? I also am coming back!" Davis exclaimed in a video announcement on Wednesday. "I will be hosting Trading Spaces again. I am back at TLC, back home back where I belong, and I am so thrilled."
Each episode of the popular home makeover series, which aired on TLC from 2000 to 2008, featured two sets of neighbors who received the challenge of making over a room in the other's house with the help of a home decorator and set budget.
Davis became the host of Trading Spaces in 2001, replacing »
In today’s roundup, HBO’s “Gentleman Jack” casts its lead, and A&E reality series “Wahlburgers” gets a premiere date.
Sally Wainwright’s “Gentleman Jack,” formerly known as “Shibden Hall,” cast Suranne Jones to star in the new HBO and BBC One drama series. Jones will play Anne Lister, who is depicted as the charismatic, single-minded landowner who charms her way into high society, ignores convention, and sets out to marry a wealthy man. Based on historical fact, “Gentleman Jack” centers on an unlikely love story set in 1931 Halifax — the cradle of the industrial revolution. The series examines Anne’s relationships with her family, her servants, her tenants, her industrial rivals, and her would-be-wife, the wealthy heiress Ann Walker.
Crackle’s drama series “The Oath” added cast for three recurring roles: Billy Malone, Sarah Dumont, and Aaron Abrams. Malone plays Frank Albanese, the casino manager and longtime mentor and father figure to Steve Hammond (Ryan Kwanten »
- Rebecca Rubin
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- Liam Mathews
The home makeover show's classic era host will return for the revival, People reports.
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- Liam Mathews
It appears Jamie Lanister will be storming Springfield to pay Fox’s The Simpsons a visit.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau will lend his voice to the long-running animated series in the upcoming episode “The Serfsons” — described as “a love letter to the fantasy genre” — EW.com reports.
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Details on Coster-Waldau’s character are being kept under wraps, however executive producer Matt Selman hinted that the character will be quite similar to the Game of Thrones “Kingslayer” and that he has “a surprising and sexy connection to one of the main characters.”
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Paige Davis is returning to host an upcoming reboot of the former home design show, “Trading Spaces”. TLC revealed on Wednesday in a video announcement that the 47-year-old television host will return to the network for the show’s reboot, which will start casting homeowners in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Baltimore, and is set to premiere […] »
- Cat Williams
Paige Davis, host of the original home design series Trading Spaces, is returning for TLC’s revival slated to air in 2018. In addition, casting of homeowners has begun in the first three cities of Los Angeles, Atlanta and Baltimore. Based on the BBC TV series Changing Rooms, Emmy-nominated Trading Spaces ran for eight seasons on TLC and Discovery Home from 2000-2008, one of their most successful series to date. The series, which featured two sets of neighbors redecorating… »
Trading Spaces might be getting a little makeover for its revival, but one thing is staying the same: Its host. Paige Davis will return to the TLC home makeover series to once again host the program, E! News has confirmed. "I will be hosting Trading Spaces again, I'm back at TLC, back home and back where I belong," Davis said in the video announcement. See the announcement video below. Trading Spaces is returning to TLC 10 years after it ended. The series takes two sets of neighbors and challenges them to makeover a room in the other's house with the help of a designer and a limited budget. "TLC is back into home and property with Nate & Jeremiah By Design, our new show helping »
It’s a Diy-er’s dream come true!
Davis, 47, held down hosting gigs on Home Made Simple on the Oprah network and Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family in the years following Trading Spaces. In 2013, she revived her role as Roxy Hart in Chicago on Broadway, which she’d also starred in before her TLC days.
Before her return was officially announced, Davis had expressed her »
- Lanford Beard and Mackenzie Schmidt
Trading Spaces is coming back to televisions nationwide, and fans are already getting giddy with visions of new two-day room revamps.
So, until the network is ready to divulge, here’s some things from Trading Spaces‘ original run that we’re hoping will carry on through the reboot.
1. Voice of reason Paige Davis and her famous pixie
When actress Paige Davis was brought on as host of the show in its second season, »
- Lindsay Kimble
Trading Spaces is making a comeback, and the vintage TLC show’s fans are more than ready.
The network is keeping their cards close on the details of the reboot for now, saying only that the show will start airing in 2018, in an announcement on Tuesday. But that hasn’t stopped Trading Spaces enthusiasts from getting nostalgic about the Og home makeover show.
The series’ many successful redesigns surely inspired more than a few amateur decorators in its day, but it’s the neighborly slip-ups, that left homeowners in stunned silence, awe and sometimes tears that are perhaps the most memorable. »
- Megan Stein
TLC just made a surprising reveal: The show that started the makeover TV craze is making a comeback.
“This is a big one,” said TLC president and general manager Nancy Daniels at the Discovery Communications Upfront on Tuesday. “I am excited to announce that TLC’s most successful and most iconic series . . . Trading Spaces is coming back,” the Av Club reports.
Daniels said that the reboot will premiere some time in 2018, but did not offer any further details.
The original series, which aired from 2000 to 2008, featured a rotating cast of designers beloved mostly for their big personalities and wacky ideas. »
- Mackenzie Schmidt
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The announcement was made Tuesday at TLC’s upfront presentation by network president Nancy Daniels, per Fox News. “This is a big one,” she began. “I am excited to announced that TLC’s most successful and most iconic series … is coming back.”
For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, Trading Spaces was a reality show in which two pairs of »
TLC unveiled its plan to revive the show at the Discovery Communications upfront presentation Tuesday in New York, where the company unveiled a slew of new programs for core channels Discovery, Investigation Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, Science and Own. Among the new offerings that got a rise out of the upfront crowd was “My Fat Pet,” an Animal Planet series that vows to tackle obesity among cats and dogs.
Discovery Communications CEO David Zaslav gave a shout-out in his opening remarks to TLC for its growth spurt during the past year. He credited TLC president Nancy Daniels with understanding the mood of the cabler’s largely female audience and the desire for a respite from the topsy-turvy world of politics and the edgier aspects of pop culture.
“TLC is Middle America,” Zaslav »
- Cynthia Littleton
Love a nasty woman flight attendant Starting our wknd of amazing women because we can't give up! @SpiritAirlines #WomensMarchOnWashington pic.twitter.com/bWj89inKtJ
— Flor Blake (@FlorBlake) January 20, 2017
On Friday, tens of thousands of women made their way to the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. to protest the election of president Donald Trump.
Their journeys to the event — and some of the sister marches planned in all 50 states and six continents across the world — took over social media, with their large crowds becoming a symbol of sisterhood and solidarity.
One video of a »
- Dave Quinn
What began as a simple Facebook invitation to protest the election of president Donald Trump turned into a global movement on Saturday, as millions of women (and men) across the world took to the streets in solidarity.
Their signature event was the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. — though a series of sister marches planned in all 50 states and six continents across the world were also scheduled. And among the political protesters lending their voices to the cause were a slew of famous faces.
Katy Perry was one of them. The vocal Hillary Clinton supporter shared a throwback photo of herself and her sister, »
- Dave Quinn
19 items from 2017
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