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StyleHaul is a YouTube multi-channel network focused on the verticals of fashion and beauty that is currently in possession of no less than 2,453 channels, whose videos have been viewed more than 10.4 billion times by at least 106 million subscribers. The McN announced today it’s also in possession of a multi-series and multi-year development deal with FremantleMedia North America (aka Fmna). The U.S. production division of the global media giant FremantleMedia (which is responsible for popular television titles with household names like American Idol, The X-Factor, America’s Got Talent, and The Price is Right) will produce a number of scripted and unscripted programs relevant to StyleHaul’s growing audience of young women to be distributed through StyleHaul's network of YouTube channels. The first of which is The Crew, a 10-episode entertainment talk show featuring popular YouTube stars Marcus Butler, Alfie Dyees, Jim Chapman, and Caspar Lee. The series is »
- Joshua Cohen
Happy Thanksgiving!! The price is Right is cooking up a special holiday episode this Wednesday, Nov. 27 with guest celebrity chef Marcela Valladolid, who returns to the show after she first appeared as a contestant in 2004. She even won a car!! The Emmy Award-winning game show is daytime's #1-rated series and the longest-running game show in television history, is fixing a festive Thanksgiving episode, Wednesday, Nov. 27. In the spirit of the holiday, the show is celebrating Turkey Day with themed games and prizes. Plus, after winning a car in 2004 on The Price Is Right, special guest celebrity chef Marcela Valladolid returns to present an amazing showcase featuring trips to San Francisco and Napa for a »
- April Neale
50 years after Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" was released, the song finally has an official music video and it's amazing. Flip through 16 channels on a virtual television and see Drew Carey, Marc Maron and the "Pawn Stars" crew, among many other television personalities lip-synching Dylan's 1965 recording of the song. It's a television universe nobody could have imagined back in 1965. "The Price is Right," BBC News, a tennis match, children's cartoons and a cooking show all vie for our attention. "I'm using the medium of television to look back right at us," director Vania Heymann told Mashable. "You're flipping yourself to death with switching channels [in real life]." Created by digital agency Interlude in partnership with Columbia Records, the video is being released to coincide with "The Complete Album Collection Volume 1," a new 47-cd box set. Check out the video below and start flipping! How does it feel?! »
- Paula Bernstein
Sometimes, technology is astounding.
That's definitely the case with an interactive video for Bob Dylan's classic, "Like a Rolling Stone." The video from Interlude allows the watching to flip between channels -- and see dozens of unrelated people singing just like Dylan.
Click here to watch -- and play with -- the video for yourself.
It's not real, live television or anything -- even though there are a few recognizable shows like "The Price Is Right" in there. And it's not too hard to guess how this might have been done (even if few of us have the skills to actually accomplish it). But the artistry that makes this into something jaw-dropping is just plain wonderful.
Maybe you haven't been at the edge of your seat hoping for a video to accompany Bob Dylan's classic song "Like a Rolling Stone," but perhaps you should have been. A new interactive music video has been released, and it's worth the 48-year wait. Using a remote on the left hand side, you can click through different channels on a "TV" that features shows like The Price Is Right, Pawn Stars, and Hgtv's Property Brothers. If that sounds kind of weird, just try it, because all the people in the shows are lip-synching to the song. Even Marc Maron gets in on the action from his garage! This is a must-see. »
- Maggie Pehanick
The Emmy-winning daytime-tv legend will be seen again on the weekday CBS program Thursday, Dec. 12 -- the day he turns 90. It's part of a week of episodes celebrating the milestone and also highlighting a mission famously advocated by animal-rights crusader Barker: pet adoption.
The birthday episode was taped recently, and Barker confirms his return to the "Price" set was emotional. However, he also tells Zap2it of the genre, "Some of the shows that they have brought on, and that have disappeared, haven't really been game shows. Though they call them that."
Several luxury vehicles, worth more than $500,000 combined, will be given away next week; "The Young and the Restless" stars will serve as special guest models.
The Price Is Right is ready to rev its engines.
The CBS game show has set its first "Dream Car Week," starting Monday. Contestants will have the chance to play a pricing game for the chance to win a dream car each day of the week.
The luxury vehicles, combined worth more than $500,000, include a Porsche 911 Carrera, a Mercedes-Benz Sl 550 convertible, a BMW 640i convertible, a Jaguar Xk touring convertible and an Audi R8 V8 Coupe Quattro.
During "Dream Car Week" contestants also will have the opportunity to win more than $1 million in cash and prizes. Watch a sneak peek below.
- Kimberly Nordyke
"The Price Is Right" aired a special military tribute for Veteran's Day on Monday (Nov. 11). Find out what host Drew Carey had to say about having the vets around. Also, there were a few rather incredible stories from the audience.
How does a show like "The Price Is Right" pay tribute to military service? Mainly, this came about with a veteran-only audience. And everyone in that audience went home with at least a small prize -- the show gave all audience members vouchers for purchases at military stores.
In any taping, Drew Carey pretty much credits the audience with much of the energy seen on "The Price Is Right." "The contestants should be the energy," the host said. "You can't out-entertain the contestants. I'd have to be a maniac to do that ... Once you're out on stage and you hear all the people -- if that doesn't get you pumped up, »
The state of TV game shows in the U.S. has been pitiful for some years now, and that’s an ongoing disappointment to those of us who grew up on TV schedules filled with the likes of The $25,000 Pyramid, Scrabble, and Press Your Luck. Yes, stalwarts like The Price Is Right and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? keep chugging along, but there’s not much in the way of decent new quizzer fare. Instead, we get tedious stunt programming like Million Second Quiz, a show whose title accurately evokes the sensation of watching it. One exception »
This Week in TV:
Netflix announces seasons 5-8 of Dexter will be available to stream in January; Comedy Central renews three shows, including Key and Peele; ABC axes Back in the Game; and The Price Is Right welcomes back Bob Barker for a special appearance to celebrate his 90th birthday.
After releasing seasons 1-4 of Showtime’s landmark drama Dexter on Halloween, Netflix announced this week that the rest of the series will be available for instant streaming on January 1, 2014.
While the Dexter finale that aired this past September was generally poorly received (read our review), the series as a whole garnered widespread acclaim during most of its run on Showtime, and Netflix was understandably excited to ...
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- Daniel Johnson
What had ETonline readers buzzing this week?
1. Stars Affected By Lax Shooting
Several celebrities took to social media Friday morning to voice concern over the shooting that took place at the Los Angeles International Airport.
Actor James Franco Instagrammed a pic from his airplane, captioning, "At #lax Some s** tbag shot up the place."
Additionally, MythBusters star Tory Belleci, who along with co-host Grant Imahara was in the airport at the time and evacuated, sent out several tweets about the ongoing situation, including, "We are being shuttled away from the terminal now. Eye witness said the shooter had an assault riffle. (sic)"
A statement from The Science Channel and Discovery Channel later confirmed that Belleci and Imahara were safe after being in the terminal at the time of the shooting, and thanked "the members of the Lapd, Airport Police, Tsa, and Virgin America staff for restoring safety to the scene."
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Okay, so yesterday the rumor was that Glee would be moving the show to NYC, now apparently, Kurt may be moving to … Russia … to battle for gay rights? They’re just f*cking with us now, right?
A remake of infamous 80′s slasher Sleepaway Camp is being planned. Can they possibly keep that ending?
Ellen is Nicki Minaj
Below you can see a hilarious interview with Stephen Colbert and gay teen genius Jack Andraka.
Rachel takes on the lies that E.W. Jackson has told as he desperately tries to backtrack from his homophobia.
Here’s a quick tease of »
Bob Barker is heading back to The Price is Right! Not for good, of course, as the host remains retired. But to help celebrate his 90th birthday, CBS has invited Barker back for only the second time since his last show where he handed the reins to Drew Carey. To celebrate, we decided to search [&hellip
The following clip from this year's "The Price is Right" Halloween extravaganza is appropriate only for fans of puns, costumes, and the wise-cracking skeleton sidekick "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," Geoff.
In Zap2it's exclusive sneak peek of the Halloween episode, host Drew Carey gets a very appropriate visit from Geoff, who makes his way across the lot (both shows film at CBS Television City in Los Angeles) to help give away a "boo car."
Carey also interviews Geoff about Ferguson, who Geoff reveals "sleeps in a coffin." (Note: Geoff may or may not be telling the truth. Reminder: Geoff is a talking skeleton.)
If you've ever wanted to hear a skeleton utter the famous "come on down," then this clip is for you. Really, though, we're in it for the puns.
The big "The Price is Right" Halloween special airs Thursday (Oct. 31). Check local listings for times. »
Justin Kirk has found his name on The Blacklist.
The Weeds alum will guest-star in an upcoming installment of the hit NBC drama, EW.com reports, playing yet another criminal on the titular list: the founder of a movement of anti-capitalists.
Related | NBC’s The Blacklist Gets Full-Season Pick-Up
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- Megan Masters
The Price Is Right is getting into the Halloween spirit. The CBS game show is airing a special spooky-themed episode on Thursday, and The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive look in this clip. Photos: Twerk or Treat! 19 Hollywood-Inspired Halloween Costumes During the special episode, host Drew Carey dresses up as Count Drew-cula and flies in for a grand entrance. Meanwhile, the disembodied head of George Gray invites audience members to "Come on down," Geoff Peterson from CBS' The Late Late Show makes a guest appearance, and the skeleton robot presents one lucky contestant with a
- Kimberly Nordyke
Bob Barker is coming on down! The Price Is Right's former longtime host is returning to the show on Thursday, Dec. 12, for a very special event: his 90th birthday! "We are excited to announce that Bob Barker will Celebrate his 90th Birthday on #PriceIsRight," the show's Twitter account posted on Tuesday. In a pre-taped appearance, set to actually take place on Nov. 5, Barker will return to his former stomping grounds to host a special showcase, according to TVGuide.com. Per CBS, The Price Is Right will also honor Barker's big birthday with a week of shows (from Monday, Dec. 9, until Friday, Dec. 13) with on-air pet adoptions, humane animal treatment being »
CBS announced on Tuesday that the former longtime host of the popular game show will join the show on Thursday, December 12 for his 90th birthday.
Pics: Bob Barker Returns to 'Price is Right'
Barker will be honored on the show throughout the week of December 9 through pet adoptions, a cause he frequently pledged his support for while hosting the show.
Following his retirement as host of the show in 2007 after 35 years of tenure, Barker has only once returned to the show, an appearance in 2009 to promote a new autobiography.
Video: Pauley Perrette's 'Price is Right' Appearance
While the beloved host will likely leave the hosting up to current host Drew Carey, Barker will at least appear in the showcase portion of the show. »
Barker will celebrate his 90th birthday with an appearance on the game show in December, the network said Tuesday. He retired as host in 2007 after 35 years with The Price Is Right.
The show will also pay tribute to Barker’s longtime animal activism by featuring pet adoptions during the week of Dec. 9-13.
Barker will be on The Price Is Right on his birthday, Dec. 12, and will present a special showcase to mark the occasion, CBS said.
- Associated Press
Bob Barker wants to remind you one more time to have your pets spayed or neutered! To celebrate his 90th birthday, Barker decided to return to The Price Is Right for another round of showcase showdowns. The pre-taped show will air on Barker's birthday, Dec. 12, during a weeklong celebration that will feature pet adoptions in honor of the animal activist. Barker has returned to the show only one other time since he handed over the skinny microphone to comedian Drew Carey in 2007. Barker began hosting the show in 1972, and plans to spend all of his earnings on causes that he cares about, »
- Sheila Cosgrove Baylis
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