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Matt LeBlanc Set to Host ‘Top Gear’ Solo After Chris Evans’ Exit

5 July 2016 5:23 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

With Chris Evans’ departure from “Top Gear,” the British automotive series is undergoing its second host change in a little more than a year. But don’t expect a complete overhaul this time.

Sources tell Variety that Evans’ co-host Matt LeBlanc will return for the show’s 24th season, which is set to begin production in September. Contributors Chris Harris, Eddie Jordan, Rory Reid and Sabine Schmitz, who joined LeBlanc and Evans for season 23, are expected to return alongside LeBlanc for season 24. No replacement for Evans is expected to be named — leaving LeBlanc and the contributors to carry the show’s on-camera responsibilities.

LeBlanc is also set to star this fall in the freshman CBS comedy series “Man With a Plan,” his first starring role on U.S. broadcast TV in a decade. Under LeBlanc’s deal with the studio, “Man With the Plan” is in first position, with the studio obliged to make a good-faith effort »

- Daniel Holloway

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2016 Emmys: ‘Little Big Shots’ May Shake Up Structured Reality Category

13 June 2016 10:45 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Steve Harvey and his band of merry tykes may shake up this category. NBC’s hit series “Little Big Shots,” executive produced by Ellen DeGeneres, lit up Sunday nights, and brought the whole family back to the den together, for at least an hour.

The category has only been around for two years. The Academy split the reality designation into “structured” and “unstructured” in time for the 2014 Emmys, but like reality competition, it’s been hard for newcomers to attract the voters’ attention.

Solid series such as “Cold Justice,” and previous nominee “Who Do You Think You Are” may slide into the top five. “Think” has been able to book a lot of interesting celebs in the last two seasons, including Bryan Cranston and Lisa Kudrow.

Last year “Property Brothers” nabbed a nom, and the Canadian real estate and renovation power duo, Jonathan and Drew Scott, are quietly expanding their empire on Hgtv as the cabler’s big breakout stars.

Last year’s champ, “Shark Tank,” is still a winner at ABC. Ditto “Undercover Boss,” a fixture at CBS [and the recent subject of a hilarious “Saturday Night Live” skit involving “Star Wars”].

Voters willing to to look beyond the establishment should consider series such as CNBC’s “The Profit.”

And then there’s the beloved “Mythbusters.” The series, starring Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, has spurred a live tour, viewer love and seven previous noms.

Perhaps with this, its last season, Emmy voters will finally send it off a winner.

Frontrunners

Antiques Roadshow (PBS)

Bar Rescue (Spike)

Cold Justice (TNT)

Diners, Drive-ins & Dives (Food Network)

Little Big Shots (NBC)

Mythbusters (Discovery)

Property Brothers (Hgtv)

Undercover Boss (CBS)

Who Do You Think You Are? (TLC)

On The Bubble

Long Lost Family (TLC)

Love It or List It (Hgtv)

Love, Lust or Run (TLC)

Lucha Underground (El Rey)

The Profit (CNBC)

Tiny House Nation (Fyi)

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- Carole Horst

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Antiques Roadshow's jug gaffe vexed me – if only it had been the UK show

12 May 2016 7:39 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The Us spinoff’s mistaken valuation shows up what’s wrong with the BBC flagship. Where once the Beeb encouraged art for its own sake, here profit is king

I have to confess to sheer delight at the mistake made by a hapless Antiques Roadshow “expert”. Examining a comically primitivist pot brought in for valuation on the popular and venerable television show, appraiser Stephen L Fletcher got quite excited. He identified it as a daring early modernist work from the 19th century. He even discerned “a little bit of, like, Pablo Picasso going on here”.

Related: Antiques Roadshow expert mistakenly values school art project at $50,000

Related: David Attenborough at 90: a TV legend’s top 10 moments

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- Jonathan Jones

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Antiques Roadshow expert mistakenly values school art project at $50,000

11 May 2016 12:56 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Appraiser said ‘grotesque face jug’ was century-old and reminiscent of Picasso before it was found to be work of a 1970s high school student

An expert antiques appraiser who likened a high schooler’s art project to the work of Pablo Picasso and valued it at up to Us$50,000 (£35,000) has chalked up the mistake to a learning experience.

In a recent episode of the American version of Antiques Roadshow filmed in Spokane, Washington, Alvin Barr from South Carolina presented for appraisal a glazed redware jug, more than 30cm tall and decorated with six faces.

Related: Fa Cup trophy valued at more than £1m on Antiques Roadshow

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- Elle Hunt

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Fa Cup trophy valued at more than £1m on Antiques Roadshow

28 March 2016 12:44 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The cup, the third incarnation after 1872 original and used for 81 years until 1992, becomes highest-valued object on show

The longest-serving Fa Cup trophy in the competition’s history has been valued at more than £1m on the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow, making it the highest-valued object ever to appear on the show.

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Is TLC's new dating show Undresssed just naked hype?

2 March 2016 7:32 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Series billed as a ‘courageous experiment’ will see see strangers undressing each other and climbing into bed, where they have to answer questions

Hands up if you can guess what happens in pay-tv channel TLC’s new show Undressed … yup, you guessed it. Billed as a “courageous dating experiment”, it sees two strangers undress each other and “climb into bed on a first date in an exciting new series that accelerates intimacy and explores the accepted rules of attraction”, according to Katie Hopkins’s channel TLC. The couple have 30 minutes alone together wearing nothing but their underwear, during which they will be given “probing” questions via a screen and tasks “designed to rapidly foster relationships”. Blimey – it makes First Dates look like the Antiques Roadshow. After the 30 minutes the couples decide whether to continue the date or leave the room. According to Discovery Networks International acting head of factual Mark Procter »

- Monkey

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Antiques Roadshow: An Original Magazine Manuscript by Truman Capote is on the Block

1 February 2016 9:27 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

You’ll never run out of interesting things to appraise on Antiques Roadshow. And this week’s episode is no exception. Every single item on the docket is interesting. All of them are extremely well researched. Every single appraiser has done their homework and as something interesting to say. Ken Farmer, who does the musical instruments, and then plays them, happens to be my favorite. As for what’s happening this week? An original magazine manuscript by Truman Capote gets appraised. It’s possible that this manuscript is the last thing the late author ever wrote. If that’s the case then we can be

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- Nat Berman

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BBC's War and Peace loses 1 million viewers in ratings skirmish

11 January 2016 2:40 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Tolstoy adaptation draws 5.3 million viewers, fewer than Antiques Roadshow, Open All Hours and Countryfile, and just ahead of ITV’s Endeavour

The BBC’s War and Peace lost 1 million viewers on its second outing, attracting 5.3 million viewers on Sunday night.

BBC1’s drama, one of the most expensive the corporation has funded at about £2m an episode, saw a significant fall in viewing compared with the 6.3 million who tuned in to the launch episode.

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- Mark Sweney

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