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ABC living in 'Luxury' with Leach as host

26 August 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ABC is embarking on a Life of Luxury with a one-hour special back-door pilot hosted by celebrity lifestyle guru Robin Leach. The show takes an inside look at the lavish lifestyles of the young and wealthy, with the pilot featuring rap mogul Master P's Gucci helicopter and Louis Vuitton Ferrari, a tour of Virgin tycoon Richard Branson's Caribbean Island and the world's richest teens. It was Leach's stint last season on ABC's reality series I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! -- where he was the first contestant booted off -- that led to Life of Luxury. »

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ABC laughs in face of reality

14 May 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Comedy is king on ABC's new fall lineup, while reality shows are more akin to knights called up to do battle in particularly treacherous time slots. ABC chairman Lloyd Braun and entertainment president Susan Lyne admitted Tuesday that the network went overboard in the second half of this season by serving up a slew of unscripted series -- Are You Hot? All-American Girl, The Family, I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! etc. -- most of which tanked in the ratings. The 2003-04 season scheduled unveiled by Braun and Lyne at Radio City Music Hall on Tuesday afternoon is chockablock with sitcoms, including four newcomers and the return of the TGIF mantle for Friday nights. "We've devoted enormous resources to our comedy development the past two years," Braun said during the presentation, noting that it was the highest number of comedies the network has programmed in four years. He added that the network hoped to expand further to 12 by the end of the 2003-04 campaign. »

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E! sets sights on A-listers with 12 new series on slate

5 May 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Facing stiff competition in the celebrity-reality genre, E! Entertainment will bolster its schedule with 12 new series this year. The cable channel responsible for The Anna Nicole Show has seen its programming specialty co-opted everywhere, from broadcast series like ABC's I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! to fellow cable nets like VH1 with The Fabulous Life. The new dozen, shepherded to air by E!'s new development division, refocuses the network on A-list stars rather than the figures on the fringes of showbiz -- as seen in The Michael Essany Show and Star Dates. Both of those first-year series were renewed; the verdict on Anna is still to be determined. »

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