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What ever will we do without our beloved "The Bachelorette" on our TV screens every week? Now that Andi Dorfman has found her fairy tale ending it feels as though we won't be able to get the same reality romance fix.
But don't fret, #BachelorNation. There's a whole roster of similar programs that could easily fill the void and we've rounded them up just for you. Which shows should you take a chance on now that "The Bachelorette" is over? We're giving out roses to 9 perfectly good ones right here:
1. "The Bachelor Pad"
What's better than watching former "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" contestants all living together in a house? They're also competing for money this time, so there's extra drama! Things get wild and fighting ensues. Enjoy the ride...
2. "Dating Naked"
That title doesn't need much further explanation. The new Vh1 dating show documents people dating And they're also naked. »
- Alana Altmann
Andy Cohen, the Watch What Happens Live host and executive producer behind The Real Housewives franchise, has a new unscripted show in the works – I Slept With A Celebrity.
'I Slept With A Celebriy' Is Andy Cohen's New Show
Cohen is developing I Slept With A Celebrity with Warner Horizon Television, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show isn’t attached to a network yet, but, as per Cohen’s contract, NBCUniversal-owned cable networks will get the first chance to pick it up.
I Slept With a Celebrity will feature two guests per episode dishing about their one night stands with a famous face. They’ll recount how and where they met the individual, the attire worn for the occasion and what they did or didn’t do.
Cohen recently signed a new multiyear deal with Bravo, in which he agreed to hosting Watch What Happens Live for two »
Bravo had a good year in 2013 — so good that the network is adding an ambitious 15 new original shows to its programming.
Famous for hits like the Real Housewives series, Bravo earned the No. 1 spot in 2013 for the most engaged, educated, and affluent viewers for the 18-49 age group in prime time, and it’s now averaging 1.1 million total viewers.
“Our strategy of creating a total multi-platform lifestyle experience for our Affluencers is paying off with not just viewership growth across the board, but also loyalty, which is at an all-time high for Bravo,” Bravo president Frances Berwick said in a statement. »
- Ariana Bacle
Bravo Media has unveiled its slate of original programming at its upfront including 15 new series (two scripted), 16 returning series and three new projects in development. Among its new scripted offerings are Odd Mom Out, a half-hour comedy based on the life of author and fashionista Jill Kargman which captures the outrageous world of uber-wealthy momzillas of New York’s Upper East Side. Another is Girlfriend’s Guide To Divorce, based on the best-selling Girlfriends’ Guide book series by Vicki Iovine, with the scripted series written by Marti Noxon (Glee, Mad Men, Buffy The Vampire Slayer). Among returning series, the network has confirmed a second season of Below Deck, a third season of Don’t Be Tardy, a seventh season of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and Season 6 for The Real Housewives Of New Jersey. Returning this fall also is a 12th season of the Emmy Award-winning culinary competition series Top Chef, »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
If you don’t know by now, one of the more guilty pleasures I have is the Bravo show, The Millionaire Matchmaker. As a single guy myself, it’s always funny to see how other dudes act when they’re put around a bunch of different attractive ladies, watching them either stay calm and collected, or completely act [&hellip
The Worst ‘The Millionaire Matchmaker’ Clients »
- Nick Dimengo
Hulu Plus has secured exclusive rights to past seasons of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “The Mindy Project” in a new deal with NBC Universal Television and New Media Distribution that also gives it the rights to past season of several NBC, Bravo and E! shows. In the next few weeks, Hulu Plus will also exclusively offer past seasons of NBC, Bravo and E!, including “The Real Housewives” franchise, “Top Chef,” “Top Chef Masters,” “The Millionaire Matchmaker,” “Flipping Out,” and “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Full prior seasons of “Parks and Recreation” will be available on Hulu Plus non-exclusively. Also read: Hannibal Lecter. »
- Tim Molloy
Patti Stanger has love in her blood.
The star of Bravo’s The Millionaire Matchmaker, currently in its seventh season, believes matchmaking is in her DNA. Makes sense, since both her mother and grandmother were matchmakers before her. But Patti has made the art of finding the perfect match her own. Her blunt words and actions (she’s not afraid to slap a guy on TV) have made Stanger the go-to girl for advice on love. Stanger shared some of her relationship tips with EW, setting up the Real Housewives and their friends in the future, and why now is »
- Jake Perlman
We’re taking the dating chat room to the next level! This Thursday, March 20, in honor of The Millionaire Matchmaker, Us Weekly will host a Twitter chat from 8-9 p.m. Est. On hand will be matchmaking goddess Patti Stanger (@pattistanger) and her troop of expert matchmakers -- fellow cast members David Cruz (@DavidCruzTMM), Marisa Saks (@MarisaSaks) and Justin Bird (@JustinBirdTMM)! Looking for some behind-the-scenes tea on Bravo’s hit TV show? In need of dating advice from the master herself? Not only will your burning questions be answered, but [...] »
Patti Stanger has some fashion advice for Hollywood's A-list actresses! "The Millionaire Matchmaker" stopped by our office where she played a little game of "Fab or Drab" with toofab's Brittany Kyles -- and some of this year's biggest stars were up for evaluation. Check out the video above to see what Patti had to say about Oscar nominees like Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, Meryl Streep and Sandra Bullock!We love Patti's brutal honesty when it comes to fashion -- think she was on the money? Tell toofab in the comment section below, and make sure to come back to the site on Sunday for full red carpet coverage and show highlights from the 86th Academy Awards! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
The Arsenio Hall Show has been renewed for a second season.
Justin Hartley has joined the cast of the ABC comedy pilot Damaged Goods. The pilot, from Awkward. creator Lauren Iungerich, is a relationship comedy about two damaged men and two damaged women with Hartley playing a man who can’t handle his girlfriend getting the promotion he was pursuing. I think I prefer to see him playing a guy who is dating an tech billionaire with a vengeful pal.
In a sadly unsurprising development, the Biography channel is revamping into Fyi Network, which will feature upscale lifestyle programming.
Empire, the hip-hop drama pilot from Lee Daniels and Danny Strong, added to its cast Person of Interest alum Taraji P. Henson. She’ll play the wife of the drama’s music mogul, a woman who has done prison time for selling drugs to keep her husband’s music label »
- Lyle Masaki
Patti Stanger likes to keep it real! The "Millionaire Matchmaker" stopped by our offices on Wednesday, where she chatted with toofab's Brittany Kyles about dating Dos and Don'ts, the upcoming season of her show and her new jewelry line. We asked our toofab fans via Twitter and Facebook to send in their questions for Patti -- and there were definitely some goood ones. Check out the video above to see what the matchmaker had to say about dealing with exes, open marriages and more!We're always eager to hear Patti's advice when it comes to love, and we can't wait to check out the rest of this season of "The Millionaire Matchmaker" -- it definitely sounds like things get a little physical down the road. Plus, we think it's great that the Bravo star has taken her eye for fashion on the show and created her very own line of amazing statement accessories, »
- tooFab Staff
Whether you’re all alone with your rockin’ single self this Valentine’s Day or hanging in with your sweetie to avoid the winter cold, your good friend TV has you covered. Below, find the top five shows to binge on Feb. 14.
From manipulative politicians to beloved classics to Carrie Bradshaw, we have your Valentine’s Day plans covered.
‘House Of Cards’ & 5 Other Valentine’s Day TV Binges
'House of Cards' Is Back
What’s more romantic than Kevin Spacey manipulating his way to the top of the D.C. ladder? All 13 episodes of the hit show’s second season were released on Netflix on Feb. 14, and you can watch them here.
2. Girl Code
Home during the day? »
- Shaunna Murphy
Patti Stanger definitely knows a thing or two about love! The "Millionaire Matchmaker" chatted with toofab's Brittany Kyles about all things Valentine's Day -- from where to go and what to get -- and dished some love advice for Hollywood's hottest stars! With the romantic holiday right around the corner, we wanted to hear Patti's advice for both couples and singles. "I think for couples, the man as well as the woman, need to make a proactive choice to get out of the house. Because it comes every year, people let it slide," she said.But for couples, we know it gets hard coming up with something new and fun every year ... especially once you have kids. One idea she suggested, to plan a romantic picnic in the park. Perhaps somewhere with meaning, whether it's where you met or had your first kiss. If you can't get out of the house, »
- tooFab Staff
Even the "Millionaire Matchmaker" has had her fair share of dating disasters! toofab's Brittany Kyles chatted with the Bravo star about some of her not-so-great Valentine's Day dates. While Patti sounds like she'll have a super romantic day this year -- Stanger is planning to go wine tasting up north near Hearst Castle with boyfriend David Krause -- she's had a few surprise dates and parties that have gone awry! One memory that stands out, when Patti's mom set her up with a (literally) blind date. "My mother was a matchmaker that believed that as long as he was breathing, he was a candidate," she says. "So one Valentine's Day I had just moved to Florida and I'm 30 -- so it was the worst Valentine's of my life because 30 is the year that you feel like 'I'm not married, I don't have kids' but when you get past 30 and into »
- tooFab Staff
Starting next week, it won’t be as easy to watch ABC shows on line. As first reported by GigaOm, ABC will require viewers to log-in through a cable provider or through Hulu Plus in order to get access to episodes the day after they air. Otherwise, viewers will have to wait a week.
In the past few weeks, American Horror Story has managed to inspire an internet meme with the moment where Madison appears before Fiona, announcing “Surprise, bitch.”
That’s led to giving Madison’s line to other characters like Gandalf
And I thought Kathy Bates hissing “Lies!” would be the Coven moment that endures.
A bill that would change how lineages can be inherited in Britain is being called “The Downton Law”, after Downton Abbey since it would let titles be inherited by the eldest child, regardless of gender, and would have quickly solved Lady Mary‘s problems. »
- Lyle Masaki
15 items from 2014
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