March 24, 2010
SERIES America's Next Top Model: The contestants take part in a dance-inspired photo shoot that challenges them to pose while simulating dance. Scott Patterson joins the judging panel and Season 3 contestant Toccara Jones tests the contestants' fashion knowledge. (8 p.m. KTLA). Great Performances: The new episode "Dance in America: NY Export: Opus Jazz," features 16 city kids portraying the New York youth experience, based on Jerome Robbins' "ballet in sneakers" (8 p.m. KCET)
August 1, 2012 |
Vanity Fair named the Duchess of Cambridge to the top of its international best-dressed list -- and is featuring her on the cover of its September issue. No, she didn't pose. The magazine is using a photo snapped at the 2011 BAFTA Brits to Watch gala. [Vanity Fair] Others on the list included Prince Harry, Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco, Colin and Livia Firth, Stella McCartney, Bill Cunningham and Jessica Chastain, among others. [Styleite] Then there's Vogue's best-dressed list for last week, which included Cate Blanchett, the Duchess of Cambridge, Samantha Cameron and Solange Knowles.
April 8, 2009 |
Last week, the CW scored its best ratings in nearly five months. Ordinarily, this might not sound like huge news. But CW is a network that was considered as good as dead just a year ago. And earlier this year, its attention-grabbing youth soap "90210" wilted when it competed directly against Tuesday editions of Fox's smash "American Idol." But thanks to "Gossip Girl" -- another soap about rich, fashionably attired young people -- as well as two old reliables, the reality contest "America's Next Top Model" and the thriller "Supernatural," CW looks this spring to be holding its own, if not exactly rebounding.
September 13, 2012 |
Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 9 - 15 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SERIES Shark Tank: Lori Grenier - an inventor familiar to many QVC shoppers - joins Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Kevin O'Leary, Daymond John and Robert Herjavec in the Shark Tank to consider business propositions that include a ticket-free coat check system, a belt buckle that doubles as a beverage holder and a claimed...
June 11, 2008
AT THE Envelope and, indeed, the Los Angeles Times, we love television so much that we track its every move. When shows peak and plummet, when they inspire and when they disappoint, we chronicle their progress. We love them all -- dramas, comedies, reality TV . . . ah, reality TV. That's where our passions really flare, and where the arguments can get ugly (in a good way). Here, some of our Show Trackers defend their favorites against the competition in our first Envelope Reality TV Smackdown.
June 17, 2010
Even though reality shows dominate prime-time TV, they have a relatively small presence at the Emmys. Programs are divided into one category for competitive shows, another for non-competitive, plus there's a race for hosts. Separately, there are nonfiction categories for series and specials more like documentaries. REALITY / COMPETITION SHOW Front-runners "The Amazing Race," CBS "American Idol," Fox "America's Next Top Model," CW "Celebrity Apprentice," NBC "Dancing With the Stars," ABC "Project Runway," Lifetime "So You Think You Can Dance," Fox "Survivor," CBS "Top Chef," Bravo Spotlight: For seven years, "Amazing Race" has zoomed past TV's top-rated show in this award race.