Friday Morning Update

The Bachelorette: Could DeAnna be unhappy with how the show ends?

The Hills: Brody tired of being labeled as a womanizer. MTV purposely shoots the show so that it sidesteps how famous Lauren and Co. have become. 

Real Housewives of New York City: Juicy details in the lost footage aired this week.

America’s Next Top Model: Blog says that National Enquirer is reporting that CariDee’s trip to the hospital for “exhaustion” was a possible suicide attempt. Tyra is profiled in New York Times Magazine.

Step it Up and Dance: Good review of this week’s episode.

American Idol: David Cook tops the charts. Was Michael Jackson supposed to sing live, but chickened out? Clay Aiken is going to be a daddy.

Top Chef: Spike is sent home. He talks to Buddy TV about his cooking choices on the show.

Reality shows: Gawker reports that reality tv shows will be cutting costs, and predicts what that could mean for some of the top reality shows going forward.


Tuesday Morning Update

The Bachelorette: Bachelorette contestant (and chef) Robert Fair’s Web site. An interview with rejected bachelor and math teacher Jeff Harris. An interview with rejected bachelor Jon Konkel. Interview with rejected bachelor Chandler Fulton. Another interview with Chandler. A recap of last night’s episode. And another recap by Buddy TV. And another. Trista gives DeAnna some advice and picks her favorite. More information on contestant Ryan Hoag aka The Virgin.

The Hills: Gestures speak louder than words on The Hills. There are rumors that MTV is developing a Hills-like production in Washington, D.C. Whitney spotted in NYC, offers her thoughts on the show.

The Real Housewives of New York City: The show will return for a second season.

America’s Next Top Model: Whitney talks to a local newspaper. Anya discusses her oh-so-close shot at winning the show. And an interview with Fatima.

So You Think You Can Dance: Elizabeth Berkley is more than a showgirl.

Survivor: Show lowers the minimum age to compete to 18 in an attempt to snare younger viewers.