TV Guide Network is shaking up its red carpet coverage, replacing hosts Lisa Rinna and Joey Fatone with DANCING WITH THE STARS judge Carrie Ann Inaba and The Bachelor host Chris Harrison.
Rinna and Fatone joined TV Guide Network in August 2007 as the faces of the network's red carpet coverage in Hollywood. As the channel looks to revamp under its new ownership of Lionsgate and JP Morgan, it is seeking to change its public face. That strategy includes acquiring off-network series such as Ugly Betty, developing original programming, which TV Guide Network President Ryan O'Hara says is forthcoming, and changing up its talent roster.
Adults getting more 90210 airtime?
Look for both of the senior Wilsons and Kelly to have amped-up storylines in the fall — a bold stance for a CW show with an explicit mandate to attract younger viewers.
Betting opens on EASTENDERS whodunnit
EastEnders' 'Who's the Daddy?' storyline surrounding Heather's pregnancy has spread to the betting world. Cheese-loving Heather Trott's (Cheryl Fergison) shock pregnancy in the BBC soap has sparked the show's latest whodunnit and the market has today been formed as to the perpetrator.
Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) ranks at 5/1 and Darren Miller (Charlie G Hawkins) stands at 6/1. Garry Hobbs (Ricky Groves) and Vinnie Monks (Bobby Davro) are 8/1 shots, while Vinnie's son Callum (Elliott Jordan) is the rank outsider at 16/1.
UGLY BETTY's Ashley Jensen is expecting
According to People, the British actress and husband Terence Beesley will welcome their first child sometime in the Fall.
Otalia: Why That Damned Kiss Is So Important
Lana M. Nieves writes: "The kiss is important for so many reasons. It's important because we still have a don't ask/don't tell policy in our military. It's important because young people who question their sexuality harm/kill themselves at an alarming rate. It's important because children being raised by same-sex parents have a right to see that they're every bit as normal as everyone else. It's important because there is so little in the way of happy endings in real life these days, that we need every reminder we can get that they are possible, and not just for Christian, white, upwardly-mobile, heterosexuals."