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Cyndi Lauper’s reality show debuts on WE-TV Saturday night. CREDIT: WE-TV Viewers this week get inundated with new and returning shows. You can get some reality show “love” (the 17th season of “The Bachelor” on ABC on Monday), time with your drinkin’ buddies (the fourth season of “Cougar Town,” no longer on ABC but now on TBS, on Tuesday), neurotic twentysomethings (”Girls” on HBO Sunday), a tough sheriff in a small town (FX’s “Justified” on Tuesday) or a crass, messed-up family (”Shameless” on Showtime Sunday). And both baseball legend Pete Rose and quirky 1980s singer Cyndi… >>
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Sari Rose was let go from Kicks 101.5 Wednesday. CREDIT: Kicks A good source tells me Sari Rose , mid-day host on Kicks 101.5, was let go Wednesday. A good sign this is true: her name has been wiped off the front page of the Kicks web site. Rose joined the country station as a fill in in 2007 and became a full-time mid-day host a couple years later. Who will replace her? Jenn Hobby of Q100’s Bert Show! The rationale: she wants a new challenge. (”I’m jealous of all the sleep you’re going to get,” Bert Weiss said… >>
“The Walking Dead” closes shop Sunday for a season but don’t worry: it will return later this year for season three. CREDIT: AMC In one of the lowest rated “Bachelor” seasons to date, the rather dull Ben Flajnik is going to pick a fiance Monday night – or not. Even then, the stakes are pretty darn low since almost every relationship emanating from this show has fizzled. Meanwhile, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” (shot in metro Atlanta) has had a superb sophomore season, pulling in monstrous ratings and generating zombie buzz. This Sunday, watch Rick and the gang splinter under the… >>
Here’s the holding spot for tonght’s “ >>” audition episode in St. Louis. Though “Idol” did a cattle call in East Rutherford, N.J. at the last second last fall, the three judges did not travel there. Instead, the folks who made the cut to see the judges in New Jersey were flown to other cities to perform. That’s why you saw folks from New York and Philadelphia in Portland. (Then again, there are plenty of contestants who fly all over the country on their own accord to audition.) I am having dinner with friends tonight, will not be…
In 2009, Newnan’s DeAnna Pappas was ABC’s “The Bachelorette.” Her engagement with Jesse Csincsak , who she picked on the show, didn’t last. Now Atlanta has its latest representative in this reality-show genre: CMT’s “Sweet Home Alabama” season two will focus on Tribble Reese , a 26-year-old bartender and Birmingham native who graduated from Clemson University. He will have to sift through 11 “city girls” and 11 “country girls,” or however they stereotype it. There are suburbanites (from the “O.C.” and Long Island) thrown into the “city” mix but close enough. Reese, who is also developing a daily deal… >>