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  • Dude, where's a buyer for my house?

    Dude, where's a buyer for my house?
    Ashton Kutcher has put the word out that he is interested in finding a buyer for his Hollywood Hills home, quietly shopping it at $12 million. The modern-style, three-story home built in 2007 has views of the Hollywood Reservoir and the Hollywood sign....
  • 'Top Chef Duels' to feature Stephanie Izard, Art Smith, Takashi Yagihashi and David Burke

    'Top Chef Duels' to feature Stephanie Izard, Art Smith, Takashi Yagihashi and David Burke
    The next season of "Top Chef" will debut Wednesday, Aug. 6, on Bravo. Rather than adhering to its normal formats, the upcoming season, called "Top Chef Duels," will pit former chef-testants from past seasons as well as "Top Chef Masters" against one...
  • A look at the Emmy races for movies, miniseries, talk shows and more

    After three years in which TV movies and miniseries were lumped together in one ungainly category, the television academy believes there's enough programming to again warrant a separation. (The acting awards remain combo affairs, however.) Were they...
  • Tough moments on reality TV? The ugly cry face, for starters

    Tough moments on reality TV? The ugly cry face, for starters
    The thing about reality TV is that it isn't scripted — truly, it isn't. So when a situation gets a little out of control, it's up to the show's host to handle it, smooth things over, figure out a way to make good TV out of a problem. The...
  • The secret to good reality TV? Finding the moments that matter

    The secret to good reality TV? Finding the moments that matter
    We all have reality TV shows that we love, that we program into the DVR to make sure we don't miss a single moment of. And we have the ones that, to our minds, are meh. So, what's the key to the ones that seem to hit the mark? The Envelope invited...
  • Long-running or newly on air, reality TV strives to keep it fresh

    Long-running or newly on air, reality TV strives to keep it fresh
    "The Amazing Race" has been on the air for 24 seasons. "Top Chef" finished its 11th season earlier this year. For reality TV shows both new and long-lasting (they never get "old"), staying fresh is a key element to survival. The Envelope invited four...
  • Reality TV production deal prices escalate amid consolidation wave

     Reality TV production deal prices escalate amid consolidation wave
    Reality TV producers couldn't have scripted this any better. Over the last 18 months, there has been a tremendous wave of consolidation among production companies that specialize in reality shows such as "Duck Dynasty," "Top Chef" and "Party Down South....
  • Five cooking shows to watch in the New Year

    Five cooking shows to watch in the New Year
    Are the holidays making you food-obsessed? When you sleep do visions of sugar plums, spiral hams and scalloped potatoes dance in your head? If so, you're far from alone. The last 10 years have seen a veritable glut of new cooking shows, many of which...
  • 'American Hustle,' '12 Years a Slave' earn Producers Guild nominations

    The Producers Guild of America, a leading bellwether for the best picture Oscar, announced on Thursday the 10 films whose producers are nominated for the group's annual award: "12 Years a Slave," "American Hustle," "Blue Jasmine," "Captain Phillips,"...
  • The year ahead in books

    The year ahead in books
    Regardless of how many or few activities you’ve put on the 2014 calendar, consider yourself booked: The new year brings with it a steady stream of intriguing releases, from inventive debut novels to long-anticipated returns by established talent....
  • Jay Mohr apologizes for his Alyssa Milano fat-shaming 'fail'

    Comedian Jay Mohr has apologized for "fat-shaming" actress Alyssa Milano. This after Milano showed him who's the boss on Christmas Day. The comic, 43, took a swipe at the "Mistresses" actress soon after they both attended an awards ceremony for...