"Princesses: Long Island" featured perhaps the most epic emotional breakdown yet on reality television. The girls gathered at a vineyard for a nice, relaxing day together.
Confession: I really enjoy “Princesses: Long Island.”
I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS SCENE ALL SEASON.
I’ve always been curious about how it’s determined who’s in the center.
Never forget all the “Real Housewives of Orange County.”
Bravo debuted its latest reality entry with “Princesses: Long Island.” The premiere introduced viewers to 26-year-old Amanda, who lives at home with her mom, Barbara, who thinks she’s still 26.
I watched this show. It was … something else. I will probably watch it again. Good job, Bravo.
There’s no escaping “The Real Housewives.” I’m not complaining.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Kathy Griffin last night about the big changes to her Bravo talk show. She’s going live, baby. To kick things off she’s bringing in Liza (with a Z!) Minnelli and Jane Lynch on January 10.
"There’s a team of gay men who are probably going to be so excited to see Liza, that they may be giving me the gay gasp while I’m saying offensive things," Kathy said about her censors.
Yep. The network that brought you “The Real Housewives” is at work on a one-hour scripted drama version of the film starring Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn. “Death Becomes Her” joins a “Heathers” sequel and “The Joneses” as films that might become TV shows on Bravo.
Please consult this link as to why this is probably a bad idea: TV Shows Based on Movies
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