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Mehcad Brooks Previews the Season Finale of 'Necessary Roughness' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 12th 2011 3:20PM
Mehcad Brooks talks about 'Necessary Roughness' on 'Good Day New York'While his character, Terrence "TK" King might be suffering from panic attacks, Mehcad Brooks seems pretty confident in his show, 'Necessary Roughness.' The USA dramedy wraps up its first season Wednesday with guest appearance from Terrell Owens. Brooks stopped by 'Good Day New York' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox) to preview the finale and the show's renewal prospects.

A clip from the finale showed King's problem - he sees Terrell Owen's character everywhere he looks. "He's having panic attacks on the field because of this guy called The Minefield, who's played by Terrell Owens for our season finale," explained Brooks. "It's an amazing story. It was a lot of fun to shoot, and it's something the whole family can watch."

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Terrell Owens Breaks Down Over His Financial Problems on 'The T.O. Show' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 6th 2011 5:15PM
Terrell Owens worries about finances on 'The T.O. Show'Terrell Owens is used to multi-million dollar NFL contracts, not the uncertainty of unemployment. While rehabbing his knee and trying to get back into football, he hit a low point on the 'T.O. Show' (Mondays, 9:30PM on VH1). Feeling dire about his financial situation and frustrated by his rehab, Owens couldn't help but shed some tears.

Since he could no longer count on an NFL salary, Owens was trying to be more conscious of his accounts, but the person he had managing them was nowhere to be found. "This has been going on for the last... three to four months," said Owens. "Every time I call about my accounts or what have you, he's always gone. Football season is on a standstill, so I have no income at this point. None."

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Terrell Owens Rehabs His Leg on 'The T.O. Show' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 30th 2011 7:45PM
Terrell Owens rehabs his leg on 'The T.O. Show' The NFL regular season is just a couple of weeks away, and Terrell Owens is still sitting on the sidelines, rehabbing and hoping a team will pick him up. Before anyone takes a chance on him, he needs to show his left leg is completely healed after an ACL tear. Owens gave us a glimpse into that rehab process on 'The T.O. Show' (Mondays, 10PM on VH1).

"I know that if I don't get my knee right, I'll probably never ever play football again," he said. "Nobody really knows the extent of my injury, so my mindset is just to really just go into this rehab session on day one, put my head down, full steam ahead, and just keep going forward."

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Terrell Owens Admits His Relationship Shortcomings on 'The T.O. Show' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 23rd 2011 6:43AM
'The T.O. Show' premiereWhen one half of his PR team sat down to talk with Terrell Owens and his ex-girlfriend Kari about why their relationship didn't work out on 'The T.O. Show' (Mon., 9:30PM ET on VH1), Owens was surprisingly forthcoming and open.

Kita went so far as to think what happened was a genuine breakthrough for the outrageous football personality. He took ownership of is failures and immaturity in their relationship, comparing it to the immaturity he's show on the field and in other aspects of his life.

Maybe it's because he was laid up with a broken leg, but Owens was surprisingly reflective and self-aware. "You're probably more mature than I am when it comes to relationships," he admitted to Kari, who had a very warm smile at hearing his words.

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T.O. Talks About His Injury, Reality Show, and Kari Klinkenborg (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 18th 2011 4:30PM
Terrell Owens on 'Access Hollywood Live'Teams haven't been banging down Terrell Owens' door to sign him for the upcoming NFL season, but he will get on with his TV career when Season 3 of 'The T.O. Show' premieres Monday on VH1. Owens is rehabbing an injury he suffered last season with the Cincinnati Bengals, which he addressed, among other things, on 'Access Hollywood Live' (weekday, syndicated on NBC).

"Obviously I didn't finish the season," he said, also mentioning events in his personal life. "Two or three games left to go I had a meniscus surgery, so from there on, there's a lot of things that kind of have transpired. From friends taking money, a lot of financial situations." He declined to say how the injury happened, except to say that it "wasn't anything crazy," and says he has been working hard to rehab and still expects to play football.

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EXCLUSIVE Casting Scoop: Terrell Owens Suiting Up for 'Necessary Roughness'

by Maggie Furlong, posted Aug 11th 2011 3:45PM
Terrell OwensLooks like Terrell Owens is a free agent no longer. The pro football bad boy is coming to TV for a little 'Necessary Roughness.'

AOL TV just learned exclusively that T.O. will be putting the pads back on and hitting the field for the finale of USA's hit new show 'Necessary Roughness' on Wed., Sept. 14, 10PM ET.

Owens will play All-Pro safety/cornerback Kevin "The Mine-Field" Minnifield, who's the star player on the team that the show's NY Hawks go up against in the playoffs. He's also TK's (Mehcad Brooks) lifelong rival.

That's right: It's TK vs. TO. Sounds like cause for an end zone celebration to me.

Owens is no stranger to TV, having received the reality TV show treatment on VH1's 'The T.O. Show' back in 2009. As far as true acting though, his short resume includes a recent appearance as "T.O." on VH1's 'Single Ladies.'

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Granderson has Stadium Secrets to share

by Allison Waldman, posted Nov 20th 2009 1:04PM
curtis_granderson_detroit_tigersLately, Detroit Tiger all-star outfielder Curtis Granderson has been in the news because he might be joining the New York Yankees. However, if Major League Baseball free agency doesn't make him a household name, television might. Granderson has an idea for a reality series that's being shopped around now and it's not like anything else other athletes have pitched.

Granderson's series is called Stadium Secrets and it will be like History Channel's Cities of the Underworld. In fact, it might be suited to the History Channel. Granderson would host the show and lead viewers into the inner recesses and hidden passages of famous stadia around the world -- although it'll probably start with American locations.

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Oh no it's The T.O. Show

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 7th 2009 3:38PM
For those of you who just can't get enough of Terrell Owens on The Superstars, he has (wait for it) a reality show coming to VH1, because they're aren't enough reality shows with celebrities in them on TV right now. It debuts on July 20, which happens to be the 40th anniversary of men landing on the moon. Now history will have two important events to celebrate on that date.


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Why did I waste an hour watching The Superstars last night? - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 24th 2009 8:02AM
The SuperstarsIt could have been worse. It was a 90-minute premiere.

There was a time when I would have watched a show like this, in the 70s or maybe the 80s, when real celebrities would be involved instead of reality show stars. They were fun shows. I watched the first 60 minutes of The Superstars and then sort of snapped out of it, thinking, why am I watching this? Nothing really happened, and I decided I wouldn't care at all if anything did happen. Who cares if Jennifer Capriati loses a bike race?

Wipeout is mindless entertainment. The Superstars is stupid entertainment.

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Here's a preview of tonight's premiere of The Superstars

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 23rd 2009 1:33PM
ABC had an earlier version of The Superstars, many years ago, and if I remember correctly the celebrities they had were actually stars. Tonight's celeb list includes David Charvet, Estella Warren, Dan Cortese, and Julio Iglesias (Junior). But at least the athletes are pretty well known. Skier Bode Miller and tennis player Jennifer Capriati should be interesting to watch, and Terrell Owens is there for some reality competition show drama.

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Uh oh... T.O. has a reality show

by Danny Gallagher, posted Mar 11th 2009 7:05PM
Terrell Owens at a Buffalo Bills press conferenceOne of the biggest names and egos in the National Football League will try to cram his big life (and mouth) into 30 to 60 minutes of weekly programming for VH1.

Terrell Owens, the Buffalo Bills' new star receiver, will star in a new reality show called Playing the Field.

The show will give one of the league's most vocal stars a chance to show his fans and haters what life is like on and off the field, and could start with his firing from the Dallas Cowboys.

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Masi Oka and Terrell Owens are ready for some football

by Kevin Kelly, posted Sep 23rd 2007 10:05AM
Terrell Owens and Masi Oka
Please tell me that Heroes is not going to jump the shark one day before it's second season premiere. Please, please, please. If this happens, I will be so upset and forced to make up my own version of the season using action figures, some Play-Doh, and a 1980s cassette recorder. To be honest, I don't really have that kind of time, so I'm pleading for the TV gods to make this something whimsical rather than cringe-inducing.

Apparently Masi Oka will be appearing as Hiro Nakamura on Sunday Night Football tonight. NBC was tight-lipped about the content of the ad, but based on the pictures they sent out, you can only assume that it involves Masi and Terrell Owens (maybe he's the new Sylar) in front of ... something. Maybe Owens gets Hiro's ability to bend space and time, lord knows it would have helped with his receptions last year.

That green screen leaves a lot to the imagination. So tune in tonight when the Cowboys play the Bears and see what happens. It'll air right before Faith Hill's opening number. Yow.

One more photo for your enjoyment, after the break.

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