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'The Hills' and 'The City': New Season Previews (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Apr 26th 2010 10:28AM
The City, Season 2, Whitney Port, Roxy Olin 'The Hills' and 'The City' are gearing up for new seasons, and there's plenty of romances, break-ups, partying, new betrayals and new alliances ahead.

Both shows premiere April 27 on MTV, and the love lives and careers of Heidi, Spencer, Brody, Audrina, Justin, Whitney, Roxy, Olivia and Erin will continue to dominate the new seasons.

More previews and videos after the jump.

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New Jobs, Boys and Drama on 'The City' (New Trailer!)

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 24th 2010 6:00PM
The CitySpring has finally sprung and with it a new season of MTV's hit reality series, 'The City.'

Whitney Port and the gang are back with a vengeance, and naturally drama isn't too far behind. If the trailer below is any indication, this season is sure to give us new boys, new jobs, new feuds and lots of Kelly Cutrone!

"If this show doesn't go well, you're f---ed," the very blunt Cutrone told the lovable Port.

Check out the new video after the jump.

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Kelly Cutrone Talks 'Kell On Earth,' Stephanie Pratt and ... Martha Stewart?

by Maggie Furlong, posted Feb 1st 2010 4:30PM
Kelly CutroneFashion publicist Kelly Cutrone -- until now known as Lauren Conrad's former boss on 'The Hills' and the one always conveniently crossing paths with Whitney Port on 'The City' -- is not quite the blatant antagonist she's made out to be on MTV. She's more like a sheep in wolf's clothing instead of the other way around.

I'm not saying she isn't a force -- she most certainly is -- but she also wears $5 Target flip-flops to cocktail parties, name drops Martha Stewart and tells me to call her "anytime -- we'll blog together." (OK, come to think of it, that last bit could very well have been a slam against me and my job. And yet, I still like her. Damn, she's good.)

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New TV DVDs for Dec. 15: 'Robot Chicken,' 'The Tudors' and More

by Scott Harris, posted Dec 15th 2009 9:48AM
One of the best parts of the holiday season is the return of some of television's most beloved animated classics. Shows like, for instance, 'A Charlie Brown Christmas,' 'Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer' and, of course, 'Robot Chicken.'

Okay, so maybe 'Robot Chicken' isn't quite your father's stop-motion show, but retailers around the nation are about to find out how today's brand of animation stacks up against favorites of the past as several offbeat animated series get the DVD treatment. But don't worry, if cartoons aren't your thing, we've also dug up some releases from other genres that will make some of the best gifts this side of the Island of Misfit Toys.

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Audrina Patridge Returning to 'The Hills'

by Rebecca Paiement, posted Dec 8th 2009 1:00PM
'The Hills' is returning for another season on MTV -- and now, so is co-star Audrina Patrdige.

This week, a representative for Patridge told US Magazine that she can "officially confirm that [the reality star] will appear in the sixth season of 'The Hills.'" This comes after weeks of negotiations and back-and-forths with MTV about Partridge's supposed upcoming spin-off.

In a May interview on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, Patridge said that she was planning to leave 'The Hills,' the reality show that made her famous, to set out on her own. Apparently, MTV had gifted Patridge a series akin to co-star Whitney Port's 'The City.'

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MTV Renews 'The Hills' and 'The City'

by Elizabeth Chan, posted Dec 3rd 2009 2:27PM
'Krisin' on 'The Hills'The bitch is coming back for another season of 'The Hills.'

According to Variety, MTV has renewed 'The Hills' for a sixth season, despite a noticeable dip in the ratings. Also getting a pickup is its east coast spin-off 'The City,' which will return for its second.

This would be only the second season for the show's new lead, HBIC Kristin Cavallari, who joined the cast following the departure of the show's original star, Lauren Conrad. Before her stint on the 'Hills,' she had been better known as Lauren's nemesis on 'Laguna Beach.'

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'The City' Season 1 Episode 23 'Season Finale' Recap

by Jane Boursaw, posted Dec 2nd 2009 5:28AM
The CityWhat happened on this week's 'The City' season 1 episode 23, 'Season Finale' -- in 100 words or less.

Whitney has a tense meeting with Bergdorf Goodman, after Kelly nixes the idea of taking Roxy. Meow. But then Kelly doesn't show either, leaving Whitney in the lurch.

Back at the office, Kelly offers Whitney a place in a Bryant Park show. "Take a leap of faith," says Kelly.

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Taylor Jacobson Leaving Rachel Zoe: Who Should Replace Her?

by Rebecca Paiement, posted Nov 9th 2009 1:00PM
Taylor JacobsonIf and when the 'Rachel Zoe Project' resumes on Bravo, it will have to be without assistant Taylor Jacobson.

PEOPLE is reporting that Zoe has fired Jacobson, effective immediately. Zoe's rep, Carrie Gordon, has since confirmed the news.

Why Jacobson was let go remains to be seen, although, given how often she complained about her job on the show, many would say she had it coming.

Still, Jacobson insists that the decision was solely her own. Hoping to begin her own fashion styling business, Jacobson's Twitter account and emails to colleagues, leaked to Fashionista, reflect her enthusiasm to get out on her own. "I am saddened and exhilarated at the same time to announce my departure," she wrote. "After much thought and consideration, I have decided to take the challenging leap and go off and style on my own."

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Our Favorite TV Bosses

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 16th 2009 7:01PM
Michael Scott The OfficeDon't you wish your boss were more like the bosses on TV? You know, wise, kind, smart, respectful ... oh, actually, never mind. TV bosses may not always be the best managers around, but at least they're entertaining. In honor of Boss' Day, here are 13 bosses who liven up the TV workplace, for better or (very often) for worse.

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Which Show Do You Like Better: 'The Hills' or 'The City'?

by Patricia Chui, posted Oct 8th 2009 12:02PM
Heidi Montag and Whitney PortLadies and gentlemen, in this corner (Hollywood) you have 'The Hills,' which lost original star Lauren Conrad but still boasts endless drama as well of two of the biggest villains on reality TV, Heidi and Spencer. In the other corner (New York City), you have 'Hills' offshoot 'The City,' starring LC pal Whitney Port, who's learning to make it on her own in the big, bad ... well, city.

Two sibling shows, two different scenes ... which one do you prefer?

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Whitney Port on Her New Job, Roommate and Fashion Line in Season 2 of 'The City'

by Kim Potts, posted Oct 5th 2009 5:33PM
Whitney PortHer pal Lauren Conrad has left 'The Hills' for (relatively) more realistic pastures, but Whitney Port is about to continue her reality TV stint on new episodes of her 'Hills' spin-off, 'The City' (Tue., 10:30PM ET on MTV). Whitney's still in New York City pursuing her fashion industry dreams, but she's doing it with a new job -- sorta -- a new apartment, a new roommate and, via a string of blind dates, new love interests.

Port, who made her New York Fashion Week debut as a designer earlier this month, talked to AOL TV about these latest developments as well as what everyone really wants to know -- how often will she be running into her old frenemy, Olivia Palermo?

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What to Watch Monday, March 16

by Kim Potts, posted Mar 16th 2009 5:00AM
Kyle XY'Kyle XY'
(9PM, ABC Family) series finale
He has no belly button, and after tonight, poor Kyle will have no primetime home, either.

Yep, it's the end of the line for the teenage superhero, as the third season finale also serves as the show's series ender. At least fans will get an action-packed send-off, though, as Kyle finds out what Cassidy and Latnok have planned for the future of Adam Baylin's experiment – they plan to go into overdrive on making lots and lots of Kyle and Jessi-like super kiddies.

Kyle, understandably, is against the pod-hatching plot, and enlists the Tragers and pals Declan and Amanda to help him. Now if they can only find out where the secret Latnok pod factory is located ...

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MTV renews more of the same

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 27th 2009 12:06PM
MTVMTV has renewed The City (a spin-off of The Hills) and Daddy's Girls ( a spin-off of Run's House). It also greenlit Teen Cribs, whose January special doubled their ratings.

I could go off on another rant about how MTV has long stopped being about music and has since become more like Media-Whore Television, but it seems redundant at this stage.

As someone who mostly watches scripted television either in the comedy or sci-fi genres, I'm wondering what the appeal of these shows are. I can only guess there is some degree of schadenfreude to watching these rich, attention-seeking fools make jackasses of themselves.

I do blame MTV for the reality show genre since they pioneered it with The Real World. It's become such a subculture that it has even spawned classes. But I can't blame them for the type of reality show they promote nowadays because they're just trying to appeal to their key demographic, the "I-want-it-all-and-I-want-it-now" generation

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What to Watch Monday, Dec. 29

by Kim Potts, posted Dec 29th 2008 5:00AM
the city'The City'
(10 and 10:30PM, MTV) series premiere
We've always loved that Whitney Port's the most drama-free member of 'The Hills' bunch, but here's hoping that's no longer the case now that she's moved to New York City for this spinoff.

Her days of listening to L.C.'s never-ending relationship woes are indeed behind her. But with a prestigious new job with fashionista Diane von Furstenberg comes ambitious new co-workers, and that promises to lead to major office politics.

And let's not forget Whit's new boyfriend Jay ... he's no Justin Bobby (and we mean that in a good way), but between a demanding job, life in a new city and quality time with her guy, Whitney's bound to find out just how hectic reality TV life can get.

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2009 New TV Show Season Premieres - Midseason TV

by AOL TV Staff, posted Dec 24th 2008 6:00AM
With the new year comes a whole new batch of shows to watch -- everything from Whitney's big move to 'The City' to Edie Falco's big return to primetime.

Think your DVR can handle it all?

Check out our guide to what's new in midseason and see what everyone will be talking about in 2009.

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