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NBC Renews 'Love in the Wild'

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 20th 2011 6:00PM
Love in the Wild Season 2NBC is bringing adventure/dating show 'Love in the Wild' back for another summer go.

Season 1 winners Samantha Woods and Mike Spiro are still in a relationship, according to NBC. Runners-up Heather Pond and Miles Haefner are also still romantically involved. During the first season, the show averaged 5.5 million viewers and a 1.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

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Who Won the Trip Around the World on 'Love in the Wild'? (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 18th 2011 4:02AM
'Love in the Wild'Congratulations to the Peacock on what turned out to be a very fun first season of 'Love in the Wild' (Wed., 10PM ET on NBC). The season finale saw the final two couples racing to the finish line for a chance at a first class trip around the world.


As I watched the season, though, I couldn't help but see it as the love story of Samantha and Mike. Maybe it's because they were paired up on the first adventure and instantly began what would turn out to be a long-term and legitimate romantic connection, but something about that pair was so dynamic all season.

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An Injury Could Eliminate One 'Love in the Wild' Contestant (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 28th 2011 2:07AM
'Love in the Wild'To mix things up this week, the couples on 'Love in the Wild' (Wed., 10PM ET on NBC) were forced to switch it up, leading to poor Mike and Samantha facing their first challenge separated. But before the challenge was finished, one contestant suffered a serious injury that may just jeopardize his standing.

The last part of the challenge had the couples carrying a heavy wooden idol up a steep flight of stairs, with Erica and Derek leading the pack. But then Derek dropped the idol, smashing his toe.

We were impressed that he was able to power through and still finish in third place, but after medics checked him out, he was forcibly eliminated from the game. He came back at the Couples Choice Ceremony, though, to tell Jess that she has an open invite to visit LA any time.

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Derek Falls Through a Bridge and Shrieks, on 'Love in the Wild' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 7th 2011 3:23AM
'Love in the Wild''Love in the Wild' (Wed., 10PM ET on NBC) came up with a fun adventure for the remaining couples this week. They had to navigate through a series of bridges high above the tree canopies while tethered to one another. Along the way they gathered more tethers, drawing them closer and closer.


This made navigating some of the bridges tricky, especially one that was missing planks and forced them to walk on the ropes. But it was on this bridge that Jessica saw Derek unravel. He wasn't the only one deathly afraid of heights, but he was the only guy, and Jessica was less-than-impressed with his girlish shriek.

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'Love in the Wild': 2x the Reality, 2x the Fun

by Stephanie Earp, posted Jul 4th 2011 2:30PM
I've never really followed an entire season of reality dating show, except for Meredith's turn on 'The Bachelorette', mainly because I was pretty sure she was doing it as a joke.

So color me surprised to find I actually enjoyed the debut of 'Love in the Wild' last week and have mentally penciled episode two into my calendar this Wednesday (9PM ET/PT, CTV/NBC). The show definitely hearkens back to the era of 'Paradise Hotel' or 'Temptation Island' but manages to feel like a fresher take on the pretty-people-in-a-hot-tub genre. Basically, it's a blatant attempt to mix 'Survivor' with 'The Bachelor'. The result includes some of the best and worst elements of both of those shows.

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EXCLUSIVE: 'Love In the Wild' Series Premiere's First 14 Minutes (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jun 28th 2011 9:00AM
What do you get when you cross 'The Amazing Race' and 'The Bachelor'? NBC's new destination reality dating show 'Love in the Wild.'

The show (which premieres Wed., June 29, 10PM ET) follows 10 single men and 10 single women, all looking for love in the jungles of Costa Rica, and we've got the exclusive first look at the premiere episode's first 14 minutes right here.

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As one of the single ladies points out, their exotic locale is gorgeous and a fitting dating analogy: "It's a jungle out there."

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What to Watch: TV Picks for June 27 - July 3

by Stephanie Earp, posted Jun 27th 2011 2:30AM
The Voice - Tuesday June 28, 9PM ET, CTV/NBC

The show ends this week, with the final four singing tonight and results tomorrow. I've enjoyed what I've seen of the show, though I admit I wasn't devoted to it. Most of my pleasure has come from watching Adam Levine try to be Simon Cowell, and wondering what Xtina is going to wear next. We get it, sweetie, you have a small waist and big chest.

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AOL TV's Guide to Summer Reality Competitions

by Jean Bentley, posted May 26th 2011 9:00AM
Big BrotherIt's no secret that the networks pad their summer schedules with cheap-to-produce reality fare. And we're fine with that -- who wants to spend the summer indoors glued to the TV waiting for the next suspenseful episode of 'The Good Wife,' anyway? Instead we can come back from the pool/beach/watering hole of your choice and turn on some fun, mindless reality competition series.

One problem -- with a wealth of shows to choose from, how do we decide which ones to add to the DVR queue? From wannabe dance divas to house-bound roommates, here's a guide to the reality competition series vying for your viewership during the summer months. Which ones will you watch?

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AMC Announces Two Reality Shows, Syfy Sets Summer Premiere Dates and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Apr 15th 2011 6:00PM
AMC logoWith AMC's 4 for 5 track record in launching original series in recent years, it makes sense that the network is now trying its hand at reality TV.

AMC announced today that it is developing two new reality shows, 'Inside the DHS' and 'The Pitch,' to launch in late 2011 and early 2012. Ahem -- since this is AMC, they're "docu-stories." Okay then.

The first, 'Inside the DHS,' is a behind-the-scenes look at the Department of Homeland Security that's scheduled to premiere later this year. The second, 'The Pitch,' follows real-life Mad Men working at an ad agency. That will debut early next year.

In other TV news ...

Syfy announced its summer premiere dates. New series 'Alphas' will debut Mon., July 11 at 10PM, directly after the season 4.5 premiere of 'Eureka.' 'Legend Quest' premieres Wed., July 13 at 10PM ET after the season 3 premiere of 'Ghost Hunters,' while 'Haunted Collector' will be paired with 'Hollywood Treasure' starting Wed., June 1. [THR]

Julia Ormond has joined the star-studded lineup of 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent''s final season. She'll appear in all eight episodes as a police psychologist counseling Vincent D'Onofrio's Detective Goren. [Deadline]

NKOTBSB member Joey McIntyre will take a break from his busy summer tour to guest star on an episode of 'Psych.' The singer will play a buff cop. [Entertainment Weekly]

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NBC Unveils Summer 2011 Schedule

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 21st 2011 4:45PM
America's Got TalentCouples with hilarious problems take note: NBC is bringing 'The Marriage Ref' back! The Jerry Seinfeld–produced panel discussion series, 'America's Got Talent' and several other new game shows and reality programs round out NBC's summer programming slate.

Joining 'America's Got Talent' and 'The Marriage Ref' are new reality show 'Love in the Wild,' singing competition 'The Voice,' new episodes of 'Law & Order: LA,' game shows 'Still Standing' and 'It's Worth What?' and the basic cable premiere of the final season of 'Friday Night Lights.'

"We want to make it clear that NBC considers the summer as an important part of its overall season and will continue to offer a varied lineup of original programs," Bob Greenblatt, chairman of NBC Entertainment, said. "Our viewers will have plenty of options with new series such as 'It's Worth What?' and 'Love in the Wild' as well as continuing shows such as 'The Voice' plus returning favorites like 'America's Got Talent.' We even have scripted series such as 'Friday Night Lights,' and episodes of two separate 'Law and Order' franchises as we build momentum toward the fall season."

Check out the premiere dates and more info about the new programs below.

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'30 Rock' and 'Real Housewives' Collide, Lizzy Caplan to Guest on 'Mr. Sunshine' and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 15th 2010 11:45AM
Tina FeyFirst, Tina Fey and '30 Rock' gave us their take on 'Survivor' with 'MILF Island.' Now, they're taking on the hottest reality franchise on cable right now: 'The Real Housewives.'

According to TV Guide, Angie Jordan (Sherri Shepherd) gets cast in a 'Real Housewives'-esque series that puts cameras on Tracy (Tracy Morgan) 24/7. What's this do to him? "Having the cameras around forces Tracy to act on better behavior,"'30 Rock' executive producer Robert Carlock told TV Guide.

Look for a potential appearance from Bravo's Andy Cohen. "Tina certainly enjoys him and we have joked about having him on," Carlock said. "Maybe we will."

In other TV news ...

It's official, NBC has greenlit its 'Survivor'-meets-'The Bachelor' dating show. 'Love in the Wild' will pair up 20 men and women and force them to compete in emotional and physical challenges. At the end of day, some couples will receive romantic treats and then decide if they want to continue with the partner or switch to a new one. Look for this gem next summer. [Hollywood Reporter]

'Party Down' star Lizzy Caplan will guest star on Matthew Perry's 'Mr. Sunshine.' Look for the effortlessly funny Caplan to have a fling with Perry's character, Ben, and then show up as his boss' new assistant. [Deadline Hollywood]

Disney is creating a plan for 'Sonny With a Chance' in case they must film without Demi Lovato. The network will focus 'Sonny' on the fictional show 'So Random!' when shooting begins in January. [E! Online]

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