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'Project Runway' Cuts Five Designers in the Season 9 Premiere (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 29th 2011 3:24AM
'Project Runway' season premiere'Project Runway' (Thu., 9PM ET on Lifetime) wasted no time in its ninth season premiere. With 20 contestants vying for the win this season, they were tasked with bringing their best work for the judges to determine if they were even allowed to continue on in the competition.


Four contestants were brutally sent packing right away, but Anya, who only learned to sew four months ago, was not one of them. She was still around in the Top 16 when they got a 5AM wake-up call for their first challenge.

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Heidi Klum, Michael Kors and Nina Garcia Preview the 'Project Runway' Premiere (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 25th 2011 1:20PM
Heidi Klum talks about season nine of 'Project Runway' on 'Good Morning America'Season nine of 'Project Runway' kicks off Thursday with a big elimination that will send four of the 20 semi-finalists packing. Heidi Klum, Nina Garcia, and Michael Kors spoke about the first episode, and one semi-finalist in particular, Monday on 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM on ABC).

The contestant in question was former Miss Trinidad and Tobago, Anya Ayoung-Chee. "We were a little skeptical when we saw Anya's rack," said Garcia. "Her what?" asked 'GMA' anchor Lara Spencer. "Her rack of clothes," clarified Garcia.

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New 'Castle' Boss Named, 'Glee' Kids Are Graduating & More Casting News

by Jean Bentley, posted Jul 13th 2011 7:30PM

Penny Johnson JeraldWith the death of Capt. Montgomery in the 'Castle' season finale (uh, two-month late spoiler alert), the ABC cop-show-with-a-twist is getting a brand-new boss -- a woman.

According to TV Guide, former '24' star Penny Johnson Jerald will head up the 12th Precinct as Victoria Gates, whom the site describes as "a career-minded cop who spent much of her early career in Internal Affairs."

Contrary to Castle's buddy-buddy relationship with Montgomery, the writer and his detective shadow-ee, Beckett, will butt heads with the no-nonsense boss.

In other TV casting news ...

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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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'Project Runway' Shakes Things up for Season 8

by Catherine Lawson, posted Jul 29th 2010 8:15AM
Heidi KlumIn addition to the usual stresses and strains, bitchiness, in-fighting, and flashes of sheer design brilliance that we've come to expect from the show, 'Project Runway' fans can expect a few changes when it returns for its eighth season tonight. In an interview with tvguide.com, host and creator Heidi Klum dropped some hints as to what we can expect.

First up, the show's now starting at 9PM ET instead of 10PM ET (check your DVRs, people), and is 90-minutes long instead of 60. Klum said she always thought the original start time was too late, so now we can all watch a longer show and still catch up on our beauty sleep a whole half hour earlier than before.

Plus, having an extra 30 minutes in the show means we'll get to see much more of the judges' deliberation: "Elimination day is all day, but on the show it was down to about 10 minutes. ... Now we have the freedom to show it much longer than we ever could," says Klum.

After seven seasons the competing designers are, by now, knowledgeable fans of the show who know what's coming and know (or think they know) how to play the game. So, this season will throw them some curve balls, such as the first-ever hat challenge, and Klum says this time around "we are going a little harder on the designers and with the challenges. We just try to pump it up a little more and give the designers twists. ... We need to surprise them too, and not just viewers at home."

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'Project Runway 7' Winner Talks About 'Bold, Graphic' Fashions

by Kim Potts, posted Apr 23rd 2010 3:00PM
What's black, white and red all over (with some memorable splashes of yellow and purple thrown in for good effect)? Seth Aaron Henderson's winning collection for season 7 of 'Project Runway.'

Henderson's 1940s German and Soviet military-inspired collection beat out fellow finalists Emilio Sosa and Mila Hermanovski to net the self-taught designer a $100,000 cash prize, an editorial feature in the July issue of Marie Claire magazine, $50,000 worth of HP and Intel technology and the chance to sell his line at Bluefly.com.

In the middle of a busy Friday morning that included stops at 'Good Morning America' and 'Live with Regis and Kelly,' Henderson talked to TV Squad about his win, his appreciation for the feedback he got from 'PR' judges Nina Garcia and Michael Kors and how his plans for the future might include the cool alternative to frilly Easter dresses.

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Winner Announced on 'Project Runway' Season 7 (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Apr 23rd 2010 7:27AM
Heidi Klum Announces 'Runway' WinnerThree very talented fashion designers -- Emilio Sosa, Mila Hermanovski and Seth Aaron Henderson -- each showed their collections at New York Fashion Week. But on the season 7 finale of 'Project Runway' (Thu., 10PM ET on Lifetime), there could be only one winner. Who took home the top spot?

Watch the video after the jump.

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'Project Runway' - 'Finale, Part II' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted Apr 23rd 2010 12:30AM
(S07E14) It's the final episode of 'Project Runway' Season 7 and I'm more excited this season than last season. The collections of Irina, Carol Hannah, and Althea pale in comparison to this season, which actually had some original colors, shapes, and concepts. This season was apparently more important because they sacrificed an episode of 'Models of the Runway' for a reunion episode that didn't say much.

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What's On Tonight: 'Bones,' Double '30 Rock,' 'Supernatural'

by Rich Keller, posted Apr 22nd 2010 12:30PM
The Emmy Award-winning '30 Rock' returns with two new episodes at 8:30 and 9:30
Here's tonight's lineup of new shows and events (all times Eastern). Check your local
TV listings for additional information.

Starting at 8:00
ESPN: NFL Draft -- 1st Round

8:00 to 9:00
ABC: 'FlashForward'
CBS: 'Survivor'
The CW: 'The Vampire Diaries'
FOX: 'Bones'
NBC: 'Community' and '30 Rock'
CNBC: 'Beyond the Barrel: The Race to Fuel the Future' -- A look at future energy resources
History: 'Modern Marvels' -- Helicopters
Nickelodeon: 'SpongeBob SquarePants' -- Bob and Patrick protest the building of a highway near Jellyfish Fields

9:00 to 10:00
ABC: 'Private Practice'
The CW: 'Supernatural'
FOX: 'Fringe'
NBC: 'The Office' and '30 Rock' -- Not a mistake; there are two new episodes of '30 Rock' on tonight's schedule
Animal Planet: 'Weird, True & Freaky' -- Two 30-minute episodes
National Geographic: 'Naked Science'
Showtime: 'Green Collar Comedy Slam' -- Featuring a lineup of ecological-minded comics
TLC: 'Police Women of Maricopa County'

10:00 to 11:00
CBS: 'The Mentalist'
NBC: 'The Marriage Ref'
A&E: 'Fugitive Chronicles'
Bravo: 'The Real Housewives of New York City'
CURRENT: 'Rotten Tomatoes Movie Review Show' -- 10:30 start
Food Network: 'Ace of Cakes'
History: 'Sliced' -- Two 30-minute episodes
Lifetime: 'Project Runway'
TLC: 'LA Ink'
Travel: 'David Blaine: What is Magic?'

After the jump, the late night talk shows.

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Tim Gunn Shares Theory on Bad Fashion and Monkeys (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Apr 20th 2010 3:30PM
On 'The Bonnie Hunt Show' (weekdays, syndicated), Tim Gunn of 'Project Runway' shared an interesting theory on bad fashion that somehow relates to zoo animals. According to Gunn, perpetrators of bad fashion get used to the way they look in the same way a visitor to the zoo becomes acclimated to the terrible smell in the monkey house.

Gunn first describes how the smell of primates at the zoo becomes less and less noticeable over time. Then, he compares the same phenomenon to those guilty of making awful fashion choices. "I can't help but think that they look at themselves in the mirror and think, 'You look ridiculous.' But then, by standing there for 20 minutes or so, they think, 'You know, it's not so bad now,'" he said.

Watch the video after the jump.

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The Last Elimination on 'Project Runway' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Apr 16th 2010 4:10AM
Heidi Klum's Last Elimination on 'Project Runway'It was the final elimination on last night's 'Project Runway' (Thu., 10PM ET on LIFE). While Emilio Sosa and Seth Aaron Henderson last week earned the chance to show their designs at New York Fashion Week, Mila Hermanovski and Jay Sario still had to compete for the third spot at Bryant Park.

Watch the video after the jump.

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'Project Runway' - 'Finale Part 1' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted Apr 16th 2010 12:28AM
Jay and Mila await judgement.
(S07E13) It's crunch time for 'Project Runway' as the contestants make their ten piece final collection at home. While Seth Aaron and Emilio are sailing pretty, Jay and Mila had to face-off. Tim's visits are probably the best episode for Tim fanatics. He gets to interact with the contestants, but also becomes human watching him eat meals and ride bikes. I need to have a looped gif of Tim on the trampoline from this episode.

On the whole, I'm impressed by the unfinished collections of all the contestants; they all look like they were closer to finished product than previous seasons. The contestants have very distinct points of view so it will be very interesting to see how the finale pans out.

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A Surprise Ending for Two Contestants on 'Project Runway' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Apr 9th 2010 5:20AM
Heidi Klum Reveals Surprise on 'Project Runway'Each season, three finalists of 'Project Runway' (Thu., 10PM ET on LIFE) show their collections at New York's Fashion Week. With four designers left standing before the judges' panel last night, host Heidi Klum announced who wouldn't be going to Bryant Park -- sort of.

Emilio Sosa's dress was the unanimous favorite, so he's headed to Fashion Week, no question. But between Mila Hermanovski, Jay Sario and Seth Aaron Henderson, Klum revealed the two contestants who "are going to design collections, but only one of you will show at Fashion Week. It is going to be up to you to take this opportunity and run with it." Pun intended there, Heidi? So, who's still fighting for the fashion design opportunity of a, er, lifetime?

Watch the video after the jump.

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'Project Runway' - 'The Big, Top Designers' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted Apr 9th 2010 1:26AM
The Project Runway contestants watch a circus performance
(S07E12) The contestants have finally reached the final challenge on 'Project Runway' before the final collection. The final dress has to be a high end dress inspired by performances from Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey. They had two days and $300 to create the best dress they could.

One effect that was used really well this episode was the montage of outfits the contestants used during judging. It made you realize that you went through twelve episodes already. Granted, they skipped several of the dud outfits, but it does show that people like Seth Aaron and Mila have a strong point of view.

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What to Watch: April 8

by Kim Potts, posted Apr 8th 2010 6:00AM
'Project Runway' (10PM, Lifetime)
Anthony's back! And he capped his surprise comeback with a win (loved his black and white gown!). But even if the circus of last week's episode -- Maya quits, Anthony comes back, Seth Aaron loses his model, Anthony co-wins the red carpet look challenge -- kicked up the drama a respectable notch or two, it has nothing on tonight's episode, where things, literally, are a circus. As in, that's the theme ... the remaining five designers have to look to the big top for the inspiration to whip up an over-the-top creation. Sounds like a fashion dream? Not so fast, because while the judges may say they want the contestants to sew up some edgy frocks, they also want them to be tasteful and well-constructed, which may not be easy to pull off when you're going for clown chic. The stakes are high, though ... the four designers who make it through this challenge make it to Fashion Week.

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