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'The Amazing Race' 15 Winners Revealed (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Dec 7th 2009 11:14AM
The winners of 'The Amazing Race' 15 were crowned last night, after the three remaining teams completed three final challenges in Las Vegas. Among the challenges included rappelling face-first down the side of the Mandalay Bay hotel and performing in a high-flying act with the Cirque du Soleil troupe.

Meghan Rickey and Cheyne Whitney, the boyfriend and girlfriend team from San Diego, took top honors in the competition and won a grand prize of $1 million. They beat out brothers Sam and Dan McMillen from Missouri, and married couple Brian and Ericka Kleinschmidt from Tennessee.

Read our full recap.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Best TV Shows of the 2000s (20-11)

by Kim Potts, posted Dec 7th 2009 6:00AM

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Drama Queens Podcast: How to Get on 'The Amazing Race'

by AOL TV Staff, posted Dec 3rd 2009 5:00PM
Amazing Race'The Amazing Race' hasn't been so amazing this season, and Kelly and Patricia discuss how casting choices can make or break a reality TV show. Want to run the 'Amazing Race'? They've got tips!

Plus, the avowed fans of 'So You Think You Can Dance' lament the lackluster sixth season.

Listen to the podcast now.

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Most Evil Reality Show Villains on TV Right Now

by Jane Murphy, posted Dec 2nd 2009 6:30PM
When it comes to reality show stars, we remember the ones we love to hate. Johnny Fairplay or Puck, Santino or Joan Rivers (what, you didn't want Annie Duke to win 'Celebrity Apprentice'?) ... viewers want to get their blood boiling. Here are some of the scoundrels (and circumstances) currently gritting teeth on your TV grid.

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'Amazing Race' Season 16 Casting Spoilers

by Elizabeth Chan, posted Dec 1st 2009 3:00PM
Is this Jordan and Jeff on 'The Amazing Race?'If you're at an airport and find yourself standing behind a pair of Americans who are dressed alike and begging the ticket counter to let them on your flight -- you might be a witness to 'The Amazing Race.'

While the rest of the country fell into a Thanksgiving coma, the 'Amazing Race's' 16th season was getting underway -- though not without some of the contestants being outed by a few quick-thinking 'Race' fans

Want to know who they are? Spoiler alert!

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PGA Awards: Showtime Leads With Noms for 'Dexter,' 'Weeds'

by Sharon Knolle, posted Nov 30th 2009 6:02PM
Showtime got the most love today from the Producers Guild of America (PGA), as the guild announced nominations for television series (scripted and non-fiction). Showtime leads with four nominations ('Dexter,' 'Californication,' 'Weeds,' and the non-fiction 'This American Life.' AMC, Bravo, CBS, NBC and HBO each netted two nominations.

The nominated shows are listed below in alphabetical order by category:

Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Television - Comedy
'30 Rock' (NBC)
'Californication' (Showtime)
'Entourage' (HBO)
'The Office' (NBC)
'Weeds' (Showtime)

Norman Felton Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Television - Drama
'Breaking Bad' (AMC)
'Dexter' (Showtime)
'Lost' (ABC)
'Mad Men' (AMC)
'True Blood' (HBO)

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Review: The Amazing Race - It Starts With an F, That's All I'm Saying

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Nov 30th 2009 12:01AM
Kafka-esque absurdity on The Amazing Race in Prague

(S15E11) Next week is the big season finale of The Amazing Race. But this week the last four teams have to battle it out for the prized final three slots racing for the finish line. So, you would think this is the time to put on the big boy (or girl) pants, step up to the plate, give it your all, and a thousand other corny trite sayings. Alas, one team tonight has a huge fail. Of all the legs to fall apart and go kerflooey, this one so near the finale is cruel indeed. Too bad, so sad.

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Review: The Amazing Race - This Is the Worst Thing I've Ever Done in My Life

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Nov 9th 2009 1:47AM
Looking for a needle in a haystack on The Amazing Race
(S15E08) This week we revisited one of the toughest roadblocks ever on The Amazing Race. Back in season six, the same farm with the same roadblock did in one team. Kristy and Lena spent eight hours searching for a clue they never did find. Phil Keoghan came out to them after dark in the field and called an end to their search. If I'm not mistaken, this is the first time the show has repeated a roadblock. And what a doozy to choose! While looking for a clue in a haystack is easier than looking for a needle, there are so many haystacks -- how would our five remaining teams fare? Read on.

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Review: The Amazing Race - This is Not My Finest Hour

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Nov 2nd 2009 12:41AM
Ericka is having a tough time this leg on The Amazing Race
(S15E07) Poor Ericka. In tonight's episode of The Amazing Race, she didn't look quite like Miss America. Stress will do that to you. It seems each week a team or two make what might be a fatal error in the game. Oh, not something that could kill them -- just one which could lead to being Philiminated. This leg wasn't only tough on Brian and Ericka. One of the Globetrotters had to don a dress. Thankfully, it seemed to be specially tailored to fit him.

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The Amazing Race: Sean Penn Cambodia Here We Come

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Oct 12th 2009 12:40AM
Monkey business at the TAR roadblock
(S15E04) You'll have to bear with me tonight. You see, I'm cranky. Yes, I'm cranky about tonight's episode of The Amazing Race. Perhaps I'd be a bit less cranky had the show started anywhere near on time. No, it's a Sunday show and here in the NYC viewing area, any sport played during the day can run over and delay the entire Sunday evening primetime line-up. On a night like tonight, delayed 45 minutes, it wreaks havoc with other shows I'd like to watch and my review writing time. But that's not the only reason I'm cranky.

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Meet the 'Amazing Race 15' Teams

by Kelly Woo, posted Sep 9th 2009 4:15PM
amazing raceReady ... set ... go!

CBS announced the 12 teams competing in the 15th season of the 'The Amazing Race,' which premieres Sun., Sept. 27, 8PM ET. Meet the pairs who are vying for the $1 million prize, plus learn the new twists and turns featured on the 'Race' this season ...

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More poker player reality stars?

by Michael Pascua, posted Jul 23rd 2009 7:08PM
Tiffany Michelle, professional poker playerIt was inevitable: the stereotype of the poker player is being tested on another reality show. First there was Jean-Robert on Survivor. More recently America watched Annie Duke shrewdly translate her poker prowess as business savvy on the Celebrity Apprentice.

Now rumors are flying in that two poker players will be on The Amazing Race. Poker players Maria Ho and Tiffany Michelle have been spotted around LAX's airport ready to race around the world. What is it about poker players that are so appealing? Can the ability to bluff succeed with foreigners?

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2009 CBS Fall TV Premiere Dates

by Andrew Scott, posted Jun 25th 2009 10:00AM
The MentalistThe 19th season of 'Survivor' will lead off CBS' 2009 fall premiere schedule.

The 'Samoa' edition premieres Thu., Sept. 17, followed by the network's Monday night comedy block, which includes the debut of Jenna Elfman's 'Accidentally on Purpose,' on Sept. 21.

Meanwhile, dates were also added for hit shows like 'Criminal Minds' (Wed., Sept. 23), 'The Mentalist' (Thu., Sept. 24) and the NBC import 'Medium,' premiering Fri. , Sept. 25.

Check out the full list of premiere dates after the jump.

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Summer reality TV alternatives

by Michael Pascua, posted May 21st 2009 11:03AM
Hopefuls line up for So You Think You Can Dance AuditionsWith the latest seasons of Survivor, The Amazing Race, and American Idol wrapping up, fans patiently have to wait until the fall or spring 2010 for their favorite shows to return. But why wait? Several reality TV shows debut in the summer both as lighter fare than fall shows and a way to test for target audiences.

If one recalls, several summer reality TV shows have eventually moved to prime real estate in the fall or spring. If rumors are true the summer favorite So You Think You Can Dance will be the next to move, airing in the summer and fall.

Here are some alternatives for your favorite reality TV shows.

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Phil Keoghan Interview for 'The Amazing Race 14'

by Patricia Chui, posted Apr 30th 2009 6:00AM

Phil Keoghan"Every opportunity I have to strip down, I'll be stripping down."

As the longtime host of CBS' competitive reality show 'The Amazing Race,' Phil Keoghan has witnessed plenty of tough challenges -- from mass-eating competitions to language-barrier breakdowns to broken oxen -- but none so tough as the challenge he's recently undertaken himself.

On March 28, starting out from L.A., Keoghan began biking across America in support of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (and to promote GNC's One Square Meal bars); he'll finish his journey in New York on May 7, three days before the finale of the 14th season of 'The Amazing Race.' Along the way he's encountered gusting winds, killer fatigue and the kindness of strangers (or, at least, pie-bearing fans).

Even though he landed in the hospital and had to get an IV shortly after we reached him in Crete, Neb., the native New Zealander gamely chatted about his bike ride, why he'd never go on 'Amazing Race' ... and just how much he enjoys stripping down to his underwear. -- By Patricia Chui

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