Octo-Mom Gets Reality Show


via US Mag

It’s official: Nadya Suleman and her brood of 14 are coming to a TV near you.

After weeks of meetings and negotiations, Suleman’s attorney Jeff Czech confirmed exclusively to Usmagazine.com that Suleman signed a deal Thursday night to star in her own reality series.

“[Nadya and the producers] are hoping to have an arrangement whereby several events in the children’s lives would be filmed in a documentary series,” Czech told Us.

“One of the events in the children’s lives might be their first birthday.”

Describing the as-yet untitled show as a “quasi-reality TV series”, Czech said that the production company, Eyeworks, was moving ahead to make a deal with a network. Continue reading

Reality Show Budgets Get Slashed


Reality shows are poised for a face-lift now that producers are having their budgets drastically reduced. Companies are looking at in-studio reality programming (“Deal Or No Deal,” “Moment of Truth”) as the wave of the future because it lowers costs and is relatively short to edit. Shows that take a few days to shoot, but weeks to edit (“I Love New York,” “Flavor of Love”) are putting a strain on the production studio’s turn around of product. The
most revealing part of the piece though, is the producer’s deteriorating scale of “factors” when it comes to what they put on TV. They look at the consumer like “Mikey,” he’ll eat anything you feed him.

“Every year there’s more and more budgetary pressure,” said Mark Cronin, producer of such VH1 hits as “Rock of Love” and “I Love New York.” “Every network is having its budgetary problems, and that’s being pushed back toward all content. So there’s a constant pressure to produce more for less…Audiences seem to be very forgiving of what we used to think of as unspeakably low production values,” Cronin said.

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Update: J.Lo To Do Reality Show About Career & Family Life…

Source: Breibart

Sorry I took so long to let you guys know that this reality show seems to be dead in the water. Here is the update on the supposed J.Lo reality show:


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Kate Gosselin’s been on nine magazine covers in the last month alone, her show premiere had almost 10 million viewers, and her long-in-front-party-in-the-back hair style is the hottest ‘do since Jennifer Aniston’s “Rachel.” And now, Ms. Thing is continuing her world domination by out-diva-ing major diva Jennifer Lopez.  According to reports J. Lo was in talks with TLC to have her own reality show but didn’t want to have her children on air, and instead wanted to focus on the behind-the-scenes workings of launching her latest perfume. Yeah, apparently TLC thought that was kinda lame, too. So when “Jon and Kate Plus 8” killed it in the ratings on Monday, the TLC peeps shelved the J. Lo show entirely. Brutal.

True, the show sounded way snooze-worthy, but J.Lo is (was) an A-list celeb, so to get pushed out of the way by an octo-mom from Pennsylvania, shows the creepily awesome power/popularity of Kate Gosselin.

Dude, she’s starting to scare me. I think we need to call in Victoria Beckham to put the smack down on Kate. Posh—the original icy-mom-with-a-pixie-cut—would cut Kate to shreds with one robotic glare. That’s it. I’m ringing Posh now, Kate must be stopped.

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Toshiba Unveils World Tiniest HD Camera, Well Sort Of

World\'s Smallest HD Camera

Talk about not wasting anytime! The other day we posted the world’s smallest HD Camera from Sony [HERE] but now it appears Toshiba is making a run on the record by throwing out a three chip (CCD) 1080i broadcast-quality camera that is measuring in a staggering 1.6 inches squared!!
Too bad though, this gizmo is being utilized only by the pro’s for now, and it has to hook up to some sort of contrapment which technically rules it out as the “smallest” operational camera on the market, because technically it ain’t on the market. It can shot up to 90 feet away and for now it will be destined to be used in reality shows. I guess we can be looking forward to HD quality sex tapes now instead of that crappy, grainy stuff of days of old. Sweet.