Rachel Frederickson stirred a lot of controversy when she debuted her skinny new body at The Biggest Loser finale, but the winner has since gained 20 pounds and feels she’s now at her perfect weight.
When she started the weight-loss competition, Frederickson, 24, was 260 pounds and dropped a staggering 155 pounds landing her 5’4″ body at a frail 105 pounds.
Now at 125 pounds, The Biggest Loser winner feels she’s finally… Continue reading ‘Biggest Loser’ Winner Rachel Frederickson Gains 20 Pounds, Says She’s At Her Perfect Weight Now
Note: In honor of the Academy Awards this Sunday, we’re reposting some of our favorite Oscar-related posts from years past. The following was first published on 2/26/13, and it includes a new intro from Geek Beat author Rick Marshall.
It’s worth noting this year that we have not one, but two science-fiction films nominated for “Best Picture” honors, though it’s understandable if the ambiguous futurism of… Continue reading 'Aliens,' 'Star Wars' and the Biggest Moments for Geek Films at the Oscars
CBS’ Blue Bloods ratings jumped to the crime drama’s biggest audience since its series premiere.
The Tom Selleck drama series had 12.8 million viewers — an impressive haul for a Friday night — marking the best viewership for the show since it debuted in 2010. The 18-49 rating wasn’t too shabby either, matching the show’s season high. CBS also had season highs for Hawaii Five-0 and Undercover Boss. CBS might… Continue reading ‘Blue Bloods’ biggest audience since series premiere
It was the mother of all years when it came to major TV stories, which made it difficult to whittle them down for a Top 10. So we went with 15, instead!
In no apparent order (though honestly, does any story top the Duck Dynasty one?) here are the year’s 15 biggest newsmakers.
Phil Robertson on Duck Dynasty. Journalists loved the scandal; it gave us something to write about during the… Continue reading The biggest TV stories of 2013