On Sunday night’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kim Kardashian urges her family to cut off troubled brother Rob financially and suggests that sister Khloe kick him out of her home.
During the show, it is revealed that squalid Rob has been living in Khloe’s house ever since he went MIA from the family.
Cameras zero in on a dirty plate in Rob’s room that once contained… Continue reading Bum’s Rush? Kim Orders Khloe To Kick Slob Rob Out Of Her House — Old Food & Pill Bottle Found In His Room
Food Fighters, the reality competition series that host Adam Richman describes as a “culinary Mortal Kombat,“ has been renewed for a second season by NBC.
The showdown between home cooks and professional chefs will return to the network this summer, joining a host of renewed series including a 10th season of America’s Got Talent, a ninth season of Last Comic Standing, a fourth season of American Ninja
[all photos courtesy of Fantastic Fest/David Hill]
Pictured above: Alamo Drafthouse CEO Tim League kicks off Fantastic Fest’s 10th anniversary in style, wearing an Adidas jumpsuit with a GoPro camera strapped to his chest. Also pictured: Tusk writer-director Kevin Smith and star Justin Long dressed in a walrus suit.
Pictured below: You guess: Is this an image from the Fantastic Fest opening-night horror movie… Continue reading Fantastic Fest Buzz: Rockin' Unicorns, 'ABCs of Death 2' and One Helluva Crazy Food Fight
Adam Richman–the formerly fluffy host of Man v. Food who irked online folks by using the word “thinspiration” to describe his recent weight loss–may be on the cusp of losing his new show too.
The Travel Channel recently announced that it was postponing the July 2 debut of Man Finds Food, a new show that would have sent Richman on the hunt for off-the-beaten-path restaurants and menu items. A spokesman for the cable network… Continue reading ‘Man v. Food’ host Adam Richman rants on Instagram, new show delayed
MTV is combining the social aspects of “The Real World” with the competition aspects of “Top Chef” for the network’s new cooking reality series, “House of Food.”
Premiering on Monday (March 31), the series puts a group of young, aspiring chefs with no formal culinary training in one house to live, learn and compete for an apprenticeship under a renowned chef.