The series will explore the art of romance -- free of preconceived notions, stereotypes and, yes, clothing.At the end of every hourlong episode, the two romance-seekers analyze what they've learned from their dates -- and themselves -- before deciding whether to move forward with their potential love matches.It’s also a series with heart and masterful storytelling -- both earmarks of an engaging, must-watch show.” (working title) was created and produced by Lighthearted Entertainment, with company president Howard Schultz on board to exec produce alongside exec vp Rob La Plante and vp development Jeff Spangler.VH1's Levison, Jill Holmes, Kristen Kelly and Fernando Mills will oversee for the network.A yet-to-be-named host will oversee the series, which will be filmed in a remote exotic locale.
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This is a four-week high in total viewers for “Blacklist.” ABC’s ambitious John Ridley drama “American Crime” generated decent sampling on Thursday, winning its hour — though with numbers far from what the net has gotten used to this season.
CBS earned a young-adult demo tie on the night with ABC thanks to a huge “The Big Bang Theory” and a strong third-week performance by “The Odd Couple.” The biggest beneficiary of promotional time during ABC’s telecast of the Oscars last month, “American Crime” has generated mostly excellent reviews but it’s considered far from a slam dunk to succeed.
Kenneth in the 212 reports Muir is allegedly “openly gay in his day-to-day life.” Another juicy rumor claims that he and field reporter Gio Benitez are an item. Eagle-eyed viewers claim that Gio usually files his reports to Diane Sawyer from the field.
But when Muir fills in as anchor, Benitez miraculously appears in the studio. Gio recently said that Muir is one of his top three “Golden Followers” on Twitter.