Tim Gunn

 Tim Gunn

Credit: Lifetime Television

Press Tour: 'Runway' star Gunn will be 'Big Daddy' of 'Under the Gunn'

Gunn was 'blown away' by Macklemore's fashion sense

If you can't get enough of mentor Tim Gunn on "Project Runway" (and really, who can?), Lifetime is launching "Under the Gunn," a design competition show in which Gunn mentors three "Project Runway" winners as they mentor a bunch of competing designers. Sound complicated? Gunn says "multi-layered," so there. 

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"The Spoils of Babylon"

 "The Spoils of Babylon"

Credit: IFC

Press Tour: Maguire and Osment bond over '80s TV for 'Spoils of Babylon'

The stars bond over 'Walker, Texas Ranger'
While Will Ferrell wasn't on hand for "The Spoils of Babylon" panel, his sense of humor definitely made the trip. When Tobey Maguire was asked how he felt about parodying epic melodrama, given he actually had "The Great Gatsby" in theaters last year, Maguire could have answered seriously or just dismissed the question as insulting. Instead, he responded in a languid deadpan, "It was so similar at times I didn't know which production I was in. It was really confusing for me." Then, he looked into the crowd and added, "And for those of you who watch this, I'm sorry and you're welcome."
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"Lindsay"

 "Lindsay"

Credit: OWN

Lindsay Lohan's reality show coming this spring to OWN

More Tyler Perry on deck along with Deion Sanders

In the ongoing quest to find an identity beyond "Oprah" re-hashes, OWN has announced four new series premieres for 2014. While the network still seems a little bipolar, split between wholesome self-improvement and, well, Lindsay Lohan. However, OWN's kinder, gentler approach to reality TV might be the perfect place for Lohan to stage a comeback. Tyler Perry, whose brand of subpar soap has already scored solid hits for OWN, will also bow yet another series for the network. Move over, Oprah!

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Ralph Macchio

 Ralph Macchio

Credit: OWN

Exclusive clip: 'Karate Kid' Ralph Macchio tells 'Oprah' he was 'an idiot'

The '80s icon laughs at his youthful optimism

Remember "The Karate Kid"? No, not the one with Jayden Smith, the original, way back in the '80s. It turns out you always had a good reason for liking Ralph Macchio, and not just because he gave you that crane kickboxing move to try out at the gym. In this exclusive clip from the OWN series "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" (Fri. Jan. 10 at 8:00 p.m.), the '80s teen dreamboat looks back on his greatest year (career wise, of course) and has a laugh. 

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"American Horror Story: Coven"

 "American Horror Story: Coven"

Credit: FX

'American Horror Story' recap: 'The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks'

The rock icon brings a musical moment to break up the non-stop crazy

Oh, how I was looking forward to Stevie Nicks' appearance on "American Horror Story: Coven." I could just imagine what it would be like when the real thing met its earnest imitation in Misty Day. Surely there would be a storyline befitting a rock icon, a plot twist that had been cooking since the first day Murphy and Falchuk imagined a character obsessed with all things Stevie, right? Uh, not exactly. But we do get a lovely version of "Rhiannon," so that's okay, too.

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"My Strange Addiction"

 "My Strange Addiction"

Credit: TLC

Watch: Woman has a QQQ bra size on 'My Strange Addiction'

It took twenty years, $250,000 and 30 procedures for this makeover

Okay, there's a nip and a tuck, and then there's a tear down reconstruction project. In tonight’s all new episode of TLC’s "My Strange Addiction" (Wed. Jan. 8 at 10:00 p.m.), Lacey Wildd is proud to be plastic and has spent more than $250k and undergone 30 procedures to attain the most extreme body in the world. In this clip, Lacey shows off her custom internal pig skin corset, as well as her glow-in-the-dark boobs. Yes, that. 

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"Killer Women"

 "Killer Women"

Credit: ABC

Interview: 'Killer Women''s Tricia Helfer on trumpets and serial killers

The star talks about the smoky scene she was 'happy was a short clip'
Most celebrities are literally underwhelming. Hollywood is the land where short actors can pass for giants thanks to clever cinematography and the occasional well-placed apple box. What struck me first about Tricia Helfer (the star of "Killer Women," which premieres tonight at 10:00 p.m. ET on ABC) when I met her on the show's Albuquerque set is just how tall she is.
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"The Legend of Mick Dodge"

 "The Legend of Mick Dodge" 

Credit: Nat Geo

Exclusive clip: 'Legend of Mick Dodge' reveals weird pinecone uses

The NatGeo show reveals the real secret to roughing it

Who says TV isn't educational anymore? In this exclusive clip form Nat Geo's new series "The Legend of Mick Dodge" (premiering Tues. Jan. 7 at 10:00 p.m. ET and 10:30 p.m. ET), we learn tons of helpful stuff from the man himself. You know what a pinecone and a stick really is? No, really. And that pinecone can also clean your ears. And, um, other parts of your body. Hey, we didn't make this stuff up.

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"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"

 "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"

Credit: Bravo

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap: Can Brandi change?

Yolanda and Lisa defend Brandi, but should they?

While lots of things happen in this episode (Jamie Lee Curtis for the win!), all of them are overshadowed by the never-ending battle between Brandi and Joyce. After the pathetic ending to Lisa's dinner party debacle, I think the win is pretty clearly in Joyce's column. She may be many things, but I don't think Joyce is one to play the victim card, at least not the way Brandi did. 

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"The Bachelor"

 "The Bachelor"

Credit: ABC

'The Bachelor' recap: Juan Pablo cuts most of the crazies - but not all

It's going to be a wacky season with one girl on board

I wrote a lot about this episode here, so this won't be an extremely in-depth recap. After all, we don't want to get too attached to anyone. We start the two-hour episode with 27 hopeful ladies and end with just 17. While kicking ten women to the curb gives Juan Pablo a chance to rid himself of most of the lunatics, amazingly, he leaves some in the mix. Maybe this is his way of keeping things interesting this season, but if the promo at the end of the episode gives any real clues, I think things progress from interesting to "didn't I see this on 'Cops' or maybe 'Dr. Phil' one time?" pretty quickly. 

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