Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert have sufficiently quantified their love for each other in public and inspired many people to scream “get a room!” Which means it’s time for a reality show.
VH1 has announced that RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars will be returning for a third season—the first on the network—and you know Valentina is going to wear her Miss Congeniality/Fan Favorite sash for her introduction!
Daytime Divas knows its audience. The new VH1 show, based on Star Jones’s book Satan’s Sisters—which was based on Jones’s experience as a former panelist on The View—is chock full of tongue-in-cheek references to the universe in which it exists. There’s an Elisabeth Hasselbeck mention in the first five minutes;…
“It’s hard to speak in a world where everything can get out and hurt you,” Mary J. Blige says in a documentary about the recording of her Strength of a Woman in which she also alludes to her estranged husband’s alleged mistress.
VH1 announced two bits of news regarding their 2017-2018 lineup, one which was expected and the other which was definitely not.
The trailer for the ninth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race (bowing March 24 on VH1) just dropped and it promises the fashion, drama, and shade we’ve come to expect from the beloved show (literally, the trailer features title cards advertising those three qualities).
Just three weeks after its delightful premiere, a second season the 420-friendly new cooking/talk show Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party has been ordered by VH1. When announcing the show’s renewal, network president Chris Mccarthy described hosts Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg as “the modern day Odd Couple and…
VH1's new talk show/cooking show/argument for the legalization of marijuana-hybrid Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party premiered Monday night after what feels like a year of anticipation (despite the fact that it’s only been three months), and I’m happy to report that it was a delightfully silly—if a little…
In 2011, Star Jones published a “work of fiction” called Satan’s Sisters, inspired by her time at daytime TV’s version of an antibiotic resistant strain of MRSA, The View. Earlier this year, it was announced the show would be adapted as a scripted series for VH1. This week, the first image production still was…
Old friends Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg will soon be getting a VH1 series because the development process of cable networks in 2016 consists of two questions: 1) will people tweet about the series excitedly when it’s announced, and 2) will the series be easily clipped for our network’s YouTube channel.
Many people would watch Amber Rose being Amber Rose for hours. But a talk show has its limits. At 11 pm on Friday night, the designated graveyard shift, The Amber Rose Show premiered in a time slot in which it’s nearly impossible to gain traction. Amber is hugely likable, with a disarming ability to pry information…
“If a girl wants to have a one night stand, she should. Girls should do whatever they want.”
Amber Rose will soon be hosting a weekly talk show on Vh1 and—yes, you guessed it exactly—it’ll be produced by Dr. Phil’s company.
Though Wednesday evening’s reports of her death were premature, Angela “Big Ang” Raiola’s family and friends have confirmed that she passed away early Thursday morning while “surrounded by family members.” Ang, who shot to fame in 2012 after landing a role on the second season of VH1's Mob Wives, had been battling…
Three months ago, a nation wept over the loss of Tyra Banks’ barely watchable competition show America’s Next Top Model. But if these unconfirmed reports are true, we’ll one day be able to dry our tears and smize again.
The original New York-set Love & Hip-Hop aired its fourth episode on Monday and it’s clear more than ever that Cardi B, the wild-card ex-stripper, has become the breakout star of the season.
Yesterday, a tweet by former Gawker writer/current Vanity Fair writer Richard Lawson brought my attention to this clip of a young Leonardo DiCaprio—circa The Basketball Diaries—being interviewed by Daisy Fuentes on VH1’s Top 20 Video Countdown. I could not be more grateful to revisit this classic material.
The season 1 finale of VH1’s Barely Famous, a mockumentary/reality parody starring quasi-celebrity sisters Erin and Sara Foster, aired this week. It’s flown slightly under the critical radar, but this frothy, shiny, altogether unchallenging show is counterintuitively, undeniably good.
VH1 recently announced its spring lineup and additions include Hot GRITS, a show following several girls and their South Georgia escapades. As a native Georgian who spent chunks of her childhood not so far from where this was filmed, I am beside myself. I have burst from my skin and I am standing next to myself.