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The world of television teen dramas has historically been populated by actors far past their high school years. Who could forget Luke Perry’s receding hairline while playing a sixteen-year-old on the original Beverly Hills, 90210? New shows like the 90210 remake and Glee have continued the tradition and feature a thirty-one-year-old and a [...]Continue Reading →
The “reality” of so-called reality shows has long been a topic of hot debate — and it’s pretty clear that at least some altercations and dramatic encounters are done (at least in part) for the cameras. MTV is host to two of the most popular “reality TV” series on the air: Jersey Shore and Teen Mom. [...]Continue Reading →
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TLC’s new reality show, “Sister Wives,” may soon get very real indeed. The show, featuring a fundamentalist Mormon family in Lehi, Utah, premiered on Sunday, September 26. The cast of characters includes Kody Brown, his four wives, and their sixteen children. The Browns decided to “go public” in order to gain [...]Continue Reading →
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