Marnie Oursler is the latest in a very long line of builders and contractors, and her DIY show Big Beach Builds looks to cement her status as one of the eminent home renovators on the Atlantic coast. Marnie is a coastal woman through and through: she grew up in Maryland and Virginia and attended college […]
Fixer Upper‘s carpenter extraordinaire finally has his spin-off! Wood Work, Clint Harp’s second pilot episode in as many years, is set for a major premiere *tonight* at 7:30 PM EST on DIY Network. That’s right: You can tune in tonight, March 8th, and watch Clint’s year-plus of extra effort get its big reveal! Devoteés will […]
The Bristol Marunde HGTV turn is coming: Bristol and his wife Aubrey have just been announced as the hosts of Flip or Flop Vegas, the first spin-off of Tarek and Christina El Moussa’s international mega-hit. In fact, HGTV recently shared the news that they’ve put five (5) brand-new Flip or Flop spin-offs into production. The […]
Treasure hunters and Lagina haters both have something to look forward to next year with Curse of Oak Island renewed for its fifth season. That’s according to a new report from RenewCancelTV, which broke the news shortly before the show aired its “Drilling Down” postmortem on Season 4 last night. RELATED: Curse of Oak Island […]
Given that Season 4 ended on something of an anticlimax, fans have been waiting for news about Curse of Oak Island Season 5 with a mixture of excitement and dread (and rolled eyes). Despite a two-hour season finale, the latest excursion resulted in little more than hints and insinuations for the Oak Island crew. And […]
The Curse of Oak Island Season Finale is here, and, this time, the Lagina brothers promise their decade of hard work will “pay off.” What that means is a mystery (for a few more hours, at least), but devoteés of the History hit have noticed a new urgency to the Season 4 finale promos. It […]
It looks like fans of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood who can’t wait for Season 4 and skeptics who think the whole franchise is a reality TV joke have both gotten a new reason to scratch their heads. According to an unverified report, the LHHH cast has been ordered to keep from fighting on the new episodes of the show. What on earth would that look like? Keep reading for the details…
Carl Marino, the man responsible for bringing Lt. Joe Kenda’s exploits to life on the small screen, recently took to social media to celebrate the finale of season 6–and make a long-awaited announcement about the future of Homicide Hunter.