In a surprise announcement, Investigation Discovery has revealed that Murder Chose Me, its three-season true crime hit, won’t be back for a Season Four. But why was Murder Chose Me cancelled at all? And how did the show’s stars — most notably real-life Detective Rod Demery and John Nicholson, who portrayed Demery on the show — respond?
The ongoing battle between Derick Dillard and Jim Bob Duggar over the Duggar family’s finances just took a strange and unexpected turn. Derick chose now to respond to some very old tweets connecting him to Jim Bob’s financial arrangements — and made some surprising allegations in the process. Read on for the details…
Just as the current season of Basketball Wives is wrapping up comes news of the show’s first spin-off in eight years. According to multiple sources, Basketball Wives Dallas has been greenlight by VH1 and is now casting, with an eye toward starting filming before the end of the year.
It was the final show in the franchise to start production on its new season, but we’ve gotten word that Love & Hip Hop Miami Season 3 is finally back and filming new episodes! However, it looks like the show’s main cast may have been extensively reworked, with at least a couple of main cast members potentially fired and the entire supporting cast allegedly up in the air.
Now that we know Kanye West’s Star Wars houses are a thing — and that he’s evidently going to solve homelessness with them — we have some unanswered questions.
We already knew that the Love & Hip Hop cast salary was heavily dependent upon star power and longevity — but LHHH star Teairra Mari recently spilled some of the show’s tea when it comes to cutting checks. Teairra gave a deposition in her ongoing revenge p0rn lawsuit against 50 Cent, and was forced to explain her own finances when it was revealed she’d been ducking some court-ordered payments. But Teairra is hardly the only cast member talking cash: over the years, plenty of the franchise’s other stars have revealed some intriguing figures.
Last week, rumors of Love & Hip Hop Miami canceled raised plenty of eyebrows among the show’s viewers. Though LHHMiami has had the lowest ratings of all four franchises, it’s also the youngest, and has suffered from VH1’s time slot shuffle. But we’ve since learned that the rumors can be put to bed: the show will be back! Read on for the details!
The newest Love & Hip Hop franchise is also the one that’s struggled the most in the ratings — but is Love & Hip Hop Miami coming back, or has it really been canceled? According to a new report, VH1 is ready to pull the plug, but we’ve got some conflicting information. Read on for the details.