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If you think the Kardashians are worthless television personalities, here’s a reality check: they’re worth every penny — at least according to Bunim/Murray Productions CEO and chairman Gil Goldschein who spoke on the topic of talent issues at reality TV conference RealScreen West in Santa Monica, Calif. on Wednesday.
Goldschein was part of the “Making It To Season 2 and Beyond” panel at the annual entertainment summit where he revealed he had no idea that “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” would be a hit when the pitch came through the production company’s doors years ago. Bunim/Murray is also behind Caitlyn Jenner’s upcoming summer docuseries.
“That family has continued to increase their payday season to season,” Goldschein admitted, giving kudos to the Kardashian/Jenner clan who recently signed a three-season extension deal with E! for a reported $20 million. When it come to internal talent issues, the exec »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Start your engines! RuPaul's Drag Race is set to return for its new season on March 2 and the Logo reality hit will be welcoming two new permanent judges: E!'s Ross Matthews and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's Carson Kressley! Set to replace Santino Rice, the fab duo will join RuPaul and returning judge Michelle Visage on the panel, where they will force the fierce competitors to lip-sync for their lives. But they aren't the only new faces fans can look forward to seeing in season seven, as the sneak peek above reveals some major guest judges. Ariana Grande, Jessica Alba, Demi Lovato, Kathy Griffin, Mel B, Olivia Newton-John and Kat Dennings are all set to appear on »
RuPaul's Drag Race is premiering on March 2, and a new teaser for season 7 has none other than RuPaul promising it will be "the most raggedy season ever." In fact, everything this season is going to be decidedly more - gaggier, cockier, huntyer and realer are just a few of the words that flash across the screen in a new promo.Other additions to the long-running reality competition include two new full-time judges: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy alum Carson Kressley and red carpet correspondent Ross Mathews. A number of guest judges have also signed up to throw shade or »
- Lanford Beard, @lanfordbeard
3 items from 2015
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