The Price Is Right
CBS is rewarding Angelica McDaniel for managing to make a modest success out of The Talk, after overcoming a few casting bumps and bruises. The network has promoted the TV exec to senior vice-president of daytime. This news is awesome sauce, considering I was hearing a certain former ABC Daytime soap slaying exec was spotted lurking and skulking about CBS late last year! READ MORE
Daytime icon Bob Barker and upcoming Virgin Mary Pamela Anderson were among the famous vegetarians included on sheets of limited-edition 44-cent stamps and honored by PETA (People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals) on November 29. According to the LA Times, Barker and Anderson were on hand to help promote the event, but it was Anderson who drew the most attention. The stamps, featuring such other famous people as Woody Harrelson, Gandhi and Leonardo da Vinci can be purchased through Peta’s official website. See more photos after the jump! READ MORE
Come on down for Christian LeBlanc and Tracey Bregman! The Young and the Restless' actors will be appearing on the long running CBS game show The Price is Right on June 16, according to Soaps in Depth. Reportedly the pair will help present a Daytime Emmys showcase a contestant could win.
We’ve seen The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful stars make appearances on The Price is Right and now fans of The Talk’s Julie Chen and Holly Robinson Peete can look forward to them popping up on the long-running game show too. According to EW.com, Chen and Peete will appear on the April 6 episode of The Price is Right, hosted by Drew Carey. Fans will then see Carey drop in on The Talk later that same day.
WTF! The Price is Right's Drew Carey is developing a hidden camera show for CBS, but WTF! doesn't mean what most of us use it for online. It stands for "Wow, That's Funny!," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"WTF" shot a pilot presentation Saturday in which Carey and a troop of comedic agents wreck havoc in public places. The project combines a hidden-camera show with flash-mob tactics as the group pulls benevolent pranks on deserving citizens.
For instance, the group transforms a late-night truck stop into a five-star restaurant for long-haulers.
If you ask me, sometimes Hollywood just tries too hard to be hip. Not that I'd know anything about being hip.
CBS has rolled out its latest promo, pimping its new daytime line up. Watch the promo after the jump. READ MORE