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This post was originally going to be about the History Channel paying $3.5 million to advertise their show "Swamp People" during the Super Bowl.
NFL Football: Saints at Packers (NBC) - My cable has been going in and out all day because Eastern Pennsylvania is mostly underwater.
Tonight's season finale of "Hoarders" features a man named Glen who has a hoard of rats.
Clutch: Riding shotgun through the gritty streets of Los Angeles seems like the premise for a new action film, but it’s not.
"The Hasselhoffs" debuted with back-to-back episodes on Sunday, and that was enough for A&E to decide that it didn't want to do that again, as the cable network has pulled the eight remaining episodes from its schedule.
This is the first promo for A&E's "Teach: Tony Danza," which premieres October 1st.
Despite how hilarious it is with a laugh track, "Intervention" tackles addiction with an unprecedented level of success: of the 161 addicts featured on the show over the last five years, an astounding 130 of them are still sober.
Yesterday, I highlighted a GQ article in which Zach Galifianakis said that "if they put a laugh track on Intervention, it would be funny.
A&E has ordered a show from Ryan Seacrest's production company called "The Incurables.
Reality TV producers gathered in Santa Monica on Wednesday and Thursday for a conference in which they told each other how much reality TV benefits society and complained about how their genre -- Factual Entertainment, they call it -- is unfairly maligned.
In light of the allegations that Steven Seagal keeps a handful of "executive assistants" for his perverse sexual needs, the Sheriff's Department where Seagal works as a reserve deputy sheriff has kicked out A&E's production crew, thus ending "Steven Seagal: Lawman" for the foreseeable future.
Steven Seagal: Lawman (A&E) -- Series premiere.
A&E has greenlit seven episodes of "Bob Saget's Strange Days," an hour-long series in which Saget will engage the odder fringes of American society.
TMZ is reporting that David Hasselhoff is close to finalizing a deal for a reality show about the Hoff and his two daughters.
Just as TLC is the go-to channel to watch dwarves and terrible parents, A&E highlights people with problems.