Technically, Scripps-Howard isn’t a network so much as a series of networks, but the point is: Anthony Bourdain is taking his act on the road, away from the Travel Channel and to CNN. There are no more No Reservations to be had. The ratings-troubled cable news network probably ponied up some decent cash for Bourdain (and Reservations‘ production company, Zero Point Zero) to come their way. Something that also may have helped? The fact that the Travel Channel was purchased by Scripps-Howard in 2009, and Bourdain has never been one to mince words about the Scripps’ networks stable of culinary stars.
On a recent Wednesday afternoon, Adam Richman reached into his pocket and withdrew his iPhone. He had a YouTube clip he was itching to show off. “Get ready for pyrotechnics,” he said. “This was my big national commercial.”
Mr. Richman, who has dark hair and brown eyes and a round, warm face, was wearing a Read More
As you may have deduced from the amount of TV-related content that crawls down this page each day, we at O2 spend a lot of time in front of our respective tubes. This time of year, we especially love watching those hokey paranormal reality shows about topics like haunted castles, wacky ghost hunters, weird bird-beasts Read More
The three Americans who were freed recently from a leftist guerilla organization in the jungles of Colombia traveled home to Florida for the first time in more than five years on Saturday after undergoing 10 days of treatment in an Army medical center in Houston. Their highly publicized rescue by the Read More