FIRST LOOK/ ON TV

October 21, 2021

FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (THURSDAY 10/21/21)
A&E: The First 48 (Premiere) at 9pm
BET+: Bruh (Premiere)
HBO MAX: Dune (Premiere)
HBO MAX: Tuff Money (Bani Negri) (Premiere)
HULU: The Next Thing You Eat (Premiere)
NBC: The Blacklist (Premiere) at 8pm
NETFLIX: Komi Can’t Communicate (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Life’s Glitch with Julien Bam (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Sex, Love & goop (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Insiders (Premiere)
PEACOCK: The Girl in the Woods (Premiere)
PEACOCK: Curious George (Premiere)
SUNDANCE NOW: Couple Trouble (Premiere)
VICE TV: While the Rest of Us Die (Premiere)
CW: Coroner (Finale) at 8pm

Facebook is planning to announce a new name for the company next week, according to The Verge. The name change is intended to reflect Facebook’s ambition to build out the metaverse, with a focus on AR and VR. That’s versus having its foundation be social media, for which the company is currently under fire from regulators. Facebook’s annual Connect conference takes place October 28, and details of the rebrand are expected; the company said it does not comment on “rumor or speculation.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Meanwhile, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been added as a defendant in a consumer protection lawsuit. “Our continuing investigation revealed that he was personally involved in decisions related to Cambridge Analytica and Facebook’s failure to protect user data,” said AG for the District of Columbia Karl A. Racine. The lawsuit, filed in 2018, alleges Facebook misled consumers about privacy on the platform.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Netflix isn’t having such an easy time of it, either. Ahead of an employee walkout and rally yesterday over transphobic remarks in Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix special, “The Closer,” Netflix issued a statement. “We value our trans colleagues and allies, and understand the deep hurt that’s been caused,” said the streamer. “We respect the decision of any employee who chooses to walk out, and recognize we have much more work to do both within Netflix and in our content.” Acknowledged Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos to the Wall Street Journal of his initial response to critics, “I screwed up…I should have recognized the fact that a group of our employees was really hurting.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Netflix protesters gave the company a list of demands that did not include taking down “The Closer,” but asked instead that it “adopt measures in the areas of Content Investment, Employee Relations and Safety, and Harm Reduction, all of which are necessary to avoid future instances of platforming transphobia and hate speech, and to account for the harm we have caused and will continue to cause until the below measures are put in place.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

“The Last Cowboy” is moseying from Paramount Network to CMT. The unscripted series from Truly Original, offering an inside look at the sport of horse reining, will premiere in its new home on Friday, November 12 at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Black viewers are cutting the cord amid the surge of streaming options, according to a new study from Horizon Research. MVPD penetration among Black households has dropped from 88% in 2017 to 61% in 2021, said the study. And video providers, traditional and OTT alike, would do well to keep pace with the times. “Many companies are late to the game, only now focusing on the Black audience in the context of BLM and new diversity mandates,” said Horowitz CRO Adriana Waterston. “To not be viewed as simply pandering, companies who hope to serve the Black audience must make meaningful and sustained investments, not just in programming and marketing, but in community outreach and support, in order to earn this valuable audience’s trust.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Warner Bros. Television responded to a lengthy Instagram post by Ruby Rose, who abruptly left their starring role on The CW’s “Batwoman” after one season. Rose alleged toxic behavior on the set as well as unsafe working conditions were the cause of her departure. Said the studio in a statement, “Despite the revisionist history that Ruby Rose is now sharing online aimed at the producers, the cast and crew, the network, and the Studio, the truth is that Warner Bros. Television had decided not to exercise its option to engage Ruby for season two of ‘Batwoman’ based on multiple complaints about workplace behavior that were extensively reviewed and handled privately out of respect for all concerned.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Byron Allen has secured more investors to back his $23-a-share takeover offer for Tegna, sources tell Bloomberg. Allen is looking for upwards of $8 billion in debt and equity to outbid a consortium that includes private equity company Apollo Global Management Inc. and Standard General. Rolling Allen’s existing businesses, including the Weather Channel and local TV stations, into the company to help secure financing is a reportedly a possibility.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Amazon Prime has renewed “Breathe: Into the Shadows” for a second season. “As the plot intensifies and new characters infuse raw energy into the narrative, the stakes and the thrill go higher this season,” said Aparna Purohit, Head of Originals, Prime Video India, of the Indian crime thriller.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Madison Technologies is acquiring production company The Jay & Tony Show (“The Chelsea Handler Show”). The acquisition marks Madison’s jump into television production amid plans to offer content for its OTA broadcast platform, GO.TV. “With little or no technology changes in more than a generation, the broadcast TV industry today is poised for dramatic upheaval as new, disruptive technology prepares to roll out, allowing for OTA mobile viewing and other major advancements,” said Philip Falcone, Founder and CEO of Madison Technologies. “The OTA market represents an untapped and sizable opportunity to create unique content, develop channels (networks) and enhance Madison’s value for shareholders and audiences.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Roku has ordered additional episodes of “Roku Recommends,” its weekly entertainment series offering streaming options. Roku reports that 71% of households that watched the Funny or Die-produced show, which launched in June, streamed a new channel on the Roku platform afterwards.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Gwen Sigan has been promoted to showrunner of NBC’s “Chicago P.D.”, which she had been writing and exec producing. The move lightens the load of Rick Eid, who had been EP and showrunner on “Chicago P.D.” and “FBI,” as well as writer, exec producer and showrunner on the upcoming “Law & Order” season 21 revival.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Snap has five new series on the way: “Level Up with Stephen Curry,” following the superstar as he mentors young athletes; “Addison Rae Goes Home,” tracking the social media star’s journey to her Louisiana roots; “Ryan Garcia: The Fight Inside,” in which the boxer explores mental health issues; “Reunited,” reconnecting loved ones; and another athlete mentor show, “A Fighting Chance with Anthony Joshua,” featuring the British boxer.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“The Great Soul Food Cook-Off,” a soul food cooking competition series celebrating Black chefs and Black culinary tradition, premieres Saturday, November 20 on discovery+. Kardea Brown hosts.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Season two of “Molly of Denali,” the animated series from GBH Boston, kicks off a week of new episodes Monday, November 1 on PBS KIDS in honor of Native American Heritage Month (check local listings). The series follows the adventures of 10-year-old Molly Mabray, a resourceful Alaska Native girl who lives in the fictional village of Qyah, Alaska.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HGTV competition series “Flipping Showdown,” premiering Wednesday, November 17 at 9p, offers renovators and flippers an opportunity to get $100,000 cash and the chance to start and grow their own real estate/flipping franchise.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Four fierce girls join High Guardian Academy to become heroes and protect the world from unknown threats in “High Guardian Spice,” premiering Tuesday, October 26 on Crunchyroll.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Squidbillies” returns to Adult Swim for a 13th and final season at midnight on Sunday, November 7. The animated comedy follows rural hell-raising cephalopods.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HLN’s “Lies, Crimes & Video” returns Sunday, November 14 at 10p, starting with the twisted story of the murder of a young mother that was witnessed by her child.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Dune” starts streaming tonight, October 21 at 6p on HBO Max (for ad-free subscribers only), a day earlier than the film’s scheduled release date. It will be available to stream for 31 days.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Rise,” a new film from Disney based on the real-life story of the family that produced the first trio of brothers to become NBA champions, Giannis and Thanasis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Laker Kostas Antetokounmpo, will debut in 2022 on Disney+. “Rise” is directed by Akin Omotoso (“Vaya”), with Bernie Goldmann (“300”) producing and Giannis Antetokounmpo executive producing. Co-producers are Andreas Dimitriou and Michael Foutras.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” will broadcast live from The Pavilion at Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi on Friday, October 22 at 10p, ahead of The Magnolia Bowl rivalry football game between Ole Miss and Louisiana State University.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Anthem Sports & Entertainment and its family of networks is partnering with Movember, a charity dedicated to men’s health, in support of the organization’s efforts to help men improve their physical and mental well-being. During the month, AXS TV, HDNET Movies, GameTV, Fight Network and Game+ will feature special Movember content and PSAs, headlined by a block of classic films starring some of cinema’s famous mustachioed men every Monday in November.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hallmark Channel’s six Fall Harvest Saturday night original movie premieres have together averaged 1.5 million Households, 1.8 million Total Viewers and 194,000 Women 25-54, catapulting Hallmark Channel to become the #1 most-watched entertainment cable network on Saturdays and Weekends for the duration of the six-week run. The event delivered the most-watched entertainment cable program every Saturday for six consecutive weeks among Households, W18+ and Total Viewers.
(Source: Cynopsis)

JACK NICHOLSON MAKES A RARE PUBLIC APPEARANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ALMOST 2 YEARS

October 20, 2021

JACK NICHOLSON MAKES A RARE PUBLIC APPEARANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ALMOST 2 YEARS
https://www.eonline.com/news/1306606/jack-nicholson-makes-rare-public-appearance-for-the-first-time-in-almost-2-years

TAWNY KITAEN DIED FROM HEART DISEASE WITH OPIOIDS A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR

October 20, 2021

TAWNY KITAEN DIED FROM HEART DISEASE WITH OPIOIDS A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR
https://www.tmz.com/2021/10/20/tawny-kitaen-cause-of-death-heart-disease-coroner/

LIL NAS X GETS HIS OWN SPECIAL DAY IN ATLANTA

October 20, 2021

LIL NAS X GETS HIS OWN SPECIAL DAY IN ATLANTA
https://www.tmz.com/2021/10/20/lil-nas-x-gets-his-own-special-day-atlanta/

NETFLIX EMPLOYEES WALK OUT IN PROTEST OVER DAVE CHAPPELLE SPECIAL “THE CLOSER”

October 20, 2021

NETFLIX EMPLOYEES WALK OUT IN PROTEST OVER DAVE CHAPPELLE SPECIAL “THE CLOSER”
https://www.tmz.com/2021/10/20/netflix-walkout-protest-dave-chappelle-special-the-closer/

RICK ROSS SAYS HEMP HOP PRODUCTS ARE HEALTH GAME-CHANGERS FOR SMOKERS

October 20, 2021

RICK ROSS SAYS HEMP HOP PRODUCTS ARE HEALTH GAME-CHANGERS FOR SMOKERS
https://www.tmz.com/2021/10/20/rick-ross-hemp-hop-products-cbd-health-smoke-marijuana/

DR. DRE SERVED WITH DIVORCE DOCS AT CEMETERY AS GRANDMOTHER IS LAID TO REST

October 20, 2021

DR. DRE SERVED WITH DIVORCE DOCS AT CEMETERY AS GRANDMOTHER IS LAID TO REST
https://www.tmz.com/2021/10/20/dr-dre-served-grandmother-burial-funeral-divorce/

CELEBRITY NEWS: OCTOBER 20, 2021

October 20, 2021

CELEBRITY NEWS: OCTOBER 20, 2021
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Asante Blackk (This Is Us/ When They See Us) – 20 years old
Sydel Curry (Vollyball Player/ Younger sister of Stephen & Seth Curry) – 27 years old
Cyn Santana (Love & Hip Hop: New York) – 29 years old
Candice Swanepoel (Model) – 33 years old
A$AP Ferg (Rapper) – 33 years old
Matt Steffanina (Choreographer) – 35 years old
Jennifer Freeman (My Wife and Kids) – 36 years old
John Krasinski (“A Quiet Place”/ The Office) – 42 years old
Snoop Dogg (Rapper) – 50 years old
Dannii Minogue (Pop Singer) – 50 years old
Sunny Hostin (The View) – 53 years old
Kamala Harris (Vice President of the United States) – 57 years old
Viggo Mortensen (“The Lord of the Rings” movies) – 63 years old
Danny Boyle (Director) – 65 years old
William Russ (Girl Meets World/ Boy Meets World) – 71 years old

FIRST LOOK/ ON TV/ POWERBALL

October 20, 2021

FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 10/20/21)
BRAVO: Winter House (Premiere) at 10pm
ID: Still a Mystery (Premiere) at 9pm
MOTOR TREND TV: Garage Squad (Premiere) at 10pm
NETFLIX: Gabby’s Dollhouse (Premiere)
PBS: Nature (Premiere) at 8pm
PBS: Secrets of the Dead (Premiere) at 10pm
YOU TUBE: Onyx Family Dinner (Premiere)
FX: American Horror Story: Double Feature (Finale) at 10pm

AMC Networks has partnered with The Trade Desk and Magnite to enable programmatic and addressable buying on linear television. “This is a huge development, for us and for the entire industry, unlocking the value of linear inventory by providing advanced programmatic buying, with full addressability, on linear television,” said Evan Adlman, SVP of advanced Advertising and Digital Partnerships for AMC Networks. “We have made a commitment to make 100 percent of our linear reach addressable, and we believe in the enhanced efficiency and automation of programmatic buying.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Killer Camp” was yanked from The CW after two low-rated episodes. The adaptation of a British non-scripted format that has campers competing to expose a “killer” among them launched to 0.05 in the A18-49 demo, and dipped to 0.03 for episode two.
(Source: Cynopsis)

But The CW has programming in the pipeline: The net has picked up Italian drama series “Leonardo,” starring Aidan Turner (“Poldark”) as Leonardo da Vinci, and Australian dramedy “Bump,” focused on an over-achieving 17-year-old.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Netflix employees angered by the streamer’s Dave Chappelle stand-up special, “Closer,” have planned a rally for today outside Netflix’s LA headquarter. While some staffers have found the show transphobic and harmful to transgender people, Netflix heads Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos have maintained the special is not harmful and is popular with viewers.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Promoting her new book, Going There, Katie Couric opened up on “Today” about her former “Today” co-host, Matt Lauer, and her bumpy primetime tenure. “It was devastating but also disgusting,” said Couric of Lauer, who was fired in 2017 amid allegations of sexual misconduct. “What I realized was there was a side of Matt I never knew.” As for her 2006-11 tenure as anchor of “CBS Evening News,” Couric said, “I don’t think people internally really accepted me. I thought we were much further along when it came to sexism. Because I enjoyed such a great position at the ‘Today’ show I thought America was ready for a female anchor of the evening news, and I think we were just not as far along as I naively thought.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

CNN’s John King revealed on air that he has multiple sclerosis. King shared the diagnosis during a discussion about vaccine mandates. “I am immunocompromised,” King said. “I have multiple sclerosis. So I am grateful you are all vaccinated….I don’t like the government telling me what to do. I don’t like my boss telling me what to do. In this case, it’s important.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The show will go on: Despite the Hungarian government’s passing of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, MTV’s Europe Music Awards will remain as scheduled in Hungary this year. In a note to staff, MTV President and CEO Chris McCarthy said that while his initial reaction had been to move the event, after consulting with LGTBQ+ advocates he realized MTV could “use the opportunity to stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community in Hungary and around the world as we continue to fight for equality for all.” The awards will recognize young LGBTQ+ activists with MTV’s Generation Change Awards in partnership with the All Out advocacy group. The show, which takes place November 14, had been scheduled for last year, before the legislation was passed, but was postponed due to the pandemic.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Filmmaker Frank Marshall (“The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart”) is directing and producing “Carole King & James Taylor: Just Call Out My Name,” a concert doc premiering on CNN and HBO Max. “I’ve been listening to and playing their music my whole life, so it’s especially meaningful to me and such an honor to be able to put together this special reunion concert by these two extraordinarily gifted friends,” said Marshall.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Uma Thurman (“Kill Bill”) has joined “Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber” as Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington. Brian Koppelman and David Levien (“Billions”) and Beth Schacter (“Soundtrack”) will executive produce, write and serve as showrunners on the Showtime series.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Tubi’s first original animated series, “The Freak Brothers,” debuts with the first two episodes on Sunday, November 14. Produced by WTG Enterprises, the eight-episode show chronicles the escapades of a trio of stoners and their cat, who wake up from a 50-year nap after smoking a magical strain of weed in 1969. Stars include Woody Harrelson (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”), John Goodman (“The Conners”), Tiffany Haddish (“Girls Trip”) and Pete Davidson (“Saturday Night Live”).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lifetime gave a thumbs up to three new original thrillers for 2022. The trio of thrillers includes “Single Black Female” starring Raven Goodwin (“The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel”) and Amber Riley (“Glee”), about a new friendship with a dark secret; “Line Sisters,” headlined by LeToya Luckett (“Greenleaf”), Kierra Sheard-Kelly (“The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel”), Ta’Rhonda Jones (“Empire”), and Drew Sidora (“CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story”), about four sorority sisters harboring a deadly secret; and “Vanished: Searching for My Sister,” starring Tatyana Ali (“Love That Girl”) as twins – one that goes missing and one that will do anything to uncover the truth about her missing sister.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Netflix greenlit YA series “XO, Kitty,” a spinoff of the streamer’s original film trilogy, “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.” The dramedy comes from Awesomeness and ACE Entertainment. Jenny Han, author of the books on which the franchise is based, will serve as co-showrunner alongside Sascha Rothchild.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Meryl Streep has joined Apple TV+ climate change anthology series “Extrapolations.” Also onboard are Sienna Miller (“The Girl”), Kit Harrington (“Game of Thrones”), Tahar Rahim (“The Mauritanian”), Taye Diggs “Snowpiercer”), Gemma Chan (“Eternals”), David Schwimmer (“Friends”) and Adarsh Gourav (“The White Tiger”).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Eva Longoria (“Devious Maids”) will star in FilmNation Entertainment’s TV adaptation of Isabel Allende’s The House of the Spirits. Francisca Alegría and Fernanda Urrejola are writing the show; the former will direct.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Colin Woodell (“The Flight Attendant”) landed the lead in Starz drama “The Continental,” a prequel to the “John Wick” film franchise.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Tough Love with Hilary Farr” will premiere on HGTV and discovery+ on Monday, December 20 at 8p. The star of hit series “Love It or List It” will use her design skills to help stressed-out families create beautiful living spaces. “As a mother, business owner and life partner, I’ve been through my fair share of struggles and challenges,” said Farr. “I know that when life gets messy, having a home that is both beautiful and functional goes a long way toward alleviating stress.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The fourth and final season of Netflix’s “Ozark” will be released in two, seven-episode parts, starting Friday, January 21.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Fox set midseason premiere dates (but not time period premieres) for three series. New Gordon Ramsay cooking competition “Level Chef” debuts Sunday, January 2 at 8p; season two of “Call Me Kat” arrives Sunday, January 9 at 8p, followed at 8:30p by newcomer “Pivoting,” following three women (played by Eliza Coupe, Maggie Q and Gennifer Goodwin) attempting to find happiness after the death of a friend.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Foodgod, a foodie will 11 million followers, stars in a self-titled series on discovery+ launching Sunday, November 14. Executive produced by momager Kris Jenner, “Foodgod” kicks off at Kim Kardashian West’s house.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Oxygen’s “911 Crisis Center” premieres Saturday, November. 6 at 9p. The series focuses on first responders at a call center in Chagrin Valley, OH.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Discovery+ has acquired North American streaming rights to Plimsoll Productions’ format “Handmade: Good with Wood.” The British version of the format launches as “Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker” tomorrow, October 21. “The incredible global pre-sale of ‘Handmade: Good with Wood’ underscores both a significant appetite for premium unscripted content and an exciting trend to have streamers acquire UK factual series,” said Andrea Jackson, CEO of distributor Magnify Media.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HGTV’s “Fixer to Fabulous,” featuring home renovators Dave and Jenny Marrs bringing worn-out homes in Arkansas back to life, returns with 16 new episodes beginning Tuesday, November 16 at 9p. Coming in early 2022 to discovery+: spinoff series “Fixer to Fabulous: Welcome Inn.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Wipeout” returns Thursday, January 11 at 9p to TBS. The comedy competition is hosted by John Cena (“Suicide Squad”).
(Source: Cynopsis)

MTV is bringing back “The Concert for New York City” tonight, its 20th anniversary. Originally broadcast live on VH1 and organized post-9/11 by Paul McCartney, the encore will include fundraising elements built around performances and appearances for NYC poverty-fighting organization Robin Hood. The concert airs commercial-free tonight, October 20 at 7p on MTV Live and MTV Classic.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Jo Koy has a fourth stand-up special coming to Netflix. The show is slated to tape on March 25, and air later in 2022.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Comedy Central stand-up special “Roy Wood. Jr.: Imperfect Messenger” premieres Friday, October 29 at 10:30p. It’s the third CC special for the “Daily Show” correspondent.
(Source: Cynopsis)

AccuWeather Network and accuweather.com will feature a week–long series on Halloween, with stories like how to keep pumpkins fresh, and weather extremes and their impact on trick or treating. AccuWeather broadcasters will share their favorite Halloween memories, take viewers on a tour of Screamageddon in Tampa, deliver family safety tips for the season, and discuss how thunderstorms, the moon and the seasons all play a role in paranormal activity. The stories launch on AccuWeather Prime starting October 25.
(Source: Cynopsis)

With “The Wendy Williams Show” host out on extended medical leave,Whitney Cummings (“Whitney”) will guest host the week of October 25, and Sherri Shepherd (“Dish Nation”) will take charge the week of November 1. “In my opinion, nobody is more entertaining or authentic than Wendy Williams,” said Cummings. “As an avid fan, it is surreal to sit in for Wendy, but as someone who has been a guest on the show so many times, I feel confident that my relentless habit of speaking candidly, often to the point of self-sabotage, may go over well with her fans.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Star contestant Matt Amodio’s winning streak on “Jeopardy!” gave the game show a new season high of 5.9 Live+SD national Nielsen, up 7% from the week prior. Also seeing a season high was “Judge Judy” (4.8, up 2%).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Fox’s “The Simpsons” ranked as the #1 program (tied with Fox drama “9-1-1”) in Live+7 Day ratings for the week of October 4, marking the first time it has been the top-rated entertainment series in nearly seven years. Bart and Co. scored a 1.5/9 A18-49 rating in Live+7 Nielsens.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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ALL THE BOMBSHELLS FROM THE REAL HOUSEWIVES TELL-ALL ‘NOT ALL DIAMONDS AND ROSE”

October 20, 2021

ALL THE BOMBSHELLS FROM THE REAL HOUSEWIVES TELL-ALL ‘NOT ALL DIAMONDS AND ROSE’
https://www.eonline.com/news/1306356/all-the-bombshells-from-the-real-housewives-tell-all-not-all-diamonds-and-rose