Continuing our introduction of the Dirty Soap cast, Reality TV Magazine next features Days of our Lives star Nadia Bjorlin. Keep reading to find out more about the Daytime beauty.
The 2010 Emmy Award nominations were announced today and several reality TV programs and stars are up for the honor.Â Dancing with the Stars led the pack with four nominations, whileÂ American Idol,Â So You Think You Can Dance, andÂ Project Runway received two nominations each. Keep reading for more details on which of your favorite reality TV shows and stars are vying for a trophy…
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While the major networks will be devoted to Presidential election coverage tonight, there will still be some reality TV on cable. In honor of election day, Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe will air a special Dirty Presidents episode. Rowe will pay tribute to the dirtiest of the U.S. Presidents.
On this week’s Dirty Jobs, Mike Rowe takes a trip to Waubun, Minnesota, where he takes employment with Bartos Bait & Fish. No, Mike isn’t going to spend a leisurely couple of days fishing. Mike’s new job is to catch leeches that will be sold as fish bait.
Mike Rowe has taken on some really nasty jobs during the fourth season of Dirty Jobs, but tonight might be his worst job yet. Mike will be heading to the Villard Ranch in Craig, Colorado.
Last week, the fourth season of Dirty Jobs premiered with Mike Rowe working as a tar rigger. This week, Mike Rowe travels to Oxnard, California to work at the Dirty Potato Chips company, which is a small-volume, independent chip maker.
Dirty Jobs is returning for a fourth season with eleven brand new episodes starting on Tuesday, October 7 at 9 PM ET/PT on the Discovery Channel. Dirty Jobs stars host and creator Mike Rowe as he takes on some of dirtiest and most difficult jobs in America.
Dirty Jobs is on the move. The Discovery Channel reality series follows host Mike Rowe as he tackles some of the grimiest and nastiest occupations in the world. While the jobs might be disgusting, they are often important in making life pleasant for the rest of us.
There is no job too unappealing or too horrendous for Mike Rowe to tackle. Rowe has worked at over 175 revolting jobs. The jobs have ranged from birthing cows and inseminating turkeys to cleaning caves.
Dirty Jobs is currently in its fourth season. Brand new episodes of Dirty Jobs are scheduled to start airing on Monday, April 14 at 9 PM ET/PT on the Discovery Channel.
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Brand new episodes of Dirty Jobs are coming to the Discovery Channel. Dirty Jobs is hosted by everyman Mike Rowe. In the series, Rowe investigates and gets his hands dirty in some downright nasty occupations.