In a new Fox Reality Channel series called The Next Amazing Adventures of a Nobody, Leon Logothetis backpacks from Paris to Moscow, while surviving on only five Euros a day. In order to survive on so little cash, Englishman Leon utilizes his urban-survival expertise to travel, eat and lodge. During his journey, Leon does not accept money from anyone and relies completely on the gracious assistance of the colorful characters he encounters.
Solitary is back for a third season on Fox Reality. The new season is called appropriately enough Solitary v3.0. In a brand new twist, Solitary v3.0 will not be quite as solitary as Fox Reality will surprise contestants by pairing them together in isolation.
The eighth season of American Idol will kick off on FOX in less than a week, but if you’re looking to whet you appetite right now, then the Fox Reality Channel has the solution. Since January 1, Fox Reality Channel has been airing what they call the “12 Days of Idol.”
Law enforcement has been very good to FOX on Saturday nights. Both Cops and America’s Most Wanted have been long running hits for the FOX network. Now, the FOX Reality Channel is trying to work its own magic with law enforcement on Saturday Night. Smile…You’re Under Arrest is premiering on FOX Reality on Saturday, December 27 at 7 PM ET.
Previous People’s Choice Award recipient, three-time Grammy winner and season 4 American Idol winner, Carrie Underwood will perform at the 35th Annual People’s Choice Awards this January on CBS. The show will be hosted by the celebrity royal lady herself,Queen Latifah.
American Idol judge, Paula Abdul, is speaking out for the first time about Paula Goodpseed’s suicide. She talked to The View, Good Morning America and (Barbara Walters Live) Sirius XM radio show. Abdul not only revealed that she was aware that Goodspeed had been stalking her for 17 years, she claimed that the American Idol producers brought the young lady on to audition against her wishes.
The Fox Reality Really Awards are generating buzz over an incident that
took place between Survivor’s Jonny Fairplay and Danny Bonaduce. In
video on TMZ.com, Jonny Fairplay is on stage to present an award and
asks the crowd “Are you guys really booing?” Danny Bonaduce then walks
on stage and tells Fairplay, “They’re booing because they hate you.”
Fox Reality, the nation’s only all-reality, all-the-time programming
service, has distribution commitments that will propel it past 35
million subscribers in its second year, joining only National
Geographic Channel, TNT and NFL Network as other new networks to
achieve that feat.
Public Media Works, Inc. recently announced that it has signed an agreement with the Fox Reality Channel to air a thirteen week schedule of the "Fastest Car In America." The one-hour reality show will answer questions and dig into the drama behind America’s fascination with the automobile. The basic premise of the drama involves a field of 4 teams, consisting of 4 drivers each. The teams are "locked down" on the racetrack for three weeks where everyday is race-day, winners stay to continue to compete, and losers go home.
Fox Reality, the ALL REALITY, ALL THE TIME channel featuring reality programming from all the major networks, has hired Noel Siegel as Director of Development, reporting to Bob Boden, Vice President, Programming.