It’s week 2 of ABC‘s latest reality series, The Glass House. Your votes have all been tallied…. So was Alex saved from elimination, or will he be back to causing trouble among the housemates? Get all the highlights from tonight’s episode after the jump.
CBS may have failed to get ABC‘s new reality series The Glass House pulled off the air, but now that the show has finally premiered — and to tepid ratings — was it really worth all the fuss and the MILLIONS of dollars both networks have spent on the legal battle? Which show is better — The Glass House or Big Brother? We’ve got our pick. Where do you stand?
CBS was obviously pretty peeved with ABC about the whole debacle surrounding The Glass House. So, what better way to get revenge than to announce a spoof of ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars? What hilarious twist did CBS give its new show? Keep reading to find out!
At first glance, he seems innocent enough. But as soon as “Prime Time 99″ opened his mouth during the season premiere of ABC‘s The Glass House, America collectively wondered: Who is this guy? And more importantly, is he for real?! Yes, Alex, the free-style rapping bail bondsman from Texas is real, and depending on your vote, we may be stuck with him for a while as he sets out to be the most notorious reality TV villain of all time. (At least he has goals, right?) See what the overtly modest “Prime Time” has to say about himself, where he got the nickname, and why you won’t want to miss what he’s about to do in The Glass House. (Prepare yourself for lots of eye-rolling!)
It’s the show they didn’t want you to see. (“They” being CBS.) But despite the copyright complaints and requests for temporary restraining orders, tonight, 14 “unique players,” all claiming to be very “real” (we’ve heard that one before), await your vote to determine their every move on ABC‘s The Glass House. So is it really just a knock-off of Big Brother? YOU decide.
It looks like CBS just may have to suck it up and be prepared for a little healthy competition! After hitting ABC with a copyright complaint over their new reality series The Glass House, the network continues to try to block the show‘s June 18 premiere. But U.S. District Judge Gary Feess says that he’s “not likely” to side with CBS and Big Brother. Why not?