The series will air on Lifetime, not NBC.
Unlike Heidi Klum, Gunn seems to have a grip on the legal mess embroiling the show.
It's an orgy of lawsuits, people!
Negotiations for an out-of-court settlement are not taking place.
Are we ever going to see this damn show again?
We thought the show would return to the air next summer, but now it could take even longer.
It probably won't hit the air until late next summer.
Also Sharon Stone wanted her son to get Botox, and M.A.C's Emanuel Ungaro collection hits counters.
Taping will continue as planned while the show remains homeless. Which means LiLo stays!
A judge ruled NBC should have had the chance to match Lifetime's offer for the show.
This means 'Elle' has been auf'd.
Finally giving us a reason to tune in to the next season!
Heidi Klum says the stuff they use at Parsons is junky and they always complain about it
Also, the U.S. Open pop-up shop just opened, and 'Playboy' launches a bra.
It's boring, saturated with bad acting, and generally laughably crappy. You know, like other every Lifetime original movie.
Former contestant Nick Verreos judged in Chicago over the weekend and blogged about how different it was.
Emmy rules dictate only fifteen producers can win. 'Runway' has sixteen.
In Bravo's new reality show teams of designers will live in a house together and work to create entire lines for potential commercial sale.
Harvey Weinstein and Jeff Zucker testified before a judge over whether NBC has a shot at keeping the show. And things got nasty.
It's too bad there's no room to show a little Emmy love to Tim Gunn.