"Sonja Productions" failed to finance a John Travolta movie.
Plus, Andy Cohen talks about the genesis of the 'Real Housewives' franchise and how far it will spread, on our regular late-night roundup.
The Salahis meet justice, one season late.
Though at least the subject matter is pure Bravo.
Affluencers dig her.
"It was the worst. I was looking for a knife to stick in my eyes, it was so terrible."
Maybe he'll do his Hosni Mubarak again.
"My sneakers keep telling me to kill people."
And Jill Zarin is back at the head of the table.
Plus: New screenplays from the writers of 'Brokeback Mountain.'
Oh, this is very good news.
None of the judges have been officially rehired yet, but don't take that as a bad sign.
All four of the former 'Idol' judges now have their own reality shows to call home.
"The show reminds folks that privileged people are flawed human beings."
The host of Chelsea Lately gets an extra half-hour.
She's a spa owner and single mother.
Nobody puts this lady in the corner.
Her "gut" is telling her to jump ship.
But do we even want her back?
Is Bravo's 'Kell on Earth' done?
Giudice and Staub reportedly fight each other in the reunion. Obviously.
'Life and Style' says she hasn't been asked to return for season three.
"Love: Everyone wants it, but not everyone finds it."
"'Bethenny Getting Married' shows that an intelligent, witty show can do well without people slapping each other, cursing each other out, and flipping tables."