Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp. Famous Crime Scene. Fantasia For Real. Running Russell Simmons. Plus new episodes of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew and Kathy Griffin: My Life On The “D” List.
That pretty much says it all, doesn’t it? MuchMore is back in 2011 with brand new shows, brand new episodes and the entertainment you love! And it’s all coming at you THIS SUNDAY, JANUARY 9TH on MuchMore starting @ 5PM ET.
Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp PREMIERES AT 5PM ET and follows 15 musicians plucked from obscurity as they get trained by legends and try to make their dream of becoming a rockstar come true.
Following the rockers at 6PM ET is former American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino as she put her life and her career back on track from the bottom up one step at a time in Fantasia For Real.
Then things turn serious at 6:30PM ET as we explore the real stories behind the headlines of controversial celebrity deaths like Michael Jackson, Selena and Tupac Shakur in Famous Crime Scene.
You can catch Kathy Griffin and Dr. Drew at 7PM and 8PM ET with all new episodes of My Life on the “D” List and Celebrity Rehab.
And we’ve got media mogul Russell Simmons and the women who made him who he is at 9PM ET in Running Russell Simmons.
Don’t miss a second of MuchMore Sundays starting January 9th!
Posted: January 5th, 2011 | Category: Famous Crime Scene, Fantasia For Real, Gene Simmons Family Jewels, KG: My Life On The D-List, Much More Sunday, Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp, Running Russell Simmons | Comments: No Comments
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Gene Simmons. The man, the legend, the rockstar and… the dad is back with a new season of Family Jewels premiering Sunday September 26 at 9ET. But before following the family life of Kiss frontman Gene Simmons, tune in at 8ET for the premiere of Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D-List. Follow Kathy as she struggles to climb the Hollywood ladder. All the action starts September 26 at 8ET/5PT!
Posted: September 15th, 2010 | Category: Gene Simmons Family Jewels, KG: My Life On The D-List, Much More Sunday, Shows | Comments: No Comments
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Emmy-nominated Chicago native Kathy Griffin, a multi-faceted performer with a rapid-fire wit, is the star of Bravo’s “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List,” which debuted on Bravo in August 2005 to rave reviews. The second season of “Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D-List” was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Reality Program, and the third season debuts this June on Bravo.
Griffin has also performed two very successful stand-up specials for Bravo. The first in 2005 called “Kathy Griffin….Is Not Nicole Kidman” and the second in May of 2006 called “Strong Black Woman.” Kathy’s DVD stand-up special, “Allegedly” is in stores now. Kathy’s latest comedy special will debut on Bravo in June, “Kathy Griffin: Everybody Can Suck It.”
Griffin is also widely known for her four-year stint on the NBC sitcom “Suddenly Susan” as Vickie Groener, Brooke Shields’ acerbic colleague.
After moving west and joining the famed Los Angeles Groundlings comedy improvisational troupe, Griffin began building her resume with guest-starring roles on such series as “ER” and “Seinfeld” – where she created recurring character Sally Weaver.
After her various TV guest spots, Griffin began gaining notice as a stand-up comedienne and landed her own “HBO Half Hour Comedy Special.” In 1998, HBO gave Griffin her own onehour special, “A Hot Cup of Talk.”
Griffin has supplied voices for characters on the animated series “Dilbert” and “The Simpsons,” and she appeared in a dual role on the “X-Files,” as well as in Eminem’s video, “The Real Slim Shady,” which was co-directed by Dr. Dre.
Griffin has co-hosted The Billboard Music Awards three years in a row; and appeared on numerous talk shows including “Late Night with David Letterman,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Howard Stern” and “The View,” as well as having been featured in the films “It’s Pat” and “Four Rooms,” among others.
Griffin has a great passion for reality TV. She participated in, and won, “Celebrity Mole” on ABC, and then hosted the NBC reality series “Average Joe,” as well as the MTV series, “Kathy’s So-Called Reality.”