In case you missed it, on Wednesday, Jersey Shore star, Mike and his brother Marc, both surrendered to authorities on charges of tax fraud. The state of New Jersey claims that Mike did not pay his full tax bill on $8.9 million in earnings. In fact, prosecutors claim he intentionally filed fraudulent returns in order to make it appear he was square with the IRS.
His brother, Marc, was charged with conspiracy to commit tax fraud. Which c0uld have been a sign of the pleas to come, because Mike is claiming it is all his brother’s fault.
TLC has hit the ratings jackpot yet again with My Five Wives and they are repaying the reality shows loyal viewers with a new 10-part season premiering this October.
The show documents the trials and tribulations of the progressive polygamist family of Brady Williams, his five wives and 24 children and according to the press release, “offers an honest and intimate view into the joys and challenges of living this controversial lifestyle in modern-day Utah.”
This season is also promising some changes to the family dynamic, including some members leaving the nest and perhaps even some new additions.
It has been a rough 2014 for Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino. His return to reality TV tanked — I mean, did anyone watch? He got arrested for brawling with this brother outside of his tanning salon. Yep, the same tanning salon where he later bounced paychecks.
And now the state that made him famous wants to throw him behind bars.
We told you this was going to happen — on Monday, VH1 announced that a second season of their hit reality show Dating Naked is a go. Not really a surprise to anyone, the show has been a ratings juggernaut, averaging almost 1 million viewers.
Now, with this latest announcement from VH1, and with their renewal of their other summer hit, Candidly Nicole, it begs the question — are they please going to end the train wreck that is LeAnn and Eddie with an official cancellation?
Well, color me shocked! True Tori is coming back for a second season. Forget about that very public affair of Dean McDermott that was tabloid fodder for months as he and his wife Tori Spelling prepped for their latest reality series. Pretend like the world didn’t watch as they went to therapy about said infidelity. Let’s not even get started on Tori’s subsequent hospitalization for stress. No big deal! Apparently, it’s all about living life on camera no matter what. Why am I so surprised? After all, I blog about people just like them (lovers of attention, every last one!) almost every single day.
Still, after a very raw and awkward first season, I couldn’t believe that Tori and Dean would put their young family back in the spotlight. I guess I should look for themes. This season will totally be “the rebuilding.” Am I right?
TLC’s latest polygamist show, My Five Wives promised to bring an “honest, fresh look at this very controversial lifestyle,” when it premiered last summer. But what they failed to mention was that the show would follow star, Brady Williams, not just in his relationships with his wives: Paulie, Robyn, Rosemary, Nonie, and Rhonda along with their 24 children. But also as he went head-first into debt.
Earlier this year, Brady took the drastic step to file for bankruptcy claiming to only have a little over $3.00 in his savings account, but having over $400,000 in debt. But now a judge has smiled down on him and wiped away three-quarters of his debt.
VH1 renewed Candidly Nicole for a second season! Based on Nicole Richie‘s hilarious Twitter feed, Candidly Nicole follows Nicole as she tackles every day life situations and shares her views on style, relationships, work, and more.
The concept is simple – but Nicole‘s lovely personality and witty sense of humor make for a great show. Candidly Nicole is a refreshing change of pace from the housewives drama, hip hop drama, couples drama, etc. Bring on season two!