Stylista alum quits Elle, burns bridges

Johanna Cox, the CW reality show contestant who won a gig at Elle magazine, recently announced that she quit Elle and moved back to D.C. Cox, a Brown alumni who earned a Master’s from Georgetown in 2006, beat out 11 aspiring Stylista editors for the Elle job in 2008. In addition to securing a year […]

GUTV to film an all-freshman reality show

In what we can only assume will be can’t-miss television, GUTV plans to film a reality show about freshmen. “Our reality show will follow five or six incoming freshmen through their first year at Georgetown—from budding relationships, roommate problems, to finding a place for themselves in an entirely new environment.” co-producer Alison Doyle (SFS ’13) […]

Darnall! The Sitcom, Episode 2: Attack of the Freshmen

Remember when the first Lord of the Rings came out, and the end made you wonder why Peter Jackson would be so cruel as to make you wait a whole freaking year before you could see The Two Towers? I know we’ve all been sharing in that achy, anticipating feeling for the past two months, […]

The Real World DC Power Rankings: Week Twelve

1) Erika (previously #2) The majority of the episode was devoted to Erika’s long, overdramatic, and incredibly irritating struggle over whether or not to stay in the house, but I wouldn’t have given her the top spot if it weren’t for her actual decision: in the end, she left! The housemates were openly happy about […]

Darnall: The Sitcom reviewed: Worse than living in Darnall? Watching it

“Well, at least we don’t live in Darnall.” It’s the mantra of every Harbin resident with a leaky ceiling, every New South-er with a filthy public shower, and every Village C kid with a toilet-hating gunman on the loose. But talk to anyone who actually lives in that hellhole, and they’ll tell you the sense […]

Georgetown Cupcake reality show, Cupcake Sisters, starts filming

Update 12:19 p.m.: Commenters are right—Vox took a walk down to Georgetown Cupcake and there are camera crews there already. But Vox thinks it may be a stretch to call this a reality show the same caliber as, say, Real World—owners Kallinis and LaMontagne are being asked to repeat their conversations several times before the […]

Georgetown Cupcake is getting its own reality TV show

Bake and Wired may be gaining grassroots support in the Ward 2 cupcake wars, but so what? Sisters Katherine Kallinis and Sophie LaMontagne, who started Georgetown Cupcake just about two years ago, are getting their own reality TV series. Local blog DC Fab! says that the show “will be an educational, how-to show that will […]

Georgetown-centric Blonde Charity Mafia may not air

The Real World D.C.‘s first airdate, December 30, is close at hand—and here’s hoping RWDC has plenty of glam shots of Georgetown, because for now, it looks like that’s it for Georgetown reality show junkies looking to get their fill of “Hey, I’ve been there!” moments. Blonde Charity Mafia, a reality show about the Late Night Shots […]

The Real World DC promises drama and doe-eyed reverence for the Capitol Building

Real World cast members The Real World DC doesn’t premier for another month, but if this this trailer that MTV released is any indication, the eight cohabitating strangers who moved into a house in Dupont Circle in August spawned plenty of he-said, she-likes, he-slept-with drama amongst themselves. (See: “There’s just something about Callie” and “It’s about […]

Georgetown student Jed Feiman (COL ’12) on Wheel of Fortune tonight

This week marks Wheel of Fortune’s College Week, where the show “gives contestants the chance to pay off those pesky student loans!” and one of Georgetown’s own will be participating in tonight’s show. Jed Feiman (COL ’12) will be competing against students from Tufts and the University of Maryland.  In his interview posted on the […]

Vox‘s fall TV premier round-up

Every fall, the TV-viewing population receives an onslaught of both new television pilots and old, returning shows attempting to revitalize their reputations. So far, this pilot season has had its own share of decent new shows, not-so-decent new shows, and versions 2.0 of a few older ones. Here are some notable mentions: America’s Next Top […]