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TV Guide Network aka VH1?

August 6, 2007 by  

This struck me as odd.  In a press release today, TV Guide Network announced that it got the rights to air re-runs of past seasons of “Celebrity Fit Club”.  As part of the statement it noted that the TV Guide Network also bought the rights to run repeats of “The Surreal Life,” “My Fair Brady,” “Flavor of Love,” “Strange Love,” “I Love New York” and “The Surreal Life: Fame Games.” So with all the re-runs airing, someone please tell me why I should watch the TV Guide Network and not VH1?  Bizarre.

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5 Responses to “TV Guide Network aka VH1?”

  1. TV Guide Network aka VH1? — All This Nonsense on August 6th, 2007 1:22 pm

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  2. Billiam on August 6th, 2007 2:17 pm

    Wow, all those shows are pure garbage.
    And seriously, does anyone watch the TV Guide channel? Personally, I hardly ever watch TV out of simple boredom, where I would be wondering what is on. And I get the TV schedule from the internet.

  3. Becky B on August 6th, 2007 6:05 pm

    I guess if you really wanted to see reruns of past seasons of this show, TV Guide Network would be the place to watch. To my knowledge, VH1 doesn’t play reruns very often.

    I personally really enjoy some of TV Guide’s Original programming, including the talk shows and Look Alike. It’s kind of like a mix between TLC and E!. TV Guide Channel isn’t quite appointment tv for me, but with the reruns it just might start to be. Don’t hate it before you watch it. Their shows are surprisingly addicting. And I always watch their Behind-the-scenes of TV shows (they have several).

  4. Michael Anthony on August 10th, 2007 6:34 pm

    I work at TV Guide Network, and it ROCKS! Check out the original programming. You’ll LOVE it! 🙂

  5. Capt. Roger S. on January 27th, 2008 11:20 pm

    I agree wholeheartedly with your post. In Broadcasting, in genenral, you are taught the “3-B’s” … BE funny, BE informative, or BE quiet. If TVGNtwk were to follow these rules, you would hear complete silence…that’s exactly why when I turn to it to see what’s on, since in my area it’s the only one and since tvg publications are incorrect for this area, I totally mute the sound and listen to CD’s while I see what’s on. You’ll notice, too, that in order to get on the network as AirStaff, you only need to have failed on another show(s), lost total respect of your agent, lost total respect for yourself and are willing to do anything to get in the Public eye. It’s sad and it’s hard not to feel embarrassed for some of them.