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Ratings: Mixed Messages

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So VH1 premiered 4 shows last week and the numbers are all over the place. 2 of them are absolutely done for, 1 is showing some potential and then there’s Candidly Nicole which at the moment can go either way but probably isn’t on the good side of being saved. VH1 almost wishes Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta could do a little better (not that hitting a season high last night is disappointing) so it could shield the carnage from these flops.

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True Blood Season 7 Episode 5 Recap

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Kinda feeling weird about doing this recap tonight. Going to try to make it through it though and hopefully this isn’t a boring episode.

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Bad Girls Club: Chicago Episode 10 Recap

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I’m not trying to be a conspiracy theorist or anything but you know Oxygen must not care for this season very much when you see we’re 10 episodes in and they have not done the 2 week break thing yet. Sucks because I really need one next week and it doesn’t look like that will happen.

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Ratings: Crawling in Catfish

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MTV really loves Catfish: The TV Show. They aired the finale, an aftershow and some other kind of special last week. They also renewed the show for a fourth season too. In other news, Oxygen picked up that show with Hoopz and her sisters. They are also changing their logo and network tagline beginning in October (A photo of the new logo and tagline is in the link. IMO it’s basic as hell along with their continued failed strategy to keep targeting young women with all of their shows. I’m not sure I see their new shows doing all that much better than the shows they have put on the last several years).

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True Blood Season 7 Episode 4 Recap

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Despite the last 5 minutes of last week’s episode we had a filler episode. To be honest the first 3 episodes have been regurgitated filler with a couple of “shocking twists” thrown in. If it makes any sense at all, I don’t think this show is really going anywhere. It’s as if the writers want us to believe that everyone is going to die and that will be the resolution.

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