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Rags to Riches

In a controversial Showtime documentary, Reversal of Fortune cameras follow Ted Rodrigue, a 45-year-old who has been periodically homeless for the last 20 years.

Designing Man

Interior designer Thom Filicia is going through major separation anxiety. That's what happens when you've finished shooting one groundbreaking reality series and started another, the Style Network's "Dress My Nest."

J.Lo's Queer Eye Guy

Interior designers, like doctors and lawyers, know that a client's confidentiality is inviolable.  For instance, just try to get Thom Filicia to offer up some scoop on his work for Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony.

HG Q/A: Thom Filicia

THE STAR OF "QUEER EYE" AND THE NEW REALITY-DESIGN SHOW "DRESS MY NEST" TALKS ABOUT HOW TELEVISION AND THE INTERNET HAS CHANGED THE RULES OF DESIGNING

Breaking News

THOM FILICIA MAKES FASHION SENSE OF HOME DECORATING ON THE STYLE NETWORK’S NEW TV REALITY SERIES— ''DRESS MY NEST''

ABC Family is set to crown "America's Prom Queen."

The cable network is launching a reality competition show that will feature several high school girls moving into a mansion and undergoing a series of challenges that will "test their prom queen mettle."

ABC Family greenlights 'Prom'

ABC Family will pin a corsage on "America's Prom Queen," greenlighting the six-episode skein targeted for next spring.  One-hour, to be produced by PB&J Television, centers on 10 high school seniors from around the country.

Meet the contestants from “America's Prom Queen!”

America's Prom Queen contestant Katelyn from Yorba Linda, California. America's Prom Queen premieres on ABC Family on March 17, 2008.

TV Tonight: Miss America: Reality Check

When TLC got the rights to air Miss America, it wanted to reinvigorate the tired pageant. And it's starting tonight, with a reality show whipping this year's 52 contestants into shape

Lifetime falls for 'Blonde Charity Mafia'

Lifetime has given a six-episode order to docu series "Blonde Charity Mafia," which will chronicle the lives of three twentysomething D.C. socialites who are prominent on the Beltway fund-raiser scene.