A new episode of High Society will be airing on March 24 and the CW has released two sneak peeks from the upcoming episode. MOMMY, I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU'RE HERE! Tinsley tries to dig up dirt on her ex-husband while new-on-the-scene Devorah Rose plots her rise up the social ranks. A fancy benefit turns into a farce when Dale crashes the event and demands an audience with Tinsley's date, 'The Prince.' To Read More Click Here .
A new episode of the CW's newest reality show, High Society, will be airing on March 24 and the network has released promo photos and a short synopsis. MOMMY, I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU'RE HERE!. To Read More Click Here .
In this week's episode of High Society (Wednesdays at 9:30/8:30c on the CW) Tinsley tries to dig up dirt on her ex-husband while new-on-the-scene Devorah Rose plots her rise up the social ranks. A fancy benefit turns into a farce when Dale crashes the event and demands an audience with Tinsley's date, "The Prince." Check out the two exclusive preview clips in the links below for a glimpse of the drama from Wednesday's upcoming episode, "Plus One." Clip 1 Clip 2
American Idol's first top 12 elimination helped Fox win an extremely weak Wednesday night permeated with repeats. Idol drew 20.1 million viewers and was up 5 percent over the previous week's results show among adults 18 to 49. Its lead-in, Human Target (8 million viewers), was down a bit in the demo, but remained steady with its competition. NBC took second place overall against CBS and ABC, which mostly aired repeats. Mercy (5.6 million viewers) was down in total viewers and in the demo, but Law & Order: SVU (9.5 million viewers) easily won the 10/9c timeslot. CBS' only new show, Gary Unmarried, drew 5.9 million viewers, while its repeats of The New Adventures of Old Christine (5.5 million viewers), Criminal Minds (7.7 million viewers) and CSI: NY (7.5 million viewers) were good enough for third place. ABC's season finale of Scrubs (3.4 million viewers) and a new episode of Ugly Betty (3.3 million viewers) were down 20 and 29 percent, respectively. Taking advantage of ABC's lousy repeat numbers, the CW snuck into fourth place for the night with America's Next Top Model (3.8 million viewers) and High Society (1.2 million viewers), both of which were up against last week among women 18 to 34. Source Here
Tinsley Mortimer, the star and executive producer of CW's High Society, says it's "ridiculous" for one of her co-stars to claim she was manipulated into making offensive comments about African-Americans, gays, Jews and overweight people on the show. "For her to say that it was sort of scripted and that she was fed those lines is absolutely untrue," Mortimer said, referring to castmate Jules Kirby. "On your site... you do show a video where it's clear that she's not being manipulated, that she is actually saying this stuff. And it's shocking to me." Kirby is quoted on the show saying she uses the N-word and believes it's OK, that she only likes white men, and that her friends tend not to be gay, Jewish, or fat. In the exclusive TVGuide.com video mentioned by Mortimer above, Kirby says fat people are "gross to me" and makes several other remarks that offended many viewers. To Read More Click Here .
I don't know what's up with me. I don't like reality shows, but I'm kind of interested in High Society after watching the premiere last week. I already have a strong aversion to that girl Jules. She's highly and unnecessarily dramatic. A new episode will be airing this week on March 17 and the CW has released three sneak peeks for the episode. I've also posted a few promo photos for the episode below the videos. Enjoy! HIGH SOCIETY IF YOU CAN'T SAY ANYTHING NICE... Read More
THE MIDSEASON DEBUT OF "FLY GIRLS" ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 MOVES TO 9:00 PM "HIGH SOCIETY" AIRS AT 9:30 PM The CW has moved up the ETA of the jet-setting Fly Girls by 30 minutes. The reality series will now premiere at 9:00-9:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 24, instead of the previously announced 9:30-10:00 p.m, timeslot. High Society , which was originally scheduled to air at 9:00 p.m., will now remain in its current 9:30-10:00 p.m. ET slot. Following is The CW's revised Wednesday night schedule, beginning March 24: Wednesday, March 24 8:00-9:00 p.m. " America's Next Top Model " 9:00-9:30 p.m. " Fly Girls " (Series Premiere) 9:30-10:00 p.m. " High Society " An encore performance of this lineup will air on Friday, March 26 FLY GIRLS follows five beautiful Virgin America flight attendants as they jet from one glamorous location to the next, including Las Vegas, South Beach and New York City, while pursuing good times, great parties, adventure and love. HIGH SOCIETY follows Tinsley Mortimer, New York's most talked-about "Park Avenue Princess," as she and her circle of often-controversial friends circulate through New York's most prestigious black-tie affairs, outrageous parties and fashion exclusives, with never-before-seen access from behind the velvet rope. FLY GIRLS is from Collins Avenue Productions, with executive producers Jeff Collins ("Bridezilla 3, 4 & 5, "The Exterminators") and Colin Nash (" The Hills ," " The City ") and co-executive producers Larry Bond and Porter Gale. HIGH SOCIETY is a production of Glassman Media and IMG Media, from executive producer Andrew Glassman ("Average Joe," "Three Wishes," "Momma's Boys"). The series was created by Andrew Glassman, Tinsley Mortimer and Mike Aho. Co-executive producers are Tinsley Mortimer, Grant Julian and Kathryn Takis.
One of the socialite stars of CW's High Society complained last week that she was the victim of unfair editing after the show's debut episode showed her saying she sometimes uses the N-word, only likes white guys, and tends not to have gay, fat, or Jewish friends. Now you can decide if the show's producers treated her fairly: TVGuide.com has obtained exclusive interview footage for the show, in which Jules Kirby defends using the N-word ("if a guy can say 'whore,' then you should be able to say the N-word"), says fat people are "gross to me," and explains that when joking around, "I say some pretty terrible things about certain groups of people who aren't like myself." "I'm not like exactly racist," she later adds. "And it's not like I hate gay people. It's just... I don't know." We've also obtained footage, partly featured in the second episode of the show (airing Wednesdays at 9:30/8:30c) in which she berates a hotel maid - and gets her comeuppance. In Kirby's defense: She declined to comment for this article with one of the most polite e-mails TVGuide.com has ever received. Kirby said that she did not believe her contract with the show would allow her to respond.
The CW is still making every attempt to promote its new reality series "High Society". Although the show centering on Tinsley Mortimer debuted to only 1.26 million viewers, the network would bring it back for another episode on March 17. Some sneak peeks from the episode are released. In the first clip, Jules Kirby scolds the maid in their hotel for not living up to her standard. Portrayed as a villain, the roommate of Tinsley's sister said that the show put her in the wrong shoes. "I am sorry if you were offended," she wrote on Facebook. "The show is scripted, and we are given lines and characters. My grandmother is married to a Jew ...Everything was cut and pasted to make it look like I was a stupid b---h, and I regret that they do not do a better job of saying it is a docu-soap, not a reality show." In the second and third clip, Tinsley attends various events, including the charity gala to raise fund for cancer. Paul Johnson-Calderon, friend of Tinsley, criticizes Jules for coming to the event. The episode is called "Prince Un-charming", and the synopsis from The CW goes as follow "Dabney and Alexandra throw Tinsley a 'Single's Shower' where her mother, Dale, makes things awkward. Paris Fashion Week finds Tinsley with a German prince who may not be what he seems. Jules battles with the hotel staff." Source & Clips
One of the stars of CW's new reality series High Society says she's been unfairly edited to look like the villain, but Jules Kirby's statements on the show don't exactly help her case. The socialite was quoted on Wednesday's debut episode as saying her "friends do tend not to be homosexuals, fat or Jewish people" and that "I use the N word sometimes... and I really think it should be okay to say." She's also caught saying, one night at a club, "That black girl has got to get away." Seconds later, the show's editors wittily insert another, apparently sincere comment from Kirby: "My dream is to work for the United Nations." Viewers next see her berate an employee at the hotel where she's living. The New York Post's Page Six notes that Kirby took to Facebook Thursday to complain about her edit. "I am sorry if you were offended," she said. "The show is scripted, and we are given lines and characters. My grandmother is married to a Jew ... Everything was cut and pasted to make it look like I was a stupid b---h, and I regret that they do not do a better job of saying it is a docu-soap, not a reality show." To Read More Click Here .