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'Bethenny' Canceled After One Season

Talk show Bethenny has been canceled after a single season.   Read More...

Bethenny Frankel Moved to Tears as She Says Goodbye (For Now) to Her Talk Show (VIDEO)

It seems like only yesterday that former Real Housewives of New York star-turned-mogul Bethenny Frankel was given the green light to film her own talk show. Now, six weeks later, the SkinnyGirl empress is saying goodbye. But don’t let the limited run fool you. Bethenny, who got very teary-eyed in the middle of her farewell speech, tells her audience and viewers watching at home, “I wanted to inspire and be inspired … This show will be on the air.” Referring to the...

Camille Grammer Tells Bethenny Frankel About Her Divorce From Kelsey Grammer

On June 29, Camille Grammer opened up about her divorce from Kelsey Grammer on Bethenny Frankel’s new talk show,  Bethenny. The blonde reality star told The Real Housewives of New York alum that there are “other ways to” get a divorce besides “[putting] your wife on a reality show and then dump[ing] her while she’s on it.” Fans of the Bravo show watched as Camille found out about Kelsey’s affair while taping Season 1 of Real Housewives of...

'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Star Kandi Burruss Talks Sex on 'Bethenny'

It's another day of talking about sex for Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss. She stopped by former NYC Housewife Bethenny Frankel's new daytime talk show  Bethenny  to talk about her new sex toy line Bedroom Kandi .

Bethenny Frankel's Talk Show Premieres

Bethenny Frankel's new talk show "Bethenny" (weekdays on Fox) premiered Monday, marking a new chapter in the reality star-turned Skinnygirl Cocktails entrepreneur's career in media. The inaugural episode featured Frankel sipping cocktails with Vanessa Williams, sitting on an audience member's lap and asking comedian D.L. Hughley why "the brothers like a big ass." But most daytime TV watchers around the country probably didn't have the chance to see it, as it's currently only airing in 6 cities after it failed to attract significant syndication interest . Later in the day, Frankel stopped by " The Wendy Williams Show ," and Williams gave her the cold, hard truth about making it as a talk show host: you only have about 6 weeks to impress the network. "Either you make it and it's good, or you don't make it, and you're still a multi-millionaire," Williams quipped. "Oh, we're gonna make it," Frankel confidently replied. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and amazing moments - and delivers them right to your browser.