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What’s British on U.S. television this week?
Jamie Oliver might be a millionaire celebrity chef, but the cheeky 35-year-old Brit is also a doting family man of four children and wife Juliette Norton a.k.a. Jools. Life is rich, to say the least.
For better or for worse, the UK is great at reality TV, both at getting its citizens to mug before the camera and producing compelling global formats. And 2010 produced a bumper crop of Brits more than willing to part with a bit of ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on November 19th, 2010
Britain's top television chefs Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver were featured in the season finale of South Park on Wednesday (November 17), the BBC reports.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on November 8th, 2010
Absolutely Fabulous might just be making a return to TV, woo hoo! Oh how we've missed the alcholic-fueled melodrama of Edina "Eddie" Monsoon and Patsy Stone and their hilarious larking about.
With the ink on her divorce papers still fresh, Welsh-born author Dawn French is looking forward to moving on. The six-time BAFTA Award-nominated actress and comedian is readying the release of her first novel, A Tiny Bit ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 29th, 2010
Chef Jamie Oliver thinks most children of celebs are “little sh**s” and adds, “I think my kids are always going to be labeled as ‘Jamie’s child’ so they will need to learn to work harder than anyone ...
The Creative Arts Emmys were handed out in an untelevised ceremony this weekend. Which shows and stars from across the Atlantic snatched some gold this time around?
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on March 24th, 2010
After Jamie Oliver got his ass handed to him by a bunch of lunch ladies on his new ABC show, Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, even David Letterman is criticizing the celeb chef’s healthy eating crusade here in the U.S.
Gordon Ramsay and Nigella Lawson‘s food is too “fattening,” says a British panel of nutritionists and dietitians: “In some cases one serving contains more than an adult’s entire recommended daily limit of ...