We TV is all set to air a show which is parallel to the extremely popular ABC’s “The Bachelor”. The new show named “Match Made in Heaven” features Shawn Bullard , an extremely dashing , masculine 33 year old black business mogul from Philly. The show premiers on Feb 4th. This show with a black bachelor comes in after a lot of controversy revolving around the show “The Bachelor” never having a Black man as its lead.The show promises to keep the audience hooked as Bullard chooses his bride rom 24 young women.
The show also features a pastor; Ken Johnson has its host and is believed to help Bullard find his soulmate. The turn essential turn of events is expected to happen when the mother of Mr. Bullard comes in the show to advise him. As opposed to giving a rose to each contestant, he would send a text to the selected candidates each week. All the 24 women are housed in a huge mansion with unlimited alcohol which is sure to bring in a lot of drama bounding to accelerate the viewership and the show’s rating. In spite of a lot of criticism from his circle of friends, Bullard is hopeful in finding his woman of dreams from the show.
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The jockey of the widely followed show, “slow jams” in Kiss 104.1 , Charles Mitchell has been removed and the company is in search of a replacement. He has been hosting the show or about 7 years, he was changed as a policy of rearrangement of staff. Before working with Kiss , he was with Kidd in Miami . In a recent statement he said that he did not harbour any ill will and is in the lookout for new work. He was hugely popular for his positive outlook or life and vibrancy.
The fifth season of the popular horror drama “The Walking Dead” came to an end with viewership scaling to an enormous 15.8 Million. The last episode had roped in Norman Reeds in a guest role, which added to the existing frenzy over the season coming to an end. The AMC President, Charlie Collier described this as a rare and remarkable achievement. The show got popular with its gory bloodshed and unforgiving killing pursuits. It is based on “The Walking Dead” comic book series written by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard. Season five is also considered as the one that closely followed its source.