Returning this summer are three shows about love and relationships: “Tough Love: Co Ed,” “VH1 Couples Therapy,” and “Hollywood Exes.” The network is also bringing back the irreverent sketch comedy show, “Stevie TV,” which puts celebrity and pop-culture squarely in its cross-hairs along with the altruistic “2013 VH1 Do Something Awards.” PREMIERES “HIT THE FLOOR” PREMIERES MONDAY, MAY 27 AT 9PM* “Hit The Floor” explores the sexy world of professional basketball and the dancers who make the fans (and players) go wild.The Los Angeles Devils are the number one team in the league.), and they've already been through so much shit that it's statistically possible no more shit will even come their way -- but it seems like they're still together and it probably won't hurt them to wait while they each work out their issues, so since they seem fine with it, I guess I am too.
Ryan Knight has to be one of the most intriguing Real World stars as he was the unsuspecting star of the season.
He had a battle with addiction, was a master manipulator, fought with roommates Sarah, Preston, and Mackenzie, and somehow was still lovable.
At the heart of “Hit The Floor” is Ahsha (Taylour Paige), a sheltered young woman who joins the team against the wishes of her mother Sloane (Kimberly Elise), who knows this treacherous, tempting world all too well having been a Devil Girl herself.
Olivia (Charlotte Ross) is the shrewd squad manager, Jelena (Logan Browning) is the ruthless, star captain who won’t let anyone else share the spotlight and Pete Davenport (Dean Cain) is the former All-Star who’s come back to coach his old team only to have to contend with the girls both stealing the spotlight and distracting his players. “Hit the Floor,” premieres Monday, May 27 at 9pm with 10 1-hour episodes.
And while it would have been nice for the to have been a little more accepting of the whole range of sexual orientation -- that is, given more play to the notion that it's okay to be bisexual -- I give a huge amount of credit to Heather for responding to Joe's hateful declaration that there must be something wrong with her because she's " what Dustin wants (though given his recent arrest for sexual battery, it does seem like his ideas about acceptable sexual behaviour in general could use some adjustment).
Whatever: they broke up, so the question is moot, but from what we saw of them on the show, they seemed to like each other okay, which is more than I can say for the bottom three couples.
All the while, the mystery surrounding the disappearance of missing Devil Girls dancer Mia threatens to blow the roof off the entire L. “Hit the Floor,” (previously known as “Bounce”) was created by James La Rosa who also serves as Executive Producer of the series along with Maggie Malina and Bryan Johnson.
VH1’s executives Jill Holmes and Jeff Olde are Executive Producers on the project.
The Real World: Las Vegas is the twenty-fifth season of MTV's reality television series The Real World, which focuses on a group of diverse strangers living together for several months in a different city each season, as cameras follow their lives and interpersonal relationships.
It is the third season to be filmed in the Mountain States region of the United States, specifically in Nevada.
Despite all that, Tyler and Catelynn impressed me with their cheerful willingness to let the process help them, and their maturity compared to the older -- sometimes older (Flav) -- patients in the group, and yes, I'm thinking of the time Joe called all the dudes in to watch Dustin's old porn clips online and Tyler alone emphatically declared that he didn't want to see and would prefer to get an impression of Dustin on his own.