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‘This Week’ Transcript: Sen. Bernie Sanders
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' ON May 22, 2016 and it will be updated. ABC THIS WEEK UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Starting right now on THIS WEEK with George Stephanopoulos , Locked and loaded (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) DONALD TRUMP (R), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: "crooked Hillary Clinton " is the most
3 People Will Be Buried Alive in Fear-Conquering Experiment
Halloween reality show event that plays on some of our deepest fears. Three contestants are voluntarily going someplace some of us want to avoid at all cost and do it live on national TV. ABC's David Wright explains. Reporter: Buried alive. Hello. Hello. Reporter: That's the concept for a new live
'Preachers of LA' Spark Controversy with Flashy Faith
Oxygen's new reality show follows the lives of six men of the cloth on the pulpit and at home.
Child Protective Services to Check Out Falcon Heene's Family
Police have asked Child Protective Services to investigate the Colorado family of a boy who was believed to have been aboard a runaway homemade flying saucer, but was later found hiding in his family's garage. Amid mounting public suspicion that the parents of Falcon Heene, 6, intentionally
Sheriff Says Criminal Charges Likely Over Balloon Incident
Heene Collects Media Queries in Cardboard Box as Officers Prepare to Re-Question Family
CBS Plans to Expand TV.com
New material from Showtime, MGM and others will beef up the site, along with some less enticing social networking functions.
Crashes, Smashes and Splashes on 'Wipeout'
John Henson, host of "Wipeout," talks about the new outrageous reality show.
Reality Competition 'Wipeout' Gets Rolling Tonight
Nothing guarantees a laugh like watching people trip, slip and fall. At least that's what ABC is counting on with the reality competition "Wipeout", premiering tonight (8 ET/PT). In each episode, 24 people of all shapes and sizes compete for $50,000 by running a course filled with obstacles
Has Reality TV Hit Rock Bottom?
Maybe you thought reality TV hit the lowest of the low when "Fear Factor" contestants devoured cockroaches, or when gold diggers paraded their wares in hopes of marrying a millionaire, or when Tila Tequila got a second shot at "love" with 10 guys and 10 girls. Those shows look like "Masterpiece
Reality Show Gone Too Far?
controversy over the new CBS reality series kid nation. We're forty children a plunked down in the Mexico desert to create. A society of their own. All in an effort to win tens of thousands of dollars in prize money now the series is raising questions about whether a child labor laws were violated