Hello Gosselin Fans! For the past few weeks I have been posting every other day because I have been way to busy at home and things were a little bit slower in the land of Gosselin. But the Season Finale was SO HUGE, such a shocker, that there has been so much info coming out! Its hard to keep track of all that is being sent to me. Being on the cutting edge (lol) of all things Gosselin, I must report as much as I can while its Dinner/Homework/Baths/Bed. I am also still trying to keep up with American Idol as well, but my husband hates to watch it. So paying for this DVR service is now worth it! Speaking of, I hope you like this cute photo!
Jon & Kate On Access Hollywood...Who Believes Body Language Experts?
Well some do and some don't. I guess you need to watch this and make up your own opinion about whether you feel Mark Stevens comments were accurate. Are you like me, and feel that sometimes you too could have body language with your partner/spouse like that and it not mean anything more than your just tired and cranky?? HMMM Thank you Kelly!
Will There Be A Season 5? We DO Have A One Hour Special To Look Forward To!
Well on yesterdays post it was revealed that they have already apparently done several episodes already for season 5. Emeril Lagasse spilled the beans a few weeks even before the finale aired that he was doing a cooking show with Jon & Kate. Well now Entertainmentweekly.com (via the Hollywood Insider) spilled the beans that they do have several shows in the can and that a "Going Green" Special featuring Jon & Kate will be airing April 19th.
"For now, TLC won't officially say whether a fifth season is in the cards, though it's certainly something the network wants. "Jon and Kate are part of the TLC family and we obviously want them to be happy," says a TLC spokeswoman. "The top priority is to let them have some quality time together." She added that production can -- and will -- accommodate the family's schedule. The prospect of losing the hit program couldn't come at a worse time for TLC, especially since the March 23 finale of Jon & Kate Plus 8 was the show's highest-rated episode ever among overall viewers (4.6 million), persons 25-54 (2.3 million), and women 18-49 (2.1 million). Eager to monetize the show's stellar ratings, TLC would no doubt love to go into its New York upfront presentation for advertisers April 2 with the news that it'll bow a fifth season of Jon & Kate as early as this June -- that is, unless something changes with the family."
Entertainment Weekly Review For Jon & Kate Season Finale And The New Table For 12
Entertainment Weekly's Jon & Kate Articles normally give me a headache when I read them because of the ridiculous comments that usually come after them. However I was particularly interested in the one HERE simply because it summed up EXACTLY how I felt about the series Table For 12:
"What made Jon & Kate so fascinating in its first season was simply the stuff of organization -- the how-they-feed/clothe/organize-the-kids stuff. Table for 12 did little to establish the children's personalities last night. But parents Eric and Betty Hayes seem like very nice people, and the show handled the presentation of four-year-old Rebecca, who has cerebral palsy, with restraint, not exploitive sentiment. The episodes were, overall, edited in a rather dull way."
Will this show keep us entertained until the maybe-maybe not season 5 of Jon & Kate Plus 8? I guess we will have to wait and see.