Bravo says that "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," the reality program that helped transform the network from an arts channel to a pop-culture player, will be canceled at the end of this season. "Queer Eye" regular Thom Filicia will be the host of a new show on the Style network called "Dress My Nest."
Broadband over power lines offers great promise in reaching rural parts of the state. BPL allows unprecedented last-mile connectivity, at speeds faster than DSL and prices lower than comparable broadband alternatives.
Despite the buzz surrounding Bravo's "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," FX's "Nip/Tuck" actually was cable's highest rated show this summer, according to Magna Global USA analysis of Nielsen data. "Queer Eye" would have been the top-rated show if the network didn't air so many repeats, the Magna data showed.