A Swedish reality TV show that features 10 Americans competing in various cultural events is entering its fourth season and casting officials say something is missing. They want someone from the Fargo area.
A young woman who grew up in Stillwater was just the “Biggest Loser” on national television Tuesday night. Twenty-four-year-old Rachel Frederickson went from 260 pounds to 105 pounds, for a total loss of 155 pounds since late June. That’s almost 60 percent of her body weight.
The four-legged TV star of Animal Planet’s “Growing Up Wolf” – who called Minnesota her home – has died, according to the Wildlife Science Center. Rosalyn was born in 1998 at the center in Columbus, Minn., rose up through the ranks, and ended up leading her pack and raising pups of her own
The biggest names in duck hunting are visiting two Twin Cities Christian schools to not only kick off the duck hunting season, but to assist with annual fundraisers. Southwest Christian High School of Chaska and Chapel Hill Academy of Chanhassen will host Si and Al Robertson, the uncle-nephew duo from the uber-popular A&E reality TV show “Duck Dynasty” at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 6.
A Minnesota family says their loved ones’ treatment on national television led her to take her own life.
Is The Simon Cowell creation the tops in this 16 team region?
Jason DeRusha and Good Question had the unique opportunity to look behind the scenes on a Hollywood set. So, what’s their goal? To answer a viewer’s question: How many episodes and how much work goes into putting a TV show on the air?