Lipstick Jungle Officially Over?

It appears the NBC show is officially over. Two of the stars of Lipstick Jungle have landed pilots. Both Lindsay Price and Kim Raver are taking their talents to the Alphabet network. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Price has been cast in Eastwick, a TV version of the popular film The Witches of Eastwick, while Raver has signed on for Inside the Box.

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Marcil Mourns Loss of Reality Show Contestant

General Hospital and Lipstick Jungle star Vanessa Marcil spoke out toTV's Matt Mitovich about the sudden passing of Todd Homme, one of the contestants on her Lifetime reality competition Blush: The Search for the Next Great Make-up Artist. Homme, who was 23, died Dec. 13 in his home of yet-to-be-determined causes, Mitovich reports.

Marcil shared she was "totally floored" by Homme's death.

The interesting thing is that I, for some reason, had this huge connection with Todd — which of course now is really sad. But something about him was just really kind and beautiful and open."

Our thoughts are with Marcil, as well as Homme's family and friends.

Cancelled, Cancelled Read All About It!

This fall season has brought a lot of woes, and tears to some.  Some cries of anger from others and in some cases of a collective "Wait..... what?"  We now find ourselves at the critical half way point and some shows have left the canvas already, others are on their way out the door.  Just about everyone is about to go on hiatus through the holidays, then we have the midseasons coming in. 

After the jump we'll take a look at a list of what shows will be falling by the wayside in the not too distant future.

Why “Lipstick” Proved Wrong Shade For NBC

What do you get when you take fabulous women, living glamorous lives, set in The Big Apple, based on a phenomenon with origins in the writings of Candace Bushnell? Not a Sex and the City-esque hit for network television apparently.
NBC has cancelled Lipstick Jungle, one of two Sex clones that premiered pre-Strike, as well as Christian Slater's My Own Worst Enemy. Based on the novel by the same name from Bushnell, Lipstick Jungle was one of the most heavily promoted shows in recent television history and was touted as the heiress apparent to HBO's smash hit Sex and the City, also based on Bushnell's prose. 
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Live+7 Benefits Struggling and Strong

The Live Feed is reporting that the DVR Live+7 used by primetime TV has helped a slew of TV shows achieve marked gains in ratings. Life, Lipstick Jungle, Heroes, 90210, Grey's Anatomy, Dirty Sexy Money, Private Practice, Smallville, Prison Break, Boston Legal, Terminator and Chuck all had viewership gains of 17 - 36%.

No wonder several of these smaller shows have been picked up by their networks. What I don't understand is why the ratings for daytime soaps, which require an even larger commitment to watch, aren't calculated on Live+7? Imagine the percentage of viewership increases the soaps could have if their ratings were calculated with Live+7?

Visit The Live Feed to find out how much your favorite show's ratings increased with Live+7.