Amy on Oprah
Amy Rezos, the Butler County woman whose husband tried to kill her three times last year, tells her story to Oprah Winfrey on national TV Friday (4 pm, Ch 9). Rezos lives in Liberty Township. Her husband is serving a 30-year jail term.
Hey, reality bites! After a reward challenge for food on "Survivor: Guatemala," BOTH teams go to Tribal Council and each votes a member out. CBS says: "In a Tribal Council first, one castaway bullies and insults a fellow tribe member despite the attempts of others to keep the peace."
So nobody from Cincinnati wanted to be Jerry Springer for a day? Imagine that! On Monday, "Jerry Springer" viewers will see the audition tapes from the five finalists for the "Be Jerry For A Day" national contest (from NYC, Chicago, Phoenix, Detroit and Tupelo). Viewers can vote for their favorites at www.jerryspringertv.com Oct. 31-Nov. 11. The winner co-hosts with Jerry on Nov. 30.
More "Minutes" for Michael Jordan
CBS promises fewer commercials on Sunday's "60 Minutes" when Michael Jordan talks about his gambling. For the first time in its 37-year history, one advertiser (Phillips) has bought all the advertising for the show -- and agreed to give up half the spots, so there will be more content. A preview of Jordan's comments are in the paper today, and posted on our website. Here's the link:
Have you noticed all the sports interviews on "60 Minutes" this fall -- so they can be promoted heavily during NFL games Sunday afternoon?