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Fab Flash: The Battle Over Project Runway Continues

The drama continues: Bravo and Lifetime are still fighting over Project Runway. The Weinstein Co. has filed an appeal after a judge ruling in NBC's favor blocking the show's move from Bravo to Lifetime.

“Obviously we will be appealing and remain committed to our partners,” said the company.

As the companies battle it out, everything will remain the same and season six filming continues — with its home to be determined.

NBC Universal, who was ordered to pay a $20 million bond, and The Weinstein Co. are due back in court Oct. 15 to (finally) settle the matter. With everything up in the air, we can't but wonder if Nina Garcia and Marie Claire will still be part of the show. Hopefully, everything will be resolved before the sixth season airs.

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lizlee89 lizlee89 7 years
you guys got to understand how much money is involved in this - it's not as simple as just ending it - that being said, I really don't care what network it's on as long as it's still on - love this show!
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
this is just never going to end is it? i think that based on principle, i can understand why they would want the show to remain on bravo, but i think that at this point in the game, they should just let it go and be done with it. have NBC pay the bond, and call it a day. what do they really have to win by not allowing the move? the season's being filmed - so they are already shelling out money for production...
emalove emalove 7 years
I really don't care which station airs Project Runway, as long as it's on!!!! Love that show soooo much.
Glittersniffer Glittersniffer 7 years
Well, PR has brought Bravo a lot of money, so of course they're going to want to hang on. I just hope the show doesn't die a slow death over there, because I do enjoy it so much!
Melo-D Melo-D 7 years
Oh for crying out loud, end this stupid thing already. All this to move to LIFETIME! The station that I still don't understand how it got it's own movie station. UGH! Now, you've put the next season, sponsors, judges, and contestants in a terrible position. The Weinstein Co. should write a book on how to ruin a show.
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