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Examples of "lipstick_jungle"
On February 25, 2009, the future of "Lipstick Jungle" was once again put in limbo when it was announced that Lindsay Price was cast in the pilot for ABC's new drama "Eastwick". However, had "Lipstick Jungle" received an official third season pick-up from NBC, Price would have pulled out of "Eastwick" in order to fulfill her contractual obligation to "Lipstick Jungle".
Victory Ford is a lead fictional character of the NBC sitcom/drama "Lipstick Jungle", played by actress Lindsay Price. The character was created by Candace Bushnell, who published Lipstick Jungle and "Sex and the City".
Below is a table of ratings for UK digital channel Living, the network showing "Lipstick Jungle".
This article is a list of music from the NBC television series "Lipstick Jungle".
She has also appeared in supporting roles, on such TV shows as "Lipstick Jungle", "" and "Damages".
On February 24, 2008, NBC ordered six additional scripts of "Lipstick Jungle". On April 2, 2008, NBC renewed "Lipstick Jungle" for a second season when they announced their Fall 2008 lineup. The second season premiered on September 24, airing at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central on Wednesdays. One month later, NBC announced that "Lipstick Jungle" would move to Fridays at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central effective October 31, 2008.
Carol C's cover of Duran Duran's "Come Undone" was featured in an episode of NBC's "Lipstick Jungle".
Bushnell's 2005 novel, "Lipstick Jungle", was adapted for television and aired on NBC in 2008. The series "Lipstick Jungle" starred Brooke Shields in the leading role, and was canceled after 20 episodes. In 2009, she wrote articles for Meredith's "More" magazine.
He has acted in films, like shorts "Maggie Moore" and "Soledad", and has appeared in many television series, including "Six Feet Under", "Inconceivable", "Mister Sterling" and "Lipstick Jungle".
Prior to "8 More", Roche released her first EP in 2007 titled "8 Songs" which featured "Saddest Sound", a song that appeared on the television show "Lipstick Jungle".
The Details have had many television and film appearances including Degrassi, My Awkward Sexual Adventure, Lipstick Jungle, Being Human, and Zooey & Adam.
Urman has been involved in the production of numerous well known and successful television programs including: "Hope & Faith," "Gilmore Girls," "Men in Trees," "Lipstick Jungle," "90210,"
In February and March 2008, Butler appeared as Reese, the thieving assistant to a fashion designer, in the first season of the television series "Lipstick Jungle", on NBC.
Bushnell followed the best-selling work with the international bestselling novels "4 Blondes" (2001), "Trading Up" (2003), "Lipstick Jungle" (2005), "One Fifth Avenue" (2008), "The Carrie Diaries" (2010) and "Summer and the City" (2011). Two of her novels have been adapted for television: "Lipstick Jungle" (2008–09) on NBC, and "The Carrie Diaries" (since 2013) on The CW. "One Fifth Avenue" has been optioned by the Mark Gordon Company and ABC for another television show.
His first job was on the short-lived animated sitcom "Mission Hill". He has written for several other series including: "Justice League", "The Simpsons", "Hope & Faith", "Boston Legal", "Lipstick Jungle", "Eli Stone", "The Vampire Diaries", "", "My Family", and "Warehouse 13".
Rogers has frequently appeared in guest roles on television shows including on "Law & Order", "", "Friends", "Boardwalk Empire", "The Knick", "Lipstick Jungle", "Miss Match", the TV miniseries "Attila", and "Hell on Wheels".
After the writers strike ended, ABC declined to order any additional episodes of "Carpoolers". It has aired in Australia on the Seven Network in the timeslot of 11:30pm Tuesdays, first after "Eli Stone", then after "Lipstick Jungle".
Saraceno has also produced for artists including Scott Caan ("Hawaii Five-0", "Oceans 11"), Eric Balfour ("24", Haven, "Chainsaw Massacre") of Fredalba, Lindsay Price ("Beverly Hills 90210", "Lipstick Jungle") and Anthony Michael Hall ("Dead Zone").
Working in teams of two, designers were asked to make an outfit that could transition from day to night for Brooke Shields's character Wendy Healy on the television show "Lipstick Jungle". The winning design was to be worn by Brooke Shields on Season 2 of "Lipstick Jungle". Each team was given a budget of $150 and one day to complete their designs. After sketching individually for 30 minutes and pitching their ideas to Shields, six designers were picked by Brooke as team leaders (team leaders shown in bold below). The team leaders were picked in a random order and selected a teammate.
Larkin appeared in the Disney Theatrical national tour of "On the Record", and returned to Pittsburgh in May 2007 to star as Belle in "Beauty and the Beast" at the Pittsburgh Musical Theater. She was seen on television in 2008 as Pepper Gleason on "Lipstick Jungle", as well as in "The Flight of the Conchords" in 2009 and in "Elementary" in December 2012.