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Fall TV Season: CW picks up reality shows 'Re-Modeled' and 'The Frame'

May 17, 2011 |  3:47 pm

Preparing for a fall schedule that focuses on original programming, the CW has picked up two more reality shows: "Re-Modeled" and "The Frame," in addition to its celebrity-vs.-fan faceoff "H8R."

Part reality competition, part "Big Brother"-style experiment, "The Frame" focuses on 10 teams that are isolated from the outside world. In groups of two, they will live in a single room (or "frame") for up to eight  weeks, under 24/7 surveillance, while facing challenges, competitions, and eliminations controlled by viewers.

"Re-Modeled" follows modeling veteran Paul Fisher as he unites small agencies around the world in a new venture called The Network that aims to change the industry by empowering small-town agents and models to take control of their careers and their lives.

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-- Melissa Maerz

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