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Topic - Laurie Goldberg
Three people were killed Sunday after their helicopter crashed in a rural area of northern Los Angeles County, while filming for a new reality TV show for the Discovery Channel, the Associated Press reports.
A TLC network reality television show about Muslim families living in the Detroit area is ending after one season.
Home improvement chain Lowe's plans to stick by its decision to yank its ads from a reality TV show about American Muslims amid growing debate over the move.
The Alaska hair salon made famous for Sarah Palin's up-do is getting the reality show treatment in a two-part series to be aired in September on TLC.
The Palin clan is off the air for now, at least on TLC.
The show had not yet been aired or announced by Discovery, channel spokeswoman Laurie Goldberg said.
TLC spokeswoman Laurie Goldberg said Wednesday the "All-American Muslim" series won't be back.