Let's hope her Project Runway contract didn't include taping this for a very special "Whatever happened to . . ." episode: Laura Bennett, one of last season's four finalists, has given birth to her sixth child, whose conception she found out about during the competition and then announced to the world, including on-camera to her uncomfortable-looking mother. A boy named Finn arrived Friday in New York City to Bennett and her husband, Peter Shelton, who runs a design firm, Bravo's Bonita Lynch told the Associated Press.
Growth is 'Criminal'
Not surprising: The fastest-growing drama on TV has been given the plum post-Super Bowl XLI time slot on Feb. 4. Surprising: It is CBS's Criminal Minds. Who would have thought? Not the people on CBS's The Unit, but we're sure a bunch of pent-up resentment will surface later. "In just a couple of months, Criminal Minds has gone from our unsung hero to a Top 10 series," CBS Entertainment chief Nina Tassler said Monday in a Washington Post report. Last season, Criminal Minds averaged just under 14-million viewers. This season, opposite ABC's Lost, it has averaged nearly 17-million, siphoning away disillusioned Losties, and beating Lost in their last two head-to-head broadcasts.