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HGTV's 'My Lottery Dream Home' Season 5 premiere wins record ratings
By Todd Northrop The Season 5 premiere of HGTV's My Lottery Dream Home just scored the series' best Nielsen numbers ever, hauling in 3.3 million total viewers and a 0.85 rating among adults 25-54. You could say Host David Bromstad has hit the jackpot. Episode 501 of My Lottery Dream Home, which premiered on Friday, Sept. 21 from 9-9:30 p.m., was the No. 3 cable show in the time slot in the all-important demographic. The evening ended up being HGTV's highest-rated Friday night in the
Sep 26, 2018, 8:12 pm - Lottery News

5 greatest movies featuring a lottery win
Be honest: every time you play the lottery, the same fantasy runs through your head, of you sitting in a bath full of champagne, wearing a top hat and monocle, and throwing wads of cash into the air gleefully. Before you've even left the shop, you've spent half the money that you're almost definitely destined to win, no matter what the actual odds. Feeding this fantasy is the many, many movies that have involved lottery wins, and the results for the winners. They are invariably everyman chara
Oct 9, 2013, 2:15 pm - Lottery News

'Lottery Ticket' cast tries luck at Scratchers
Ice Cube ages himself to play a grandfather in the new comedy, Lottery Ticket. It's about a young man with a winning ticket who hits it big, and then what happens because of it. But Cube as a grandpa? Really? You know, I wanted to play somebody outside the box, outside of what I've been doing for years, Ice Cube says. Bow Wow, who plays the lead, hopes Lottery Ticket is his ticket to movie superstardom. I'm just on a roll, Bow Wow says. I just want to be the next Will Smith. Th
Aug 13, 2010, 9:00 am - Lottery News

Writer accuses agent of stealing 'Lottery Ticket' movie
Ice Cube's new movie Lottery Ticket doesn't come out for another week, but there's already a legal fight over the flick from a screenwriter who claims his agent ripped off his idea and gave it to another one of his clients. The man filing the lawsuit is Tom Huang, who once wrote an episode of The Mullets back in 2003. According to legal documents, Huang claims he came up with an idea for a movie back in 2004, wrote a treatment for it. He later talked it over with his agent Brad Kaplan.
Aug 13, 2010, 8:29 am - Lottery News

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