MSN TV: we've got a new look
Details about MSN's new makeover
You may have noticed a slight change to the MSN portal... ain't it sexy? If the MSN portal was a man, it would be Bradley Cooper. If it was a woman, it'd be Rihanna.
The portal looks better but, as with any relaunch, there are a few teething issues. We're working on them as I type so do please bear with us.
But business is continuing as usual. Across the site, we're committed to bringing you the best content.
Here in MSN TV, we'll let you know what's hot on the box... and what's not (sorry, Ricky Gervais - life's too short to watch further iffy episodes of Life's Too Short).
We'll bring you star interviews (if you're reading this Loose Women and Alan Carr, it was lovely to meet you) and features on all aspects of TV - from E4's forthcoming reality soap Desperate Scousewives to FX's just plain batty, American Horror Story.
If you love reality TV, we'll carry on bringing it to you; the good (X Factor, Strictly), the bad (Tamara Ecclestone: Billion $$ Girl) and the ugly (kangaroo wotsits in I'm A Celebrity).
If you want the latest soap spoilers, they're also here (Nooooooo Pat, nooooooo!).
We welcome your feedback - share your views here on this blog or follow MSN TV on Twitter (@msntvuk) and talk to me there.
And if you want a personal TV recommendation from me... you'll have to keep visiting this space and this channel.
Thanks for reading and for choosing MSN.
Your knackered, but off to interview X Factor hopefuls MSN TV editor, Coops
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