Although the show’s title and premise somewhat resemble that of the long-running “America’s Next Top Model,” the winner of “Japan’s Next Beauty” will not be determined based solely on her looks or her skills on a runway, the show’s senior producer said.
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The still curiously named SyFy channel has imported a Canadian series titled Lost Girl and it is showing Mondays at 10 pm EST. Similar to the import of the first season of Sanctuary, the channel has snagged an existing quirky show that is a modest hit for its ever changing lineup.
Martinez is writing a book about his experiences, and hopes to have his own talk show some day. In the mean time, he still does a host of motivational speaking and charity work on behalf of wounded troops, who he’ll often invite to the show’s new Los Angeles set (the show, and Martinez, just moved to LA from New York). In time-honored military tradition, once they’ve finished making fun of him for acting on a soap opera, and bonding over shared experiences, Martinez explains that it might be his name and face out there, but that’s it. He’s out there for them. They inspire him. He’s been home from war for seven years, so recently returning vets are fighting for his freedom as much as anyone else’s, and he has a debt to repay.