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Nerds, divers and adventurous do-gooders are coming your way. The world of reality TV never stops changing. Keep up!

The Anna Nicole Show:
Lifetime is producing a movie about the late Playboy Playmate turned reality TV star. “The Anna Nicole Story” will star Agnes Bruckner (“Private Practice”) as E!’s first reality star Smith and Martin Landau (“Frankenweenie”) as her late husband J. Howard Marshall. It will be directed by Mary Harron (“American Psycho”) and start production in the next few weeks.

The Bachelor:
The most recent “Bachelor” to find “love” on TV has now found heartbreak. After nine months, Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson have called it off. Is nothing sacred anymore? Hopefully the new “Bachelor” Sean Lowe will fare better and last at least 10 months with the love of his TV life.

While Ben and Courtney didn’t last offscreen, season 13’s Jason and Molly seem to be making a go of it. You might remember that Courtney wasn’t Jason’s first choice though. Current “DWTS” contestant Melissa Rycroft was, but Jason backed out of that engagement on TV and turned to his runner-up. Anyway, it all worked out for Ben and Courtney as they married in 2010 and are now expecting their first baby.

Celebrity Apprentice:
The next season of “Celebrity Apprentice” will be an All-Star edition. Those confirmed to return to Donald Trump’s boardroom will include past winners Piers Morgan, Joan Rivers, John Rich and Arsenio Hall. Not as contestants though, but as advisors. Word is, fellow winner Brett Michaels will also be back, but not as an advisor. So, that just leaves him returning as a contestant. Right? Tune in to find out.

Celebrity Splash:
First there was “Dancing with the Stars,” then “Skating with the Stars” and now there’s “Celebrity Splash.” Based on the Netherlands series, ABC will feature stars performing difficult dives after receiving weeks of training courtesy of professional diving instructors. No word yet on who will take the challenge, but who would you like to see on the high dive?

The Changers:

Instead of drunken sexcapades or cutthroat competitions, “The Changers” will highlight the conflicts and successes of those trying to help strangers in desperate times. Not only do they help change someone else’s life, but more often than not, their own as well. The world premiere will air on GMC TV on October 17 and will feature Scott, who is opposed to marriage, receiving the surprise task of helping plan a wedding for Jessica, who has breast cancer. Meet Scott in the video below.