Ever since he starred in the reality television series Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica with ex-wife Jessica Simpson, Nick Lachey has become a fixture on various TV projects, and has found just as much success in his TV career as he did in his recording gigs. While many of his peers and contemporaries now only appear in the limelight occasionally, Nick is one of the few who have found success in different entertainment ventures beyond recording and performing music.
For Nick Lachey fans, it was a welcome development indeed when VH1 announced early this year that he would be joining the morning talk show Big Morning Buzz Live. TV hosting is nothing new to Nick, of course. His previous hosting gigs include The Winner Is and Taking The Stage. Nick seems to be very comfortable with hosting and interacting with participants and audience members, and this is likely because of his many years of singing and dancing in front of thousands.
Of course, fans also know all about Nick’s forays into scripted television series. He became a recurring character in the popular series Charmed. Nick also had appearances in programs such as Hope and Faith, I’m With Her, Overhaulin’, Twins, and Hawaii Five-O. He also appeared as himself in the youth drama One Tree Hill. On the big screen, Nick played a Vietnam War soldier in 2005′s Bewitched, which starred Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman.
Nick never really strayed too far from his reality TV roots. His big wedding with Vanessa Lachey in 2011 was turned into a reality TV special, Nick and Vanessa’s Dream Wedding. In 2012′s Stars and Stripes, Nick competed with other celebrities, including Dean Cain, Laila Ali, Terry Crews, and Todd Palin in various military training exercises.
Recently, cable network A&E announced that it has picked up a reality TV series which will feature Nick and his brother Drew as they start a business. To be titled Lachey’s Bar, the series will follow Nick and Drew to their hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio where they will put up a bar and attempt to succeed without any previous business experience. The first season of ten half-hour episodes is scheduled to premiere on A&E next year.
The great thing about technology these days is that true-blue fans of Nick Lachey, just like you, have access to his many TV appearances and guestings through on-demand and online providers. If you are a Charter Cable subscriber, you can get a list of Nick’s programs that are available on-demand, or the schedules for upcoming shows. You can also get the contact information of Charter Cable customer service from this site to find out more about how to use the service.
Of course, you also have the option of looking for the DVDs in retail stores. You are still likely to find the full season of Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica in video stores. If your local retailer no longer carries it, online retailers would also very likely have that DVD collection in stock, along with other titles.
As for Nick Lachey’s upcoming A&E reality series, check your local listings for the premiere slated for 2015. In the meantime, you can still catch Nick weekday mornings on Big Morning Buzz Live on VH1.