In court, like in fashion, one day you’re in and the next day you’re out, and unless this is Harvey Weinstein‘s idea of an expensive April Fool’s Joke, hit reality TV show Project Runway is back in business. The lingering lawsuit that pitted Bravo parent company NBC Universal against The Weinstein Co. and has kept the show’s in-the-can sixth season off the air has been settled. “NBC Universal, The Weinstein Company and Lifetime have resolved their disputes,” notes a statement issued today by NBC Universal. “The Weinstein Company will pay NBCU for the right to move Project Runway to Lifetime.” Party at the Lifetime executive suite tonight! Project Runway premieres on the erstwhile provider of “television for women” (it’s new tagline: “My Life, My Time”) this summer, when we can finally stop getting our Tim Gunn fix from Tide commercials. Make it work, Lifetime.
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