Project Runway Season 6
Project Runway season 6 started airing on Thursday, August 20, 2009. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S6E14 Finale, Part 2
The season consists of 14 episodes.
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But now all that bad stuff is history. And after last night, I think we can all agree that Project Runway chez Lifetime is the same show we’ve been obsessed with since 2004. (Though yes, the commercial breaks were packed with a greater number of birth control and tampon commercials than we ever saw on Bravo, <...> - via Entertainment Weekly [Missy Schwartz]
Project Runway, the now-seminal reality program where budding fashion designers knit and sew their way to the top, has had its fare share of obstacles (legal bouts, most precisely) in the past two years. In its sixth season, and now on a new network, Runway still qualifies as required viewing, despite the faux couture <...> - by Slant Magazine [Adam Keleman]
Ari is trying to make a garment from “weird bulbous hexagonal tessellated forms.” Tim Gunn worries that it will shape up as a “halter diaper.” For a time, it seems that, as red-carpet attire, the thing would be suitable only for Björk to wear to the Buckminster Fullies. Yet, Ari—cool, confident, <...> - by Slate [Troy Patterson]
Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, Jon Murray, Sara Rea, Heidi Klum, Jane Cha and Desiree Gruber, executive producers. Produced for Lifetime by the Weinstein Company, Miramax Films, Bunim/Murray Productions and Full Picture Productions. Ultimately “Project Runway” was permitted to move to Lifetime, and so it goes <...> - according to New York Times [Ginia Bellafonte]
Ten months ago, Project Runway ended its fifth season and promptly entered several months’ worth of legal limbo and disappeared from the airwaves for far longer than its producers intended. In the meantime, the show moved to Los Angeles and switched networks from Bravo to Lifetime, both moves that fans of the series <...> - via AV Club [Todd VanDerWerff]