Late Late Show: Beth Ostrosky was featured on the Late Late Show in July 2004. 2 months after her appearance, host Craig Kilborn quit the show in a move that shocked fans. "Craig just came to us and said that he didn't want to do it anymore," reported CBS. Life & Style: The hour-long program debuted as an alternative to The View to decent ratings, but was canceled by Sony only months after Beth's appearance in October 2004. Casino Cinema: Spike aired an instructive programming block in 2005 in which Beth Ostrosky and her co-host taught viewers how to play various gambling and card games. The show was attacked by her former FHM boss, Jake Bronstein, who quipped, "Anyone looking for proof of her skills need look no further than her show Casino Cinema on SpikeTV," adding that 'no one' knew who she was. The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch: Beth Ostrosky was featured as the main guest on CNBC's television show in 2005, which focused on 'entrepreneurial success stories' and intended to 'introduce the audience to successful men and women'. The show was later canceled. Filter: The cult classic G4 show announced 'best-selling swimsuit calendar icon Beth Ostrosky' as its new host in a 2006 press release. The focus of the show was video games. Each episode covered a different genre, such as sports or role-playing video games. Each week a new theme was chosen and viewers chose the top ten to be featured on the show. The top two games would be put in a Filter Face-off, where the winner was revealed. Shows included the top ten Final Fantasy games, worst games of all time, and all-time top-ten platformers. The show was pulled shortly after Beth Ostrosky was announced as host, and the new season never reached television. True Beauty: The reality show, which was hosted by Beth Ostrosky Stern in 2010, was famously named by Jezebel.com as "the worst TV show in broadcast history." The popular feminist website added that the show was 'stupid', 'offensive', and 'asinine'. The show's contestants were chosen based on how "ugly" they were, and women deemed the ugliest had their framed portraits placed into a trash can at the end of each episode. She's Got The Look: The TV Land series was described by The New York Times as feeling "second - or third - or 12th-hand" in quality, and offensive to women. The reality competition, which selected contestants "ages 35 and up only", was canceled after Beth Ostrosky Stern hosted 21 episodes. The Nate Berkus Show: The talk show, produced by media mogul Oprah Winfrey, featured Beth Ostrosky Stern in 2011, only months before announcing its cancellation. Mom Caves: The renovation-based reality show, which was mocked by critics, was canceled in 2012 after several episodes. "We question Beth’s judgment," commented Media Life Magazine. The program was hosted by Beth Ostrosky Stern.