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Jon Gosselin Interview Canceled & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Aug 10th 2009 1:00PM
Jon GosselinE! will not air its exclusive interview with 'Jon & Kate Plus 8' star Jon Gosselin, according to a network spokesperson. The interview has reportedly been canceled for reasons yet to be determined.

Also in the news today: ABC moves 'V''s premiere date, while Hilary Duff books a new ABC Family movie.

See more of today's top TV headlines after the jump.Jon GosselinJon Gosselin's interview with 'E! News' has been canceled, according to a network spokesperson. Gosselin was scheduled to appear on the program today with his alleged girlfriend, Kate Major. However, Gosselin has since backed out for reasons yet to be determined. Meanwhile, Major's interview will still air as planned. Perhaps Kate Gosselin's 'Today' show apperance had something to do with it. [E!]

VABC has moved the premiere of 'V' from midseason to this November. The new series, starring Scott Wolf and 'Lost''s Elizabeth Mitchell, will now premiere Tue., Nov. 3 at 8PM, replacing 'Shark Tank' after its first season ends. [Live Feed]


Hilary DuffHilary Duff is set to star in the new ABC Family movie 'The Business of Falling in Love.' Based on Daniella Brodsky''s book 'Diary of a Working Girl,' Duff will play an undercover fashion reporter who enters the business world to write an article about dating men in suits. Duff will also appear on 'Gossip Girl' later this season. [Hollywood Reporter]

Gossip GirlToday, the CW will launch its clever new on-air ad campaign for 'Gossip Girl''s upcoming third season, premiering Sept. 14 at 9PM. The new ads will read "WTF!," with WTF standing for "Watch This Fall." OMG. [Hollywood Reporter]



Shawn Ryan'The Shield''s Shawn Ryan is headed to Fox. The network has ordered a pilot of Ryan's new series 'Ridealong,' a Chicago-based cop drama that revolves around three different groups of police officers. No word yet on when viewers will be able to hitch a ride. [Variety]


Mike VogelActor Mike Vogel is joining the cast of 'Miami Trauma,' a new CBS medical drama about a team of Miami surgeons. Vogel will play a talented and egotistical surgeon, taking over a role originated by Richard Coyle in the pilot. [Hollywood Reporter]

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