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Audrina Patridge Leaving 'The Hills' & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Sep 1st 2009 12:30PM
Audrina Patridge The HillsAudrina Patridge runs from 'The Hills,' The Daytime Emmys dips to an all-time low, Fred Armisen books a guest spot on 'Parks and Recreation' and more of today's top TV headlines.
Audrina Patridge The HillsAudrina Patridge is leaving 'The Hills.' Patridge will part ways with the hit MTV reality series to pursue a number of different projects, including her own reality show with 'Survivor''s Mark Burnett. "It feels like I'm graduating," she said at a press junket for the movie 'Sorority Row,' in which she co-stars. "I'm taking the next step and growing up and maturing and moving on in my life." Only in Hollywood does "growing up and maturing and moving on" mean getting your own reality show. [US Mag]

Daytime EmmysThe Daytime Emmys has dipped to a new low. Sunday night's telecast averaged just 2.3 million viewers on the CW, down 50 percent from last year's ceremony, which aired on ABC. This marks the telecast's worst performance in its 36-year history. [Live Feed]

Fred Armisen Parks and RecreationFred Armisen has booked an episode of 'Parks and Recreation,' starring fellow 'SNL' alum Amy Poehler. Armisen will play a Venezuelan employee whose affluent colleagues have trouble understanding why Pawnee's parks department is so bland. No word yet on when the episode will air. [Ausiello Files]

Michael J Fox Teen WolfMTV is moving forward with a pilot based on the 1985 movie 'Teen Wolf,' starring Michael J. Fox (pictured) as a teenager who suddenly discovers he is a werewolf. The pilot, written by 'Criminal Minds'' Jeff Davis, will reportedly be "very different" from the movie, focusing more on werewolf mythology and a new romantic plotline. So does this mean there will be a She Wolf? [Hollywood Reporter]

Paula AbdulPaula Abdul recently opened up about her exit from 'American Idol.' In a new interview with TV Guide Magazine, Paula insists her decision to leave the show was never just about the money, and she will continue to watch it when she can. In the meantime, Paula has high hopes for the future with a now recurring role on Lifetime's 'Drop Dead Diva.' She's also expressed interest in her own talk show, although nothing has been confirmed. [TV Guide Magazine]

Josh SchwartzABC has picked up a new legal pilot from executive producer Josh Schwartz ('Chuck'; 'Gossip Girl'). 'Chuck''s Ali Adler will write the script, about a female attorney whose experience in divorce and family law convinces her not to get married. The pilot is reportedly based on a real-life attorney who lives in Los Angeles. [Variety]

Davey HolmesFox is in session with 'In Treatment' scribe Davey Holmes, who will pen a new drama pilot entitled 'Worthy.' Inspired by real-life politicians like Eliot Spitzer and Rod Blagojevich, 'Worthy' will profile an Arizona politician who gets blackmailed by a Mob boss following his involvement in a hit-and-run accident. Hopefully, he remembered to erase his tapes. [Hollywood Reporter]

The Real L Word Los AngelesShowtime has picked up nine episodes of 'The Real L Word: Los Angeles,' a new reality series based on the popular cable series 'The L Word.' The reality spinoff will reportedly profile the daily life of six lesbians in Los Angeles, with a premiere date tentatively scheduled for sometime next year. [Variety]


CBS has greenlit a new multi-camera comedy series from 'Will & Grace''s Gail Lerner. The ensemble comedy series -- currently titled 'Open Books' -- will follow June, a book editor, and her group of friends. [Hollywood Reporter]

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