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News Roundup: Heidi Klum to Host Kiddie Reality Show, 'How to Train Your Dragon' Becomes Animated Series and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 13th 2010 10:00AM
Heidi KlumHeidi Klum + kids = hilarious? That's what Lifetime hopes.

According to Deadline Hollywood, the 'Project Runway' host has been tapped to front 'Seriously Funny Kids,' a new reality series similar to 'Kids Say the Darndest Things.' The project will see Klum interacting with youngsters, hopefully to humorous results.

"I have four children under the age of six, and to be honest, sometimes I enjoy them more than adults," Klum said in a statement. "They're uncensored, unpredictable and absolutely hilarious."

In other TV news ...

Robert De Niro has sold a crime drama to CBS. The actor has teamed with crime writer Richard Price for 'Rookies,' a police drama about young officers who are sent into high-crime areas. De Niro and Price will serve as executive producers. [Live Feed]

Richard Chamberlain has been cast on ABC's 'Brothers & Sisters.' Chamberlain is set to play somebody from Saul's past who complicates things a bit. Former lover? Perhaps. [Ausiello Files]

TBS is developing a reality show based on the Funny or Die video of Jewel doing undercover karaoke. The series, 'Undercover Karaoke,' will feature celebrities in disguise performing karaoke. [Deadline Hollywood]

'Lost' star Harold Perrineau will guest star on ABC's 'The Whole Truth.' Perrineau will play a psychic who leads police to a dead body and later becomes the prime murder suspect. [Ausiello Files]

DreamWorks's blockbuster flick 'How to Train Your Dragon' will become an animated series on Cartoon Network. The series is expected to launch both in the US and internationally in 2012. [Deadline Hollywood]

Jack Black and 'Ugly Betty' star America Ferrera are lending their comedic talents to a healthcare reform campaign. Watch the video parody the two made here.

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