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Katie Couric Getting Talk Show Offers, 'Dexter' Gets a New Showrunner and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Dec 17th 2010 11:45AM
Katie CouricIf Katie Couric decides not to re-up her CBS News contract when it expires in May, she has plenty of other options.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the former 'Today' show host is being approached by multiple syndication companies to host her own daytime talk show.

"She could get in there and command a lot of money," one syndication executive said.

In other TV news ...

'Dexter' is getting a new showrunner for its sixth season. Scott Buck will take over for Chip Johannessen, who ran the show in season 5. [Deadline]

Piers Morgan said he wants the first guest on his new show to be President Barack Obama. The British journalist will take over Larry King's old time slot on CNN starting in January. [Reuters]

ABC is developing an American adaptation of the popular Canadian show 'Being Erica.' The series, about a time-traveling therapy patient, stars Erin Karpluk and currently airs on SOAPnet in the U.S. Karpluk said she would like the new version to star a male protagonist. [TV Guide]

'Twilight' screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg has chosen her next TV project. The writer will adapt 'AKA Jessica Jones,' a Marvel comic about a superhero who quits because of post-traumatic stress disorder, for ABC. [Variety]

Former 'Melrose Place' star Amy Locane was indicted by a grand jury on manslaughter charges. The actress was involved in a fatal car accident in June. [E! Online]

Google TV is facing a setback as Fox and CBS bar their popular shows from the company. 'Glee' and 'NCIS' won't be available on the service. [THR]

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who says CBS wants her back? is this about Couric or Palin? some people just can't let it go, must be a member of the Hate Party.

December 19 2010 at 8:51 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Is it possible that CBS might just cancel the Evening News instead of replace Couric?

It is highly expected that one day, ABC, NBC and CBS will no longer have a nightly 6:30-7pm newscast. Will CBS be the 1st to move on it?

December 17 2010 at 2:36 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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