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Suze Orman Gets OWN Show, 'Lost' Actress Lands 'Grey's' Role and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Jan 6th 2011 3:10PM
Suze OrmanSuze Orman must've made a good impression while filming 'Ask Oprah's All Stars,' because the financial guru has just gotten her own show on the Oprah Winfrey Network.

Tentatively titled 'Money Class,' Orman will help families, couples and individuals set finance goals and task them with challeges to help them learn how to manage their money responsibly.

The new show will debut in the fall of 2011, but you can catch Orman on 'All Stars' Jan. 9, 16 and 23, and on the third episode of 'Your OWN Show,' airing Jan. 21 at 9PM ET.

In other TV news ...

TLC has picked up 'Extreme Couponing' for a full season. More than 2 million viewers tuned into the December special, which followed money-saving experts who take advantage of coupons -- one spent less than $3 for more than $600 worth of goods. [Entertainment Weekly]

'Torchwood' has landed a pair of actresses for its new season. Former 'All My Children' star Alexa Havins will be a new series regular, while 'Dollhouse' actress Dichen Lachman will guest star in the premiere. [TVLine]

'Seinfeld' star Jason Alexander is returning to TV. He'll avoid the 'Seinfeld' curse as a guest star on TNT's new legal show 'Franklin & Bash.' [TV Guide]

'Lost' vet L. Scott Caldwell is returning to ABC. The actress has booked a guest role on 'Grey's Anatomy' in the Feb. 23 episode. [TVLine]

NBC has ordered a pilot of its 'Playboy' series. Yeah, it's about that playboy -- the 1960s-set show follows women working in the New York City Playboy Club. [Deadline]

ABC is picking up another Canadian drama for the summer. 'Combat Hospital,' about a military hospital in Afghanistan, will likely be renamed when it airs -- much like last year's 'Rookie Blue,' called 'Copper' in its native land. [Deadline]

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L. Scott Caldwell = Lost's Rose Nadler

January 07 2011 at 2:31 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I'm hoping that Extreme Couponing: The Series will be more positive towards the art of couponing than the special was. They tried their best to paint couponers as either hoarders or suffering from OCD.
I'm a couponer myself, and though I will admit I get a little obsessed at times, the savings are remarkable if you know all the tricks. I would like to see them to profile people who have a lot of information to share on how to collect coupons, how to match coupons to store deals, and general couponing ethics. But I have this feeling they'll try to make this into Hoarders, Jr.

January 06 2011 at 10:02 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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