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Charlie Sheen Lawsuit to Go Forward in Arbitration, New 'Torchwood' Season Gets U.S. Premiere Date and More TV News

by Jean Bentley, posted Mar 23rd 2011 6:30PM
Charlie SheenDespite Charlie Sheen's best attempts, the star's lawsuit against CBS will go forward in arbitration.

Sheen had filed an injunction to get the dispute settled in court, but according to Entertainment Weekly, a judge ruled that the case can continue in private arbitration as his contract with Warner Bros. stipulates, saving us from a very public court battle.

Instead, we'll just have to rely on inside sources and Sheen's frequent rants to inform us of the progress.

In other TV news ...

Want more Zach Galifianakis on your TV screen? You're in luck: the comedian has signed a deal with HBO and has also co-written a new show for the network. [Deadline]

'Torchwood: Miracle Day' has gotten its U.S. premiere date. The fourth season of the British series will debut on Starz Fri., July 8. [TV Line]

The 'Modern Family' cast is about to get intimate with James Lipton. The six adult leads will all appear on Bravo's 'Inside the Actor's Studio' in an episode that will tape May 16. [EW]

Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain have pulled out of The CW's 'Secret Circle' pilot. The two producers stepped down after 'The Vampire Diaries' mastermind Kevin Smith was called in to help with the production. There's no bad blood. [Deadline]

Actress Emily Meade's new role is a tad more ... law-abiding. The 'Boardwalk Empire' prostitute will now play an FBI agent on 'Fringe.' [TV Line]

Cartoon Network continues to churn out quality content. The network announced today that it will premiere 13 new animated shows this year, including a block of DC animation properties, as well as 19 returning shows and a live-action comedy. [Deadline]

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