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November 24, 2014

'Millionaire Matchmaker' Patti Stanger Is Back for Season 3

Back for season 3 of her Bravo reality show, 'Millionaire Matchmaker,' Patti Stanger promises 12 action-packed episodes featuring appearances by Jason "Gummi Bear" Davis, season 2 scourge Shauna Raisch and the increased inclusion of gay and lesbian clients. Oh yeah, and Stanger just got engaged herself and recently published a book, 'Become Your Own Matchmaker.' With the show set to start...

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CBS Greenlights 'Hawaii Five-O' Remake

CBS has officially booked a remake of 'Hawaii Five-O.' According to the Hollywood Reporter, the network has greenlit an updated version of the crime procedural, which originally ran on the Eye network from 1968-1980. Writers Alex Kurtzman (credits include both 'Transformers' movies, as well as Fox's 'Fringe') and Roberto Orci ('Eagle Eye,' 'The Proposal,' 'Fringe') will team with 'CSI: NY'...

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Katee Sackhoff Talks '24,' 'Battlestar' and Strong Heroines

It was the week before Christmas, and '24' actress Katee Sackhoff was at her parents' home in rural Oregon, taking care of two sick dogs and doing press interviews. About to turn 30 in April, she didn't come off at all as someone whose career was undergoing a high-profile transition. In mid-January, she was to return to the set of Fox's clock-ticking drama to finish out her first season as CTU...

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'NCIS: L.A.,' 'The Good Wife,' 'Men of a Certain Age' Renewed

It was graduation day for a number of hourlong dramas. TNT announced Thursday that it has renewed the Ray Romano drama 'Men of a Certain Age' for a second season. Meanwhile, CBS made a slightly more obvious decision, picking up the strongly rated 'NCIS: Los Angeles' and 'The Good Wife' for second campaigns, according to the Ausiello Files. 'NCIS: Los Angeles' and 'The Good Wife' rank at the...

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AMC Sets March 21 Season Premiere for 'Breaking Bad'

The third season of AMC's 'Breaking Bad' is set to premiere Sunday, March 21, the cable network announced Monday. Star Bryan Cranston, a back-to-back Emmy drama-actor winner for his lead role as meth-dealing teacher Walter White, directs the season-premiere episode, titled 'No Mas.'...

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'HIMYM' Creators Talk About 100 Episodes

They managed to take a traditional multi-camera comedy all the way to episode 100, an epic feat in the modern television landscape. So what special century-mark plan did 'How I Met Your Mother' creators and executive producers Craig Thomas and Carter Bays come up with? Maybe Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) will finally meet the mother of his children? (Not really, but he gets closer.) Will Barney...

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'Life Unexpected,' 'Top Model 14' Highlight CW Midseason Sked

The 14th cycle of 'America's Next Top Model' and a new Monday night block built around freshman drama 'Life Unexpected' highlight a CW midseason schedule that was announced Friday. The struggling, young-female-targeted network will start changing things around on Monday, Jan. 18, with 'One Tree Hill' returning with original episodes in the 8 p.m. spot, followed by 'Life Unexpected' at 9 p.m....

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Bruckheimer Drama 'Miami Medical' Highlights CBS Spring Schedule

CBS announced a mid-season schedule Thursday, which was highlighted by the introduction of Jerry Bruckheimer hospital drama 'Miami Medical' and the return of David Spade comedy 'Rules of Engagement.'...

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'Whale Wars' Boat, the Ady Gil, Apparently Sunk by Japanese Vessel

If Wednesday's near-fatal clash between Japanese whalers and activists from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is any indicator, the upcoming third season of Animal Planet's 'Whale Wars' is going to be a doozy. Six members of Sea Shepherd, the organization featured regularly on the Animal Planet show, were rescued in the Antarctic after their boat, the Ady Gil, was rammed and severely...

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Sharon Stone to Guest on 'Law & Order: SVU'

Sharon Stone is set for a guest arc on NBC's 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,' playing the part of a former cop turned prosecutor. According to the Ausiello Files, Stone will appear in four episodes of the Emmy-winning procedural, beginning sometime in April. As of now, no further details have been revealed. Though better known for her work on the big screen, Stone has played a number...

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