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April 24, 2014

Dr. Oz Talks About Moving Into 'Oprah's' Time Slot on 'The View' (VIDEO)

Dr. Mehmet Oz and 'The Dr. Oz Show' is moving into 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' time slot and the good doctor was on 'The View' (weekdays, syndicated on ABC) to talk about what that means to him and his show. Elisabeth Hasselbeck kicked things off by asking him, "Do you feel pressure moving into that time zone? ... What's your mindset?" Despite the fact that it's a mighty time slot to fill, Dr....

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Ashton Kutcher to Replace Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men'

UPDATE: The Hollywood Reporter has just confirmed that Ashton Kutcher will replace Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men.' The Hollywood trade reported that "two sources close to the deal-making (said) that the actor is putting the final touches on a deal to replace Charlie Sheen ... The exact dollar figure he will be paid is not known but a source says Kutcher is getting a 'huge payday'." ...

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NBC Cancels 'The Paul Reiser Show'

Paul Reiser's TV comeback was short-lived. NBC canceled 'The Paul Reiser Show' after only two episodes. The show -- which didn't fare well with the critics -- didn't tickle the fancy of TV viewers, and it premiered to 3.3 million viewers and a 1.1 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic, ranking as the network's lowest-rated in-season comedy bow ever, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The...

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Jim Carrey Added to 'The Office' Season Finale Job List

Is this going to be the hottest season finale since 'The Simpsons Season 6 Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1' episode? The May 19 episode of 'The Office' had all the makings of a blockbuster finale, and it's almost cinched now with the addition of Jim Carrey to the guest cast of celebrity actors vying for the Dunder Mifflin job being vacated by Michael Scott (Steve Carell). Carrey joins Will...

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HBO Cancels 'In Treatment' Sessions

Dr. Paul Weston is closing his practice: HBO has pulled the plug on 'In Treatment,' the Gabriel Byrne drama that followed the therapy sessions of a psychologist and his clients. The show lasted three seasons. Though the series was a critical success -- Byrne won a Golden Globe in 2009 and Glynn Turman and Dianne Wiest won Emmys for their performances in the first season -- it never...

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'Fringe' Gets Renewed for a Fourth Season

Fox's 'Fringe' may be on the fringe of Friday night viewing, but that hasn't stopped the network from renewing the series for a fourth season -- and with a vote-of-confidence order of 22 episodes. The sci-fi show -- from J.J. Abrams, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman -- has been pushed about from night to night by Fox; it debuted on Tuesdays, moved to Thursdays and recently was shunted to...

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Keith Olbermann Leaves MSNBC

Keith Olbermann has left MSNBC, anchoring his last 'Countdown With Keith Olbermann' on the news network Friday evening. Watch video of Olbermann's announcement below. Following his exit, MSNBC released the following statement: "MSNBC and Keith Olbermann have ended their contract. The last broadcast of Countdown with Keith Olbermann will be this evening. MSNBC thanks Keith for his integral...

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David Nelson of 'Ozzie and Harriet' Dies at 74

David Nelson, who co-starred with his parents and little brother Rick on the popular television show 'The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,' has died after battling complications of colon cancer, a family spokesman told the Associated Press. He was 74. Nelson died Tuesday at his home in the Century City area of Los Angeles. Nelson was born in New York City and moved to Los Angeles with his...

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Debbie Reynolds Jokes About Her Three Marriages on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

Debbie Reynolds has a great sense of humor about her life -- in particular her stormy marriages. On 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) she responded to the question "What was your longest marriage?" with a typical Reynolds' comeback: "About 20 seconds." "I was married three times," she said. "And then three strikes and you're out."...

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'Desperate Housewives': Our Secret Weapon in the War on Terrorism

What's the best weapon in the U.S. arsenal for fighting terrorism? Foreign aid? Military might? Propaganda? The answer: American TV shows. According to a report at the Guardian.co.uk titled "WikiLeaks cables: Jihad? Sorry, I don't want to miss 'Desperate Housewives'," satellite broadcasts of American TV shows are doing more to persuade Saudi Arabian youth to reject violent jihad than...

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