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April 23, 2014

Dreama Walker Talks 'Seven Deadly Sins'

Best known as Hazel Williams in 'Gossip Girl,' Dreama Walker's career is taking off lately. With guest spots on 'The Good Wife,' ,'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' and 'Mercy,' she's certainly primed to make those next level career steps young actresses need. In doing so, she stars in her first leading role as Harper Grace in 'Seven Deadly Sins' (Sun., May 23, 8PM ET). The TV movie takes...

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Geoff Stults on Living in 'Happy Town'

Premiering tonight on ABC is a new 'Twin Peaks' -looking drama called 'Happy Town,' where things in small town Haplin, Minn. are thrown into chaos following a gruesome string of murders. At the center of all this mess is Geoff Stults ('7th Heaven,' 'October Road'), who's taking his first lead role as town deputy Tommy Conroy. Joining him on the cast is Steven Weber ('Wings') as John Haplin, M.C....

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New TV on DVD Releases for April 26

This week's TV on DVD offerings are a bit slow, unless you're a fan of 'The Hills,' which returns with part 2 of Season 5. Other rarities making their way to disc include the first season of Garry Shandling's Showtime series, 'It's Garry Shandling's Show,' the original and remake of the BBC show 'Survivors,' the 'I Love Lucy' movie and the fourth installment in a collection of episodes from 'The...

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2010 Emmys to Air Live on West Coast

This year, the Emmys are doing it live on the West Coast. According to Broadcast & Cable, NBC has confirmed that the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmys will air live on both coasts, similar to how the Golden Globes were televised in January. The last time the Emmy Awards were broadcast in this fashion was in 1976, when ABC was in charge of the production. The telecast will air Aug. 29, from...

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Meredith Vieira Renews 'Today' Contract

Meredith Vieira is sticking with the morning shift. Although her contract was set to expire this fall, Variety is reporting that the 'Today' show co-anchor has renewed through 2011, according to internal sources at the network. NBC has yet to confirm or deny the report. Since Vieira replaced Katie Couric in 2006, she's seamlessly transitioned into one of morning news' most recognizable...

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NBC Renews 'The Sing-Off'

'The Sing-Off' has apparently hit all the right notes with NBC. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the reality singing competition has just received a second-season order after a strong performance during its four-episode run in December; 7.25 million viewers tuned in to watch Nota, a six-piece group from San Juan, take home the $100,000 prize and a recording contract with Sony Music -- not...

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Five 'Saturday Night Live' Sketches for Betty White

Now that it's looking like the demands of a Facebook group will yield Betty White hosting an upcoming episode of 'Saturday Night Live,' it's not that hard to imagine those same folks demanding (or at least politely suggesting) the sketches they'd like her to be a part of. White would've surely worked in a slew of the classic 80s sketches such as 'Church Chat' and 'Wayne's World' -- we can totally...

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Katee Sackhoff Joins ABC Crime Drama

After fielding multiple offers, Katee Sackhoff has found her next big TV role. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 'Battlestar Galactica' alum is set to star in a new ABC crime drama from Richard Hatem and Gary Fleder. As previously reported, the untitled series revolves around a detective (Sackhoff) and her disgraced male co-worker who solve crimes as they try to unravel a conspiracy...

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Amy Smart Scrubs in for CBS Medical Drama

CBS is getting smart -- Amy Smart, that is. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Smart will star in CBS' untitled medical drama from executive producer John Wells ('ER'; 'Southland'). In it, she will play a "tough nurse" who speaks her mind and is romantically involved with another character. The show follows a group of medics who travel the country to help less-fortunate people in need of...

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Kathryn Bigelow to Direct 'The Miraculous Year' for HBO

Kathryn Bigelow's followup to her award-winning film 'The Hurt Locker' will be on the small screen. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Bigelow has been tapped to direct 'The Miraculous Year,' a new drama pilot for HBO. Penned by Oscar-nominated screenwriter John Logan, the pilot surrounds a New York family "as seen through the lens of a charismatic, self-destructive Broadway composer."...

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