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November 28, 2014

'Shaq Vs.' Scores Second Season

Heads up: Shaq is coming back to ABC. Variety is reporting that the network has renewed the summer reality series 'Shaq Vs.' for a second season. Expect Shaquille O'Neal to reprise his role as challenger against a host of different professional athletes in their own sports, as well as some new competitions outside his usual realm, including competitive eating and, of all things, spelling bees....

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Flo Leaves 'The Bad Girls Club' (VIDEO)

It's inevitable that the girls who sign up to be on 'The Bad Girls Club' will rub each other the wrong way -- or, to be more accurate, yell, scratch and push. And after awhile, some may get fed up with it all and decide to leave -- as was the case with Florina 'Flo' Kaja during last night's episode. After asking Kendra to put her "pretty face in the garbage," Flo realized that her housemates ju...

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TLC Renews 'One Big Happy Family'

It's a happy day for the Cole family, stars of TLC's 'One Big Happy Family.' According to the Hollywood Reporter, the series has been picked up for a second season under a new 12-episode order. The series follows Tameka, Norris, Shayne and Amber Cole as they struggle to lose weight. At the time of the series' debut, they collectively weighed over 1400 pounds. Season 2 is expected to air this...

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'American Chopper' Canceled

Apparently, 'American Chopper' has been, well, chopped. TMZ is reporting that TLC's popular motorcycle reality series has been canceled, and will air its final episode this Thursday, Feb. 11. "The Teutuls will always be a part of the Discovery family and we congratulate them on a tremendously successful series run," a rep for the network said. The show debuted on the Discovery Channel bac...

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Syfy Saves 'Merlin'

Syfy has worked its magic to resurrect the canceled NBC series 'Merlin,' which ran last summer to little effect. According to Variety, Syfy will broadcast all 26 episodes of the series, including its un-aired second season, beginning sometime in April. The deal was sold by the U.K.-based FremantleMedia. The show follows the mythical wizard Merlin (played by Colin Morgan) and his relationship...

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HBO, 'Entourage' Team Go to Washington

HBO and Mark Wahlberg are getting into politics -- at least for a new series. Variety is reporting that Wahlberg, Doug Ellin and Stephen Levinson, the successful team behind the Emmy-winning comedy 'Entourage,' are working on a new, untitled series that follows the relationship between a political aide and his boss, the former President of the United States. The script comes from Ben Scherwi...

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'Stark Trek,' 'Fringe' Team Signs Three-Year TV Deal

20th Century Fox Television is transforming their studio this spring -- literally. Variety reports that the writing duo of Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, who penned last summer's box office smashes 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' and 'Star Trek,' have inked a three year deal with the television studio....

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NBC, TBS Pick Up New Pilots

Pilot season continues today with new pick-ups from NBC and TBS. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Peacock net has resurrected 'Outsourced,' a sitcom that was originally conceived during the 2007-08 season. The show centers around a demoted boss of a novelties company who now manages a customer service center in India. The idea stemmed from an indie movie that was written by George Wi...

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TBS Gets the 'Dirt' on David Spade

Remember 'Joe Dirt'? TBS sure as heck hopes so. According to Variety, David Spade has inked a deal to bring his 2001 comedy to the small screen -- only this time, Joe will be animated. Spade will co-write the series with Donick Carney and his 'Dirt' screenwriting partner, Fred Wolf. The trio will also serve as co-executive producers, alongside Doug Robinson. While it was generally panned ...

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Calista Flockhart Cutting Back on 'Brothers & Sisters' -- OK, Now What?

It appears that the 'Brothers & Sisters' family is getting smaller by the day. On the heels of Rob Lowe's recently announced exit, EW.com's Ausiello Files is now reporting that Calista Flockhart will see a reduction in her role next season. While the number of episodes she'll be absent from is unknown, a spokesperson for ABC said that she will remain a series regular. So what will this m...

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