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October 2, 2014

History Channel Nabs Larry the Cable Guy

The History Channel is bringing back Larry the Cable Guy to cable television -- this time, in a reality format. The Hollywood Reporter confirms that the program's working title is 'Only In America With Larry the Cable Guy' and will feature the comedian touring the United States, immersing himself in different lifestyles and occupations that promise to "celebrate the American experience."...

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'How I Met Your Mother' Creators Ink Deal With Fox

Although we're still awaiting crucial plot details on the popular CBS series 'How I Met Your Mother,' that hasn't stopped show creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas from thinking about their next move. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the duo has inked a large deal with 20th Century Fox TV to produce a new untitled comedy series, set to hit the marketplace sometime this week. What will...

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Jay Leno Goes to Washington

Jay Leno is on a roll. Following NBC's announcement yesterday that he's getting his 'Tonight Show' gig back, USA Today has confirmed that Leno will also host the annual White House Correspondents Dinner on May 1. According to the Washington Post, the deal was reportedly wrapped well before the network's late-night war began. This will be Leno's fourth time hosting the event, which aims to...

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Jay Leno Rips NBC Some More (VIDEO)

Citing a recent study by UCLA, Jay Leno told his audience on 'The Jay Leno Show' that it's been well-documented that "blaming others in the work place is socially contagious." He of course was referencing his employer or possibly Conan O'Brien (who knows?), but then proceeded to continue with the finger-pointing by suggesting that they could fill the 10PMtime slot with repeats of the Golden...

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Julia Ormond Talks 'The Wronged Man' and 'Nurse Jackie'

British actress Julia Ormond has been quite active on the silver screen lately, appearing in 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,' 'Kit Kittredge: An American Girl' and the 2009 thriller 'Surveillance.' And she's slated for a three-episode stint on the upcoming second season of Showtime's 'Nurse Jackie.' But before that, she'll appear on the Lifetime Movie Network this Sunday (Jan. 17 at 8PM...

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HBO Orders Follow-Up to 'When the Levees Broke,' Sets 'Treme' Premiere Date

HBO has announced that Spike Lee's Peabody Award winning documentary 'When the Levees Broke: A Requiem In Four Acts' will be getting the follow-up treatment. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the documentary is set to start shooting today, with Lee taking his eye on New Orleans and the Katrina aftermath five years later. Lee's original series won accolades for its compelling depiction of New...

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Not Just 'Friends' Anymore: Ranking the Cast's Post-Show Careers

Could it be a better day for fans of 'Friends'? According to the Hollywood Reporter, ABC has greenlit the new comedy series 'Mr. Sunshine,' starring Chandler Bing himself, Matthew Perry. The single-camera show was conceived and written by Perry, alongside Alex Barnow and Marc Firek, who together worked on shows like ''Til Death' and 'Family Guy.' The show centers around a 40-year-old San...

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Fox Announces Open Casting Call For 'Glee'

Still upset that you're not on the up-and-coming season of 'American Idol'? Good news: Fox's other flagship show involving singing, 'Glee,' will begin a nationwide search to find the three newest Gleeks to add to the mix. While it's too late to get into the back nine episodes (those are currently in production now) should you have the right stuff, you'll be featured in the upcoming second...

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Do You Love New 'Big Love' Opening Credits?

Fans of 'Big Love' were greeted last night with an unexpected change: the usual opening sequence in which Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton) skates around with his three wives to the tune of the Beach Boys' 'God Only Knows' was replaced with a much darker opening sequence. In the new opening, which is similar to the season 4 teaser trailer below, we're greeted with Bill falling towards the camera,...

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Roberta Learns Life Lessons on 'The Cleveland Show' (VIDEO)

The theory goes like this: people who are deemed good looking can skate through life compared to those that are considered unattractive. Such was the case presented to 'The Cleveland Show's Roberta last night. After her teacher poses this question to her, Roberta is offered a choice to raise her grade from a C to an A. That choice involves donning a fat suit, in the hopes of getting the same...

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