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September 18, 2014

Dick Van Dyke Turned Down 'Dancing With the Stars'

'Dancing With the Stars' lost a trouper when Dick Van Dyke, 84, turned down an offer to appear on the show. No stranger to the old soft shoe, the star of the classic musicals 'Bye Bye Birdie,' 'Mary Poppins' and 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' said no to a stint on 'Dancing.' "I was asked to be on 'Dancing With the Stars.' And I said I could do one [episode]," Van Dyke told Inside TV. "But to do a...

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'The Bachelor': Molly and Jason's Wedding Recap

Most memorable wedding ceremony ever? After 14 seasons, a 'Bachelor' finally got married to a woman he met on the show. Jason Mesnick of 'The Bachelor 13' wed Molly Malaney on a special wedding edition of the dating reality series. In front of 300 guests -- including Mesnick's young son, Ty, as well as former 'Bachelors' and 'Bachelorettes' -- Mesnick, 33, and Malaney, 25, married Feb. 27 in...

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'The Bachelor: Women Tell All': Rozlyn Speaks Out on Her Scandal (VIDEO)

Jake who? On 'The Bachelor: Women Tell All' reunion show, the spotlight was not on the dating show's star, pilot Jake Pavelka, but on contestant Rozlyn Papa, the 28-year-old single mom who was booted from the show for an "inappropriate relatonship" with a producer. The 'Women Tell All' special brings together the season's eliminated contestants in advance of next week's 'Bachelor' finale (Mon.,...

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Billy Ray Cyrus Confirms 'Hannah Montana''s End Date

Billy Ray Cyrus has confirmed news that is sure to crush the achy breaky hearts of 'Hannah Montana' fans everywhere. "The future is we are doing 11 more episodes," Billy Ray Cyrus told Inside TV at Saturday's L.A. premiere of 'The Spy Next Door.' "Disney will have new episodes to air all the way through 2011." A Disney spokesperson said last week, "Right now, we are scheduled to wrap...

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Showtime Greenlights Series Starring Jeremy Irons

Building on the lush historical production values of the soon-to-sunset 'The Tudors,' Showtime has ordered 13 episodes of 'The Borgias,' starring Jeremy Irons. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the show, set during the Italian Renaissance in 1492, will follow the colorful Borgia crime family, with Irons on board to play its patriarch. The real Borgia was the controversial Pope Alexander...

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Bob Saget Talks 'Strange Days,' 'Entourage'

Bob Saget is coming back to a TV screen near you. In an exclusive preview of 'Bob Saget's Strange Days,' his soon-to-be-filmed TV show for A&E, Saget tells Inside TV that he will be -- among other things -- hanging out with bikers and ordering brides for men. Saget, who last starred in ABC's canceled 'Surviving Suburbia,' also hints that he will be back on an upcoming episode of HBO's...

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Jean Smart Would've "Loved to Go Back" to '24,' But Martha Logan Is Dead (Maybe)

Nominated for an Emmy as mentally unstable First Lady Martha Logan in '24,' Jean Smart says she wanted to return to the hit Fox show -- but it's now too late. "Well, it's done now, I think," Smart told Moviefone at Wednesday's premiere of 'Youth in Revolt' in Hollywood, of the possibility of returning to '24.'...

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Kim Raver Promoted to Series Regular on 'Grey's Anatomy'

Doctor Altman, we officially have a love triangle in the cardiology department. With old faces on 'Grey's Anatomy' moved on (T.R. Knight), or less visible (Katherine Heigl), a new one is staying – and sure to cause lots of fireworks, possibly between one of the show's hot hookups....

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'Saturday Night Live' January 2010 Lineup: Charles Barkley, Sigourney Weaver

'Saturday Night Live' has unveiled its first two hosts of the new year. On Jan. 16, 'Avatar' star Sigourney Weaver will take the reins, with musical guest the Ting Tings. This will be Weaver's second time hosting the comedy sketch show. As we previously announced, former NBA star Charles Barkley will host one week prior, on Jan. 9, along side musical guest Alicia Keys, who is promoting her...

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Fox Switches Wednesday Night Lineup

'American Idol' is getting its old timeslot back on Wednesdays. Starting Jan. 27, Fox will swap 'American Idol' with the midseason series 'Human Target,' with 'Target' airing at 8PM and 'Idol' moving back to its familiar timeslot at 9PM. 'Idol''s first two Wednesday night episodes of the season (airing Jan. 13 and Jan. 20) will still air at 8PM, according to Variety. ...

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