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September 1, 2014

Candace Cameron Won't Read 'Full House' Co-Star Jodie Sweetin's Memoir

Jodie Sweetin's new memoir 'Unsweetined,' which details some of the unsavory personal elements of her TV childhood background, won't have one reader among its ranks: former 'Full House' co-star Candace Cameron. When asked this week if she had read Sweetin's book, which came out in November, Cameron, who played Sweetin's older sister on the late 80s/early 90s TV show, shook her head, smiled and...

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Trista Sutter Talks to Inside TV About Staying Together With Ryan

As another 'Bachelor' contestant found love this week (when Melissa Rycroft got married) off the TV show, it was a reminder of how tough finding love on reality TV can be. The most famous example of longevity is the six-year marriage of Ryan and Trista Sutter, who met on ABC's 'The Bachelorette' in 2002. While many other reality romances have perished (with a few notable exceptions), the...

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'Las Vegas' Star Molly Sims to Return to TV?

Molly Sims may soon be making a return to TV. "I am looking to actually sign onto a pilot -- so, fingers crossed!" Sims told Inside TV at Tuesday's JCPenney "Joy of Giving" party in West Hollywood. Sims had her biggest career hit with NBC's 'Las Vegas' from 2003-08, co-starring with Josh Duhamel, James Caan and Tom Selleck. The series ran for 106 episodes....

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Samantha Harris: 'Jersey Shore' Sets a Bad Example

'Dancing With the Stars' hostess Samantha Harris is speaking out against MTV's cultish reality hit 'Jersey Shore' -- and specifically a scene in which a 21-year-old female cast member is punched by a 24-year-old man while drinking at a bar. "I have to not necessarily applaud MTV, but say I finally think they made the right choice by pulling the episode where the guy punches the girl in the...

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Watch 'Caprica' Pilot (VIDEO)

Curious about Syfy's 'Caprica,' the upcoming prequel to 'Battlestar Galactica'? Never fear: The good folks at Syfy have posted the entire extended pilot (which has been available on DVD since last April) for your viewing pleasure before the show's Jan. 22 series premiere. The unusual move signals the network's belief in the show and willingness to try new marketing methods for the proven --...

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NBC Sets March 14 Premiere Date for 'The Celebrity Apprentice'

Who will be this year's Annie Duke and Joan Rivers? Viewers won't have to wait very long to find out, as NBC just announced that 'The Celebrity Apprentice' will return for its third season on March 14. Donald Trump's all-star version of his business-minded reality competition TV show has attracted well-known actors, singers and other celebrities since it's debut back in January 2008. Last...

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EXCLUSIVE: Ray J Says He's Ready (Yeah, Right) for a Long-Term Relationship

Forever a ladies' man, Ray J has his sights set on settling down. "I do want one. I'm 28. I'm making a lot of money," Ray J told Inside TV of a long-term relationship at Tuesday's 'Decade Party' in Hollywood, honoring Famous Stars and Straps and Snoop Dogg. "There's no reason [not] to settle down and spend your time with a nice positive woman that could hold you down and help better yourself...

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EXCLUSIVE: Stephanie Pratt Says She's "Out of the Loop" Because of DUI Trial

As she deals with an impending DUI trial, 'The Hills' Stephanie Pratt is staying out of her fellow castmates' never-ending drama ... for the time being. "I am so out of the loop because of my legal issues that I have been dealing with," Pratt told Inside TV at Tuesday's 'Decade Event' party in Hollywood, honoring Travis Barker's Famous Stars and Straps 10th anniversary and Snoop Dogg's 10th...

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Peter Gammons Leaving ESPN

One of baseball's most expert commentators is leaving his home of 20 years, ESPN -- the place that made him a star. Peter Gammons, an analyst best known for his clear, spot-on commentary of Major League Baseball players and trends, announced Tuesday that he is leaving the sports network for the MLB Network this week, according to a report at ESPN.com....

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Show Killer Alert: Jerry O'Connell Joins 'Rex Is Not Your Lawyer'

Jerry O'Connell may look harmless enough. But could he be TV's newest grim reaper, aka 2010's answer to Ted "Jump the Shark" McGinley? According to the Hollywood Reporter, O'Connell has inked his name to the new NBC pilot 'Rex Is Not Your Lawyer,' opposite 'Doctor Who' actor David Tennant. O'Connell will replace 'Heroes' star Sendhil Ramamurthy, who is departing due to scheduling issues (hope...

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