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September 2, 2014

TV Replay: 'DWTS' Back Talk, 'Tara's' Tornado and More

Erin and Maks couldn't win Len Goodman over with their dancing stunts on 'Dancing With the Stars.' A tornado brought out the alters on 'United States of Tara.' Chelsea Handler and Loni Love talked about a man's love affair with a dolphin on 'Chelsea Lately.' Tim Urban talked 'Idol' and sings an Elvis tune on the 'Late Show.' Jackie didn't take well to being threatened on 'Nurse...

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Jerry Bruckheimer Teams With ABC For New Reality Series

Jerry Bruckheimer and Bert van Munster, producers of Emmy-winning 'Amazing Race,' have just struck a deal to create a new series with ABC. The show is being teased as a "heart-stopping reality competition." According to The Wrap, the new reality series is tentatively called 'Catch Me,' and is set to contain several of the action elements that made 'Amazing Race' a hit. Producers are reportedly...

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What's on TV's Top 5, April 26

Parents got upset over "Processed Food Friday's on the season finale of 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.' Bill Hader has trouble keeping a straight face on 'Saturday Night Live.' Paula Abdul presents the cast of 'Glee' with a TV Land award. The lady killer on 'Desperate Housewives' attacked his No. 1 lady -- his mom. Jealousy struck Tracy on 'Jerseylicious.' Donald Trump didn't fire...

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'Southland' Returning for Third Season on TNT

NBC's loss is turning out to be TNT's gain. According to a network press release, TNT Has renewed the critically acclaimed drama 'Southland' for a 10-episode third season. "'Southland' is a challenging, visceral show that engages viewers with its immersive style, provocative storylines and complex characters," said Michael Wright, executive vice president, head of programming, for TNT, TBS...

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'Rock of Love' Star Bret Michaels in Critical Condition

'Rock of Love' and 'Celebrity Apprentice' star Bret Michaels is reportedly in critical condition after suffering a "massive subarachnoid hemorrhage," PEOPLE is reporting. "After several CAT scans, MRIs and an angiogram, [doctors] decided to keep Michaels in the ICU and are running several tests to determine the cause. [It] will be touch and go for the next few days while he is under intense...

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It's Viva Las Vegas for Daytime Emmys on CBS

The Daytime Emmys are heading back to CBS in style -- Las Vegas-style that is. Last year, the Daytime Emmys were dominated by ABC and PBS, which combined for 33 awards. NBC picked up four Emmys, half the amount earned by Nickelodeon and only one more than the Food Network. The 37th annual awards show will broadcast in prime time on Sun., Jun. 27, starting at 9PM ET. For more information...

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ABC to Re-Air 'Lost' Pilot

ABC is ready to give 'Lost' one final flashback. As reported by The Wrap, the pilot repeat adds to an already 'Lost'-packed week at ABC between May 17-23. The penultimate episode of the show premieres on May 18, the pilot re-airs on May 22, and on May 23, the finale night kicks off with a two-hour recap of the entire series, followed by the two-hour finale and then a special 'Jimmy Kimmel Live:...

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'Top Gear' Racing to America

Vroom, vroom. That sound you hear? It's American audiences getting ready for the arrival of 'Top Gear.' That's right, the popular British show about all-things automotive, is headed across the pond to the History channel. According to the Hollywood Reporter, History is teaming with BBC World Productions for at least 10 episodes this fall. The show will be hosted by 'Rescue Me' co-star Adam...

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'Parenthood,' 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Get New Seasons

Never underestimate the power of family -- or that of a cranky man. NBC has renewed 'Parenthood' for a second season following a surprising ratings performance on a crowded Tuesday night, opposite such heavyweights as CBS' 'The Good Wife.' Meanwhile, HBO and star Larry David also announced today that 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' will be back for an eighth season. 'Parenthood' follows three...

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Stewart, Colbert Sign With Comedy Central Through 2012

Comedy Central's dynamic duo, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, have inked new contracts to remain on the network through 2012. According to the New York Times, the deal will keep them on the air through 'Indecision 2012,' or, in other words, the 2012 Presidential election. Doug Herzog, president of MTV networks, referred to the funnymen as the Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris of Comedy Central....

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