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CBS Cancels '$#*! My Dad Says,' 'Mad Love,' 'The Defenders'

by Jean Bentley, posted May 15th 2011 4:15PM
My Dad Says, William ShatnerWhile Fox, ABC and NBC made much of their programming decisions last week, today brings the first scheduling news for CBS.

The network will not go forward with second seasons for the freshmen series '$#*! My Dad Says,' 'The Defenders' and 'Mad Love,' Deadline reports. The fates of CBS's other first-year shows, 'Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior,' 'Mike & Molly,' 'Hawaii Five-0' and 'Blue Bloods' are still officially unknown, though the 'Criminal Minds' spinoff is the only one still in danger of cancellation.

Fox, ABC and NBC made much more drastic adjustments to their schedules, canceling most of their bubble shows. CBS still hasn't officially decided on 'CSI: NY' or 'Rules of Engagement,' but things seem to be looking up for the two veteran series. Of course, that could change at any moment until the official announcements are made.

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EXCLUSIVE: Camille Grammer Previews Her '$#*! My Dad Says' Appearance (VIDEO)

by Kelly Woo, posted Feb 16th 2011 3:00PM
Camille Grammer, Bleep My Dad SaysOnce upon a time, before she was one of the 'Real Housewives' and before she famously splitting with husband Kelsey Grammer, Camille Grammer was an aspiring actress.

Now, she's jumping into that world again -- for a little while at least -- starting with a guest-starring role on '$#*! My Dad Says' Thursday, Feb. 17, at 8:30PM ET on CBS. And in this exclusive video, she told us that shooting the role was an "incredible" experience.

"My character Camille is a basically a parody on myself, obviously, from 'Housewives of Beverly Hills,'" she said. "Just making fun of it, you know, making fun of all the quirky things I do and say."

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'$#*! My Dad Says' Premiere Review: Don't Do That to the Shat

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 23rd 2010 12:30PM
You know what's funny about William Shatner?

William Shatner being William Shatner.

The Shat uttering contrived sitcom lines, which is what happens on '$#*! My Dad Says' (8:30PM ET Thursday, CBS), doesn't make him funny.

Shatner tries hard to fit himself within the narrow confines of this brittle sitcom, but the entire enterprise ends up working against the enjoyably goofy, spontaneous aspects of his personality.

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