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Republicans Hate 'Jersey Shore,' Love 'The Bachelor'

by Chris Harnick, posted Dec 6th 2011 2:30PM
Democrat, Republican TV StudySnooki's poof apparently doesn't work its magic on Republicans.

A new study by Experian-Simmons found conservative-leaning viewers tend to favor reality programming like 'Dancing With the Stars,' 'The Bachelor,' 'The Biggest Loser,' 'MythBusters,' but one exception to that trend was 'Jersey Shore.' Also among GOP favorites is the History Channel's block of programming: 'Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy,' 'American Pickers,' and 'Swamp People.'

Two other popular liberal shows, 'Glee' and 'Modern Family,' topped the conservative list last year, but are no longer two of the favorite shows among Republican viewers, according to EW. They did, however, still rank high with those on the more liberal end of the political spectrum.

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History Renews Larry the Cable Guy Series, Kristen Wiig Retires Gilly, Penelope From 'SNL' and More TV News

by Chris Harnick, posted May 3rd 2011 4:45PM
Larry the Cable GuyHistory has reportedly given Larry the Cable Guy the go ahead to git-r-done on a new season of 'Only in America.'

According to Entertainment Weekly, 'Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy' will return for a season 2 after 2.5 million viewers tuned in for the first season.

The series follows Larry as he travels across the country searching for unique places, people and things.

Larry previewed the new series
with our on Maggie Furlong earlier this year.

In other TV news ...

Kristen Wiig has retired two 'Saturday Night Live' characters, Gilly and Penelope. The 'SNL' actress said in a recent interview that she won't bring them back, even if Lorne Michaels personally requests them. [TIME]

'Jersey Shore' creator SallyAnn Salsano is bringing 'Love Handles' to Lifetime. The series will feature overweight couples who are working to lose weight in order to salvage their relationships and improve lives. [Hollywood Reporter]

Emily Mortimer is in talks to join Aaron Sorkin's HBO drama pilot. Mortimer is in talks to play MacKenzie, executive producer of the program Jeff Daniels' character anchors. Marisa Tomei was previously in negotiations for the role. [Deadline]

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