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Rob Thomas to run ABC's Miss/Guided

by Joel Keller, posted Jun 14th 2007 11:01AM
Rob Thomas and Kristen BellLooks like Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas already has a new job. He told E!'s Kristin Veitch that he has been brought on as executive producer and show-runner for the ABC midseason comedy Miss/Guided.

Miss/Guided is a single-camera sitcom staring Judy Greer (Love Monkey). She plays a former high school nerd that comes back to her alma mater as a guidance counselor and finds that high school is still high school, even for the adults. It was created by Caroline Williams, a writer on The Office; I'm guessing Thomas is being brought on to guide this show with an experienced hand, since Williams has never run a show before.

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Veronica Mars cancelled?

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Mar 15th 2007 11:07PM
Veronica MarsThe axe has fallen. Well, sort of. The network still has to confirm it but many solid sources have told E! Online's Kristin Veitch that Veronica Mars would not be coming back for a fourth season.

The CW show has been struggling in ratings since its premiere on UPN. However, a good fan base helped get the show renewed up to a third season even though it moved around the schedule a bit. Many fans and TV critics were optimistic that the Gilmore Girls/Veronica Mars pairing would work well for both shows and bring in enough ratings. However, it seems it wasn't enough to secure a fourth season for this gem of a show featuring Kristen Bell.

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SAG screening of Weeds hints at season three spoilers

by Julia Ward, posted Nov 13th 2006 8:05PM
Weeds FinaleFollowing a recent screening of the Weeds second season finale and Q&A session for SAG members, E Online's Kristin Veitch summed up the proceedings and may have even hinted at a scoop our readers had already surmised for themselves.

While the Q&A was more about the cast reminiscing and speculating about their characters and the shooting of the second season, I would be remiss not to tell you that you follow the jump at your own peril.

The more interesting revelations of the SAG screening included (WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD):

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