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Gilmore Girls is done; series finale to air May 15

by Joel Keller, posted May 3rd 2007 2:59PM
Lauren Graham and Alexis BledelTV Squad HQ just received a missive from Warner Brothers and The CW. It's a joint statement that says that Gilmore Girls will air its series finale on May 15th (A representative for Warner Brothers confirmed the note).

Yes, you heard me: series finale. After seven seasons, it looks like both the studio and the network have decided to pull the plug and end the show. There were rumors floating around that co-star Alexis Bledel was not going to sign a new contract for an 8th season, and the show couldn't really continue without her. Given the middling quality of the episodes this year, especially in the extremely rocky first half of the season, this seems like the right time to end the show, though it now seems like we're in a rush to the finish line to try to tie up all the show's loose ends.

So, this means we have two episodes left. Do you think Rory will get married to Logan? Will Lorelai and Luke take that boat trip that Luke was going to go on with his daughter April? And do you folks think the show needed more time to resolve these storylines? Let me know in the comments. The joint statement is after the jump.

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Talk Talk: William Shatner, Edward Norton, Simon Cowell, Daryl Hannah, Ben Lee

by Bob Sassone, posted May 15th 2006 5:14PM
  • William ShatnerCharlie Rose: Edward Norton, with guest host Elvis Mitchell
  • The Daily Show: Howard Dean
  • The Colbert Report: Kevin Philliips
  • The Late Show With David Letterman: William Shatner and Angels & Airwaves
  • Jay Leno: Headlines, Simon Cowell, and T-Bone Burnett
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Katherine Heigl, Ben Lee, James Pickens, Jr., and Chandra Wilson
  • Late Night With Conan O'Brien: Alan Alda and Billy Joel (repeat)
  • The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson: Daryl Hannah and Sara Ramirez
  • Last Call With Carson Daly: Milla Jovavich, Supergrass, and Joe Firstman

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What's on tonight: President Bush, 24, Grey's Anatomy, Old Christine

by Bob Sassone, posted May 15th 2006 4:31PM
  • Prison BreakPresident Bush speaks at 8 on all the major networks.
  • ABC has the second part of the Grey's Anatomy season finale.
  • On NBC after the speech: Deal Or No Deal and The Apprentice.
  • On CBS after the speech: King of Queens, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men, Old Christine, and CSI: Miami.
  • After the speech on FOX: Prison Break and 24.
  • The WB has a repeat 7th Heaven at 8, followed by a new Everwood.
  • UPN has new eps of One On One, All Of Us, and two new eps of Half & Half.
  • TLC has two episodes of the new show Take Home Chef at 8.
  • If you missed the West Wing finale last night, you can catch it on Bravo at 8.
  • At 9, USA has a new WWE Monday Night RAW.
  • At 10, Spike has a new Pros vs. Joes.

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What will the networks do Monday for President Bush's speech?

by Bob Sassone, posted May 13th 2006 1:21PM
Deal Or No DealPresident Bush has asked the networks for some time on Monday night at 8pm for his immigration speech, so the networks are going to have to change things around a bit.

  • NBC will shorten Deal Or No Deal to 90 minutes.
  • FOX will show all of Prison Break and 24 after Bush's speech.

ABC (Oprah's Legend's Ball special and the Grey's Anatomy season finale) and CBS (comedy lineup and CSI: Miami) won't announce their plans until Monday.

[via TV Tattle]

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