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Jay Leno hospitalized, 'Tonight Show' canceled

"Tonight Show" host Jay Leno has been hospitalized. According to Tracy St. Pierre of NBC, Leno checked himself in to the hospital because he wasn't feeling well. St. Pierre confirmed, tonight's show taping has been canceled.... Read more
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NBC's low-rated 'Kings' moving to summer

NBC's "Kings" is on the move again, this time to summer. After originally scheduling the midseason drama on Thursday, launching it on Sunday and moving it to repeat-laden Saturday night after four low-rated episodes, the contemporary King David drama has been pulled off the schedule.... Read more
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Simon Cowell to leave American Idol's eventual sinking ship?

American Idol judge Simon Cowell says he will leave the most popular show on television if it ever slips from the top spot in the ratings.... Read more
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Will Smith teams with Sci Fi/SyFy Channel

Sci Fi Channel is teaming with Will Smith for a new crime procedural.  ... Read more
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Will Ferrell to guest on 'Man Vs. Wild'

Will Ferrell is crawling into the extreme trenches with Bear Grylls for an upcoming episode of Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild."... Read more
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History picks up 'The People Speak'

History -- a cabler not normally known for its celebrity quotient -- is rolling out the red carpet for "The People Speak," a star-driven multiplatform project from Matt Damon and Chris Moore ("Project Greenlight").... Read more
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Fox terminates 'Sarah Connor'

Just ahead of the release of the much anticipated theatrical release of Terminator: Salvation, it looks like the franchise won't live much longer on television.  Resist the urge to nuke the messenger, but multiple sources are telling me that Fox will not be renewing Terminator: The Summer Glau Sa... Read more
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TNT cancels 'Trust Me' and Showtime passes on all pilots

After taking a hard look at four pilots for possible series order over the past month, Showtime has passed on all of them.... Read more
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'Guiding Light' canceled after 72 years

The venerable CBS soap opera "Guiding Light" will go dark in September after 72 years and 16,000 episodes, the network announced Wednesday. The daytime drama's declining viewership led to the decision, according to a CBS spokeswoman.... Read more
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Project Runway lawsuit settled, season 6 coming in summer

After being orphaned for almost a year due to legal deadlock, the sixth season of Project Runway has finally found a home: on Lifetime, where it will air this summer.... Read more
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