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The Big Bang Theory Grabs Five Critics’ Choice Nods

The nominations for the 4th annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards were announced yesterday. And it looks like The Big Bang Theory has not lost any steam after seven seasons. The popular CBS comedy earned five nominations. We’re clearly in an age where cable television programs are starting to take over. The sitcom’s competition for Best Comedy Series includes all shows …

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‘Chelsea Lately’ Ends its Run in August

Chelsea Handler, 39, is calling it quits. E! Network has confirmed the late-night show will end its run in August. Handler, 39, will wrap Chelsea Lately‘s seven-year run with a live, hour-long episode on August 26. “I myself am more surprised than anyone that I was able to hold down a job for seven years, and it was a fantastic …

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CBS’ New Shows For Fall Include Plenty Of Drama And A Comedy

CBS’ new shows were revealed earlier this week and there’s a little something for everyone. The fall schedule does appear to be heavily geared towards drama fans, but comedy fans have stuff to look forward to as well. First up is most likely the most anticipated new fall show from CBS – Madam Secretary. The new drama casts Tea Leoni …

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Téa Leoni Nabs Lead Role In CBS’ ‘Madam Secretary’

Téa Leoni last graced us with her presence on film in 2011’s Tower Heist. After a bit of a hiatus, she’ll be back on television later this year courtesy of CBS. The Orlando Sentinel reports that Leoni has nabbed the lead role in CBS’ upcoming Madam Secretary. The series will have Leoni portraying a college professor who suddenly becomes the …

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Cancelled TV Shows 2014: The List Continues To Grow

The television network channels ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and The CW have been cleaning house. Not only have they released the names of the shows that will be renewed, they have also been adding to a growing list of cancellations due to poor ratings. Below is a a list of the television shows that have been axed from the networks. …

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Cancelled TV Shows 2014: List Grows

The cancelled TV shows 2014 list is has grown over the past few days with several seemingly popular shows not making the cut for a new season. Forbes has actually compiled a new list that features not only those shows cancelled, but those renewed and new to TV as well. Let’s concentrate on those cancelled TV shows for which 2014 …

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Lara Logan May Be Replaced On 60 Minutes

Lara Logan tarnished her integrity as a journalist and the 60 Minutes brand last year when she ran a piece on the Benghazi attack that was mostly made up of fabrications. She herself didn’t lie, but rather she made the mistake of using a source without first verifying its integrity. It was a rookie mistake and one that may cost …

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Tony Awards 2014: Nominees Announced

The nominees for the 2014 Tony Awards were announced Tuesday morning by Jonathan Groff and Lucy Liu, with A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder and Hedwig and the Angry Itch receiving the most nods. Hugh Jackman, who is set to host the awards ceremony which will be broadcast live on June 8 on CBS, made an appearance alongside Liu …

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Chelsea Handler: Moving to Netflix or CBS?

Comedian and television host Chelsea Handler has been starring in her own half-hour, late-night comedy series on E! since 2007. Chelsea Lately, averaging more than half a million viewers since its premiere, has been a big success. But now there is talk that the 39-year old may be heading to Netflix after her contract with E! ends Fall 2014. “Handler …

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Bob Barker to Appear on “The Bold and the Beautiful”

Bob Barker is known as the former television host of the popular game show The Price is Right. The 90-year-old is also known as an animal activist who ended every show with his trademark sendoff, “Help control the pet population. Have your pet spayed or neutered.” But did you know that Barker also appeared on the daytime soap The Bold …

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Courteney Cox to David Letterman: No ‘Friends’ Reunion

Courteney Cox recently told David Letterman that a Friends reunion show is “not gonna happen.” Cox appeared on The Late Show Monday night and Letterman asked the inevitable question: will there be a Friends reunion? Cox said she can’t even get the six former cast members together for dinner due to conflicting schedules and the fact that they all live …

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Aereo TV Service Threatened by Supreme Court Case

In a case which alludes to the 1984 Betamax case, the pseudo-TV service Aereo is being threatened by a lawsuit from major cable companies. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will start hearing arguments from both sides. Two years ago, Aereo was brought to New York City. The concept of the company was simple, yet brilliant. Utilizing thousands of tiny, thumbnail-sized …

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