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HBO develops 'Enlightened' comedy

HBO is being "Enlightened" by Laura Dern and Mike White.... Read more
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Actors collar 'Terriers' roles

Michael Raymond James is set to star opposite Donal Logue in "Terriers," FX's hourlong comedy pilot from "The Shield" creator Shawn Ryan and "Ocean's Eleven" writer Ted Griffin.... Read more
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Abdul leaving 'American Idol'

Simon Cowell and the other judges on "American Idol" will not have Paula Abdul to kick around anymore. Paula Abdul announced late Monday on her official Twitter page that she will not return to 'American Idol.'... Read more
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Kara DioGuardi Returns As American Idol Judge

FOX, 19 Entertainment and FremantleMedia announced today that Grammy-nominated songwriter Kara DioGuardi will return as a judge on the ninth season of AMERICAN IDOL, premiering January 2010 on FOX.... Read more
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Tom Arnold returns to TV

Tom Arnold is giving TV another try, sealing a blind script deal with Universal Media Studios.... Read more
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Future set for 'Futurama'

The "Futurama" reboot is now on track. The recent 20th Century Fox TV-"Futurama" voice actor standoff won't have an effect on the show's timetable, insiders said over the weekend. The show's new round of episodes is still set to bow on Comedy Central in 2010.... Read more
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USA feels 'Burn,' 'Pains'

The summer's hottest cable series will be back.  Sources said that USA Network has renewed its flagship action drama "Burn Notice" and breakout freshman hit "Royal Pains."... Read more
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TNT firms cast for Spielberg pilot

Moon Bloodgood, Jessy Schram, Seychelle Gabriel and Maxim Knight have joined Noah Wyle on TNT's untitled alien invasion pilot from executive producer Steven Spielberg.... Read more
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How Emmy Met Your Mother, Family Guy

More nominees. More room for How I Met Your Mother. History for Family Guy. That's the quick read as the field—make that, the expanded field—for the Primetime Emmy Awards was announced this morning.... Read more
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Disney eyes another teen star

It's too early to compare her to Miley Cyrus or Vanessa Hudgens, but Disney Channel thinks it could have another star in the making and has given her the lead role in a new sitcom. The show is called "Good Luck Charlie" and the star is 16-year-old Bridgit Mendler.... Read more
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