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Lost in Space Star Bob May Dies at 69

Bob May

Bob May, best known as The Robot on the 1960s television series Lost in Space, has died. He was 69.

May passed away Sunday of congestive heart failure at a Lancaster, Calif., hospital, his daughter, Deborah May, said.

A veteran actor and stuntman, May was the grandson of vaudeville comedian Chic Johnson, who recruited a 2-year-old May to appear in his comedy revue Hellzapoppin.

After following in his grandfather's vaudeville footsteps, May eventually broke out in numerous television series, including ...
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Anne Heche Expecting Second Son

Anne Heche and James Tupper

Anne Heche is thinking blue again.

The actress is expecting a baby boy with her boyfriend, James Tupper, Us Weekly reports.

The baby will be ...
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Trio Joins CBS' The Karenskys

Mather Zickel and Annie Potts

The Karenskys are complete.

Mather Zickel, Annie Potts and Jack Thompson have joined the cast of the upcoming CBS sitcom, The Karenskys, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

Centering around ...
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Scott Bakula Leaps into Chuck

Scott Bakula

Cue the daddy issues!

Our favorite geek (one of them at least), Chuck Bartowski, is finally getting a dad.

Quantum Leap star Scott Bakula is slated to join Chuck as our protagonist's estranged father for a three-episode arc, creator Josh Schwartz tells EW's Ausiello.

"Chuck made a promise to ...
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Mad Men Creator Matthew Weiner Inks New Deal

Matthew Weiner

The offices of Sterling Cooper will remain open for another two years at least — with Matthew Weiner.

After months of protracted negotiations, Mad Men mastermind Weiner has closed a two-year, seven-figure deal with Lionsgate TV to continue working on the AMC series, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

"Since the beginning, the show has been a ...
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Broadway Producers File Grievance Against Jeremy Piven

Jeremy Piven

The producers of Broadway's Speed-the-Plow filed a grievance Friday afternoon against Jeremy Piven, who abruptly left the show in December due to mercury poisoning.

The complaint was filed with the Actors' Equity union over Piven's departure, The New York Times reports. A date for the proceedings has yet to be determined, Jeffrey Richards, one of the show's producers, says in a statement.

It is unclear if producers are seeking financial compensation.

Citing an unnamed source close to the situation, the Times reports that producers want Actors' Equity to ...
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Patrick Swayze Released from Hospital

Patrick Swayze

Patrick Swayze has been discharged after a weeklong hospitalization for pneumonia.

"I am happy to announce that Patrick Swayze is ...
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Mario Lopez Gets Down and Busy with America's Best Dance Crew

America's Best Dance Crew, Mario Lopez

Try as you may, you can't avoid Mario Lopez on TV these days. The one-time Dancing with the Stars runner-up tells TVGuide.com about the new season of America's Best Dance Crew (Thursdays, 10 pm/ET on MTV), why he's causing trouble on Nip/Tuck, and his messages for his recently engaged ex-girlfriend, Karina Smirnoff, and that other guy, Ryan Seacrest.

TVGuide.com: MTV's teasing that this is the "most physically demanding season yet." What can we expect on Dance Crew this season?
Mario Lopez:
Oh, I'm ...
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Winslet, Button and Slumdog Top BAFTA Nods

Kate Winslet

Four days after nabbing two Golden Globe awards, Kate Winslet picked up a pair of nominations from the British Academy Film Awards — except this time she's up against herself.

The BAFTAs — the British equivalent of the Oscars — nominated Winslet twice in lead actress for her work in Revolutionary Road and The Reader. At the Globes, she won in lead for Road and supporting for The Reader. Facing off against a double dose of Winslet are ...
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And the Oscar Presenters Are… A Secret

Hugh Jackman

In keeping with the revamped style this year, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced it will not reveal any celebrity presenters prior to the Feb. 22 ceremony.

The Oscars — and any award show worth its salt — traditionally roll out names of A-list attendees to generate interest. But new show producers, Bill Condon and Laurence Mark, hope to ...
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