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Can't get enough of The Hunger Games? The CW thought you might say that. The young-skewing network is hoping that Katniss and Co.'s success at the box office (more than $300 million, and counting, in the U.S. alone) will translate to interest in The Selection, a pilot in contention for fall. Friday Night Lights' Aimee Teegarden stars as a girl chosen to enter a fierce competition to marry the prince of a war-torn society.
Christian Cooke, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Steven Strait
Starz turns back the clock to 1959 Miami Beach in the new mob-tinged period drama Magic City. Executive producer Mitch Glazer based the show on his experiences growing
up in Miami, where he spendt time at grand hotels like the Fontainebleau (where his dad was an electrical engineer), Eden Roc and Deauville. Jeffrey Dean Morgan stars as Ike Evans, the owner of the Miramar Playa (based on the hotels of the era). Glazer answered our show-runner survey to tell viewers why they should make a reservation Fridays
Danny Pudi, Joel McHale, Donald Glover
Your most beloved program is on the bubble — so you mass-mail trinkets to the network, sign an online petition and add a plea to your Twitter avatar. But are network execs really paying attention?
The answer is yes — but that doesn't mean they've been swayed. "I love the fans and I don't begrudge them," says one network executive. "At least it gives us some evidence that there's a ...
Those big, clunky on-screen bugs pop up for a few seconds at the start of every TV show, often serving up a hefty dose of alphabet soup: TV-MA-L for South Park, TV-PG-L for Celebrity Apprentice, TV-PG-DL for GCB and TV-14-D-L-S-V for Bones. But if you're like most TV viewers, you probably pay no attention to TV's content ratings system, or even know what those letters stand for.
Discovery is tearing down the solar panels and raising the American flag. As long expected, Discovery will recycle its failed eco-channel Planet Green on Memorial Day in favor of the new patriotic-themed network "Destination America."
According to Discovery, Destination America "will be the first network to celebrate the people, places and stories of the United States, emblazoned with the grit and tenacity, honesty and work ethic, humor and adventurousness that characterize our nation."
Discovery Plans to Revamp Planet Green
Ashton Kutcher, Two and a Half Men
Talks have begun in earnest to bring Ashton Kutcher back to hit comedy Two and a Half Men for at least another year. Insiders confirm that CBS is busy negotiating with Kutcher's camp.