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ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live Gets a Time Slot Upgrade

Jimmy Kimmel

Just in time for its 10th anniversary, ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live will move to 11:35 p.m. in January, while Nightline — which has held that time slot since its launch in 1979 (as Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage) slides to 12:35 a.m.

As part of the time slot shift (which takes effect Jan, 8), Kimmel has also extended his contract — which was set to expire in February 2013 — for another two years, keeping him at ABC until at least 2015. read more

NBC Reveals The 10 Cities to Land a Revolution Screening


A Revolution is coming next month to 10 U.S. cities, including Denver, Chicago and Philadelphia. NBC is set today to announce the top ten markets from its "Powered by the People" voting campaign on behalf of the network's new J.J. Abrams/Eric Kripke drama.

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Summer Movie Blockbusters Still Rule on Cable

Will Smith

FX is known mostly for its original series, from Sons of Anarchy and Justified to Louie and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. But as much as 80 percent of the cable network's schedule is still devoted to theatrical movies — which is why FX execs have been on a blockbuster buying spree again this summer.

FX has landed the lion's share of this summer's box office No. 1 films, ultimately plopping at least $200 million for movies such as The Avengers, Men in Black 3 and The Amazing Spider-Man. Most recently, FX picked up the rights to last weekend's No. 1 film, The Bourne Legacy.

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Strike Back Gets Back in Action!

Strike Back

The Strike Back team had just arrived in Mozambique to kick off shooting this season when they ran into a major problem: As the country faced an uprising by thousands of freedom fighters clutching real RPGs and AK-47s, the government wasn't so sure what to make of the show's crew.

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How TV Veterans Conquered the Summer Movies

Seth McFarlane, Joss Whedon

TV fans might have noticed some familiar names at the box office this summer. Now that it's widely accepted that some of Hollywood's best work is found on the small screen, television's top creative minds are finding a receptive audience in the film world as well.

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Watch My Show: Oh Sit! Executive Producer Phil Gurin Answers Our Showrunner Survey

Phil Gurin

Did Oh Sit! hit the fans? Final ratings for the new CW competition series' Wednesday night premiere will be out later today, but the network already plans to air episode two of Oh Sit! tonight at 8/7c (leading into the series premiere of the new singing competition The Next). Oh Sit! — which was originally titled Extreme Musical Chairs, until The CW decided to have some fun with the title — centers on 12 contestants who go through a series of physically challenging obstacle courses to order to claim a chair (as a live band performs). The last player on a chair wins a cash prize. Jamie Kennedy hosts, along with Jessi Cruickshank, with Tanika Ray as the sidelines reporter. Executive producer Phil Gurin (The Singing Bee, Shark Tank) took time to fill out our TV Guide Magazine showrunner survey and explain why Oh Sit! happens.

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First Look: Discovery Channel's New Alaska Series Yukon Men

Yukon Men

We told you a few weeks ago about Yukon Men, the new Alaska-set series that debuts later this month on Discovery Channel. The show follows the rugged inhabitants of Tanana, Alaska, a remote town of about 200 citizens, that isn't easily accessible by roads.

Tonight, Discovery will air an extended sneak peek of Yukon Men in the 10 pm hour, using Shark Week to help promote the show. Yukon Men debuts Friday, Aug. 24 at 10/9c. Here's a first look at the latest Discovery series to showcase the 49th state... read more

NBC's The Voice Reveals Its Twist For Fall — And It's A "Knockout"

The Voice

NBC's The Voice is probably best known for its blind auditions — and, of course, its big, red spinning chairs, which helped turn the singing competition into a ratings phenomenon. But NBC also realized last year that once the chairs stop spinning, viewer interest in The Voice starts to dip.

Meeting with reporters Sunday evening at his lavish beachside home, executive producer Mark Burnett (sitting next to coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee-Lo Green) revealed a new twist that he believes will carry the drama of The Voice's blind auditions into its battle rounds.

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Exclusive: DisneyXD Launches New Animated Comedy Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja

9th Grade Ninja

Who knew Jean-Ralphio had so many stealth moves up his sleeves? Ben Schwartz, probably best known as the self-proclaimed baller on Parks and Recreation, voices the lead character on Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, a new animated comedy set to debut next month on Disney XD.

In Randy Cunningham, Schwartz plays a high school freshman who discovers the "NinjaNomicon," a super human ninja suit. Now Randy, with the help of his best friend Howard, must battle evil while navigating high school and keeping his secret identity a secret.

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Exclusive: NBC Asks Viewers to Vote for Revolution In Their Hometown


Say, you want a Revolution? NBC is looking to power up some interest in its new J.J. Abrams/Eric Kripke drama, which it has been heavily promoting during the Olympics. Later tonight the network will launch a contest for viewers to score a... read more

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