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First Look: "Weird Al" Yankovic on The Aquabats! Super Show

Wierd Al

Yes, that's "Weird Al" Yankovic behind that mask, protecting the people and saving the earth as Super Magic Power Man. Yankovic guest stars on the Season 1 finale of The Hub's The Aquabats! Super Show, which airs June 16 (11am ET, 8am PT).
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First Look: Disney XD's Pair of Kings Launches Its Third Season

Pair of Kings

Disney XD's Pair of Kings is back for a third season on June 18 (8:30/7:30c) with the premiere episode, "The New King Part One: Destiny's Child." Like the title suggests, the premiere is all about the arrival of Adam Hicks (Zeke and Luther) to the island of Kinkow.
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Exclusive: MTV to Launch New Late Night Franchise The Nikki and Sara Show

The Nikki and Sarah Show

MTV is getting back into the late night comedy game, greenlighting a new series starring up-and-coming comedians Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer. The Nikki and Sara Show will air weekly at 11 p.m. on a night to be determined; the series is expected to launch later this year.

Glaser and Schaefer aren't household names yet, but they're developing a following online via their popular podcast You Had to Be There. Schaefer was formerly the head blogger for NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (yielding her two Emmy Awards), while Glaser was a contestant on Last Comic Standing, where she advanced to the semifinals.

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Will Hatfields & McCoys Help Revive TV Movies and Miniseries?

Matt Barr

The broadcast networks put a bullet in TV-movies and miniseries a few years ago — then along came Hatfields & McCoys, the Kevin Costner vehicle that broke ratings records for History last month, averaging 13.8 million viewers over three nights.

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A Landmark Week for Cable: How History Beat The Broadcast Networks

Hatfield & McCoys

History's record-breaking Hatfields & McCoys made headlines last week, but gone mostly unnoticed in the shuffle was news of something even more ground-breaking for the entire TV industry: For the week ending June 3, History ranked as the No. 1 network among total viewers. read more

How the Hannibal Books Spawned Two Different TV Projects

Mads Mikkelson

Has Hollywood overdosed on too many fava beans with their nice chianti? Two characters from the same series of Thomas Harris books wound up in development simultaneously, and how that happened is an all-too typical story of tangled Hollywood rights. read more

Exclusive: TLC Unlocks the TV Property Space with Four Houses

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Nearly 12 years after Trading Spaces first put TLC on the map, the cable network is returning to the home/real estate genre with the new series Four Houses... read more

Reality TV's Copycat Fight: Can CBS Stop ABC's Glass House?

ABC logo

Radio and TV pioneer Fred Allen once quipped, "Imitation is the sincerest form of television." But he didn't live to see today's reality-TV wars, which erupted again this spring after CBS accused ABC of ripping off Big Brother and Fox announced plans to tweak NBC's The Voice. read more

From Harmon to Rhimes, How TV Showrunners Turned Into Rock Stars

Shonda Rhimes, Dan Harmon

After TV Guide Magazine and a handful of other outlets broke the news that Community creator Dan Harmon had been replaced as showrunner, the fan response was fast — and furious. read more

First Look: Dee Snider as The Duke of Detroit on Disney XD's Motorcity

Dee Snyder on Disney XD's Motorcity

Dee Snider, what do you want to do with your life? He wants to rock — as "The Duke of Detroit" on Disney XD's animated series Motorcity.

The hair band veteran — famous for ...
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