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MTV Networks, Comedy Central Introduce The Comedy Awards

Will Ferrell

MTV Networks and Comedy Central have announced The Comedy Awards, an event honoring the industry's top writers, directors, actors and stand-up comedians.

"This historic, one-night-only celebration will honor [those] who provided the laugh track to our lives this past year: the pioneers who pushed boundaries; the TV shows that we rushed home for; the movies that are etched into our collective pop-culture memory; the stand-up comedians and the viral videos that make us laugh every day," the show's official website states.

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VIDEO: Nickelodeon's New Series House of Anubis Combines Comedy, Drama and Mystery

House of Anubis

One of the stars of Nickelodeon's newest series, House of Anubis, Nathalia Ramos, says the show has all of the elements of comedy, drama and mystery combined into one.

House of Anubis follows eight students at an English boarding school who try to solve the mystery of missing classmate, Joy, who disappears the same day a new girl, Nina (Ramos), arrives. Brad Kavanagh plays Fabian and says he and Nina have a "will-they-or-won't-they relationship," while Jade Ramsey plays headstrong Patricia.

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Exclusive: Star Trek's George Takei Joins New Nickelodeon Series

George Takei

Star Trek alum George Takei has joined the cast of Nickelodeon's new live-action series Supah Ninjas, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

The half-hour comedy follows three kids who are drafted into a secret world of crime fighting after Mike Fukanaga (Ryan Potter), an average high school student, discovers he is descended from a long line of ninjas. Takei plays Mike's recently deceased grandfather; he appears as an interactive hologram to guide and train the team of "Supah Ninjas" along the way.

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Exclusive: A First Look at Russell Brand on Big Time Rush

Russell Brand

What does Russell Brand look like made out of candy? The British actor gets a peek in this exclusive first-look photo of his Big Time Rush debut.

In the one-hour episode titled "Beach Blanket Big Time," Brand plays himself and we can only imagine what he and the band are up to.

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Rep: John Edwards and Rielle Hunter Are Not Engaged

John Edwards

John Edwards is not engaged to Rielle Hunter, his rep told Us Weekly.

Earlier this week, the National Enquirer reported that the former presidential candidate and Hunter, his one-time mistress, were planning to marry.

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Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch Cancer-Free; Album Back on Schedule

Adam Horovitz, Adam Yauch and Mike D of Beastie Boys

Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch is cancer-free and the rap trio is on track to release its next album, group member Mike D. told BBC Radio 1.

"We're really happy about it," Mike D. said about Yauch's health.

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Jane Krakowski Is Pregnant

Jane Krakowski

30 Rock's Jane Krakowski is expecting a baby with fiancé Robert Godley.

"Both soon-to-be first-time parents could not be happier," her rep tells TVGuide.com.

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Jersey Shore Premiere Is MTV’s Highest Series Telecast Ever

Jersey Shore

The Jersey Shore cast's 15 minutes of fame aren't up yet: Thursday's premiere was MTV's most-watched series telecast to date.

Jersey Shore: Do we love them or hate them?

A whopping 8.4 million people tuned in to the Season 3 premiere, which followed the gang back to Seaside Heights, N.J. Season 2, which was filmed in Miami, debuted in July to 5.3 million viewers.

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Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann to Return for Knocked Up Sequel

Knocked Up

Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann will reprise their roles as bickering husband and wife in the sequel to Knocked Up, Variety reports.

In the 2007 Judd Apatow comedy, Mann played Katherine Heigl's sister, Debbie, who's married to Rudd's character, Pete, a talent scout with a penchant for fantasy football and solo movie outings. Seth Rogen also starred as Heigl's baby daddy.

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Sex and the City 2.0? HBO Picks Up Series About Women in Their 20s

Lena Dunham

HBO has picked up the comedy series Girls, the network announced Friday.

Created by and starring Lena Dunham (Tiny Furniture), Girls will provide a comic look at the humiliations and triumphs of a group of women in their early 20s. Filming is set to begin this spring.

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