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Question: I just read the news that Sandra Oh has decided to leave Grey's Anatomy at the end of the season. I'm sure a lot of fans will be upset or disappointed, but I actually respect her choice to leave and am grateful she has given so much notice to the writers so that they will be able to find a way to write her out effectively, which Grey's has not always had in the past. However, the broader question here is how much longer the show should run. I can't really imagine right now what it will be like without Christina, but there was also ...
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VIDEO: Bad Dogs of Comedy

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Length: 45:09
Aired: 8/4/2012

Cesar helps a group of hilarious comedians face their toughest critics - their own pets. watch

ABC Pulls Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23

ABC is moving out of Apartment 23.

With eight episodes left to air in its sophomore season, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 has been pulled from the schedule, TVGuide.com has confirmed. In its place, ABC will air back-to-back episodes of Happy Endings.

ABC boss on fall failures, revitalizing Dancing and looking forward to S.H.I.E.L.D.

ABC ran additional episodes of the Tuesday night comedies on...read more

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Harriet The Spy
Year Of The Dragon
Christa B. Allen Promises A Lot More Nakedness When Revenge Returns
Rory OShea Was Here - Trailer

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Credits

Year Title Description
2006 Nanny Mcphee Movie, Animation
2006 16 Blocks Movie, Actor - Asian Shop Owner
2005 Rory O'shea Was Here Movie, Actor - Racing Kid
1996 Harriet The Spy Movie, Actor - Bruno Hong Fat
1995 Where's The Money, Noreen? Movie, Actor - Gene Kajikawa

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Ann Romney Turns Down Dancing with the Stars

Ann Romney has been offered a spot on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars — but she's already turned it down, according to TMZ.

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ABC Boss on Fall Failures, Revitalizing Dancing and Looking forward to S.H.I.E.L.D.

For ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee, the Alphabet network's fall schedule was a bit of a mixed bag.

"We have a lot to shout about and we also have a lot to do," Lee told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter TV previews on Thursday. The network, which finished 2012 in third place behind NBC and Fox, struggled to launch new shows  -- new dramas Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue were canceled; Nashville is solid, though Lee wishes he had more viewers in the 35-to-49 demographic — and saw previous ratings juggernaut Dancing with the Stars slide to new lows. "Turns out people like to... read more

Network Honchos Survey the New TV Season

The next few weeks will be rough for the networks, as they parse what works — and what doesn't — among this year's crop of new shows. We asked the five broadcast network heads, plus a few key cable bosses, to give us their thoughts on what will big on the small screen.

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Critic's Notebook: The ABC's of TCA

Where were you when the Modern Family talent deal finally went down? If you were a member of the Television Critics Association, or one of the creators of ABC's most popular and acclaimed comedy, you were at the network's Friday night post-press tour party. You could actually feel the tension go out of the room — a tension that had clouded much of ABC's TCA day, a major distraction for entertainment president Paul Lee, who tersely deflected questions about cast negotiations during his press session. read more

Decision Time for the Networks: What To Keep An Eye On

The network fall lineups are starting to take shape. As execs lick their wounds, dust off their failures and prepare to try it again with a whole new crop of shows, this is the time of year when they tell themselves — and more importantly, try to convince advertisers — that next season will be different.

And sometimes it is. Witness ABC's 2004 turn-around year, when Lost and Desperate Housewives hit the air, or the 1994 season, when NBC was blessed with ER and Friends. But those game-changing years don't come along often. As we head into the mid-May network "upfront" presentations (when new series are unveiled to media buyers and bubble shows are fed their fates), here's a network-by-network guide on what to look out for.

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