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NBC Schedules Remaining Chase Episodes on Saturdays

Kelli Giddish, Chase

NBC will burn off the remaining episodes of Chase on Saturdays, an NBC rep confirmed to TVGuide.com.

NBC pulls Chase from schedule

The network will begin airing them on April 23 at 8/7c.

Chase, which stars Kelli Giddish as a fugitive-hunting U.S. Marshal, was pulled from NBC's prime-time schedule in February after a weak launch and a time slot change. Although the network ordered a full, 22-episode season, the number of episodes was reduced to 18... read more

Bill Cosby on Donald Trump's Presidential Bid: "He's Full of It"

Donald Trump, Bill Cosby

At least one person won't check Donald Trump's name if the Celebrity Apprentice host should actually make it onto a presidential ballot: Bill Cosby.

Donald Trump's birth certificate stunt backfires

Cosby appeared on the Today show Wednesday morning to tout his own efforts to further education in lower income urban areas. When Meredith Vieira asked the comedian and former TV star his thoughts about Trump's political aspirations, Cosby said Trump is "full of it."

Cosby later elaborated that he's frustrated by Trump's back-and-forth attitude about the possible 2012 presidential run... read more

Conan Explains (and Mocks) a "Very Messed Up Version" of His Show

Conan

West Coast viewers saw a "very messed-up version" of TBS' Conan Tuesday night, Conan O'Brien said during Wednesday's show, explaining the technical snafu and making fun of the network's mistake.

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The show's West Coast broadcast aired 23 minutes of uninterrupted commercials. When the program did finally appear, the picture was pixilated and the show appeared to be running backward at a faster speed... read more

History Mounts New Taxidermy-Themed Alaska Reality Show

Mounted in Alaska

Hungry for yet another reality show set in the 49th State? We're stuffed — but then again, so are the animals in History's Mounted in Alaska, and that's the draw.

The show, which launches Thursday night at 10/9c on History, revolves around Alaskan taxidermist Russell Knight. The owner of Knight's Taxidermy, Knight and his team are asked to preserve wildlife ...
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Meet the New Housewife of New York City

Cindy Barshop

Downtown denizen Cindy Barshop — single mom of twins and owner of the Completely Bare spa empire — is the latest addition to the Big Apple brigade, and she is so keeping it Real.
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Exclusive: Sleuth Gets a New Name; Meet Cloo

From the company that morphed Sci Fi into Syfy comes another channel name destined to wreak havoc with your computer's spell check.

TV Guide Magazine has confirmed that NBCUniversal will change the name of Sleuth, its crime and mystery cable channel, later this spring. The new name? Cloo TV.

Why the name change and quirky spelling? Just as NBCUniversal realized that it ...
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American Idol Backstage Report: So Ryan Seacrest Thinks He Can Dance?

Ryan Seacrest

All of a sudden, Ryan Seacrest has Happy Feet. And once again, this new exuberance on stage — and his tendency to break into dance — has been inspired by this season's most physically uninhibited contestant, Nashville's Paul McDonald

On Wednesday night, McDonald rocked the Idol Dome with his version of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues." "It was fun," said McDonald after the show. "I felt like I was in my band ...
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The Hangover II Trailer Yanked from Theaters

The Hangover II

Warner Bros. has pulled the trailer for The Hangover II from theaters over concerns about some racy content.

Check out photos of The Hangover cast

The trailer, which premiered last week online and before screenings of Source Code, featured a number of gags, including a monkey simulating a sex act. Although the studio said it received no complaints about the trailer, the sticking point seems to be that the perhaps R-rated imagery was airing in front of a film that received only a PG-13 rating... read more

Watercooler: Breaking In (Kind of) Cracks Us Up

Bret Harrison, Christian Slater

Seriously Fox, you picked Running Wilde over this? Dag.

Last night, Breaking In, the show that was bumped from the fall lineup by that waste of Will Arnett, finally made it to the air and was able to do in 30 minutes what Wilde barely did in 13 episodes: Entertain us.

Set around the inter-office antics of a ...
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Cheers & Jeers: An AOK SVU/LOLA Crossover

Terence Howard

Cheers to Law & Order: SVU for making "Reparations" for previous storytelling crimes.  

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In an unusually sober episode of the too-often sensationalistic series, Terrence Howard smoothly crossed over from Law & Order: LA as his character, ADA Jonah Dekker, flew in to defend his cousin (excellent Chicago Hope vet Vondie Curtis-Hall) on rape charges. The case pitted ...
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