Hot in Cleveland
Hot in Cleveland has been picked up for a third season, TV Land announced Monday.
The sitcom will return for 22 episodes set to begin shooting this summer. Since premiering in June 2010, Hot in Cleveland has averaged 3.2 million viewers.
Hot in Cleveland's Betty White: "You've had such an overdose of me lately"
"The chemistry that this cast has with each other is undeniable so we are excited to bring Hot in Cleveland back for another season," TV Land president Larry W. Jones said in a statement. "Our viewers will be thrilled with all that is...
Cee Lo and Adam Levine
Cee Lo Green and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine will serve as judges for NBC's upcoming singing competition series The Voice, the network announced Monday.
"These amazing artists are the perfect inspiration for our contestants to look up to as they begin their journeys from 'voices' to true artists — and any hopeful singer would be incredibly lucky to have either one as their coach," network executive Paul Telegdy said in a statement.
The Amazing Race
After going out of Season 14 of The Amazing Race thanks to a U-Turn (by Margie and Luke), Amanda Blackledge and Kris Klicka, 27, met the same fate on Unfinished Business, becoming the first team to get eliminated after incurring an automatic U-Turn and falling behind on the second half of a double leg in Australia. "I wouldn't say it's harder to swallow because it's our own fault," Amanda, 25, tells TVGuide.com. "It's not like it's easier blaming other people. Yeah, Margie and Luke U-Turned us last time, but I don't think it's anyone's fault when you're eliminated — last time or this time." Find out how far behind the couple was, why it took them so long to get to Town Hall, and if they'd run the Race again.
Charlie Sheen's longtime publicist, Stan Rosenfield, has resigned.
"I have worked with Charlie Sheen for a long time and I care about him very much. However, at this time, I'm unable to work effectively as his publicist and have respectfully resigned," Rosenfield said in a statement.
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Shameless and Episodes are returning for second seasons, Showtime announced Monday.
"The viewer loyalty and critical acclaim that has met both Shameless and Episodes since their January debuts makes it clear that these two brash and sophisticated series are burgeoning hits," David Nevins, president of the premium cable channel, said in a statement.