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TVGuide.com Voters: Ann Curry Should Replace Meredith Vieira on Today

Anne Curry

More than 60 percent of voters in a TVGuide.com poll think that longtime Today show news reader Ann Curry should take the anchor chair from Meredith Vieira, who is expected to leave the program later this year.

Who should replace Meredith Vieira on Today?

Sixty-one percent of voters support Curry, who was passed over for the job when Vieira replaced Katie Couric in 2006. Speaking of Couric, 14 percent of voters want the CBS Evening News anchor, who is reportedly looking to leave CBS once her contract expires, to come back to Today.

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Ratings: Breaking In Breaks Out With 9.9 Million Viewers in Idol’s Wake

Breaking In

If American Idol were an 18-wheeler, then Breaking In would be the Mini Cooper drafting behind it.

The new Fox comedy starring Christian Slater broke out of the gate with 9.88 million people tuning in ... read more

Fox Renews Bob's Burgers for a Second Season

Bob's Burgers

Fire up the grill again: Fox has ordered a second season of animated comedy Bob's Burgers, the network announced Thursday.

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"Bob's Burgers has proved to be a perfect neighbor to our slate of fan-favorite animated families this year," Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly said in a statement. "The series has found its own really unique, irreverent voice and is doing consistent business for us on Sundays, so we're excited to serve up another season to the fans."

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Is Robert Sean Leonard Leaving House?

Robert Sean Leonard, House

Can you envision a version of House in which Dr. Crankypants doesn't rely on right-hand man Wilson? Perhaps you should start trying.

Robert Sean Leonard, who has played Dr. James Wilson, the best friend of Hugh Laurie's Dr. House since the show began in 2004, says he's not certain about returning to the show next season... read more

Showtime Orders up Homeland and House of Lies

House of Lies

Showtime is adding two more original series to its lineup.

The cable channel announced Thursday it had ordered a 12-episode season of the drama Homeland, starring Claire Danes, and the comedy House of Lies, starring Don Cheadle. Both series will begin production in the summer.

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Law & Order Vet Linus Roache to Headline Titanic Miniseries

Linus Roache

Law & Order veteran Linus Roache has landed the leading role on an upcoming four-part Titanic miniseries, British broadcaster ITV has announced.

Roache is joined in the cast by Geraldine Somerville (the Harry Potter films) and Toby Jones (W, Infamous). The announcement didn't specify what roles the actors would play, but the miniseries will focus on characters ranging from steerage to first-class passengers... read more

VIDEO: Panic Attack Hits America's Next Top Model

Brittani

A confrontation on Wednesday night's episode of America's Next Top Model sent one hopeful into what she characterized as a "panic attack." All cycle, nerves have been frazzling (two of the contestants separately used the word "breakdown" to describe their emotional state on last week's episode), but we hadn't seen anything like this before...
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VIDEO: Rebecca Black's "Friday" Receives Christian Makeover

Sadie B, Sunday

Do you find Rebecca Black's "Friday" to be too secular? Well, here's the alternative for you!

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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

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

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