Love Bites won't be back for a second helping. NBC has pulled the plug on the romantic anthology series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The series, starring Becki Newton, Greg Grunberg and Constance Zimmer, will air its final episode on Thursday at 10/9c on NBC. The network premiered the existing eight episodes this summer after picking it up more than a year ago.
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Lauren Conrad and Kyle Howard have decided to call it quits after dating for three years, E! Online reports.
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Following Fox's head start on pilot pickups, NBC has ordered comedies from Whitney Cummings and Parks & Recreation writer Emily Spivey, along with drama series Smash and Prime Suspect, Deadline.com reports.
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The hourlong comedy anthology Love Bites finally has an airdate.
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TBS has canceled original comedy My Boys after four seasons, a network rep says.
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Jeers to TBS for burying one of TV's most enjoyable sitcoms, My Boys.
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The "Very Funny" cable network burned off the whopping nine-episode season of its sly charmer about Chicago sportswriter PJ (Jordana Spiro) and her pals on Sundays opposite such sky-high-profile cable competition as Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Mad Men — whose costar Joel Murray, aka rehabbed alky Freddy Rumsen, guested on Boys as the owner who sold the gang's hangout, Crowley's, to Brando (Reid Scott) in the season finale.
The over-the-top flamboyance of Russell Edgington (Denis O'Hare) has been a joy to watch, but will this 3000-year-old vampire king finally meet his undignified end, on his knees and in the sun, in Fangtasia's parking lot? Tonight's third-season finale may feature more than one bloodsucker's death — remember that Russell is handcuffed to Eric — but it also appears that Sookie's constant frustration at being used as the undead's plaything may render all vampires dead to her forever.
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Season 4 opens with an Advertising Age reporter trying to find out just "Who is Don Draper?" Unfortunately for the scribe and the "scrappy upstart" firm of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, who hope that this promotional story would generate a rash of business, the secretive Mr. Draper spills no beans. Still, there is plenty going on in this involving episode as Pete and Peggy hire actors to stage a food fight over a meat company's product; and Don admonishes a prudish swimsuit manufacturer that his company can be "comfortable and dead, or risky and possibly rich." And on the ex-homefront, Don issues Betty an unsettling ultimatum. — Ray Stackhouse
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