CW boss reveals the network isn’t planning ‘Battle Royale’ TV show

The CW’s president Mark Pedowitz revealed that the network isn’t planning on doing a television series version of the violent Japanese cult novel Battle Royale. The novel by Koushun Takumi

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CBS to air special episode of ‘Hawaii Five-0’ after AFC Championship

CBS has announced that a special episode of Hawaii Five-0 will air Sunday, January 20 after the AFC Championship football game. Hawaii Five-0 usually airs Mondays at 10 p.m. but

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Mike Tyson set to play convicted murderer on ‘Law & Order: SVU’

Mike Tyson will make his television acting debut when he guest stars on Law & Order: SVU as a convicted murderer. Tyson’s character is named Reggie Rhodes is a murderer

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Julianna Margulies explains why she decided to leave ‘ER’

Julianna Margulies, who currently stars on The Good Wife, appeared on Katie Wednesday and spoke about why she left ER in 2000 after the show’s sixth season. Margulies was leaving

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‘The Jeffersons’ star Ned Wertimer dies at 89

Ned Wertimer, known for his role as Ralph the Doorman on The Jeffersons, passed away at the age of 89. Wertimer’s manager Brad Lemack confirmed the actor passed away on

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Debbi Morgan announces return to ‘All My Children’ for online reboot

Debbi Morgan announced she will be returning to All My Children to reprise her role of Dr. Angie Hubbard when Prospect Park revives the soap opera online. “Ok, I can

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Canada’s Optik TV threatens to pull Spike TV and BET due to contract renewal dispute

Canada’s Optik TV, which is Telus’ Internet-based television service, has informed its subscribers that starting February 28 they will lose Spike TV and BET. “As of Feb. 28, 2013, Spike

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‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ creator Agnes Nixon approves of Prospect Park reboots

Agnes Nixon, of All My Children and One Life to Live, announced that she approves of Prospect Park reviving the two canceled ABC soap operas. “We of the One Life

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NBC Entertainment chairman reveals Jay Leno’s contract extended past 2014

NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt has revealed that Jay Leno won’t be leaving The Tonight Show and Leno’s contract has been extended past its original 2014 expiration. Greenblatt confirmed the

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E! Entertainment’s president of programming Lisa Berger resigns

Lisa Berger, E! Entertainment’s president of programming, has resigned after nine years at the network. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Berger declined to comment on what she will be doing

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