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'Law and Order' Is Canceled


May 14, 2010 08:06:47 GMT


Long-running U.S. cop show "Law & Order" has been canceled after 20 years. Dick Wolf's highly-successful New York-based drama premiered in America in 1990 and went on to spawn two separate spin-offs - "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent".

A Los Angeles-based "Law & Order" is still being planned. But the original has been scrapped. TV executives at NBC have decided not to take the original format into its 21st season, confirming to E! Online that the show has been axed.

Major Points in 'Vampire Diaries' Season Finale


May 14, 2010 07:52:27 GMT


"The Vampire Diaries" wrapped up the first season with some pretty shocking twists which will build up in the second season. For a newcomer show, it has killed plenty of characters in the first season alone. The number is rising with the death of the Mayor, Anna and the villain in the May 13 episode.

Mayor Lockwood got his neck snapped by one of the Tomb vampires. But what's curious was the fact that he was included in the vampires pack John Gilbert gathered to be killed. Lockwood and his son Tyler were affected by the device which supposedly gives painful sound to vampires only. This leaves a question of what kind of non-human are they?

'Heroes' Creator Puts Finger on NBC for Rating Decline


May 14, 2010 06:29:10 GMT


While NBC is still weighing the option whether "Heroes" deserves to be renewed or not, creator Tim Kring has decided to reveal why the show is going through a steady decline in rating. Kring blamed the Peacock for having too much interference as far as the plot goes, causing the writers to sacrifice some of their creative ideas.

"Heroes" was once the most watched program on NBC, pulling an average of 13 million per week. That is before it dropped significantly in the third season and further in the fourth season which averaged under 5 million.

'Grey's Anatomy' Season Finale Previews: Shooter in the Hospital


May 14, 2010 04:08:00 GMT


It's no longer a secret that someone will fall at the end of "Grey's Anatomy" this season. Two previews for the finale, which have just been released, revealed that there's a shooter at Seattle Grace Hospital. And when the bullet is fired, it goes right through a white jacket and wounds its unknown wearer. TV Guide reported that "both the shooter and his victims will all be familiar faces to fans of the show."

Meanwhile, ABC has kept the plot to the two-hour finale a secret. In its brief synopsis, the network says the first hour called "Sanctuary" will see the hospital hit with a crisis like no other in its history. In the second and final hour called "Death and All His Friends", Cristina and Meredith's surgical skills are put to the ultimate test.

'True Blood' Drops First Season 3 Trailer

May 14, 2010 03:03:07 GMT


"It took someone I love from me, but I was raised to fight back," Sookie says in the beginning of the first "True Blood" season 3 trailer. HBO drops the 30-second video during The CW's "The Vampire Diaries" finale on Thursday, May 13.

Through the trailer, viewers are given the first look at finished scenes which may be spoilery for those who haven't read the books by Charlaine Harris. [Spoiler Alert] While Bill is absent, Sookie is entangled in other romances with Alcide and Eric while Jessica does "bad things". Tara who was against Sookie dating vampire, is now bedding one.

Justin Bieber Lookalike Invited to 'Ellen DeGeneres Show'


May 14, 2010 02:04:21 GMT


Justin Bieber may just get himself a rival both in his career and his look. Twelve years old Greyson Chance is deemed a Bieber lookalike and is the latest YouTube sensation on the brim of achieving worldwide success after Ellen DeGeneres did her part by inviting him to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Thursday, May 13.

Greyson posted his video covering Lady GaGa's "Paparazzi" while he's in 6th grade talent show on Facebook and YouTube. It received more that 9 million hits and caught the attention of Ellen's producers who later called his mom and asked them to fly in.

Krista White Wins 'America's Next Top Model' 14


May 13, 2010 08:51:18 GMT


For winning the 14th cycle of "America's Next Top Model", Krista White earns a contract with Wilhelmina Models, a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics and a six-page spread and cover of Seventeen magazine. The model hailing from Pine Bluff, Ark. beats Raina Hein in the final commercial ad and final runway walk.

"Krista, you are amazing. You are the embodiment of America's Next Top Model," Tyra Banks told Krista after revealing the win. "You came in here and you didn't know what you were doing but you learned and you listened and you blossomed. There is an honesty and a rawness about you that is so beautiful and we think you could have an international career."

'True Blood' Reveals Spoilers in Set Visit Video

May 13, 2010 08:06:04 GMT


A visit to the set of "True Blood" reveals each cast's intake to the third season. The featurette is arranged in a way that two actors, be it a season regular or the guest star, sit together to discuss what will happen in the chapter that begins airing on HBO June 13.

Anna Paquin is paired with Joe Manganiello who depicts werewolf Alcide. "When Sookie meets Alcide, she's all lonely and sad because Bill has been taken," Paquin says. Deborah Ann Woll who plays Jessica says, "Bill is missing from my life. I'm sort of left alone to my devices."

Nominees of Daytime Emmys Announced


May 13, 2010 06:41:19 GMT


Long-running U.S. soap opera "General Hospital" is leading the charge for this year's Daytime Emmy Awards after landing a whopping 18 nominations. The series, which "Spider-Man star James Franco joined for a brief stint last year, will face off against "The Young and the Restless, which garnered a total of 16 nods, for Outstanding Drama Series.

Soap operas are poised to steal the show - following with 13 nominations each are "One Life to Live" and canceled drama "As the World Turns". "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "All My Children" also received 11 and 10 nominations, respectively, and "Days of Our Lives" earned nine.

Preview of 'Law and Order: SVU' Season 11 Finale


May 13, 2010 06:22:56 GMT


Sharon Stone is held at gunpoint in the season finale of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit". When an 8-year-old boy is kidnapped off a city street, Detectives Olivia Benson and Eliot Stabler are called to investigate.

They soon find that the boy is in his father's custody, and his mother has a history of overstepping her bounds. When pushed to the limit, the boy's mother pulls out a gun points it at ADA Jo Marlowe (Stone) and pulls the trigger.

Meet the 25 Men for the New 'Bachelorette'


May 13, 2010 04:41:01 GMT


"The Bachelorette" is two weeks away from its season 6 premiere, thus ABC is ready to reveal the men who will compete for Ali Fedotowsky's heart. From the 25 eligible bachelors, it's noticeable that there are three guys by the name of Chris, two of Craigs, two of Johns and two Tylers.

Ali is especially fortunate in the way this season's men do pretty decent jobs for living. Her selection ranges from a real estate developer to retail manager to catering manager. There's also a weatherman and entertainment wrestler. In terms of age, Ali who is 25-year-old, can choose men between 24 and 34-year-old.

Jessica Simpson Hired to Guest Star on 'Entourage'

May 13, 2010 04:22:07 GMT


Jessica Simpson has returned to acting with a guest role in hit U.S. TV show "Entourage". The singer has supplemented her music career with a string of acting roles, including a turn in 2005 movie "The Dukes of Hazzard" and 2007's "Blonde Ambition".

She has also enjoyed a string of cameo appearances in That '70s Show. Simpson has now revealed she's spent two days filming a guest slot in "Entourage" alongside Adrian Grenier and Jeremy Piven, reportedly playing herself.

Big Mike Eliminated, 'American Idol' Reveals Top 3


May 13, 2010 02:50:53 GMT


"American Idol" reveals a shocking result this week as Casey James advances to the Top 3 and Michael Lynche goes home. Ryan Seacrest said almost 37 million votes came through in movie songs week but Big Mike who sang "Will You Be There" by Michael Jackson doesn't get enough to get him in the final.

Casey was in fact the first to be announced safe, followed by Lee Dwyze. Viewers were then left dreading at the thought of Crystal Bowersox going home, especially since the judges loved her rendition of Kenny Loggins' "I'm Alright". But it was Mike who eventually has to end his journey.

Joel McHale and Sofia Vergara to Announce Emmy Nominees

May 13, 2010 02:25:59 GMT


"Community" star Joel McHale and "Modern Family" actress Sofia Vergara are appointed as the announcers of 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards nominations. They will jointly read out the names of actors, TV series, TV movies and miniseries receiving a slot to compete at the biggest television event on July 8 at 5:30 A.M. from Goldensom Theatre in Los Angeles.

"I'm so honored to be announcing the nominees for the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmys. It's been such an exciting year for television, and I'm happy to be a part of it," said Vergara. McHale chimed in, "I have two children, and I've never woken up this early for anything."

'Real L Word' Women Talk Turn-Off, Sex and First Discovery


May 12, 2010 09:34:09 GMT


The women of "The Real L Word" gave an interview to reveal more about their different personalities before the show debuts on June 20. The six lesbian women living in L.A. open up about how their friends describe her, when they first find out they are attracted to same sex, and strangest places they have had sex in.

Nikki, an executive in Hollywood who is engaged to fellow cast Jill, says that her friends describe her as "funny" and "over achiever". Meanwhile, Rose who is the inspiration behind "The L Word" character Papi, says that she is a player, a reformed player.
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