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Oprah Winfrey Cancels Rosie O’Donnell Talk Show

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That was fast. Just five months after it premiered amid great fanfare, The Rosie Show has been canceled by OWN, Oprah Winfrey’s ratings-challenged cable net.

In a statement she released Friday night, Oprah said, “I thank Rosie from the bottom of my heart for joining me on this journey. She has been an incredible partner, working to deliver the best possible show every… Continue reading Oprah Winfrey Cancels Rosie O'Donnell Talk Show

Fox Cancels Terra Nova



March 5, 2012

After just a single season, Fox’s “Terra Nova” has been cancelled.

The show, from executive producers Steven Spielberg, Peter Chernin, Ren Echevarria and Brannon Braga, followed an ordinary family, the Shannons, on a journey back in time to prehistoric Earth as part of an experiment to save mankind. It starred Stephen Lang, Jason O’Mara, Shelley Conn, Landon


Memphis Beat is eating a fried peanut butted sandwich on the toilet. TNT has decided to cancel the series after two seasons. The drama, which starred Jason Lee as a Elvis-impersonating detective, had been on the bubble after its second season concluded in August. [Variety]

… Can’t wait to see NBC’s fairy-tale cop drama procedural (yes, you read that right) Grimm? Well stop Tweeting about your boring trip to… Continue reading TNT Cancels Memphis Beat

— Late Friday night brought word that Mike Myers has decided to reunite with his popular Austin Powers character(s) for another sequel. No other details are available other than the fact that Myers has signed on to the film, but the move makes sense for Myers since he’s found success with the franchise previously. The last Austin Powers movie, Austin Powers in Goldmember, scored… Continue reading Quick Hits: Mike Myers Signs on for 'Austin Powers 4', Disney Cancels Johnny Depp's 'The Lone Ranger' and More


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Hard times, indeed: MTV has canceled The Hard Times of RJ Berger after a two-season run. The edgy comedy, which chronicled the exploits of a dorky-yet-well-hung high school student (Paul Iacono), grabbed more than three million viewers in its second-season premiere in March, but May’s season finale drew less than one million people.

The network has no shortage of… Continue reading MTV cancels ‘Hard Times of RJ Berger’