Elisabeth Hasselbeck Leaving “The View” and Making Move to Fox News

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The View will soon be getting a cast facelift: Controversial conservative Elisabeth Hasselbeck is ending her 10 year run on the daytime program after accepting a gig with Fox News. Hasselbeck will chime in on Hot Topics for the final time on Wednesday, making her the third co-host scheduled to depart the longrunning ABC gabfest.

Meredith Vieira Talk Show Premiering Fall 2014

Meredith Vieira is heading back to daytime: NBC Universal announced Tuesday that the former Viewster — who left her post as co-host of The Today Show in 2011 — will be launching her own nationally syndicated talk show for the network. Meredith’s chatfest is expected to debut in the fall of 2014.

“Dexter” Ending After Eight Seasons

Showtime has confirmed that the upcoming eighth season of its serial killer-themed series Dexter will be the show’s last. “When it debuted in 2006, Dexter redefined the genre, by taking the anti-hero to new heights and pushing the boundaries of the television landscape. Dexter paved the way for the next generation of award-winning hit Showtime…

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“Buckwild” Cancelled: MTV Pulls Plug on Controversial Reality Hit

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MTV has cancelled its popular, albeit controversial, reality hit Buckwild following a drug bust and the recent death of one of the show’s stars. In the wake of the death of Buckwilder Shain Gandee, 21, the network has halted production on the raucous reality show, infuriating the executive producer.

“Judge Joe Brown” Cancelled After 15 Seasons

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After 15 years of keeping litigants in check on his syndicated series, Judge Joe Brown is being kicked out of the courtroom. The sour-scowled jurist’s eponymously-named series will air its final episode at the end of its current season. CBS TV Distribution announced the cancellation Wednesday, following reports of a $20 million contract dispute between…

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HBO Cancels “Enlightened”

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HBO has pulled the plug on Laura Dern’s spiritual drama Enlightened after two ratings-challenged seasons.

Stevie Wonder “Glee” Tribute in the Works

Has anyone been tuning in for the latest season of Glee? Fans of the Fox musical comedy could be in for treat, as executive producer Ryan Murphy has confirmed that writers are planning a tribute show to hitmaking legend Stevie Wonder.

Report: Pink in Line to Replace Britney Spears on “The X Factor”

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Pink attempted to distance herself from pop counterpart Britney Spears in the lyrics to her 2002 smash “Don’t Let Me Get Me,” but the outspoken vocalist could be on course to follow in the famous blonde’s footsteps after reportedly entering talks to replace Spears on the forthcoming third season of The X Factor.

Lindsay Lohan Headed to “Anger Management”

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This just in: LiLo has been ordered to enroll in Anger Management. Legal-addled actress Lindsay Lohan will guest star as herself in an upcoming episode of Anger Management, the FX series featuring her dear friend (and fellow Hollywood eff-up) Charlie Sheen.

Latest “Dancing with the Stars” Lineup Will be Announced Feb. 26

The next cast of fleet-footed celebrities to compete on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars will be revealed Feb. 26 on Good Morning America. The 16th season of TV’s top-rated dance competition series will kick off March 16 with a two-hour premiere episode, the network said Monday.

Ryan Seacrest Producing The Wanted Reality Show for E!

Modern day Renaissance Man Ryan Seacrest — the brain behind the Kardashian reality empire — is putting on his producer’s hat for a new E! docu-series starring pop boy bander The Wanted. The “I Found You” hitmakers — Max, Siva, Jay, Tom and Nathan — have signed up to star in a fly-on-the-wall reality show…

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“How I Met Your Mother” Ending in 2014

Get ready to say buh-bye to one of TV’s endearing comedies. CBS’ Emmy-winning How I Met Your Mother will close up shop next year, ending nine seasons of laughs for fans. The bad news here? Well, you’re probably not going to find out who the “Mother” is until the final episode is in the can.