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TV Land has canceled "Retired At 35." According to Deadline.com, the sitcom will not return for new episodes.
Starring Jessica Walter, Johnathan McClain and George Segal, the series followed a young man who quits his job and decides to live the retired life with his parents. The series did well in the ratings when it followed "Hot In Cleveland" in its first season with the premiere attracting more that 2 million viewers. However, the debut of its 10-episode Season 2 only had 600,000 viewers.
Request for comment from TV Land was not immediately returned.
TV Land recently renewed two comedies, "The Exes" and "The Soul Man."
Click over to Deadline.com for more. »
- Chris Harnick
Along with parades and football, one of Thanksgiving Day's most successful TV franchises is "The National Dog Show," airing Thursday (Nov. 22) right after the "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade" on NBC.
As he does every year, John O'Hurley (standing, above) joins canine expert David Frei (seated) and correspondent Mary Carillo to follow the competition at the annual event, taped earlier in November in Philadelphia.
This year, two new breeds join the field of 175 American Kennel Club-sanctioned breeds.
"There's the Russell terrier," says O'Hurley, "which is adorable. it's kind of a rounder version of the Parson Russell terrier. it's a cute dog."
Both the Parson Russell and Russell terriers (at right) are Akc-sanctioned variations of the popular Jack Russell terrier, which can come with a smooth or wiry coat, and long or short legs. Both take their name from British dog fancier the Rev. John "Jack" Russell (1795-1883), aka "The Sporting Parson. »
John O'Hurley played pompous CEO J. Peterman on "Seinfeld" and he's living large in real-life, too!The sitcom star and voiceover actor just listed his lavish 5,400-square-foot Beverly Hills home, for a whopping $6.5 million! It boasts 5 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. Our favorite feature of the Italian-inspired villa? The beautiful tree-lined entrance and gorgeous outdoor dining area!In addition to "Seinfeld," O'Hurley hosted "Family Feud" and appeared on the inaugural season of "Dancing With the Stars," where he finished a controversial second to Kelly Monaco.But he makes big bucks from his voiceover work -- everything from commercials to animated films to video games -- enough, apparently, to pay for a super nice pad.Click on the "Launch Gallery" button above to see all the photos!Interested in the listing? Contact Kathleen Wright at Coldwell Banker. Read more »
- tooFab Staff
The "Project Runway All Stars" season is upon us (premieres Thurs., Jan. 5, 9 p.m. Est on Lifetime), and while I'm so excited to see Mondo, Rami, Sweet P, Austin, Kenley and the gang try to make it work again, I can't help but think about what other reality competition shows are due for an all-star season of their own.
"Top Chef" has done it; "The Amazing Race" got its shot; "Survivor" and "Big Brother" routinely bring back winners and fan favorites; and Tyra Banks just had her favorite smizing runners-up back for more "America's Next Top Model."
So what other shows are deserving of the all-star treatment? Here are five I'd like to see ...
1. "The Real Housewives"
"Housewives" fans love to debate which city has the most drama, but nothing could ever top what would happen if Bravo plucked the biggest divas of the bunch, from all the show's many editions, »
- The Huffington Post
4 items from 2012
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