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Exclusive: Julianne Hough Talks Safe Haven

Exclusive: Julianne Hough Talks Safe Haven
Actress Julianne Hough discusses her role in the Nicholas Sparks adaptation Safe Haven, opening in theaters February 14

Julianne Hough's wide-ranging talents were first put on display as a dancer in shows like Show Me the Money and the ABC reality juggernaut Dancing with the Stars. It wasn't long before the silver screen came calling, as she landed roles in music-themed projects Burlesque, Footloose, and Rock of Ages. Julianne Hough's new drama Safe Haven gives fans both a glimpse at her dramatic acting chops, and a Nicholas Sparks adaptation that isn't just a straight-up romance.

The actress portrays Katie, a troubled young woman who flees from Boston to start fresh in a peaceful North Carolina town. When she finally starts to let her guard down, and gets closer with a local shopkeeper (Josh Duhamel), her dangerous past comes back to haunt her. I recently had the chance to speak
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GSN shows 'Money' in off-net buy

GSN shows 'Money' in off-net buy
GSN has acquired off-net rights to the William Shatner-hosted game show Show Me the Money from Disney-ABC Domestic Television (formerly Buena Vista Television).

GSN has acquired seven episodes of Money, including two that never aired during the show's short-lived run in ABC primetime late last year. Money is set to air on GSN at 8 p.m. Tuesdays starting June 12; the two never-before-seen episodes will air July 17 and 24.

" 'Show Me the Money' is the perfect marriage of a game show and a variety show," GSN senior vp programming Jamie Roberts said. "We think our viewers will enjoy this winning combination."

Money, produced by Endemol USA and executive produced by Mike Nichols, features Shatner as master of ceremonies with "million-dollar dancers" as his onstage helpers and spontaneous dance partners.

In the show, contestants answer a series of trivia questions; after each answer, they choose from among the 13 dancers holding a scroll with a dollar amount printed on it. If the contestant's answer to the question is correct, the dollar amount is added to their pot; for an incorrect answer, the dollar amount is subtracted from their winnings.

ABC shuffles Tues.-Wed. skeds

ABC shuffles Tues.-Wed. skeds
ABC continues to tinker with its Tuesday and Wednesday lineups.

The network has pulled the plug on quiz show Show Me the Money and the midseason drama Day Break and is moving the venerable America's Funniest Home Videos to Tuesdays.

Meanwhile, NBC has shut down production on the upcoming drama Raines.

Money and Day Break are taken off the schedule effective immediately. The network also has canceled its recent order for six additional episodes to the Endemol USA-produced Money, hosted by William Shatner.

According to the Tuesday and Wednesday scheduling moves announced this month by ABC, Money was supposed to move to the 8 p.m. Tuesday slot beginning Jan. 2.

That time period will now go to veteran America's Funniest Home Videos.

On Friday, Jan. 5, ABC will air repeats of According to Jim in AFHV's 8-9 p.m. slot.

Starting the following week, the network will air reruns of Grey's Anatomy at 8 p.m. and Brothers & Sisters at 9 p.m.

On Wednesday, ABC will air reruns of "Jim" and George Lopez in Day Break's 9 p.m. period for the rest of the year. The unaired episodes of the thriller starring Taye Diggs will run on ABC.com, with a new episode premiering every Wednesday.

ABC shuffles Tues.-Wed. skeds

ABC shuffles Tues.-Wed. skeds
ABC continues to tinker with its Tuesday and Wednesday lineups.

The network has pulled the plug on quiz show Show Me the Money and the midseason drama Day Break and is moving the venerable America's Funniest Home Videos to Tuesdays.

Meanwhile, NBC has shut down production on the upcoming drama Raines.

Money and Day Break are taken off the schedule effective immediately. The network also has canceled its recent order for six additional episodes to the Endemol USA-produced Money, hosted by William Shatner.

According to the Tuesday and Wednesday scheduling moves announced this month by ABC, Money was supposed to move to the 8 p.m. Tuesday slot beginning Jan. 2.

That time period will now go to veteran America's Funniest Home Videos.

On Friday, Jan. 5, ABC will air repeats of According to Jim in AFHV's 8-9 p.m. slot.

Starting the following week, the network will air reruns of Grey's Anatomy at 8 p.m. and "Brothers & Sisters" at 9 p.m.

On Wednesday, ABC will air reruns of "Jim" and George Lopez in Day Break's 9 p.m. period for the rest of the year. The unaired episodes of the thriller starring Taye Diggs will run on ABC.com, with a new episode premiering every Wednesday.

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