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TV Land TV Show Ratings (updated 12/6/17)

Back in its early days, TV Land focused on airing classic TV shows. Then, they started their own scripted comedies starring classic television stars. Now, they've started focusing on producing "edgier" comedies. Is this a good move? Which shows will be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned to follow the ratings.Scripted TV Land shows listed: The Exes, Happily Divorced, Hot in Cleveland, Impastor, Jennifer Falls, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Lopez, Nobodies, Retired at 35, The Soul Man, Teachers, and Younger.Last updated: Most recent ratings added for Teachers.Read More…
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Exclusive Photo: Valerie Bertinelli is Cooking With New Book ‘Valerie’s Home Cooking’

Chicago – She has lived “One Day at a Time” and has come into a second act that really cooks. Valerie Bertinelli has gone from child star to recipe maven with her new book “Valerie’s Home Cooking,” named after her Food Network TV Show. She came to Chicagoland to promote the book on October 22nd, 2017.

Valerie Bertinelli at Anderson’s Bookshop in Downers Grove, Ill.

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Valerie Anne Bertinelli was born in Wilmington, Delaware, and after many moves her family ended up in Los Angeles, where she studied acting while in high school. After making an appearance on the series “Apple’s Way,” producer Norman Lear offered her a part on the 1970s sitcom “One Day at a Time” when she was 15 years old. Her co-stars were the Bonnie Franklin and MacKenzie Phillips, and the show lasted until 1984. Her post-”Day
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Valerie Bertinelli Says She Was ‘Unconsciously and Emotionally Eating’ But ‘I’ve Woken Back Up’

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Valerie Bertinelli Says She Was ‘Unconsciously and Emotionally Eating’ But ‘I’ve Woken Back Up’
Hosting a cooking show like Valerie’s Home Cooking means getting to eat the delicious meals prepared on set each day. But the Food Network show’s host Valerie Bertinelli, whose weight has fluctuated since she lost 40 lbs. on the Jenny Craig program, has discovered a happy medium between consuming all the food she cooks and skipping out entirely.

“I’ve learned to respect food and I’ve learned to not look at it as my enemy,” Bertinelli, 57, tells People. “And I’ve learned that food is love and to treat it respectfully and to really nourish your body with it,
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Celebrity Big Brother USA Just Got Another Very Arrogant, Interested Celebrity

Hey Big Brother fans. We've got a new report that recently came out for the upcoming Celebrity Big Brother USA edition. This one is actually from one of the wannabe celebrity contestants himself. Perez Hilton of Perezhilton.com recently created a new post titled, "Celebrity Big Brother America!" In the post, he revealed that he wants to definitely compete in the Celebrity Big Brother USA season that's scheduled to start in a few months. In a very cocky or confident manner. Whichever way you want to interpret it. Perez explained why he should definitely be chosen to appear on the show as well as why some other celebrities who have shown interest shouldn't be considered. He called former Nsync boy band member Lance Bass a very nice guy, but too vanilla to be on Big Brother. On the other hand, he said of himself that he's going to "deliver," and
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TV Land TV Show Ratings (updated 8/31/17)

Back in its early days, TV Land focused on airing classic TV shows. Then, they started their own scripted comedies starring classic television stars. Now, they've started focusing on producing "edgier" comedies. Is this a good move? Which shows will be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned to follow the ratings.Scripted TV Land shows listed: The Exes, Happily Divorced, Hot in Cleveland, Impastor, Jennifer Falls, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Lopez, Nobodies, Retired at 35, The Soul Man, Teachers, and Younger.Last updated: Most recent ratings added for Younger.Read More…
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Carol Burnett Chats With Kids in New Netflix Series — Watch a Teaser

Carol Burnett Chats With Kids in New Netflix Series — Watch a Teaser
Should we start calling it Burnettflix now?

Comedy legend Carol Burnett will be gracing Netflix with her regal presence in a new unscripted comedy series, A Little Help With Carol Burnett, the streaming service announced on Monday. In each half-hour episode, the TV veteran will be teamed up with a panel of kids from ages 4 to 8, and they’ll offer life advice to celebrities and everyday people in front of a live studio audience. The series is slated to debut in 2018.

RelatedAtypical Review: Netflix’s Autism Comedy Warms the Heart, Minus the Schmaltz

“Someone once asked me how old I am inside,
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Carol Burnett Sets TV Return With Comedic Kids’ Talk Show on Netflix

Carol Burnett is returning to TV.

The comedy legend will star in a new series for Netflix, “A Little Help With Carol Burnett,” which features Burnett chatting with kids in hilariously candid conversations, Variety has learned.

A Little Help With Carol Burnett” is an unscripted, 30-minute comedy series that will see Burnett and other celebrity guests sit down with a gaggle of kids, ages four to eight, to get pint-sized opinions on real-life issues that prove to be both funny and brutally honest. Through the unfiltered discussions, Burnett and her guests will reveal how a different generation solves life’s biggest dilemmas. Netflix has ordered 12 episodes. The series will film in front of a live studio audience.

“Someone once asked me how old I am inside. I thought about it, and came up with, ‘I’m about eight.’ So it’s going to be a lot of fun playing with kids my age,” Burnett
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Dave Foley Joins Misfits Remake Pilot

Dave Foley Joins Misfits Remake Pilot
Many of the characters in Freeform’s Misfits remake pilot have supernatural abilities. The one played by new cast addition Dave Foley (NewsRadio) really, really doesn’t.

Foley has joined the potential superhero drama as as series regular, our sister site Deadline reports. His character, Bernie, is a schlubby, desperate car-service driver who is clumsy and rather desperate.

Misfits, an adaptation of a British cult hit, centers on a group of young offenders in a community-service program who develop otherworldly powers after being hit by a mysterious electrical storm. The cast includes Ashleigh Lathrop (Sirens) as Alicia, a spoiled, vapid,
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Newswire: Alicia Silverstone doesn’t really get the big deal over Wonder Woman

Before it even hit theaters nationwide, Wonder Woman was inspiring (or provoking) a lot of strong reactions, both positive and negative. Now that it’s out, the responses remain pretty intense, whether they’re marveling at the woman-led superhero film, or trying to make a federal case of the woman-only screenings. But at least one person doesn’t quite understand what all the fuss is about. In an interview with Variety, Alicia Silverstone proved she was unfazed by the so-called “Wonder Woman effect.” For her, woman-led films are old hat.

Silverstone was promoting her new TV Land series, American Woman, along with her costar, Mena Suvari. The sitcom centers on a single mom (Silverstone), who’s struggling to raise her kids, but gets by with a little help from her friend (Suvari). American Woman is the latest in TV Land’s woman-led comedies, following Hot In Cleveland, which is presumably
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Revisiting Law & Order: Svu's The Bachelor-esque Episode, "Assaulting Reality"

Revisiting Law & Order: Svu's The Bachelor-esque Episode,
The future of a reality show (Bachelor in Paradise) remains in question after an alleged incident between contestants and a producer's actions shut production down and the cast scattering in the wind. Sound familiar? It should to Law & Order: Svu fans. NBC's long-running police drama took on reality TV and sexual assault in "Assaulting Reality," a season 17 episode. The episode starred Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish, Ice T, Peter Scanavino and Raúl Esparza, with guest stars The Secret World of Alex Mack's Larisa Oleynik, Hot in Cleveland's Wendie Malick and Family Ties veteran Michael Gross. In "Assaulting Reality," the detectives watched a fake reality show, Heart's...
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Valerie Bertinelli Defends 'Perfect' Selena Gomez Against 'Insane' Body Shamers

Valerie Bertinelli Defends 'Perfect' Selena Gomez Against 'Insane' Body Shamers
Valerie Bertinelli doesn’t mince words when it comes to people who criticize Selena Gomez’s figure.

“How insane are you to call that young woman — who is perfect — fat?” Bertinelli, 57, said while stopping by People Now. “That’s crazy.”

The Hot in Cleveland actress, who’s currently hosting Food Network’s Valerie’s Home Cooking, is referring to the body-shaming Gomez endured in response to pink bikini photos taken during the singer’s Mexico vacation in 2015.

Gomez, now 24, clapped back on Instagram (on which she is the most-followed user) with a photo captioned, “I love being happy with me yall #theresmoretolove.
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Adam Scott Comedy ‘Ghosted’ Gets Series Order, Will Shoot in L.A.

An “X-Files”-style comedy? It’s not too good to be true, and it will be shooting in Los Angeles! “Ghosted,” which stars “Parks & Recreation” favorite Adam Scott and perpetual scene-stealer Craig Robinson, has received a series order from Fox. One of this past pilot season’s hottest commodities, the single-camera project comes courtesy of writer Tom Gormican (“That Awkward Moment”), and will depict Scott as a “true believer” of the paranormal and Robinson, his skeptical counterpart, recruited by the Bureau Underground to investigate “unexplained” events happening in L.A., which may pose a threat to the human race. Greenstein/Daniel Casting, credited with casting TV Land’s Betty White-starrer “Hot in Cleveland,” is heading up casting duties. Both Scott and Robinson will pull double duty as executive producers, along with Gormican, Mark Schulman, Oly Obst, as well as showrunner Kevin Etten (“Workaholics,” “Scrubs”). On the studio front is 20th Century Fox TV,
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Exclusive Portraits, Audio: Ed Asner, TV Icon & Character Actor

Chicago – When Mary Tyler Moore passed away in January, it was another reminder of her groundbreaking 1970s TV series “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” One of her co-stars – who portrayed bossman Lou Grant, and made his own mark in TV and movies thereafter – was Ed Asner. The actor appeared at “The Hollywood Show.”

Ed Asner at The Hollywood Show in March of 2017

Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com

Edward Asner was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He began his acting career in the Army, touring in plays while in the Signal Corp. He attended the University of Chicago, and joined an early version of The Second City troupe, the Playwrights Theatre Company of Chicago (Asner is considered a Second City alumni). He was a consummate character actor in the 1960s, appearing in such diverse series as “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” “Route 66,” “The Untouchables,” “The Outer Limits,
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Insult comic Don Rickles dies aged 90

Martin Scorsese pays tribute: “It was like listening to a great jazz musician wail.”

Don Rickles, legendary comedian and actor, died on Thursday in Los Angeles of kidney failure. He was 90.

Born in New York City, Rickles began his career in nightclubs where he earned his reputation as an insult comic after his manner of responding to hecklers became as popular as the material itself.

Rickles’ career spanned more than six decades and included continued stand-up routines, acting in television and film, as well as regular appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Late Show with David Letterman.

The comedian may be best known to contemporary audiences as the voice of Mr. Potato Head in Pixar’s Toy Story films, including the latest instalment, Toy Story 4, due to hit theatres in 2019.

He got his break in the 1958 war film Run Silent Run Deep alongside Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster, followed by dramatic
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Don Rickles, 'insult comic', dies aged 90

Legendary comedian had roles in Toy Story and Casino.

Don Rickles, legendary comedian and actor, died on Thursday in Los Angeles of kidney failure. He was 90.

Born in New York City, Rickles began his career in nightclubs where he earned his reputation as an insult comic after his manner of responding to hecklers became as popular as the material itself.

Rickles’ career spanned more than six decades and included continued stand-up routines, acting in television and film, as well as regular appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Late Show with David Letterman.

The comedian may be best known to contemporary audiences as the voice of Mr. Potato Head in Pixar’s Toy Story films, including the latest instalment, Toy Story 4, due to hit theatres in 2019.

He got his break in the 1958 war film Run Silent Run Deep alongside Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster, followed by dramatic turns in The Rabbit Trap and X: The Man With The X-Ray Eyes
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Don Rickles, Legendary Insult Comic, Dies at 90

Don Rickles, Legendary Insult Comic, Dies at 90
Abrasive comic Don Rickles, the honorary Rat Pack member and celebrity roast guest whose career spanned six decades, has died. He was 90.

Rickles died Thursday morning at his home in Los Angeles from kidney failure, his longtime publicist Paul Shefrin confirmed. He would have turned 91 on May 8.

Though he appeared in films and on television, Rickles’ mainstay was always nightclub performances, appearing in Las Vegas and elsewhere into his late 80s. He also found late success as the voice of Mr. Potato Head in the “Toy Story” films, which were exceptional box office performers, and popped up frequently on latenight talkshows.

Rickles’ career had its ups and downs as comedic tastes changed, and his curmudgeonly persona was sometimes out of kilter with audience tastes, but he survived long after many of his contemporaries had disappeared into retirement. And when he was hot, he was a potent club headliner, insulting his
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Don Rickles, Legendary Insult Comic, Dies at 90

Abrasive comic Don Rickles, the honorary Rat Pack member and celebrity roast guest whose career spanned six decades, has died. He was 90.

Rickles died Thursday morning at his home in Los Angeles from kidney failure, his longtime publicist Paul Shefrin confirmed. He would have turned 91 on May 8.

Though he appeared in films and on television, Rickles’ mainstay was always nightclub performances, appearing in Las Vegas and elsewhere into his late 80s. He also found late success as the voice of Mr. Potato Head in the “Toy Story” films, which were exceptional box office performers, and popped up frequently on latenight talkshows.

Rickles’ career had its ups and downs as comedic tastes changed, and his curmudgeonly persona was sometimes out of kilter with audience tastes, but he survived long after many of his contemporaries had disappeared into retirement. And when he was hot, he was a potent club headliner, insulting his audience with his two key signature phrases
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Young & Hungry Sneak Peek: It's a Nice Day for a (Betty) White Wedding

Young & Hungry Sneak Peek: It's a Nice Day for a (Betty) White Wedding
It looks like Betty White has found a new pal (and a confidante) in Gabi Diamond.

RelatedYoung & Hungry Exclusive: Meet Sofia’s New (Yet Very Familiar) Man

The TV legend (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Golden Girls, Hot in Cleveland, etc.) makes a very special — and wonderfully weird — appearance in Monday’s belated Valentine’s Day episode of Young & Hungry (Freeform, 8/7c). But this time around, White is much more of a Blanche than a Rose, recalling the love-making skills of her many ex-husbands… including one who reminds her of the limp carrot Gabi is using to cook dinner.
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TVLine Items: Jane Leeves Heads Indoors, Ballers Return Date and More

TVLine Items: Jane Leeves Heads Indoors, Ballers Return Date and More
Jane Leeves is The Great Indoors‘ version of… Batman?

The Hot in Cleveland actress will guest-star on the CBS comedy as Sheryl, the seventh wife of Roland (Stephen Fry), TVLine has learned exclusively.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Jack (Joel McHale) is so wowed by Roland’s new bride — a wealthy world traveler/double PhD who earned her money by investing in various companies — that he refers to her as “Batman.”

Leeves’ episode is slated to air in late April/early May.

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Keith Cox Officially Given Reins at Spike TV, Sharon Levy Announces Departure

Keith Cox Officially Given Reins at Spike TV, Sharon Levy Announces Departure
Spike TV — on the cusp of becoming Paramount Network — has officially been put under the purview of TV Land president Keith Cox, and will officially be losing its executive vice president of original programming. As previously reported, Sharon Levy will be departing the network ahead of its rebranding.

Cox, whose title is president of development and production, will now oversee the strategic development and production of all series for both TV Land and the newly-announced Paramount Network (slated for early 2018). In his tenure at TV Land, he oversaw the development of multi-cam originals like “Hot in Cleveland” and the network’s more recent forays into single-cams like Darren Star’s “Younger.”

“Keith has done an incredible job in building TV Land’s slate of strong original scripted series over the last 10 years and reigniting the brand, and I’m thrilled to work with him as he continues to bring his strong creativity and unparalleled talent relationships to
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