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That's So Raven: Orlando Brown Wants In On the New Series

Orlando Brown wants back on That's So Raven. Entertainment Weekly reports the actor wants to be involved in the upcoming Disney Channel revival series.In October, it was announced Raven-Symoné will be leaving her spot on The View to star in a spinoff of That's So Raven. The Disney sitcom starred Symoné as Raven Baxter, a teen psychic. The show, which also featured Brown, Kyle Massey, Anneliese van der Pol, and Rondell Sheridan, ended in 2007 after four seasons.Read More…
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That's So Raven: Disney Reviving Sitcom; Symoné to Exit The View

This is so very Raven. First of all, Raven-Symoné is leaving The View on ABC before the end of the year. What is more, she is doing so to revive her That's So Raven TV show for Disney Channel. The sitcom premiered on Disney in January 2003 and ran for four seasons, before being cancelled in November of 2007. The star broke the news this morning on The View.In That's So Raven, Symoné starred as Raven Baxter. The teen psychic frequently misinterpreted her visions and would get into wacky scrapes, trying to prevent them from coming true. Orlando Bloom, Kyle Massey, Anneliese van der Pol, Rondell Sheridan and T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh also starred.Read More…
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Madonna -- Katy Perry and Mommie Dearest in Concert (Video)

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[[tmz:video id="0_6szdic0q"]] Madonna rocked The Forum in L.A. Tuesday night, and there was a revelation during the concert ... Katy Perry has mother issues. Katy joined Madonna, as a bunch of stars cheered them on, including Aj McLean, Rondell Sheridan, Joe Walsh, Sean Hayes, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Liberty Ross, Kathy Griffin, Fergie and Queen Latifah. 57 ... pretty impressive.   [[tmz:video id="0_lowzzu3c"]] Read more
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'That's So Raven' Star -- Thank God Chris Dorner's Dead ... 'Cause People Thought I Was Him

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"That's So Raven" star Rondell Sheridan breathed a Huge sigh of relief when he found out Christopher Dorner was dead ... 'cause they look so much alike, Rondell says he was legitimately scared to go out in public. Rondell -- who played Raven Symone's dad on the Disney sitcom -- tells TMZ ... ever since the manhunt for Dorner began, he noticed people were giving him strange looks in public ... the kind of looks that say,
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Celebrity Birthdays: Robert DeNiro, Jennifer Lawrence & Andy Sandberg Celebrate Birthdays This Week

Celebrity Birthdays: Robert DeNiro, Jennifer Lawrence & Andy Sandberg Celebrate Birthdays This Week
Aug. 12: Actor George Hamilton is 73. Actress Jennifer Warren is 71. Singer-guitarist Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits is 63. Singer Kid Creole is 62. Actor Sam J. Jones ("Flash Gordon") is 58. Jazz guitarist Pat Metheny is 58. Actor Bruce Greenwood ("Thirteen Days") is 56. Country singer Danny Shirley (Confederate Railroad) is 56. Guitarist Roy Hay of Culture Club is 51. Rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot is 49. Actor Peter Krause is 47. Actor Michael Ian Black ("Ed") is 41. Actress Rebecca Gayheart is 41. Actor Casey Affleck is 37. Actress Maggie Lawson ("Psych") is 32. Actress Imani Hakim ("Everybody Hates Chris") is 19.

Aug. 13: Actor Pat Harrington is 83. Actor Kevin Tighe is 68. Actress Gretchen Corbett ("The Rockford Files") is 65. Actor Danny Bonaduce is 53. Actress Dawnn Lewis ("A Different World," "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper") is 51. Actor John Slattery is 50. Actress Debi Mazar is 48. Actress Quinn Cummings ("Family") is 45. Country singer Andy Griggs is 39. Drummer Mike Melancon of Emerson Drive is 34. Actress Kathryn Fiore ("Reno 911!") is 33. Singer James Morrison is 28.

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Filmmaker Offers Refund, Apology If You Don't Like His Movie

Filmmaker Offers Refund, Apology If You Don't Like His Movie
Pittsburgh — Dr. Ravi Godse is on call nearly 24/7 as a top internal medicine specialist in Pittsburgh, but he so loves writing, directing and starring in movies that he wants other people to love them, too.

And he is so convinced you'll love his third independent film being released on DVD on Tuesday, "Help Me Help You," that he's offering a money-back guarantee and a personal, e-mailed apology if you don't.

"These days, we are too busy and the money's too tight," said Dr. Ravi, as he likes to be called in person and as the recurring character in his films. "That's why I thought the apology was heartfelt. It's like, `I'm sorry, guys, that I couldn't entertain you.'"

Godse began making movies in 2004 and "Help Me Help You" is the first to see a limited release in theaters. It's being released on DVD by Monarch Home Entertainment and sold through Amazon and elsewhere,
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Three arrive as 'House' guests

A trio of actors have signed on to guest star on Disney Channel's upcoming series Cory in the House, a spinoff of the network's hit comedy That's So Raven.

George Takei, known for his role as Sulu on the original Star Trek, Don Stark, who played Bob Pinciotti on Fox's That '70s Show, and Lupe Ontiveros, who played Carlos Solis' mother on ABC's Desperate Housewives, are appearing on the series, which premieres at 9:30 p.m. Jan. 12.

Cory, which marks Disney Channel's first-ever series spinoff, features Raven's Kyle Massey and Rondell Sheridan reprising their roles as son and father Cory and Victor Baxter. The show finds the pair moving to the White House after Victor is hired as the personal chef to the newly elected president (John D'Aquino), now that Raven has gone off to college and mom Tanya has moved to the U.K. to finish law school.

Takei and Stark are appearing in the same episode, with Takei playing Ronald, the snooty head steward on Air Force One, and Stark playing Russian Prime Minister Schuzoff.

Hail to 'Cory' at Dis Channel

Hail to 'Cory' at Dis Channel
Disney Channel is set to go into production on its first series spinoff, Cory in the House, which features two characters from the network's hit comedy That's So Raven. In the series, Kyle Massey and Rondell Sheridan will reprise the roles they have played for the past four years -- Cory and Victor Baxter, a son and father now making the move to the White House. While Raven goes off to college and mom Tanya moves to the U.K. to finish law school, Victor is handpicked to be the personal chef to the newly elected president. He and Cory move into the staff quarters of the White House and must contend with characters including the president's sly 8-year-old daughter and his no-nonsense personal adviser.

143 markets take on 'Funny' business

143 markets take on 'Funny' business
October Moon Television said Monday that its syndicated comedy-reality strip That's Funny is expanding to 143 markets for its second season starting in September. The half-hour show, which is airing in early- and late-fringe time periods in more than 100 markets nationwide, features video clips and taped pranks, among other segments. Funny is produced by Vin Di Bona (America's Funniest Home Videos) and hosted by Rondell Sheridan (That's So Raven). The strip is being offered on a cash basis.

Dis' 'Raven' takes wing for Season 2

Dis' 'Raven' takes wing for Season 2
Disney Channel has picked up the freshman comedy That's So Raven for a second season. The show, which stars Raven (NBC's The Cosby Show) as a psychic teen who can see glimpses of the future and change the course of events, is set to begin production today on the new season. "Even before we launched this sitcom, we knew Raven and her fellow cast members were gems," said Gary Marsh, executive vp original programming and production at Disney Channel. "Each has their own brand of physical comedy, and together they are like The Carol Burnett Show meets In Living Color for kids and families." After a big launch in January, which posted records for a Disney Channel original series premiere in households (3.0 rating) and key demos including kids 6-11 (8.4) and tweens 9-14 (8.1), Raven has established itself as a hit for the channel, running neck and neck in the ratings with the juggernaut Lizzie McGuire. Co-starring on Raven, from Brookwell McNamara Entertainment and Disney Channel, are Orlando Brown, Anneliese van der Pol, Kyle Orlando Massey, T'Keyah Crystal Keymah and Rondell Sheridan. David Brookwell, Sean McNamara, Marc Warren and Dennis Rinsler are executive producing.

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