Bob Saget Book Due in 2014

NEW YORK (AP) — Bob Saget has a book coming out, and, yes, it may get dirty. The actor and standup comedian has a deal with It Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. It Books announced Tuesday that the book, Saget’s first, is currently untitled and is planned for early 2014. Saget, 56, has had […]

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'DWTS' and 'AFHV' Host Tom Bergeron (Photo: ABC)

‘DWTS: All-Stars’ Host Tom Bergeron: ‘I Felt Bad for Bristol’

Talk about having a fabulous fall TV season! Tom Bergeron won the Emmy for Best Reality Host for “Dancing with the Stars” and is now presiding over the show’s first-ever “All-Stars” season, as well as marking a 500-episode milestone on his other show: “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” He’s even been kissed on-camera by “DWTS All-Star” […]

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Ratings: ‘Once Upon a Time’ on Top; ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Down; CBS Takes Night

CBS took an overall win on Sunday night, while ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” took the night’s top ratings slot and NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice” returned to a low for series premieres, according to preliminary numbers.

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‘Allen Gregory,’ ‘Amazing Race’ Slip on Slow Night

By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Most programing took a hit Sunday night as the Thanksgiving weekend drew to a close, with Fox’s new animated series “Allen Gregory” and CBS’ reality standby “The Amazing Race” taking particularly big hits. Meanwhile, NBC took a predictable win for the night based on “Sunday Night Football,” according […]

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ABC’s ‘Once Upon a Time’ Starts Strong, Fox Wins Night

By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – ABC’s new fairytale drama “Once Upon a Time” got off to a strong start Sunday night, scoring the top ratings of any drama debut this fall, while Fox won the night overall thanks to the NFL and the World Series, according to preliminary numbers. Competing against both the […]

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Unfriendly Skies for ‘Pan Am’ as Ratings Fall

ABC’s “Pan Am” continues to encounter turbulence in the ratings. The high-flying series about sexy stewardesses in the swinging ’60s lost viewers again Sunday night — the third consecutive loss for the four-week-old show. All told, “Pan Am” has lost nearly half its viewers since it premiered Sept. 25. Back then, the series drew 11.063 […]

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