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<p>Matthew Perry on &quot;Go On.&quot;</p>

Matthew Perry on "Go On."

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NBC cancels Matthew Perry's 'Go On'


NBC cancels Matthew Perry's "Go On"

The former "Friends" star is getting canceled again. "Go On's" ratings didn't impress NBC after a solid debut.


"24" revival could be more like "13"

Fox is eyeing a 13-episode order for the Jack Bauer series.


Parker Posey won't be part of NBC's "The Family Guide"

Her role will be recast.


"True Blood" shows off Season 6 photos

New pics include Bill, Sookie, Eric and some of the new cast.


TBS orders "Ground Floor" from "Cougar Town" creator

Bill Lawrence is reuniting with his former "Scrubs" star John C. McGinley for the workplace comedy.


Al Michaels charged with DUI

The "Sunday Night Football" star was charged today with two counts of misdemeanor DUI stemming from his April 19 arrest.


TNT orders "Inside Job" reality show

Four potential executives will compete for a job, with one of them being a spy already working for the company.


Stephen Colbert's book club launches with a revival of "Reading Rainbow"
LeVar Burton was there to give Colbert some reading advice.

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<p>Ryan Gosling</p>

Ryan Gosling

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WB picks up Ryan Gosling's 'How to Catch a Monster' with Christina Hendricks

The Cannes market is underway before the Croisette even heats up

The Cannes market has landed its first sale before anyone has even arrived in the south of France as Ryan Gosling's "How to Catch a Monster," which is currently filming, has been acquired by Warner Bros. for domestic release.

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<p>USA&nbsp;says the next season of &quot;Burn Notice&quot;&nbsp;will be the last one.</p>

USA says the next season of "Burn Notice" will be the last one.

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USA says 'Burn Notice' will end this summer

Spy drama's seventh and final season debuts in June

USA has announced that the upcoming seventh season of "Burn Notice" will be the show's last.

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'Burn Notice' to end with the upcoming Season 7


"Burn Notice" to end with the upcoming Season 7

Next season will be the USA drama's last as it crosses the 100-episode mark. But creator Matt Nix isn't done with USA. He's developing a drama about an ER doctor called "Complications."


NBC picks up "Chicago P.D.," a spinoff of "Chicago Fire"
The spinoff will follow the uniformed cops and "Intelligence Unit" of Chicago's police department.

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<p>Leonardo DiCaprio in &quot;The Great Gatsby&quot;</p>

Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Great Gatsby"

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Tell us what you thought of 'The Great Gatsby'

F. Scott Fitzgerald hits theaters this weekend...in 3D

Baz Luhrmann's long-awaited spin on F. Scott Fitzgerald makes its way to theaters today in advance of Cannes opening night festivities next week. I was charmed and quite liked it. Drew McWeeny had a lot of beef with it. And the critics in general reflect that split so far. (Here is our new 3-on-3 feature offering up some industry analysis of the film.) Now, though, it's time for you to get a look, and I'll of course be curious to see how you find it. So when and if you get around to seeing it this weekend, head on back here with your take. And as always, feel free to vote in our poll below.

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<p>Phil Keoghan greets Bates &amp; Anthony on &quot;The Amazing Race&quot;</p>

Phil Keoghan greets Bates & Anthony on "The Amazing Race"

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Interview: Bates & Anthony talk 'The Amazing Race'

This season's winners joke a lot about intellectual deficiencies
Don't expect any enlightenment from my exit interview with "Amazing Race" winners Bates & Anthony Battaglia.
 
The hockey-playing brothers, who won five Legs during this season's Race, were easily the most physically dominant team on the course and they were able to overcome a few mental blunders, including Anthony's ongoing struggles identifying chartreuse jelly at a Detour in Belfast. They also won fans with their goofy, self-deprecating humor.
 
If you like that kind of thing, there's a lot of that goofiness in this interview, which led me to suggest that the guys possibly may have had a late night celebrating their victory before doing early interviews. 
 
Click through for banter, and only a tiny bit of substance, in the final exit interview of this "Amazing Race" season...
 
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<p>Masterchef</p>

Masterchef

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Fox picks up 'Junior Masterchef,' Gordon Ramsay's 5th show for the network


Fox picks up "Junior Masterchef," Gordon Ramsay's 5th show for the network
Kid chefs between the ages of eight and 13 will compete before judges, including Ramsay.


Syfy renews "Defiance"
A 13-episode 2nd season will air next year.


TBS orders "The Cee Lo Life"

Cameras will follow Cee Lo Green as he lives a busy life.


AMC releases the first "The Walking Dead" Season 4 photo
Production on the 4th season began this week.


"Community" might be saved by a slight bump in its season finale ratings

There is talk of a shorter final season. PLUS: What a letdown!, and why NBC will probably renew "Community."


NBC picks up Blair Underwood in "Ironside" and "Scrubs" creator's "Undateable"
"Ironside," a remake of the 1970s series, puts Underwood in a wheelchair. Bill Lawrence's "Undateable" stars Chris D'Elia, who became available yesterday with "Whitney's" cancelation.


"90210's" Shenae Grimes weds
Grimes, 23, tied the knot with musician Josh Beech today in England.

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<p>Meryl&nbsp;Streep and Julia Roberts in &quot;August:&nbsp;Osage County&quot;</p>

Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts in "August: Osage County"

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'August: Osage County' trailer puts Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts front and center

Will it be a dual Best Actress showcase or will someone get the supporting scoot?

I saw "August: Osage County" on Broadway back in 2008, I think it was, and like most who saw Tracy Letts' dissection of an Oklahoma family, I was moved and caught under the spell of a playwright at the top of his craft. A film adaptation was inevitable, and a stellar cast was, too. That's what we're getting later this year in the form of John Wells' take on the material, a film that will no doubt be a fixture in the awards season with the Oscar-savvy Harvey Weinstein and Hollywood golden boy George Clooney leading the charge.

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<p>Kerry Washington</p>

Kerry Washington

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'Scandal' has its best-ever ratings


"Scandal" has its best-ever ratings

This week's ratings were up 23%, beating everything on network TV last night except for "The Big Bang Theory."


Arya is the fastest-rising baby name for girls

The U.S. Social Security Administration says the "Game of Thrones" name jumped from 711 in 2011 to 413 in 2012.


Adult Swim announces 6 new shows, including "Mike Tyson Mysteries"
Also added: "Community" creator Dan Harmon's "Rick and Morty."


"The Young and the Restless" to pay tribute to Jeanne Cooper

Cast members and Cooper's friends and family will share memories of the iconic soap star on a special edition of the soap on May 28.


Will Heather Morris be back on "Glee" next season?
Due to her pregnancy, she may be a series regular in Season 5.


Zooey Deschanel without the bangs

Does she look unrecognizable?


Ricky Gervais bringing "The Office's" David Brent to YouTube

David Brent will offer monthly guitar lessons.


Jimmy Kimmel presents more celebrities reading mean tweets
The 4th edition includes Kelly Ripa, Andy Samberg and Elisabeth Moss.

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Léa Seydoux in "Blue is the Warmest Color."
Léa Seydoux in "Blue is the Warmest Color."
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Cannes Check 2013: Abdellatif Kechiche's 'Blue is the Warmest Color'

Continuing our cheat sheet for the Cannes Competition

(Welcome to Cannes Check, your annual guide through the 20 films in Competition at next month's Cannes Film Festival, which kicks off on May 15. Taking on a different selection every day, we'll be examining what they're about, who's involved and what their chances are of snagging an award from Steven Spielberg's jury. We're going through the list by director and in alphabetical order -- next up, Abdellatif Kechiche's "Blue is the Warmest Color.")

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<p>Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine had a contest at the press day for 'Star Trek Into Darkness' to see who could look more like the 'Mad' magazine drawing of themselves. The winner? Everyone.</p>

Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine had a contest at the press day for 'Star Trek Into Darkness' to see who could look more like the 'Mad' magazine drawing of themselves. The winner? Everyone.

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Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine will definitely do 'one more' after 'Star Trek Into Darkness'

The actors talk about owning the iconic roles now

I'm really sorry I couldn't get away to be the one in London interviewing the cast and crew of "Star Trek Into Darkness" for HitFix, but if we had to send someone else, I'm glad we sent Guy Lodge.

I got to spend some time with Guy earlier this year at Sundance, and one of the many reasons I'm proud to be a part of Team HitFix is because we've got Guy writing film reviews for us. Guy is a very smart, very English critic, and having his voice in the mix with mine and with Greg's and with Kris Tapley's is part of what makes our site what it is. Guy will be handling a lot of our Cannes reviews this year (I won't be making the trip, unfortunately) and Greg Ellwood will also be there.

Guy sat down with, among others, the one-two punch of the day, Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine. I look at these guys and it seems to me like someone grew them in a lab, specifically to be the stars of "Star Trek."

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<p>Joel McHale and Alison Brie in the &quot;Community&quot;&nbsp;season finale.</p>

Joel McHale and Alison Brie in the "Community" season finale.

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Season finale review: 'Community' - 'Advanced Introduction to Finality'

Jeff prepares to graduate, and visitors from the Darkest Timeline try to stop him

A review of tonight's "Community" season finale coming up just as soon as I give you proof of inseam...

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