Tuesday, April 5, 2011

No Showtime on Netflix; Futurama Renewed; New Betty White

by Amy K. Bredemeyer

Tyra Banks is going to Harvard, if you didn't know. And, the business school there requires you to live on-campus... so if you're interested, hear Tyra talk about it for a minute or so here

Clarissa Now. Ever heard of it? It was meant to be a sequel to Clarissa Explains it All, but it never made it past the pilot. You can see the pilot now.

Retired at 35 got renewed, Hot in Cleveland's next season got extended, and TVLand picked up two MORE sitcoms. Getting busy over at that network!

Netflix and Showtime will no longer have an agreement, as Showtime wants people to subscribe to their network in order to see their shows.

Futurama got renewed for a 26-episode seventh season. The episodes will air in two batches of 13 each, one set in 2012 and one in 2013. 

The Paul Reiser Show will replace Perfect Couples starting Thursday, April 14th, at 8:30pm.

Elizabeth Taylor died of congestive heart failure at the age of 79.

The new ThunderCats has another video available if you're interested. 

In light of the nuclear problems in Japan, several countries have pulled episodes of The Simpsons that make jokes of nuclear meltdowns.

Wipeout Canada films in Argentina, along with a bunch of other countries' versions. You can read a little more about it here.

We're in the middle of CBS' "tweet week."

Betty White has another new show. This time she'll be pulling pranks on people. Look for it on NBC.
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