Wow! That's a lotta celebs!
What cause could bring together so many people?
Cancer and the fight against it, of course.
We previously mentioned that TONS of a-listers are going to join the Stand Up To Cancer telethon on September 7.
Well now we have proof that some of the biggest TV stars, including Hayden Panettiere, Lucy Liu, Joshua Jackson, and Mindy Kaling, are all in the fight together!
Check out the video (above) to try and spot some of your favorite celebs!
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In 2013 you won't need a Delorean to see Michael J. Fox star in a primetime TV series!
The actor, who got his start on Family Ties in the 80s, is planning a HUGE TV come-back, and all the networks want it!
Here's what we know about the show:
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It took a few years, but broadcast networks like ABC, FOX and NBC are FINALLY including a rating for content streamed online.
Welcome to the 21st century, folks!
The rating we're used to seeing on the upper left hand corner of the TV screen will now be seen on the computer screen as well and parent watchdog groups couldn't be happier. Jim Dyke, executive director of TV Watch praised the decision by saying:
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With finale season approaching, networks have slowly been announcing renewals, as well as new shows to be added to their lineups!
This afternoon, The CW announced 3 of its series that will be returning — Supernatural, 90210 … and The Vampire Diaries! Whoo!!!
But hold up! Wait a minute! Where does that leave
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We f***ing hope so! LOLz!
Today, broadcast networks are going in front of Supreme Court to argue that they shouldn't be scrutinized by the FCC.
Even though the Supreme Court ruled the FCC's ban on swearing to be "entirely rational" in 2009, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals is now saying that "the FCC policy was unconstitutionally vague."
AND given the fact that the U.S. Supreme Court does seem interested in expanding the First Amendment, it's quite possible that they might rule in favor of the networks.
Should be quite the f***in' day at Supreme Court! Ha!
We wish the networks luck with their cause!!!!!
[Image via WENN.]
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