This American Idol judge will no longer be a part of this show!
Even though he was a fixture on the long running reality television series!
Randy Jackson is finally hanging up his hat from American Idol after thirteen whole seasons on the show, and we'll definitely be sorry that Randy is leaving.
It hasn't been an overall exceptional last few months for Randy who has struggled through a myriad of problems.
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With summer coming to a close and fall rapidly approaching, people are already beginning to change gears by dusting off their old jackets and picking out their clever Halloween costumes!
But if we're being real here, we all know autumn is about one thing and one thing only. Pumpkin Spice Lattes!!
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Whoa! More like a Big BUCKS Theory!
CBS has just finalized a deal with Warner Bros. Television to keep The Big Bang Theory making people laugh for THREE MORE YEARS!
The huge deal must have cost the network a fortune but it's worth it to keep the 19-million-viewers-and-counting ratings giant on the air!
CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler explains the Big decision:
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Oh noes, things don't seem to be looking good for X Factor! We've yet to hear definitive word from the studio on whether the show will return next year. Perhaps it's too early to tell, perhaps they need to see how things fair with the finale to make an solid decision.
Still, while Fox has yet to renew the singing reality series for another season, Simon Cowell is optimistic with the show's future.
But his return to the judges table? Maybe not so much…
The judge said:
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Arrested Development fans were NOT happy when the CEO of Netflix, Reed Hastings, told the world there would only be one new season of the cult show.
It seems like Netflix took the hint because they've already backtracked on those comments!
Here's what a Netflix spokesperson said:
"I think we all knew it was lightning in the bottle that we pulled it all together. We're hopeful there will be more seasons. If anyone can pull it together, it's going to be Ted. But by no means is this the end of it. We're definitely planning to do more with them. We have first rights, so it's not like you'd see it anywhere else. We're absolutely hopeful there will be more."
The reason it may be so difficult to pull of more seasons of the show is because of the all star cast featured on the show.
The creator Mitch Hurwitz has previously said
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You had a good run, Dog!
After eight addicting seasons, A&E has decided to pull the plug on the hit reality show Dog The Bounty Hunter.
A source close to the titular bounty hunter has said the cancellation was due to "creative differences", while others allege the network was tired of constant legal problems stemming from the show.
Regardless of the reason, no one can deny his success in the world of reality television and we're sure people will remember him for years to come.
Or at least a year. LOLz!
Will U miss Dog hunting down wanted criminals on A&E every week?
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While many associate yawning with a certain level of tiredness, new research indicates that yawning could serve as a method for regulating brain temperature.
After studying the yawning frequency of 160 people in the winter and summer in Tucson, Ariz., Princeton University researchers found that participants were more likely to yawn in the winter as opposed to the summer.
The results have lead researchers to believe that a purpose of yawning may be to cool down our brains!
According to the thermoregulatory theory of yawning, our brains stay cool through a heat exchange with the air drawn in during a yawn. Summer temperatures warmer than our body heat don't provide the relief necessary for our overheated brains.
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