Longtime Chuck fans will only be doing ONE thing tonight -
crying watching the show's two-hour series finale!
To get URself ready, check out the promo for this major TV event (above)!
Fare thee well, Chuck! See ya in syndication!!!!!
Will U miss Chuck when he's gone???
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Ricki Lake is coming back to daytime TV!
The syndicated The Ricki Lake Show was cleared in fifty percent of test markets across the country and will launch in September 2012.
The show will join newbies like Jeff Probst, Katie (Couric), and Steve Harvey. Ricki will be on Tribune Stations and will replace Anderson on WPIX.
The new incarnation is described as
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Boy, does he need this! The $$$ made in syndication could save him from the huge tax hole he has dug for himself!
Gordon Ramsay's wildly popular series, Hell's Kitchen, has just been bought for domestic syndication by Debmar-Mercury.
That means, like Golden Girls and Friends, you'll be able to watch it somewhere on your cable-box every single day of the week.
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In these hot summer days, housewives and college students are pumping up the A.C. and getting fixated on their TVs.
And what better to watch during the daytime than the trashy exploits of knocked up, unwed trailer park dwellers and transvestites on the prowl!
The ratings show that Maury Povich is kicking daytime TV ass this summer, beating out the likes of Ellen DeGeneres in syndication with his talk show Maury!
Hooray for corning the market on DNA testing! Boo for Ellen losing her audience just because her shows aren't as funny the second time around!
Oh, but don't be fooled! Though Maury has broken the top 20 syndicated shows this summer, there is one fierce bitch that rules supreme.
Bow down to Judge Judy, soap operas and game shows! She owns you all!
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Gay-oriented cable network Logo has acquired syndication rights for FX's medical drama Nip/Tuck.
The series, which ran for seven seasons, will air in three-episode stacks each week starting this October.
Logo's senior vice president of multiplatform programming Marc Leonard explains the network's choice to air the drama:
"The celebrity guests, moments of jaw-dropping outrageousness and honest depiction of its gay characters and their friends made the series a perfect fit for our audience. At the end of the day, we see it as a love story between two straight guys who are challenged by the family that they've created — and that's pretty fierce."
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