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Calm down - it's not Sex & The City. You'll still get to see those
butchered within 20 mins of its life on your favorite basic cable network.
No, HBO has decided they aren't making enough money off of having Curb Your Enthusiasm and Entourage in syndication, so they are pulling the series from being distributed by Warner Bros.
However, you'll still be able to catch Curb Your Enthusiasm on TV Guide Channel and Entourage on Spike.
- Kelly Ripa revealing to TV GUIDE who her FAVORITE guests on her show have been!
… Her dream guest that has NOT been on? Barbra Streisand!
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Sorry Snooki…Jersey Shore may be a big deal now, but scripted TV show casts are still America's favorites.
According to TV Guide's new poll of America's Favorite TV Casts Of All Time, the top Comedy cast of all time is Friends, followed by Seinfeld and MASH.
As far as Drama is concerned, The West Wing took the #1 spot, followed by LOST and ER.
No surprises here…these were all some seriously popular and influential shows.
Do U agree with America's All-Time Favorite TV Cast choices?
Now this is interesting.
Earlier this week, TV Guide Canada quoted Ed O'Neill saying that Jane Lynch didn't deserve her Emmy she won for Glee.
After a wildfire of fury and backlash, Ed cleared things up by claiming he was misquoted, which seemed to resolve things between everyone.
But now, TV Guide has released their own statement and apology, which includes the orignal transcript of Ed's interview. It reads:
Earlier this week, TV Guide Canada published a story misquoting Ed O’Neill’s recent comments about Jane Lynch’s Emmy win. Our writer did not mean to misrepresent Mr. O’Neill or anyone else involved in the story. He and TV Guide Canada sincerely apologize for this error.
Mr. O’Neill’s real quote is as follows:
“I’m one of Jane Lynch’s biggest fans. I love Jane Lynch. She is a genius. But at the same time I said ‘Sofia could win’ because … and I’ve only seen Glee a couple of … I’ve only seen Glee once. But I thought Jane’s role is rather one-dimensional. It’s kind of strident. It’s always kind of the same. I’ve seen her be much better. So I thought ‘Sofia’s funnier,’ and I think she is in these two comparative roles. Anyway, Jane won. But I was hoping that Sofia would.”
Ah! So the word "could" was misconstrued as "should"…but at the same time, essentially he is saying that his co-star his "funnier" than Jane, implying that Sofia "should" have won instead of Jane.
We guess it's all how you look at it. All semantics, really.
What do U think?
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