Saturday, November 20, 2010

Top Stories Of The Week - Nov. 15th 2010

Here are the top stories that burned up the live wire this week….

- FOX announces its mid-season schedule.
“Glee” stays put, “Idol” moves and “Running Wilde” runs out of time.

-"American Idol" to change things up next season. 
New format, new day, new judges…same hour long results show.

-Ryan Reynolds named “Sexiest Man Alive," by People.
The “Green Lantern” star sees his stock on the rise as he becomes the magazine’s 25th “Sexiest Man Alive.”

- White powder scare at "Dancing With The Stars."
Envelope rumored to have been addressed to Bristol Palin later found to have talcum powder in side of it causes a scare.

-CBS cancels "Medium."
After CBS cut its episode order back to 13, you didn’t really need to be a psychic to see this coming.

-Pierce Brosnan to return to television.
“Remington Steele” and James Bond leading man to produce and star in a new show for Sony about a problem solver for hire.

-Carey Mulligan cast in "Great Gatsby" remake -
Oscar nominated actress to play Daisy in Baz Luhrman’s highly anticipated “Great Gatsby” remake.

-First trailer for Matt LeBlanc's new series released.
In the series entitled “Episodes,” Matt LeBlanc plays himself planning a comeback by starring in a show adapted from British series.

-"Dark Blue" canceled by TNT.
Jerry Bruckheimer’s cable series starring Dylan McDermott not renewed for a third season.

-Kelsey Grammer & Gus Van Sant team for "Starz" drama.
Two award winning Hollywood powerhouses combine for “Boss,” a new take on “King Lear.”


- Trailer released for "Family Guy's" third "Star Wars" spoof.

The final film in the popular parody series will end after the show’s take-off on “Return of the Jedi” hits DVD on December 21st.