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  1. 'Weird Loners' Canceled at Fox

    5:00 am 5/11/2015

    The rookie comedy will not live to see another season.Read more

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  2. 'American Idol' Ending With Season 15

    5:00 am 5/11/2015

    Fox renews the aging competition — and the contracts for judges Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr. — for its final season. Read more

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  3. 'Last Man Standing' Renewed at ABC

    5:27 pm 5/10/2015

    The 20th Century Fox Television comedy will be back for a fifth season with a new showrunner.Read more

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  4. TV Upfronts: Watch Trailers for NBC's New Shows (Video)

    9:00 am 5/10/2015

    Get a first look at Wesley Snipes' new drama, Neil Patrick Harris' variety show and more.Read more

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  5. TV Upfronts: NBC Gives New Dramas Post-'Voice' Slot, Shifts Comedy to Friday

    9:00 am 5/10/2015

    Neil Patrick Harris variety show 'Best Time Ever' bows Tuesdays, while 'The Blacklist' stays put to launch new series on Thursday. Read more

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  6. TV Upfronts: Who's Up, Who's Down, Who's Desperate

    8:00 am 5/10/2015

    Fox plots 'Idol' endgame, ABC courts more diversity and NBC wipes its slate clean (again) as the $9 billion ad scramble hits NYC.Read more

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  7. TV Upfronts: Fox Execs on 'American Idol's' Fate, 'Empire' Season 2 Plans, More '24'

    9:33 am 5/9/2015

    Ahead of their pitch to ad buyers, Dana Walden and Gary Newman provided details on 'Idol's' send-off plans and the future of 'X-Files' and '24.'Read more

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  8. Fox's 'Lucifer' Taps 'White Collar' Alum as Showrunner

    8:00 am 5/9/2015

    Joe Henderson will oversee the network's new DC Comics series.Read more

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  9. 'Undateable' Renewed for All-Live Third Season

    8:48 pm 5/8/2015

    Becoming the network's longest-running current comedy series.Read more

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  10. NBC Adds Dramas 'The Player,' 'Game of Silence,' Renews 'Night Shift'

    8:30 pm 5/8/2015

    All three dramas hail from Sony Pictures Television, which also supplies NBC with hit 'The Blacklist.'Read more

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