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  1. TBS Cancels Cee Lo Green's 'The Good Life'

    12:45 pm 9/2/2014

    The unscripted series will not return for a second seasonRead more

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  2. TNT/TBS Chief Michael Wright to Exit

    3:14 pm 8/28/2014

    A search for a new programming president is under wayRead more

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  3. CBS' 'Mom' Gets Four-Week Preview on TBS

    10:56 am 8/19/2014

    Executive producer Chuck Lorre hopes the sampling will help boost the sophomore comedyRead more

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  4. 'CeeLo Green's The Good Life': TV Review

    6:13 pm 6/21/2014

    The eccentric performer has reunited with the Goodie Mob for a series that promotes their comeback album, while showing off Green's wealth and success.Read more

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  5. 'Funniest Wins': TV Review

    8:00 am 6/20/2014

    Marlon Wayans hosts and mentors a group of up-and-coming comedians, who are from both stand-up and viral video backgrounds. Read more

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  6. 'King of the Nerds' Renewed for Third Season at TBS (Exclusive)

    8:00 am 6/2/2014

    The reality competition series hosted by Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong will be back with another round of eight episodes.Read more

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  7. TBS Cancels 'The Pete Holmes Show' After Two Seasons (Exclusive)

    10:33 am 5/23/2014

    UPDATED: The late-night talk show will end its run in June after more than 70 episodes. Read more

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  8. ‎Turner Upfront: TNT Execs Stress New 'Edgier' Strategy, Need for 'Change'

    8:44 am 5/14/2014

    Programming honcho Michael Wright used his upfront platform to lay out his plan for bolder, younger-skewing series.Read more

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  9. TV Upfronts: TNT, TBS Developing Projects From Joe Carnahan, Steve McPherson, 'Office' Alums

    6:30 am 5/14/2014

    TNT will undergo a brand refresh with a new tagline as the drama-themed network courts younger viewers.Read more

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  10. Conan O'Brien Re-Ups at TBS Through 2018

    6:30 am 5/14/2014

    The news to stay the course comes as rivals NBC, CBS and Comedy Central have undergone dramatic shifts to their late night lineup.Read more

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