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  1. TBS Orders Cee Lo Green Reality Series

    9:54 am 5/10/2013

    "The Cee Lo Life" has been given a six-episode order.Read more

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  2. D.L. Hughley and Michael Ian Black to Host TBS' 'Trust Me, I'm a Game Show Host'

    10:25 am 4/23/2013

    The comedians have signed on to star in the Mark Burnett project about dueling emcees trying to deceive contestants.Read more

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  3. TBS' Bill Lawrence Pilot Sets 'Pitch Perfect' Reunion

    8:00 am 4/23/2013

    Alexis Knapp will reunite with Skylar Astin and join the comedy as a series regular.Read more

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  4. 'Last Comic Standing' Alum to Host TBS' Howie Mandel Hidden-Camera Show

    9:59 am 4/17/2013

    Theo Von will oversee "Deal With It," which bows July 16 on the Turner-owned cable network.Read more

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  5. THR Sets: Men at Work

    7:00 am 4/4/2013

    Danny Masterson, James Lesure, show creator Breckin Meyer and the cast of 'Men at Work' give us a tour of their set.Read more

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  6. TBS Renews 'Conan' Through 2015

    8:16 am 4/1/2013

    The cable network notes Conan O'Brien's late-night series scores the youngest median age of any other late-night talk show.Read more

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  7. 'Glee' Vet, 'Newsroom' Actor Join Bill Lawrence's TBS Comedy Pilot

    2:30 pm 3/15/2013

    James Earl and Rene Gube have been cast in "Ground Floor."Read more

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  8. TBS' 'Sullivan & Son' Promotes Pair for Season 2 (Exclusive)

    12:44 pm 3/6/2013

    Comedians Roy Wood Jr. and Ahmed Ahmed both recurred during the freshman season of the Steve Byrne starrer.Read more

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  9. Bill Engvall to Co-Star in TBS Comedy Pilot 'Do It Yourself'

    8:00 am 3/6/2013

    The comic will return to the network on which he starred in his own sitcom.Read more

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  10. Cable Execs Won't Duplicate 'House of Cards' Model, Still Want Water-Cooler TV

    4:18 pm 2/27/2013

    Speaking at the HRTS luncheon, A+E Networks' Nancy Dubuc, HBO's Michael Lombardo and Turner's Steve Koonin praise the bravery of Netflix but say their brands are committed to destination viewing such as "Game of Thrones" and "Hatfields & McCoys."Read more

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