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  1. Howard Stern 'Is the Closest Thing to Simon Cowell,' Say 'America's Got Talent' Exec Producers

    5:00 am 5/10/2012

    UPDATED: Will the shock jock turn shock judge? FremantleMedia CEO Cecile Frot-Coutaz, who first approached Stern three years ago, and executive producer Ken Warwick tell THR why recruiting the radio giant was a no-brainer. Read more

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  2. Kristian Alfonso Inks New Deal to Remain With NBC's 'Days of Our Lives' (Exclusive)

    3:31 pm 5/9/2012

    The actress has played Hope on the long-running soap since 1984, with news of her deal coming the same day the show picked up a series record 15 Daytime Emmy nominations.Read more

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  3. NBC Pickups Continue With Series Order for Comedy From Jimmy Fallon

    2:27 pm 5/9/2012

    The multicamera comedy stars Jesse Bradford, Zach Cregger and Anthony Anderson. Read more

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  4. NBC Renews 'Law & Order: SVU,' Orders Dick Wolf's 'Chicago Fire' to Series

    10:16 am 5/9/2012

    "SVU" will return for a 14th season, while "Fire" stars "The Vampire Diaries' " Taylor Kinney and "House's" Jesse Spencer.Read more

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  5. 'The Voice's' Jermaine Paul: 'I Did My Job' for Blake Shelton

    8:24 am 5/9/2012

    The former back-up singer talks about his momentous journey on the NBC competition's second season.Read more

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  6. NBC's Reality Push: Eight Producers Sign New Deals

    4:00 am 5/9/2012

    In a bid to court talent and the viewers that could come with it, the network has inked development pacts with some of the industry's top unscripted producers.Read more

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  7. 'The Voice's' Tony Lucca on Christina Aguilera Criticism: 'I Saw It Coming'

    4:10 pm 5/8/2012

    The competitor weighs in on the coach's comments that his performance of Jay-Z's "99 Problems" was "derogatory to women."Read more

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  8. 'The Voice' Finals: 10 Things You Didn't See on TV

    10:50 pm 5/7/2012

    From when "I love you" isn't a good thing to when Jermaine Paul let the tears flow, here's what went down when the cameras weren't rolling during the NBC competition.Read more

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  9. NBC Orders White House Comedy '1600 Penn,' 'Animal Practice' to Series

    7:03 pm 5/7/2012

    The 20th Television-produced political comedy stars Bill Pullman and marks the second project with a "Book of Mormon" star attached that the network has picked up to series for the 2012-13 season.Read more

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