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Playboy Magazine Relocating to Los Angeles

The longtime Chicago, IL offices of Hugh Hefner's empire are set to move west in May 2012.

NBC’s ‘Rock Center’ Ratings on Par With Canceled ‘Playboy Club’

The newsmagazine struggles to find its audience, pulling low numbers in the key 18-49 demo.

Lackluster Responses to ‘Prime Suspect,’ ‘Hart of Dixie,’ ‘Revenge’ Promotional Campaigns Suggest Shows in Trouble: Study

According to TiVo, the only new series with lower promo conversion rates -- Charlie's Angels and H8R -- have already been canceled.

Music Producer Richard Marx: ‘The Playboy Club’ Felt ‘Doomed From the Start’

The singer, songwriter and performer, who is releasing a Christmas EP this holiday, served as a music producer on the now-cancelled NBC show.

What to Expect From Brian Williams’ ‘Rock Center’

The newsmagazine will inherit the canceled "Playboy Club's" timeslot, but it should not be considered "filler," executive producer Rome Hartman tells the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter.

‘The Playboy Club:’ Eddie Cibrian Injured on Set

The actor receives stitches in his Achilles Tendon the same day NBC announces it's canceling the show.

‘Pan Am’ Picked Up by Germany’s ProSiebenSat.1

ABC's period airline drama starring Christina Ricci, Margot Robbie and Michael Mosley is also slated for air in the U.K., France, Canada, Spain, Japan and Australia.

Hugh Hefner Speaks Out About ‘Playboy Club’ Cancellation

"I'm sorry" the show didn't find an audience, he tweets, adding that it should have been on a cable network instead of broadcast.

Parents Television Council ‘Pleased’ With ‘Playboy Club’ Cancellation

The group had campaigned against the NBC show since May.

‘Playboy Club’ Cancellation: What Hollywood, Viewers Are Saying

The struggling NBC drama was the season's first cancellation.

NBC Cancels ‘The Playboy Club’

UPDATED: Brian Williams' "Rock Center" will air in its place beginning Oct. 31 following three weeks of "Prime Suspect" repeats.

TV Ratings: ‘House’ Return Declines, ‘Playboy Club’ Continues to Dip

CBS' "Two and a Half Men" down 18 percent in its third week, but is still Monday's most-watched and highest-rated program.