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Fuller: Has He Had His Fill of ‘Heroes’?

UPDATE: "Yes, I’ve left ‘Heroes’ to concentrate on my development. It’s a bummer and I’m sad to go, but NBC wants me to focus on development, which is very exciting," Fuller told TVWeek’s Vlada Gelman. Bryan Fuller has apparently left…

Now Is The Time, ABC is The Place… for the Re-Org We’ve All Known Was Coming

UPDATE: It’s happened. After months of speculation, ABC chief Steve McPherson may finally be ready to reveal the details of his reorganized network-studio structure. According to two people familiar with the situation, an announcement on who’s doing what at the…

It’s the End for ‘Earl’

"My Name is Earl" will not go on. Here’s the statement from 20th Century Fox TV: "Greg Garcia’s brilliant My Name is Earl kept America laughing for the past four seasons and certainly deserved to continue for many more. While…

J-Lev, The WB Reunite for ‘The Lake’

TheWB.com is getting into business with Jordan Levin, former chief executive officer of the website’s predecessor, The WB network. Levin, along with his Generate partners Pete Aronson and Michael Petok, will executive produce a "Dawson’s Creek"-style coming-of-age drama called "The…

Did Brian Williams Bow Before Obama?

Matt Drudge is currently having much fun with the videoclip below from last night’s Brian Williams exclusive with President Obama. "NBCNEWS ANCHOR BOWS BEFORE PRESIDENT?," Drudge asks. It looks more like a healthy nod to us, but judge for yourself. …

The Inevitable Twitter TV Project

File this one under #jumpingonthebandwagon. Or, possibly, #aheadofthecurve. “The Biggest Loser” producer Reveille and Brillstein Entertainment Partners are developing a reality TV show concept built around Twitter, the fast-growing microblogging service. The two companies announced their plans Monday, saying they…

Here it Is: The CBS Schedule

CBS is shifting first-year hit “The Mentalist” to Thursdays and slightly shaking up its Monday comedy lineup. The generally stable network is taking a couple of dice-rolls next season, though compared to ABC and NBC, promises to be an island…

Heeeeeere’s…Oprah?

Before NBC asked Jay Leno to host a 10 p.m. weeknight show, Jeff Zucker says he asked Oprah Winfrey to go primetime for the Peacock. That’s according to TVWeek’s Jon Lafayette, who just got out of an NBC roundtable with…

Chuck Me? Chuck You!

NBC is crediting “fans and TV critics” for helping to save “Chuck.” And the network showed its appreciation for the effort by letting the New York Times break the news that Subway had come on board as a new mega-sponsor…

Chuck: Mondays. 8. Post-Olympics.

NBC is keeping “Chuck” on Monday nights, but fans will have to wait to see the show. The series won’t return until after the Olympics, the network is expected to announce later this morning. The New York Times just reported…