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Posts Tagged ‘Showtime’s’

Watch the Box: Changes, Ch-ch-ch-changes

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CMT has ordered 6 episodes of Gone Country. Bobby Brown, Carnie Wilson, Dee Snider, Diana DeGarmo, Julio Iglesias Jr, Maureen McCormick and Sisqo are slated to see if who can become the next big country superstar. Barry Gibb made a country album, you know. So did Ray Charles, not that any of these could ever be a back-up singer for Charles.

Toni Collette will star in Showtime’s new Steven Spielberg comedy pilot, The United States of Tara, Her character is a wife and mother to two teenagers, and she’s got multiple personalities. Suburban Sybil.

44 Blue has an reality series for A&E called L.A. Gang Unit where cameras follow the members of the Gang Task Force, who work primarily in South Central LA. Remember when Mitchell Koss’s LA County Jail doc. was too strong for Nat’l Geographic? No, you don’t.

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NBC Wants A MySpace All It’s Own

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NBC is supposed to be creating social networking communities for its major TV shows, according to Techcrunch, which linked to a cache file of a now-deleted post by Sab Kanaujia, vice president of digital innovation at NBC Digital Media. From the post:

NBCU is building a core social networking platform that will provide various tools and functionality on all our major properties to enable users to self-express and find, interact and share with other like-minded users. There is no reason why users should go to/create ‘The Office’ community on MySpace when NBCU has the competitive advantage and the ability to provide a differentiated experience on NBC.com.

FBLA wonders if he talks in corporate lingo as well. And as for those users who’ll come running to NBC–(a) MySpace is already up and running and if you have a zillion friends, you’re not likely to transfer them all to the “official” Office site and (b) people who want to build an Office tribute site don’t want corporate attorneys breathing down their cybernecks every time they post something.

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