• Jay Leno close to signing with CNBC to host primetime car show

    Jay Leno left his post at The Tonight Show less than eight months ago, but the veteran comedian is already making plans to return to television. It seems Leno is about to ink a deal with CNBC to host a show about cars (his well-known passion) during primetime hours, not late night. This, according to The Hollywood Reporter, who say the 64-year-old host was courted by CNN, A&E, History and

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    Dan Harmon hasn’t signed on for Community’s new season, but he has a new Adult Swim show

    Dan Harmon, Community’s creator and executive producer, has still not officially signed on to work on the fourth season of the cult favorite. And when NBC’s chairman Bob Greenblatt was asked on Sunday if Harmon would return in that capacity, he said this: “I expect his voice to be part of it.” Add to that today’s news that Adult Swim has greenlighted Harmon’s animated series Rick & Morty, and it’s

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    It’s official: 30 Rock’s next season will be its last

    The upcoming season of 30 Rock will be the show’s last, NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt confirmed today. Rumors of the series’ end have been floating since the middle of last year, and when the show was renewed for a seventh season last week, we assumed it would be the last. In an NBC conference call just yesterday, however, Greenblatt still denied that that decision had been made. His announcement today

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