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‘666 Park Avenue,’ ‘Last Resort’ Won’t Return for Second Seasons

'666 Park Avenue' and 'Last Resort'

ABC has pulled the plug on freshman dramas 666 Park Avenue and Last Resort. Despite 666's lead-in from hit show Revenge, neither newcomer could recover from their unimpressive debuts (Last Resort had an even trickier time doing so up against The Big Bang Theory and The X Factor). On the upside, the network will air all thirteen episodes for both shows as planned.

So far, ABC has only greenlit renewals for shows Nashville and The Neighbors.

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Vinamor wine aerator review

Vinamor review

The Vinamor wine aerator, the concept of Gary DeJohn, was featured on ABC's Shark Tank with an impressive demo that showcased just how well the product can bring out all the flavors of a just-opened bottle of wine. The Vinamor has a stainless steel filter and a glass sphere that work together to aerate your wine. It sits atop your wine glass, and as you pour wine through the filter, it's exposed to the large surface area of the glass sphere, which in turn softens tannins and brings out flavor while the filter catches and sediment that may be present. Or, at least, that's the promise. How well does the $40 Vinamor actually perform? Join us in our full Vinamor review for our thoughts.

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Nicollette Sheridan Granted ‘Desperate Housewives’ Retrial

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Television, Legal Issues, Rivalries,

Nicollette SheridanNicollette Sheridan has been granted a retrial in her case against Desperate Housewives.

The actress claims she was wrongfully dismissed from the show following arguments with its creator, Marc Cherry, but the first trial ended in a hung jury. The program's makers, ABC Entertainment and Disney, asked the judge to dismiss the case based on evidence that surfaced during trial earlier this year, but a judge has ruled in favor of a retrial.

The new trial is set for September 10, but Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elizabeth Allen White urged them to end the case privately on Wednesday morning. "I very, very strongly urge you to continue settlement discussions," she said.

Nicollette is seeking $5.7 million in damages and $35,000 in sanctions from ABC Entertainment for her treatment on the series, which saw her character, Edie Britt, killed off in season five by being electrocuted. The jury were deadlocked at eight to four in Nicollette's favour during the first trial, which would appear to put her in a strong position to triumph if the case is retried.


Dancing With the Stars 12: Finale

Dancing With the Stars 12 - Chelsea Kane, Kirstie Alley, Hines Ward

Hines Ward, Chelsea Kane and Kirstie Alley, together with their partners, each gave the Monday performance round of Dancing With The Stars their all. But only one of them could win, and ABC revealed which one would take the mirror ball home on Tuesday night…

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Dancing With the Stars 12: Week 9 Elimination

Dancing With the Stars 12 - Ralph Macchio and KarinaDancing With the Stars said good-bye to another star on Tuesday, leaving the season with only three contenders for the mirror ball. The tense elimination began with Kirstie Alley, Ralph Macchio, Chelsea Kane and Hines Ward. Hines scored two perfect 30s during the Monday performances, wowing the judges and the watching crowd, but Chelsea Kane scored first place for her cha-cha.

And in the end, Ralph Macchio just didn’t get enough votes to win a place in the finale. Kirstie, Hines and Chelsea will dance it out to see who claims the mirror ball. Kirstie’s partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy has never won the trophy and the title, so he’s sure to pull out all the stops for their routine next week.

Read our Dancing With the Stars 12 posts to get all the elimination recaps.

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Dancing With the Stars 12: Week 8 Elimination

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Dancing With the Stars is Foxtrotting closer to crowning a winner every week… and that means every week brings a new elimination. An injured Ralph Macchio did the worst in Monday night’s scoring round, but was it enough to get him sent home? Keep reading to get the week 8 elimination results…

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Dancing With the Stars 12: Week 7 Elimination

Kendra Wilkinson Dancing With the Stars 12Dancing With the Stars had to bid good-bye to its Girl Next Door on Tuesday night when Kendra Wilkinson was dismissed from the competition. Despite her tango on Monday night, praised as being filled with “sophistication, elegance and confidence,” Kendra didn’t score the votes to remain.

Each of the remaining dancers will perform twice on next week’s show.

Keep track of all the eliminations when you read our Dancing With the Stars 12 posts.

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Dancing With the Stars 12: Week 6 Elimination

Dancing With the Stars kicked off its sixth elimination episode with a performance from New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys, and the energetic numbers ("I Want it Thataway," "Step By Step") thrilled the in-house ground.

In the wake of such positive vibes, only good news could follow. Front-runners Romeo and Chelsea Kane were declared safe, and they enjoyed the rest of the elimination show in peace. Hines Ward and Kirstie Alley, both fan favorites, were quickly let off the elimination hook as well.

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Dancing With the Stars 12: Week 5 Elimination

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With no clear leader, it’s been anyone’s game on Dancing With the Stars, and Tuesday’s elimination round was fraught with tension.

At the end of the Monday performances, three contestants were tied for the bottom slot. Popular dancer Ralph Macchio, who’s made it to the top of the leader board twice, found himself in last place along with model Petra Nemcova and reality star Kendra Wilkinson. Both women gained plenty of praise from the judges during their Monday performances, and the former Girl Next Door further distinguished herself by dancing the 1,000th competitive routine in show history.

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Pia Toscano Booked to Perform on Dancing With the Stars

Pia Toscano

Pia Toscano’s American Idol dreams are dead, so she’s heading to the other number one reality show: Dancing With the Stars. The ninth-place Idol finisher will perform on the ABC show next week while Mark Ballas (rumored to be her current love interest) dances along.

She’ll also be returning to Idol this week, but only as one of the season’s many eliminated contestants. Stay up-to-date on all the gossip, spoilers and recaps when you read all our American Idol 10 and Dancing With the Stars 12 posts.

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