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  1. Charles Osgood signing off as host of CBS' 'Sunday Morning'

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    NEW YORK — Charles Osgood, who has said "good morning" to his audience every Sunday for 22 years, is about to say "goodbye" as host of "CBS News Sunday Morning" in September.

    Charles Osgood informed the audience during Sunday's broadcast that he'd be leaving "Sunday Morning" in September. [Associated Press File]
  2. Ryan Lochte is in talks to be on 'Dancing With the Stars' — right where he should be

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    After he fabricated details of a robbery at the Rio Olympics that caused an international incident, embattled swimmer Ryan Lochte's sponsors have been dropping him left and right. But there's still one place that very much wants to be in the Lochte business: Dancing With the Stars.

    Even though Ryan Lochte might be the most recently disgraced contestant in show history, it would change the narrative to see him on TV every week.
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  3. Throwback Thursday: Local millennials remember Tampa's 'David D TV'

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    In an age when YouTube is helping fuel peak Clinton-era nostalgia, it was only a matter of time before this one resurfaced.

    David D TV followed David D and his mildly mischievous Muppet-looking friend, Smedley, which was voiced by Todd Coyle.
  4. Ashleigh Banfield takes Nancy Grace's prime-time slot at HLN

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    Ashleigh Banfield is joining CNN's sister channel HLN to anchor her own prime-time legal program.

    Ashleigh Banfield’s current CNN program Legal View will be replaced in September.
  5. Amy Schumer in crossfire after rape comments by writer on her show

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    Amy Schumer found herself in the midst of an online firestorm this week in a debate concerning comedy and sexual assault.

    Amy Schumer’s response included “Kurt does not work for me” and the news that her show is currently on hiatus.
  6. 'We need to do better': CBS responds to TV critics about fall shows only led by white men

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    When CBS announced its 2016 fall TV schedule a few months ago, the lack of diversity was glaringly obvious: All six new shows are led by white male actors. This includes three sitcoms (Matt LeBlanc's Man With a Plan, Kevin James's Kevin Can Wait and Joel McHale's The Great Indoors) where middle-aged white men complain …

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  7. New 'Gilmore Girls' has date

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    Melissa McCarthy answered the call for Netflix's Gilmore Girls sequel and made magic again with star Lauren Graham, the show's creator said.

    The Gilmore Girls revival features four 90-minute chapters that cover each season of the year.
  8. So long, Bob, Luis and Gordon: 'Sesame Street' fires three beloved old-timers (w/video)

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    Sesame Street is moving to HBO, and the show is undergoing some changes during the transition, including a switch from hour-long to half-hour episodes, the addition of some new faces, and a major overhaul of the set. This also, it turns out, means some heartbreaking departures: At a Q&A in Florida earlier this …

  9. Colbert, Stewart, Maher, Bee: It's the RNC!

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    A few months ago, Bill Maher, the host of HBO's topical comedy series Real Time With Bill Maher, proposed to the network that it add special live episodes on Wednesday and Thursday nights to follow the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.

    CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert, holding a varmint, tapes a segment Sunday on the floor of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The convention begins today.
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  10. 'Game of Thrones,' 'People v. O.J. Simpson,' lead in Emmy nominations

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    LOS ANGELES — Power-and-blood fantasy saga "Game of Thrones" ruled the Emmy Award nominations Thursday with a leading 23 bids, including best drama, while a real-life epic of murder and celebrity, "The People v. O.J. Simpson," was close behind with 22 nods.

    Kit Harington appears in a scene from "Game of Thrones." The fantasy series and "Veep" are among the top contenders for the 68th prime-time Emmy Award nominations. [Associated Press]