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  1. Put me in: Craig T. Nelson returning as Coach Fox in sequel

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    LOS ANGELES — Craig T. Nelson is getting back in the coaching game for NBC.

    Actor Craig T. Nelson holds up his Emmy statuette at the 1992 Primetime Emmy Awards in Pasadena, Calif. NBC officials said Thursday that it has ordered 13 episodes of a sequel to the 1989-97 ABC sitcom that starred Nelson as Hayden Fox, head coach of a college football team. [Associated Press]
  2. 'Downton Abbey' will end for good after next season (w/video)

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    As rumored, hit British TV show Downton Abbey will indeed end for good after next season.

    Jim Carter portrays “Downton Abbey’s’’ senior butler, Mr. Carson. [PBS]
  3. 'Top Gear' will go on without host Jeremy Clarkson after fight with producer

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    LONDON — The BBC decided Wednesday not to renew the contract of Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson after a fracas with his producer, ending his connection to the immensely popular program built around macho banter, off-color jokes and cars.

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The BBC said Wednesday that it has decided not to renew the contract of 'Top Gear' host Jeremy Clarkson after a scuffle with his producer.
  4. New 'Late Late Show' host James Corden 'combination of Jack Black and Fred Astaire'

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    James who? That's the reaction many viewers had when CBS announced last September that James Corden would replace Craig Ferguson as the host of The Late Late Show.

    James Corden takes over as host of The Late Late Show this week on CBS.
  5. Review: Netflix's family drama 'Bloodline' shows a darker Florida

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    In ceaseless jokes about the kookiness of Florida, popular culture often overlooks the deeper sense of dread and sadness that comes with its beautifully beguiling nature. You've obviously been here, so maybe you've noticed: Beneath Florida's forced smiles and Mickey Mouse sunshine, it can be a partly cloudy Eden overrun …

    Kyle Chandler and Ben Mendelsohn play brothers John and Danny Rayburn in a contentious family who run a resort in Bloodline.
  6. A 'Mad Men' exhibit welcomes visitors to Don Draper's world

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    NEW YORK — You don't need to be mad about Mad Men to savor "Matthew Weiner's Mad Men" at New York's Museum of the Moving Image.

    Don Draper's box of secrets, including Dick Whitman's dogtag, letters and family photos are displayed as part of the "Matthew Weiner's Mad Men" exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York. The exhibit runs through June 14. The final episodes of the series will begin on April 5. [Associated Press]
  7. School's over for Gleeks

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    It was obvious from the start that Fox knew they had something special with Glee.

    On Friday night, Glee closes out six years of making television history.
  8. 'Community' starts its new life on Yahoo

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    Cancellation doesn't have the same finality it once did when it comes to television shows. Community is the latest example of how the ever expanding world of TV viewing is giving second and third lives to programs.

    Keith David joins Joel McHale and Jim Rash on Community as a washed-up inventor.
  9. CW's comic book adaptation 'iZombie' quirky, aimed at teens

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    The CW may as well just change its name to "Comics Work." Has the network met a comic book it won't consider adapting for TV? Maybe Little Lulu, but I'm not sure I'd even count that out of the running at this point.

    The cutely named Liv Moore (Rose McIver) wakes up undead one day, but conveniently she gets a job as a medical examiner — a gig that comes win an unending supply of brains to eat. She likes hers with a bit of hot sauce.
  10. President Obama on Kimmel reflects on Ferguson, reads mean tweets (w/video)

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    LOS ANGELES — President Barack Obama read "Mean Tweets" on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night, but he was unfazed.

    President Barack Obama talks with Jimmy Kimmel during a break in taping on Jimmy Kimmel Live, in Los Angeles Thursday, March 12, 2015.  [Associated Press]