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Saturday
Apr132013

New Game Show "Bet On Your Baby" Premieres Saturday

Nicole Wilder/ABC via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The new ABC game show Bet On Your Baby premieres this Saturday night with back-to-back episodes, beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

On the show, families will place bets on what their toddlers' next move will be inside a play room. They will later take part in another game that will give one family the opportunity to win $50,000 towards a college education for their child.

Bet On Your Baby is hosted by former Reba actress Melissa Peterman.

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Monday
Mar252013

"Dancing With The Stars" Kicks Off Week Two on Monday

ABC/Rick Rowell(NEW YORK) -- The second week of the new season of Dancing with the Stars begins Monday night on ABC at 8 p.m. Eastern time. Each of the 12 couples will perform a jive, quickstep or jazz routine.

Comedian D.L. Hughley flopped in his ballroom debut last week, earning the lowest score of the night. For his second dance, he and pro partner Cheryl Burke will attempt the quickstep. He tells ABC News, "I'm going to work harder, and...I guess I have to get eBay to get me some new hips. But the great thing about the next dance I'm doing, I don't need hips."

Andy Dick and his partner, Sharna Burgess, found themselves near the bottom of the leader board on the season premiere. Burgess thinks their first dance, a foxtrot, was a little too stuffy for Dick. She said, "I'm going to allow Andy to have some of his creative freedom in the comedy aspect of the number, because we went so dapper in the tails and top hat and I think now we gotta switch it up and show everybody that funny side of Andy, maybe that twisted side."

Wynonna Judd enters Monday night's round with concerns about her planned quickstep with partner Tony Dovolani. She says she has to be able to trust him to lead her on the dance floor.

Jacoby Jones, who was in the middle of the pack on the leader board last week, is looking to improve in other areas. The Super Bowl winner recently told ABC News, "Probably work on my posture and my toe pointing. That's the main thing they want us to do, so I gotta work on that."

The first elimination of the season will take place this Tuesday night.

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Tuesday
Jan102012

Tim Gunn, Ty Pennington: 'The Revolution' Not Trying to Replace ABC Soap

Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images(PASADENA, Calif.) -- The final episode of the long-running ABC soap opera One Life to Live airs this Friday. It will be replaced by the new lifestyle program The Revolution -- a change that has upset many One Life to Live fans.

Two of the hosts of The Revolution, Tim Gunn and Ty Pennington, urge viewers of One Life to Live to give their own show a try when it premieres next week. At the TV critics winter press tour in Pasadena, Calif., on Monday, they both said they're not replacing the daytime soap; they're just offering something different. Pennington said, "You guys know about Extreme Makeover, you know, that show got cancelled too. And that's something that's very, very special to me. But, you know, it's about change. And The Revolution is certainly about change."

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Wednesday
Apr062011

Susan Lucci: 'All My Children' Isn't Going Anywhere

Angela Weiss/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Susan Lucci wants you to ignore the chatter that All My Children will soon join the ranks of other canceled soap operas. 

The veteran star, better known for her work as Erica Kane on the ABC daytime drama, tells PopEater.com she thinks the show will continue, adding, "The rumors are not coming from ABC.  I just have been very enthusiastically told how much they love my story line that I just begun working on, and I just was given my schedule into next year." 

The 64-year-old star adds of the cancellation rumors, "It hurts me to hear those."

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Saturday
Mar192011

'Shark Tank' Season 2 Premieres Sunday

Photos [dot] com/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) -- Expect to see a shark attack on ABC this weekend. The second season of Shark Tank begins Sunday, with entrepreneurs pitching their ideas to a panel of investors, referred to on the show as "sharks."

This season, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and comedian Jeff Foxworthy will act as "guest sharks."

Shark Tank returns Sunday at 9 p.m. ET, before it moves to its regular Friday night time slot later in the week.

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