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TVLine Items: Will Seacrest Replace Matt Lauer? Plus Five-0's Fun Blast from the Past and More!

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Will Ryan Seacrest replace Matt Lauer, should the Today co-anchor vacate his seat next year? According to The Wall Street Journal, that is something the higher ups at NBC are actively pursuing.

The American Idol/E! News host is being courted as a possible successor for Lauer, the newspaper reports, …READ MORE


TVLine Items: Lie to Me's Kelli Williams Visits Mentalist, ER Favorite Flies Pan Am, and More

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Lie to Me alumna Kelli Williams has lined up a guest spot on The Mentalist‘s upcoming fourth season as …READ MORE


Matt Lauer Makes Appointment With Royal Pains

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Matt Lauer is here Today, gone tomorrow…to Royal Pains. READ MORE


Watch Meredith Vieira's Tearful Today Farewell

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Meredith Vieira said so long to NBC’s Today show Wednesday morning in true sobby, soggy fashion. READ MORE


Meredith Vieira Confirms Today Departure, Ann Curry Named New Co-Anchor

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It’s official. I mean, we knew it was coming — the buzz was so loud, I think I lost hearing in one ear. But now it’s a done deal: In June, Meredith Vieira will be leaving her anchor seat at Today to Ann Curry.

In the shuffle, the show’s current third-hour co-host, Natalie Morales, has been made …READ MORE


TVLine Items: Vieira Ponders Today Exit, Lost Fave Crashes CSI, and Other TV News to Know

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Talk about odd timing! Just days after reports surfaced that Katie Couric would exit her CBS Evening News post, rumors of a similar variety began to swirl about her Today successor, Meredith Vieira. …READ MORE


'Rock Star from Mars' Charlie Sheen Wants CBS To Hike Pay, Apologize 'While Licking My Feet'

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Taking a page from a negotiation strategy playbook that no one has seen before, Charlie Sheen is asking for a hefty pay raise to return to Two and a Half Men — this following a series of interviews during which he, among many colorful utterances, said he “vehemently” hates series boss Chuck Lorre.

Touting himself as a “man of my word” (as well as a “total rock star from Mars”), Sheen said he would oblige his contract to deliver a ninth — and even 10th — season of Two and a Half Men under one condition: that “because of psychological stress… what they’ve put me through,” his weekly paycheck is increased … READ MORE