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TV Land Renews Hot in Cleveland For Season 3

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Hot in Cleveland shows no sign of cooling off: TV Land has renewed the sitcom for a 22-episode third season. …READ MORE


Exclusive: True Blood Baddie Visits Cleveland

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He who rules the Fellowship of the Sun soon will turn up as someone’s long-lost son, on Hot In Cleveland. READ MORE


TVLine Items: Shameless Amy Smart, Snubbed Betty White, and Other TV News to Know

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Showtime’s already engaging Shameless just inched up even higher on my must-watch list with the addition of Amy Smart.

An alum of such TV shows as Smith and Felicity, Smart will play Jasmine, a neighborhood pal of Fiona’s who “is a little bit pushy and sexy,” AOL TV reports. Smart will first surface in the final two episodes of the series’ freshman season. Yeah, you heard me, boys: Emmy Rossum and Amy Smart. And I thought my Twitter wallpaper was nice.

What else is transpiring in TV land? Well…. READ MORE


All My Children, Hot In Cleveland Plan Two-Way Crossover Event

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Call it “Hot In Pine Valley.”

ABC’s All My Children and TV Land’s Hot In Cleveland will take part in a two-way crossover this February, when Wendie Malick‘s Cleveland character … READ MORE


Exclusive: Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White Reunite In Cleveland

After more than three decades, former Mary Tyler Moore Show sparring partners Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White are about to go another round.

Moore has been tapped to guest star in the Jan. 19 second-season premiere of White’s TV Land sitcom Hot In Cleveland. Details on Moore’s role are being kept under wraps, but a Cleveland source hints that she will be involved in the storyline that saw White’s caretaker character Elka get arrested in the Season 1 finale.

This will mark the first time the comedy legends have appeared on screen together in 33 years. Cleveland — which averaged a record-shattering 4.7 million cume total viewers in its first season — was renewed in July for a 20-episode second season.

This story was originally posted to Deadline.com.