The groundhog isn't the only one with news today.
Punxsutawney Phil didn't see his shadow today, so you know what that means: Dancing With the Stars will be here sooner rather than later. Of course, both the show and spring still "officially" start on March 21.
The CW has picked up four new pilots, and each one sounds less original than the last. But then, what can we expect from the network who brought us
The Vampire Diaries Hellcats?
NBC has decided to stop production of The Cape after ten episodes. This is what you get for casting Summer Glau in your TV show.
Carson Daly will be the host of NBC's music reality show The Voice. This makes sense, considering Daly is basically a less punchable Ryan Seacrest.
ABC has picked up several pilots recently. The real highlights include Hallelujah and Once Upon a Time, both shows about magical forces in small towns. With the two magical shows that NBC picked up the other day, I think we can say that we now have our first major trend of the next television season! (Assuming any of them make it to series, of course.)
And it looks like NBC might be well on the way to starting another new trend, the momcom. The network just picked up two sitcom pilots about working moms with unemployed men in their lives.
In today's episode of "Charlie Sheen pretends to do rehab," the star says he should be able to get back to work in three or four weeks. It's truly amazing how easy it is to cure a coke addiction in this day and age.
Aaron Sorkin gives us some details about his HBO show, As the Story Develops. Or maybe he was talking about Studio 60... or Sports Night? It's really hard to tell.
Robert Redford recently turned down being on Hot in Cleveland. It's good to know that still has a good agent.
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