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America’s Next Top Model just won’t die. Almost immediately after The CW canceled the long-running reality show, there were rumblings that other networks were interested in picking it up. Apparently, for a competition show, ANTM reruns do quite well.

VH1 appears to have won. The cable network announced it picked up the show for a 14-episode Cycle 23, but with one major change. Tyra Banks will no longer host the show, but will remain as an executive producer, along with Ken Mok. Read her statement below.

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NBC Finds Its Liam Neeson For Taken TV Series

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Taken surprised at the box office in 2008, raking in a worldwide total of $226.8 million, against a production budget of $25 million. Naturally, it spawned two sequels and apparently, a television series as well.

NBC ordered a straight-to-series reboot of the action thriller. Luc Besson, who produced the film trilogy, will also helm the TV adaptation. Even though it’s being dubbed a prequel, focusing on Liam Neeson’s Bryan Mills character before marriage and kids, it’ll be set in today’s time. Out of curiosity, if he has no family, who’s going to be ‘taken?’

Taking over the torch from Neeson will be Clive Standen, who just so happens to hail from Northern Ireland as well. The 34-year-old actor is best known for playing Rollo on History Channel’s Vikings. His other credits include the BBC series Robin Hood, Doctor Who, Camelot and Archer. No word on what this means for Standen’s status on Vikings.

Does a Taken prequel series intrigue you? If you’re not familiar with Standen, check out a few pics below of him wearing and not wearing a shirt.

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Even though it was the Friends reunion that was hyped the most for NBC’s James Burrows all-star tribute, it actually wasn’t my favorite segment. The Taxi, Frasier and Will & Grace ones were, especially the latter. It’s a shame Debra Messing was a no-show. Nonetheless, the three more than made up for it.

When Andy Cohen asked Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally their favorite Jack & Karen moments, the two revealed it was all their physical interactions, including that memorable denied, denied, approved credit card scene.

Though not featured in the clip below, Mullally also revealed their final scene together, doing their “Unforgettable” duet for the series finale was also a standout. Check out the clips below.

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NBC airs its heavily-hyped James Burrows special Sunday night. The two-hour star-studded extravaganza will feature plenty of reunions from your favorite comedies of all-time, including Cheers, Taxi, Friends, Will & Grace and Frasier to name a few.

It appears, the homage to the legendary director will also feature skits. Jim Parsons, Sean Hayes, Ted Danson, Matt Leblac and even Charlie Sheen appear in a skit airing during the telecast. Check it out below. The must-see event airs on NBC tonight at 9pm.

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Like Ariana Grande and Christina Aguilera before her, Demi Lovato engaged in a round of “Wheel of Musical Impressions” during her stop on The Tonight Show. The 23-year-old belted out classic children tunes like “Bingo Was His Name-O” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” while taking on different musical personas.

Though Lovato’s impersonations weren’t as killer as Grande and Aguilera, they were a valiant effort. Her best, in my opinion, was the Spongebob Squarepants theme song as X-tina. She belted out the big notes flawlessly but sounded more like Demi than The Voice mentor. Check out the clip below.

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There’s no actual footage from the upcoming season included in the promo, but it doesn’t matter. I could watch Jane Krakowski, Ellie Kemper and especially Tituss Burgess do anything and I’ll find it entertaining.

In this instance, the trio strut it out to Fleur East’s “Sax,” before the music changes to the show’s theme song. The fun clip makes me extremely giddy for the Netflix comedy to return.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2 premieres Friday, April 15. Check out the sassy promo below.

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VH1 Orders Drama Based On The View From Star Jones

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I’m surprised it took this long for this to come to fruition. The drama and shenanigans surrounding The View was tailor-made for a series.

VH1 announced it’s developing a new show titled Satan’s Sisters, based on Star Jones’ 2011 novel of the same name. The hour-long show follows five female hosts who work on a popular fictional show called The Lunch Hour where “alliances are forged, careers are made, and bridges are burned,” according to the official release. Sounds familiar, right?

Jones, a former legal analyst and lawyer, was one of the original hosts on the ABC chatfest. She sat at the table for nine seasons before unceremoniously dumped. Let’s just say there’s no love lost there. Read what Star has to say about her new show below.

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Julianne Hough Not Returning For DWTS Season 22

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The long-running reality show is switching things up for its 22nd season. People reports that Julianne Hough won’t be returning to Dancing With The Stars, after sitting on the judging panel for Seasons 19, 20 and 21.

“I will miss being on the panel for Season 22, but have a lot of exciting stuff coming that I look forward to sharing,” the former DWTS champion, 27, tells PEOPLE exclusively. “The pro dancers, producers and crew at DWTS will always be my family.”

Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tolioni will once again be joined by Len Goodman. The OG judge’s return was previously announced at the end of last season.

Will you miss Hough? Or are you happier that Goodman is returning? DWTS Season 22 premieres on March 21 on ABC. Weigh in below.

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