"The Nate Berkus Show" will not return after its second season ends in May, Harpo Studios and Sony Pictures TV have announced.
AMC has acquired rights to re-air episodes of "CSI: Miami" from CBS Television Distribution and will begin running episodes Jan. 2.
A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Thursday against Fox in its bid to forestall the accelerated sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers' future television rights.
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