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TNT skeds original ‘Kung Fu’

Cable network TNT continues to stock up on hour dramas, adding Warner Bros.’ original “Kung Fu” to its lineup.

The cable web has acquired 62 episodes of the original “Kung Fu” series, not to be confused with the new version that Warner Bros. offers to TV stations through its Prime Time Entertainment Network.

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“Kung Fu” will run weeknights at 7 starting April 11, TNT said.

The cable web also recently acquired “The Wild, Wild West” and “In the Heat of the Night.”

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