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TV News Roundup: Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood Returning to Host CMAs

Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are set to return to host the 50th annual CMAs. Plus, “Dating Naked” has a premiere date for its new season, in today’s TV news roundup . . .

AWARD SHOWS

Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will return to host the 50th annual Country Music Awards on November 2. The live event will take place at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.

“I really enjoy hosting the CMA Awards with Brad,” said Underwood. Paisley added, “Carrie and I have certainly hit our stride in terms of balancing humor and a genuine respect for the nominees and winners.

DATES

Dating Naked” will return for its third season Wednesday, June 29 at 9 p.m. Rocsi Diaz has been tapped to host the new season which will be shot on location in Bora Bora. Season three will follow main daters David and Natalie as they search for love on a tropical island paradise.

RENEWALS

Nickelodeon has greenlit a 14-episode second season of its new animated series, “The Loud House.” Based on creator Chris Savino’s life growing up in a family of 10 kids, “The Loud House” follows Lincoln Loud and his 10 sisters for an inside look at what it takes to survive the chaos of growing up in a huge family. The series, which airs weekdays at 5 p.m., currently ranks as the top kids animated show on TV.

 

 

Development

IFC announced today that the network is developing a new unscripted series inspired by “New York Magazine’s” entertainment site Vulture. The project, titled “The Vulture Show,” will deliver entertainment news covering TV, movies, music and celebrities. “The Vulture Show” is produced by Vulture, Matador and Superb Entertainment with Meryl Poster, Jay Peterson and Todd Lubin attached to exec produce.

“We look forward to developing a show that provides our viewers with a sophisticated and humorous first-look at all things entertainment before it’s the news everyone is buzzing about,” said Christine Lubrano, IFC’s SVP of original programming.

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