Here's what's happening in the world of entertainment today:
- Roman Polanski has been moved from jail for medical treatment, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Polanski was arrested in Switzerland on charges related to allegedly having sex with an underage girl in 1977. Polanski pleaded guilty at the time.
- If you've watched any ABC lately, you know that they have big plans for the upcoming remake of the 1980s sci-fi miniseries/series "V." The Hollywood Reporter says that they are bringing new meaning to the term "going all out" by sending skywriters all over the country to place "V" in the sky over 26 U.S. landmarks on Friday.
- Professional dog trainer and reality show star Cesar Millan will be portrayed by Wilmer Valderrama in an upcoming comedy series, Variety reports. "The Dog Whisperer" star has inspired the show, and it's yet to be seen how closely the show will reflect real life and if Valderrama's character will have the same name.
- "Ugly Betty's" move to Friday nights does not appear to be a successful one, as Variety reports a "quiet" start for it in the ratings, saying it was "down sharply" from what it was bringing in on Thursday nights. Meanwhile, despite a strong start, "Project Runway" is flat on Lifetime compared to the ratings it was getting on Bravo, according to The Hollywood Reporter.