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Our national obsession with "Downton Abbey" can continue uninterrupted. The Los Angeles Times reports that the drama has been renewed for another season.
The British show's broadcaster, ITV, made the happy announcement Friday, with executive producer Gareth Neame telling fans they can expect "more drama, comedy, love, hatred, jealousy, rivalry, ambition, despair and romance."
We're a little bit behind on this side of the pond, as the third season of "Downton Abbey" isn't going to air in the U.S. until January 6 on PBS.
The fourth season, meanwhile, will start production on its eight episodes in February and will air in the U.K. in the fall. PBS has yet to speak on the renewal news, but we're hoping, like the L.A.T., that the network's likely on board.
Ke$ha's best known as pop's glittery wildchild, but the singer has a range of influences.
On her upcoming album "Warrior," which is scheduled to arrive November 30, Ke$ha tapped The Strokes' Julian Casablancas and Fabrizio Moretti and Patrick Carney of The Black Keys for collaborations.
Lil Wayne may not know the exact release date for his final album, but he does know that'll be his swan song to rap.
The New Orleans artist will release "I Am Not A Human Being II" in February, and then, as he told MTV, he'll look ahead to ending his career with "Tha Carter V."
With her mega-successful career, one might think that country pop star Taylor Swift has it all figured out.
But the 22-year-old singer/songwriter warns that she doesn't have a clue - at least, not as many as growing older will eventually bring.
"I have so much to learn about life," Swift told Parade magazine. "I know nothing compared to what I'm going to know someday."
Anthony Hopkins wasn't the only "Hitchcock" star who was sensitive about his new role.
When Scarlett Johansson picked up the gig of playing "Psycho" actress Janet Leigh in the Sacha Gervasi-directed feature about the making of Alfred Hitchcock's seminal 1960 thriller, she wanted to make sure Leigh's daughters, Jamie Lee and Kelly Curtis, were OK with it.
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