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A&E's "Duck Dynasty" is poised to continue its reign now that the cast members have reportedly hammered out salary negotiations.
The series, which begins its fourth season on A&E tonight, is a ratings boon for the network, and the family at the center of the show is seeing the profits of their popularity.
Some stars should probably stay far, far away from Twitter, but Prince is an exception.
The man who just three years ago proclaimed the Internet dead has begun to test out the Twittersphere, even sharing a selfie in the process.
Ron Burgundy, award-winning newsman and hot dog eating contest runner-up, can now add "author" to his long list of accolades.
The classy (and fictional) anchor, played by Will Ferrell in 2004's hit comedy "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy," is ready to release a book called "Let Me Off At The Top!: My Classy Life and Other Musings." (If Burgundy's love of literature is any indication, it might even be bound in leather.)
We've winced with "Grey's Anatomy's" past departures, but this one really hurts.
Shonda Rhimes has confirmed that Sandra Oh, the actress who's embodied Dr. Cristina Yang on ABC's endless medical drama since its 2005 debut, is leaving the series at the end of its 10th season.
This exit, Rhimes says, feels different.
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