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News 01/06/2006

"Lost" star Naveen Andrews has admitted that he fathered a son last year while briefly separated from his longtime girlfriend, actress Barbara Hershey.

Sunday's episode of "The West Wing" will acknowledge the death of John Spencer. The Emmy winner died last month of a heart attack.

A spokeswoman for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia are saying executives are "disappointed" a federal appeals court on Friday upheld Martha Stewart's conviction for lying about a stock sale. They had hoped she'd clear her name.

At the behest of conservative Christian groups, NBC affiliates in Little Rock, Arkansas; Terre Haute, Indiana; Beaumont, Texas; and Meridian, Mississippi, have opted not to air "The Book of Daniel," a new NBC series starring Aidan Quinn about a priest who abuses painkillers, has a gay son, and a wife who drinks too much. The affiliates think the program's portrayal of Jesus is blasphemous.

Bravo is planning to debut on Mar. 21 "The Real Housewives of Orange County," a new reality series following five women in a posh O.C. neighborhood.

The Rose Bowl telecast, in which Texas defeated USC 41-38, garnered a 21.7 rating, the highest ratings for a college football game in 19 years and a 59 percent increase over last year's championship.

Howard Stern and his agent were awarded an additional $222 million in Sirius stock ahead of the originally set 2010 time frame after the shock jock helped the company reach certain subscriber milestones.

Google and CBS are joining forces to make new and already aired programs available for download via the Internet for a price comparable to the $1.99 iTunes videos.

FOX is giving customers of News Corp. sister company DirecTV the chance to watch its cable and broadcast TV shows several days ahead of their regularly scheduled airdate for a fee of $2.99.

News 01/05/2006

In reality TV news: designer Guadalupe Vidal, a 29-year-old from Los Angeles, CA, and model Claudia, a 22-year-old from Germany, were eliminated Wednesday on Bravo's "Project Runway 2."

Paris Hilton has been named in a pair of lawsuits set for court this month; one is accusing her of planting "vicious lies" in the press about diamond heiress Zeta Graff, and another is alleging that she harassed a business promoter. Per the New York Post, Hilton has admitted to making up information about Graff and feeding it to her publicist.

NBC affiliates in Arkansas and Indiana are refusing to air NBC's new series "The Book of Daniel," which features Jesus Christ as a supporting character, citing viewer complaints.

The creators of Comedy Central's "Reno 911!" are adapting the police spoof to the big screen, per the Hollywood Reporter. Reno 911! Miami is slated to begin shooting Jan. 23.

British police are urging Kate Moss to return to the U.K. to answer questions about her alleged cocaine use, but the supermodel is indicating that she plans to permanently settle in Los Angeles.

News 01/04/2006

Bravo has created a one-hour documentary special called "Project Jay" centering on "Project Runway" winner Jay McCarroll, as he moves to New York City and begins work launching his own fashion line. The special airs on Wednesday, Feb. 22.

Sirius Canada has refused to make Howard Stern's new satellite radio show available to its subscribers, citing a "company decision."

Ted Koppel and several members of his former "Nightline" staff are joining the Discovery Channel to make news documentaries.

Variety has reported that 20th Century Fox Television is in talks to bring back the Emmy-winning animated series "Futurama," which ran from 1999 though 2003.

Stroke survivors are cheering Dick Clark's New Year's Eve television appearance and citing him as an inspiration and a hero.

News 01/03/2006

Donald Trump has announced he has no intention of running for governor of New York, in part because it would infringe on his TV gig.

ABC's newly revamped "World News Tonight," with Elizabeth Vargas and Bob Woodruff, succeeded the late Peter Jennings, making its debut Tuesday with its first-ever live-to-the-West Coast evening newscast and a new 15-minute original Webcast.

Drake Bell, star of Nickelodeon's "Drake & Josh" series, is out of the hospital after suffering a broken neck and other injuries in a head-on car crash Thursday in Santa Monica.

Cable network Starz is planning to unveil an Internet movie download service called Vongo.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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