- FX has canceled Courteney Cox's tabloid drama Dirt, TV Guide reports.
- The Weinsteins have acquired the rights to adapt Allison Winn Scotch's novel Time of My Life for the big screen, writes ComingSoon.
- Meanwhile, Variety has the news that House executive producer Katie Jacobs has nabbed the rights to the New York Times bestseller Girls Like Us: Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon — And the Journey of a Generation.
- Amber Tamblyn has taken the lead in an ABC drama pilot called The Unusuals, about the crazy characters at a New York police precinct, Zap2it reports.
- If you want AC/DC's new album, you'll have to go to Wal-Mart to get it, Billboard reports.
- Despite declining ratings, TV networks are actually bringing in more money from advertisers after this year's upfronts, writes the Hollywood Reporter.
- The Chicago Tribune finally found a premiere date for the final season of The Shield: Sept. 2.
- According to Variety, David Schwimmer will head to Chicago to star in a stage production of Our Town.
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