Howard Stern says he’s leaving ‘America’s Got Talent’, may pursue another TV opportunity

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Howard Stern says he’s leaving America’s Got Talent, may pursue another TV opportunity

“I’m just too f*cking busy,” Stern said this morning, though he kept hedging on whether he’s actually decided to leave America’s Got Talent. He said NBC has given him until July 4th to decide, but that he’s already told them he won’t be back.

sends Chris Rock to prison with Lucious Lyon

Lee Daniels has posted a series of pics and video from the new season, including Chris Rock in a flashback scene.

“Cooter” from Dukes of Hazzard sticks up for the Confederate flag

Ben Jones says the flag is being attacked in a “wave of political correctness.”

Amanda Peet defends Game of Thrones’ treatment of women

The Togetherness star, who’s married to Game of Thrones co-creator David Benioff, says accusations of misogyny are “really misplaced.” “They write some of the greatest female characters that are on television,” she tells The Wrap, adding: “It’s a misogynist world, this world that George R. R. Martin created, but we have to experience it without thinking that people are condoning this.”

Ranking all 168 Seinfeld episodes

In honor of Seinfeld’s debut on Hulu, here’s a ranking of every episode from worst to best.

TV Land’s new logo targets Generation X

The square-shaped TV set logo is gone as TV Land moves on from Baby Boomers.

Lizzy Caplan recalls when Jon Hamm was fired from a WB pilot 10 years ago

Hamm was supposed to star with Caplan in the 2005 comedy-drama Related (from Friends co-creator Martha Kauffman), but his role ended up being recast. PLUS: Hamm’s friend pitched him a “Whaazzzuuuupp?!” Mad Men finale.

Episodes star Stephen Mangan to play Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Mangan has joined the cast of British series Houdini & Doyle.

Sharon Osbourne returns to The Talk following a “bump in the road”

“I want to thank everyone for being so, so supportive. Thank you,” said an emotionally overwhelmed Osbourne.

HBO posts Ballers and The Brink on Facebook

The two comedies will be available for a limited time, starting today.

Willie Aames remembers Eight is Enough’s Dick Van Patten

“He was the most positive, kindest man,” Aames writes in an appreciation of Van Patten.