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2009-10-27 13:54:00

NEW YORK, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Rabid fans of the cult animated series "Drawn Together" cannot wait to get their hands on this huge, dirty package. "Drawn Together: The Complete Series -- Extended & Uncensored" DVD set, released via COMEDY CENTRAL Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment, arrives in stores nationwide on Tuesday, November 17 and will also be available at http://shop.comedycentral.com. This six-disc DVD box set of "Drawn Together: The Complete Series -...

2009-09-01 20:30:35

The Muppets' Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy are set to perform on America's Got Talent, NBC announced Tuesday. The iconic puppets will be seen on Wednesday's live results show, the network said. They are to sing before judge David Hasselhoff performs. The Muppets' curmudgeons Statler and Waldorf are also expected to appear on the show to provide their signature acerbic commentary, NBC said.

2009-07-24 16:22:35

British actor Matt Smith has begun shooting his first season as the titular character in TV's Doctor Who, the BBC said Friday. Smith, who is the 11th actor to play the Time Lord in the long-running British sci-fi series, takes over the part from Scottish actor David Tennant. The latest season of the science-fiction favorite is scheduled to start airing next spring. I feel very privileged and proud to be part of this iconic show, the BBC quoted Smith as saying after he arrived on the show's...

2009-07-23 11:26:10

Comedy Central says production has begun on The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie, the big-screen adaptation of its U.S. animated reality series. The show featured cartoon characters from different time periods, drawn in different styles and living together as part of a mock reality show. A panel with the show and movie's creators, writers and executive producers Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser, and stars Cree Summer, James Arnold Taylor, Abbey McBride, Jess Harnell and Tara Strong, is slated...

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