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Dancing with the Stars is getting muy caliente with Latin Night. The 11 remaining couples will perform Sambas, Rumbas, Paso and more before another pair gets eliminated.
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Bravo Media announced today that they are adding ten new original series to its fall slate and renewing four other series including the network's first scripted show, Girlfriends Guide to Divorce which debuted last year and a new half hour scripted comedy, Odd Mom Out. However, the one show creating the most headlines involves two former "Housewives" - NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak-Biermann.
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Unless you've been living under a rock, you must have heard that Comedy Central has found Jon Stewart's successor for The Daily Show - 31-year old comedian Trevor Noah. While there was much debate about who should take over the show, votes going for Tina Fey, Chris Rock and other A-list comedians, Comedy Central decided to go with a moderately unknown face. But just because you haven't heard of him, doesn't mean Trevor Noah isn't going to take The Daily Show by storm. Here are a few things you should know about the comedian to really understand where his humor and political satire will come from.
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Following the success that the CW has had with The Flash (with the help of Arrow) over its first season, a Flash/Arrow spin-off has begun moving forward. Arrow co-creators Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg have all signed on for its development. With The Flash, Arrow and this new series all living in the same universe, more crossover episodes are undoubtedly planned.

The series has been set to star Brandon Routh (Arrow's Ray/The Atom, Superman Returns' Clark Kent/Superman), Caity Lotz (Arrow's Sara/Canary), and has now picked up theatrical actress Ciara Renee to play the part of Kendra Saunders/Hawkgirl.
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Supernatural is moving forward on two of its big season 10 storylines in the latest new episode, "Inside Man," but that involves Sam and Dean going off in separate directions.
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The Emmy-award winning news and satirical talk show The Daily Show has finally named its newest host, Trevor Noah. The Comedy Central series has been hosted by the widely-beloved Jon Stewart for the past 16 years, and has been searching for his replacement since January, when he announced he would step down later this year.

South African comedian Trevor Noah first made his debut on The Daily Show in December 2014 as an on-air contributor. One of his first bits on the show was about how he felt more fear of police in America than he did in South Africa.
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