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TVLine Items: Community Reunion on Dr. Ken, 24 Vet's NBC Pilot and More

TVLine Items: Community Reunion on Dr. Ken, 24 Vet's NBC Pilot and More
Somewhere, Abed’s mind is exploding: Dr. Ken will host a meta Community reunion when creator Dan Harmon guest-stars as himself on Ken Jeong’s ABC sitcom.

RelatedMeet Dr. Ken‘s New Boss

During the Season 2 finale, Harmon will play the creator of a new TV comedy set at a community college, who invites Ken to audition for a part — blissfully unaware of what he’s getting himself into.

The episode airs Friday, March 31 at 8:30/7:30c on ABC.

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* 24 alum Dennis Haysbert will star opposite Person of Interest‘s Sarah Shahi
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TVLine Items: Chuck DVD Scoop, Madonna Nixes X Factor Gig, House Alum's Next Role and More!

TVLine Items: Chuck DVD Scoop, Madonna Nixes X Factor Gig, House Alum's Next Role and More!
Nerds alert! The Chuck Season 5 DVD package already has a release date — and TVLine has a bit of scoop on the extended series finale we told you about last week.

All told, Chuck: The Complete Fifth and Final Season, out May 8 on DVD and Blu-ray, packs in all 13 episodes plus over three hours of bonus features including a half-dozen featurettes. There’s also an extended version of the very final episode, “Chuck Versus The Goodbye,” which TVLine has learned runs a robust 52 minutes (versus the 45-minute broadcast edit).

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Paula Abdul
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My Damn Channel To Talk Advertising, Online Video at Multi-Screen Mix-up NYC

Tubefilter's been playing host to casual happy hours in New York City over the past several months, providing a time and place for online video professionals to get to know one another over some moderately priced cocktails and intriguing conversation. Those events have been great, to be sure, but now we’re kicking them up a notch. On September 20th, join us and FourScreenMedia as we present a new kind of networking event at the intersection of video and advertising: Multi-Screen Mix-Up NYC. It’s totally free for industry professionals, and gives said professionals (including online content creators, advertising agency executives, traditional media veterans, and more) a chance to mix, mingle, and do business while learning about the latest in the industry from leading names in advertising, technology, and entertainment. Our inaugural event will be at Copia in New York City's Midtown this Tuesday, September 20 from 6:30Pm to 8:
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Isla and Olive Get Into Swing Set Season

Isla Fisher and Olive Cohen had a fun-filled Friday at the park together in La. Olive was too precious in her sun hat and Run Dmc t-shirt as she rode the swings and slide and munched on a banana. Isla's taking a break from work to be a full-time mom to Olive, but one of her past projects is about to hit the Internet. A web series called Pilot Season she shot five years ago with Sarah Silverman and other celebs premieres online Monday - check out a clip here. View 15 Photos › To see a lot more of Isla and Olive, just read more. View 15 Photos › Pacific Coast News Online
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Sarah Silverman and Isla Fisher Have a Catfight - for Fun

Me-ow! Sarah Silverman and Isla Fisher get their claws out for laughs in MyDamnChannel.com's upcoming Web series Pilot Season - and People has an extended sneak peek at their hilarious verbal attack scene. The series, which also stars David Cross, Andy Dick and Sam Seder, is a mockumentary that follows the lives of desperate actors, agents and executives during the TV industry's competitive pilot season. Silverman, 38, plays an actress while Fisher, 33, is a personal trainer in the webisodes, which were filmed five years ago and originally aired on the now-defunct Trio channel. The 30-episode Web version of the series
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My Damn Channel Sets ‘Pilot Season’ Launch, Busy Year Ahead

Wainy Days, Horrible People, You Suck at Photoshop, — New York-based My Damn Channel is on a roll. The brainchild of founder and CEO, Rob Barnett, a veteran TV exec who spent more than eleven years as a programming exec at MTV and VH1 and time as president of Programming for CBS Radio. Rob has worked with some damn talented people like Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Corolla, and countless others, and now Sam Seder. On April 20, Sam Seder’s original web series Pilot Season premieres on My Damn Channel. The show originally aired in 2004 on the now defunct Trio network. We talked to Rob Barnett to find how Pilot Season is being repackaged from the original six episodes into a thirty episode web series and we grilled him for details about running a damn good new media platform.
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