Daily for 5-3-2011

CBS’ new pick to anchor the evening news, Scott Pelley, said Tuesday that he’ll bring his “60 Minutes” sensibility to the job and will do his most important work behind the scenes to try to pull the program out of its yearslong ratings slump. (Read More)

ABC has pulled the the Ryan Seacrest-produced reality series, Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, from the schedule during May sweeps. I guess when it comes to revolutions with Brits, Americans just weren’t buying into it.

ABC has ordered a new series titled Celebrity Wife Swap, where attention-seeking famous couples switch partners. The movie Idiocracy is becoming more and more real every day.

Lifetime has renewed Army Wives for a 13-episode sixth season.

Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy will get a second season on History. Another blow to intellectualism.

Comedy Central will air a pair of Osama bin Laden-themed episodes of South Park leading in to the second installment in the animated series’ 15th season on tonight.

Judge Judy has been renewed through 2015.

Bones has officially been renewed for a 7th season. Was there any doubt?

WWE’s Big Show will appear in an episode (the 4th of the new season) of Burn Notice, which returns June 23rd.

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