Wednesday, June 23, 2010

NEWS: Jeremy London, Credit, SOUP, Gangster, BLOOD

HBO Shopping TRUE BLOOD to Basic Cablers
HBO is officially shopping its campy vamp drama to basic cable networks, a network spokesman confirmed June 22. The network has held meetings to pitch the show, but it hasn't been sold yet and a premiere date has not been set.

THE SOUP: ALL MY CHILDREN Are Filled With Anxiety
J.R.: Basically, you're going to get cancer and die just like Trent, so you might as well settle for me, baby!

GLEE stars banned from having sex in their trailers
Says Ryan Murphy: "I have a rule: don't do it in your trailer! They've broken that rule on many occasions. I'm like, 'I know you guys are young and hormonal, but don't do it in your trailer.'"

Real ‘American Gangster’ likes THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS
In 2007, actor Denzel Washington starred in “American Gangster,” a fictionalized film based on the career of real-life convicted Harlem drug dealer Frank Lucas. But Ike Atkinson, another convicted drug dealer, says he’s the real “American Gangster” and that he was behind some of the criminal innovations and successes attributed to Lucas, including creating a drug pipeline between the U.S. and Thailand.

Credit lessons from the soap operas
Whether you'd classify your credit habits as young and restless or bold and beautiful, remember that you only have one life to live, and how you use (or abuse) your credit will shape your financial future. Before more time passes like sand through the hourglass, you'd better learn these credit lessons, courtesy of your favorite daytime drama cliches.

Why would ‘kidnapped’ actor Jeremy London try to pull a fast one on us?
London’s twin brother, Jason, also an actor, told People, “I’m glad my brother’s okay, but I have serious questions about what transpired. His health is our number one concern.”

PGP: 'Life Goes Strong' Launches Health Vertical for the Boomer Generation
Life Goes Strong (, a vibrant online destination for "boomers" who are living well and going strong, from NBC Digital Networks and Procter & Gamble Productions, has unveiled its new health vertical ( Focusing on key mid-life health concerns such as diet, nutrition, mental health, disease prevention, health insurance and more, this site joins the Life Goes Strong network's other topic areas devoted to family (, style ( and technology ( The announcement coincides with the launch of "Healthy Week" -- a week long event across the networks of NBC Universal focusing on nutritional literacy and fitness.

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