- Lauren Graham is relieved that "Gilmore Girls" is ending, according to her interview with TV Guide.
- Avril Lavigne has big plans now that her single has been No. 1 for two weeks straight: a new music video, summer shows and film work, reports Billboard.
- The production company behind the Saw movies is producing a horror film that will only be released online, tentatively titled The Internet Killer, Variety says.
- The "American Idol" producers won't be running the Emmys after all, USA Today reports.
- Ed Burns will join Katherine Heigl in 27 Dresses, says Variety.
- The LA Times examines whether the ending of "7th Heaven" signals the death of "family-friendly" TV.
- According to Billboard, Alice Cooper is publishing his memoirs, in which he credits golf for saving him from a drug addiction.
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