Starz Cancels Camelot

... Camelot was canceled by Starz today after a season of poor ratings and lukewarm reviews that even Eva Green's boobies couldn't fix. But good on her for trying. [EW]

... Syfy's Being Human—which is legitimately good, so watch it!—has added to its cast for Season 2. Dichen Lachman, the oddly attractive vixen formerly of Dollhouse, will play royal vampire Izumi, who returns to Boston's vampire community and messes up Aidan's game. [Syfy via press release]

... Some guy named Javier Colon won NBC's The Voice last night. See him live soon at a Native American casino near you! [Billboard]

... Twilight Zone creator and sci-fi legend Rod Serling will be the subject of an upcoming movie. It will be more than just the story of him writing twisted stories; before he made us even more afraid of flying, he was a paratrooper in WWII. [Deadline Hollywood]

... MSNBC analyst Mark Halperin, author of the book Game Change which is the source material for an upcoming HBO series, appeared on the cable network's talk show Morning Joe and got suspended for calling President Obama a "dick." Hee hee. [Washington Post]

... Joe Rogan will return as the host of the relaunched Fear Factor, which NBC will begin airing this fall. Rogan took the job because he was offered a job. [TV Guide]

... After more than 41 years on the air, All My Children will air its final episode on September 23. Start planning your farewell parties now. [ABC via press release]

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