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Trophies were also awarded to Katie Couric, Good Morning America, and Days of Our Lives.
Plus: Showtime dabbles in cocaine for its next drama, Rosie is returning to The Fosters, and NKOTB gets their own show.
Plus: Sundance imports a nice drama from France, Showtime takes it to the hoop, and Jimmy Kimmel fooled everyone.
Plus: Tim Roth gets a new gig, American Idol hits a series low, and a Chuck Kickstarter movie?
Plus: NBC's Dwight-centric The Office spin-off bites the dust, Anderson Cooper's talk show is canceled, and Chloe Sevigny has a new starring role.
On our list this week: The Bachelor, Raylan Givens, and The Big Bang Theory.
On CBS tonight, one of the only award shows which blame can only be put on the viewers aired. I'm talking of course about the People's Choice Awards, and this year's edition may be the most important for the ceremony--it turned 35 years old tonight. Not only is it a birthday, it also is rebounding from last year's writers strike (which left then host Queen Latifah to fend for herself) and is still building upon its change in voting system--in 2005 it went online to let the "people" choose its winners.
The people have spoken, and they love House, Heroes, and American Idol. The 35th Annual People's Choice Awards has revealed its lengthy list of nominees, and it's full of small-screen favorites.