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Fast Track: Bad news for late-night TV

September 03, 2010

A roundup of Friday morning's arts and entertainment headlines:

Late-night TV ratings are in the toilet. (Hollywood Reporter)

Disney, Time Warner Cable strike a new deal. (Los Angeles Times)

Jerry Lewis is 84 and still going. (Los Angeles Times)

Telluride Film Festival unveils its lineup. (Los Angeles Times)

The Black Crowes' Chris Robinson says Taylor Swift is "horrible." (Los Angeles Times)

The band War is suing PepsiCo for using it song "Why Can't We Be Friends." (USA Today)

The man who attempted to extort David Letterman is out of jail. (Associated Press)

Snoop Dogg is making a sequel to his mega-hit "Doggystyle." (Rap Radar)

Jennifer Grey was diagnosed with cancer during "Dancing With the Stars" health check. (Daily Express)

Oscar buzz building for Natalie Portman. (Gold Derby)

The creators of "Paranormal Activity" are making a TV series called "The River." (Hollywood Reporter)

The Spice Girls musical will expose the "underbelly of TV talent shows." (Deadline London)

Good news, everyone! Kat Von D and Jesse James are in love. (People)

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