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'American Ninja Warrior' veteran Geoff Britten advances to national finals

“American Ninja Warrior” veteran and Olney resident Geoff Britten has advanced to the NBC show’s national finals in Las Vegas after competing in the Philadelphia city finals. But it wasn’t without a fall.

Britten breezed through most of the round in Monday night’s episode with his wife, Jessica Britten, watching nervously on the sidelines.

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'Bachelor in Paradise' recap: Newcomers no one recognizes put relationships to the test

Welcome back to "Bachelor in Paradise!"

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Keegan-Michael Key to co-star in Netflix series about Harvard alumni

The new Netflix series "Friends From College" is set to begin shooting this fall in New York with an ensemble cast comprising Second City veteran Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders and Fred Savage, among others.

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'The Jim Gaffigan Show' to end after Season 2

TV Land's "The Jim Gaffigan Show" will end after its second season, star and creator Jim Gaffigan announced via Twitter on Monday.

In a statement posted to social media site WhoSay, Gaffigan wrote on behalf of himself and his wife, Jeannie: "After months of discussion Jeannie and I have decided to make season 2 of 'The Jim Gaffigan Show' the final season.

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'GMA's' Amy Robach says on-air racial slur 'a mistake'

"Good Morning America" co-anchor Amy Robach has apologized for saying "colored people" on Monday's broadcast of the ABC program.

Her use of the term sparked criticism on social media. "Offensive," tweeted one viewer. Another said Robach "gets a pass this time" but vowed to ditch "GMA" for a rival morning program if it happened again.

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'Family Feud' to host auditions in Baltimore in September

If you think your family has what it takes to make it on "Family Feud," here’s your chance.

The TV game show, hosted by comedian Steve Harvey, will hold auditions in Baltimore on Sept. 10 and 11, according to the "Family Feud" website.

Auditions are by appointment only and require all five family members, related by "blood, marriage or legal adoption," to attend, according to the TV show's call number.

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