Who's News Monday: Jimmy Kimmel, Camille Grammer, Mad Men, James Van der Beek
Mar 26 2012 08:30 pm CET
In other news today: Jimmy Kimmel gets a new hosting gig, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills loses a cast member, Mad Men hits ratings gold, and The B in Aparment 23 is on Hulu.
ABC has the honor of hosting the Emmy Awards this year and announced Jimmy Kimmel will be the host for the ceremony. This year's event will air Sunday, September 23. Don Mischer, who was the producer for this year's Oscars and Executive Producer for the Emmy Awards on CBS (2009) and NBC (2010), will be in charge of this year's festivities.
Word came down from Bravo today that Camille Grammer will not be returning to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. According to an interview Grammer gave to E! News, she did not "want to expose my personal life so much anymore." The franchise is expected to air its third season later this year.
In case you missed it, Mad Men returned to AMC last night after a 17 month hiatus. It also returned to record ratings, with 3.5 million watching. This makes the fifth-season premiere the most-watched episode ever for the advertising drama.
Finally, ABC has posted the pilot of Don't Trust the B in Apt 23 on Hulu. The show features James Van der Beek as himself and BFF of the B. The second episode will be posted on Hulu next Monday. The comedy premieres on ABC Wednesday, April 11.
Mike McComb – TVLatest.com
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