CBS SHOOTS DOWN CHELSEA HANDLER RUMORS: Rumors that Chelsea Handler will be making a move to CBS seem to be false. A rep for the network has denied that they are discussing the possibility of Chelsea taking over Craig Ferguson's gig as host of The Late Late Show. The source explained, "There are no discussions with Chelsea Handler regarding the network's 12:30 late night broadcast. Her meeting with CBS yesterday was a general meeting with our syndication division."
OWN HAS NOT CANCELED 'LINDSAY': Lindsay Lohan's OWN docu-series has not been canceled. With the final episode set to air this Sunday (April 20th,) the network has not decided whether to order more episodes beyond the eight that were initially given the green light. A source told E! News, "Rumors that it is being canceled are untrue. The intention was always to do eight episodes. The show is not being canceled." The show's premiere nabbed less than 700,000 viewers -- fewer than anticipated but still making it the highest rated docu-series on OWN among women 18-34.
FX RENEWS 'THE AMERICANS': Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys will be back on The Americans. FX has announced plans for a third season of the FX drama. It is expected to return in 2015 with 13 new episodes. Programming president Eric Schrier said in a statement, "The Americans continues be one of the best shows on television. Executive Producers Joe Weisberg, Joel Fields and Graham Yost have done a wonderful job delivering two seasons, and the performances from Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich are stellar. Fans will be blown away by the rest of this season, and we can't wait to see what they come up with next year."
'THE VIEW' TO WELCOME ALL 11 CO-HOSTS: ABC has recruited all 11 past and present co-hosts of The View to come together for Barbara Walters' final week. Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, Joy Behar, Debbie Matenopoulos, Lisa Ling, Rosie O'Donnell and Elisabeth Hasslebeck will join current co-hosts Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd for the event. The celebration will take place May 12th to the 15th. Walters will continue on as an executive producer on the show after she leaves.
'FARGO' SERIES DEBUTS TO SOLID RATINGS: Tuesday's (April 15th) premiere of the Fargo nabbed 4.15 million viewers over three plays throughout the night. The 10-episode limited series is based on the 1996 Oscar-winning film from the Coen Brothers. The show stars Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Freeman.