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TV Junkie: From 'Californication' to Real Life; PaleyFest 2010 Plans

Rick Springfield's storyline on "Californication" seems to have migrated to reality
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In a fiction-becomes-reality story, Rick Springfield, who has had a recurring role on this season of "Californication" as himself-trying-to-market-his-memoirs, will be publishing his actual memoirs in October of 2010 without any help from Charlie Runkle.
It's not too early to be thinking about the 2010 William S. Paley Television Festival, particularly since it will be honoring "Glee", nominated for four Golden Globes. In order to accommodate even more attendees, the festival, which runs from February 26-March 14, is moving locations from the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood to the Saban Theater (formerly the Wilshire Theater) in Beverly Hills.
"Tosh.0" is coming back to Comedy Central in a big way starting on January 13th: the networked ordered 25 episodes and inked a deal with Daniel Tosh for a standup special, CD, DVD, and tour.
G4's "Attack of the Show" host Olivia Munn will be gracing the cover of the January 2010 Maxim, here's a behind-the-scenes video.The TV Junkie Plan: "The New Adventures of Old Christine", "Mythbusters", "Nip/Tuck", "Lopez Tonight", Conan

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