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TV Land cancels 'Kirstie'

TV Land is saying goodbye to Kirstie.

EW has confirmed that Kirstie Alley’s latest sitcom has been canceled. Kirstie followed a Tony Award-winning diva (Alley) whose life was turned upside down when the son she gave up for adoption 26 years prior showed up on her doorstep. The series aired for one season, which ended in February.

John Travolta and Kirstie Alley: Inside tonight's 'Kirstie' reunion -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Look who’s talking … again. Tonight’s episode of Kirstie will feature the anticipated reunion of Kirstie Alley and longtime friend John Travolta. Travolta appears on the show as Mickey, a “hunky stagehand” Maddie (Alley) fires and then comforts in the form of a one-night stand. However, things don’t go so well the next morning when Maddie learns a little more about the man she just slept with.

We’ve got an exclusive look at the episode, as well as an interview with Travolta and Alley, in which they discuss how Travolta came to be on the show, their relationship, and, of course, sexual tension. Watch the video below:
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Watch Kirstie Alley in new 'Baby Sellers' clip -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Kirstie Alley is up to no good — well, at least her new character is. In Lifetime’s new original movie Baby Sellers, Alley stars as Carla Huxley, the owner of a U.S. adoption agency. She helps bring families together, but as you can imagine by the title, something isn’t quite right: Huxley actually fronts an infant-trafficking ring. The flick airs Saturday, August 17, at 8 p.m. on Lifetime. If you can’t wait until then, just check out our exclusive clip below:
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Kramer's comeback? Michael Richards cast in Kirstie Alley pilot

Kramer’s heading back to TV.

TV Land confirms to EW that Seinfeld star Michael Richards has been cast in the pilot of Giant Baby, a new sitcom starring Kirstie Alley. The pilot tapes next week. Richards hasn’t had a starring role on the small (or big) screen since 2000, when The Michael Richards Show came and went on NBC. (Blame that old Seinfeld curse, or the fact that the series wasn’t funny.) Of course, his career really hit a standstill in 2006, when a vulgar, belligerent clip of the comedian freely spouting the N-word at West Hollywood’s Laugh Factory hit TMZ.

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