The TV Round-Up

With so many developments in the TV business today, catch up on the news in this edition of The TV Round-Up:

Catch the first 5 minutes of ABC’s new reality series “Take the Money and Run” before it premieres tomorrow. [Inside TV]

Craig Ferguson (hilariously) previews this week’s batch of “Late Late Show” episodes shot in Paris, with guests including Kristen Bell and Jean Reno. [Vulture]

ABC Family renews summer breakout hit “Switched at Birth,” adding 22 more episodes to Season 1. The show will return in early 2012. [Deadline]

The PBS series “Downton Abbey” will return for a second season in early January, with new interests and the world on the brink of war. [The Hollywood Reporter]

“The Voice”‘s Adam Levine sets up karaoke comedy at NBC. [AOL TV]

Sad news for Hef fans (if there are any), Hugh Hefner won’t narrate episodes of “The Playboy Club” after the pilot. [TVGuide]


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