'America's Most Wanted' making return in December
According to the Associated Press, the Lifetime cable TV network announced Tuesday that the crime-fighting series will return for its 25th season at 9 p.m. Dec. 2. Lifetime has ordered 20 weekly hour-long episodes.
Mr. Walsh will remain as the host of the criminal roundup, which since 1988 has helped bring almost 1,200 fugitives to justice.
Until June, “America's Most Wanted” had been a fixture on the Fox network. Then Fox announced last spring that it was axing the series because of high production costs.
Mr. Walsh calls his show “the court of last resort” in its mission to put criminals behind bars. His 6-year-old son, Adam, was kidnapped and killed in 1981.
Tango trips up Arquette, leads to ‘Dancing’ ouster
It was the last tango for David Arquette.
According to the Associated Press, the 40-year-old actor was dismissed Tuesday from “Dancing With the Stars.”
“This whole thing has been incredible. I’ve loved it,” he said after learning he’d be leaving. “I came here to get to know more about myself, face my fears, entertain people, [give] America a chance to get to know me better and learn how to dance.”
Mr. Arquette earned 47 points out of 60 for his two dances on Monday’s episode: A cha-cha that impressed the judges and a team tango that didn’t.
Judge Carrie Ann Inaba said Mr. Arquette’s cha-cha showed growth. But the team dance failed to come together. Judge Len Goodman said the bulk of the routine “was a disaster.”
Mr. Arquette finished three points ahead of last-place dancer Nancy Grace, who relied on her fans to keep her in the contest. She will return to dance again, along with Ricki Lake, J.R. Martinez, Rob Kardashian and Hope Solo.
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