- - Wednesday, April 18, 2012

The sweetness is gone for Gavin DeGraw on “Dancing with the Stars.”

The singer-songwriter and his professional partner, Karina Smirnoff, were bounced from the ABC show Tuesday after the judges’ scores were combined with viewers’ votes.

Mr. DeGraw has been juggling “Dancing with the Stars” and a concert tour promoting his new album, “Sweeter.”

Returning to compete next week will be actors Jaleel White, Roshon Fegan, William Levy and Melissa Gilbert; singers Gladys Knight and Katherine Jenkins; TV personality Maria Menounos; and football star Donald Driver.

The hosts announced that next week’s Motown-themed episode will feature performances by the Temptations, Martha Reeves and Smokey Robinson.

‘True Blood's' Paquin, Moyer expecting first child together

“True Blood” co-stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer are expecting their first child.

The couple, who met on the set of their HBO vampire drama, have been married since August 2010 and their baby is due in the fall, the Hollywood Reporter confirmed.

This would be the first child for Ms. Paquin, 29. Mr. Moyer, 42, has two children, a 10-year-old daughter and a 12-year-old son from a previous relationship.

As an 11-year-old, Ms. Paquin won an Academy Award for “The Piano.” She and Mr. Moyer have starred on “True Blood” as Sookie and Bill since the Alan Ball series debuted on HBO in September 2008. The series is slated to return for its fifth season June 10.

‘Arrested Development’ creator details Netflix deal

After five years off the air, Netflix is bringing “Arrested Development” back - but don’t expect all of the Bluth family to be back at once.

During a Netflix panel Tuesday at the National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas, “Arrested Development” creator Mitch Hurwitz revealed that the upcoming fourth season of the critically acclaimed former Fox series would be like an anthology series.

“Because everybody is on separate shows, we had this idea to do kind of an anthology series and meet the characters, where they have been, one at a time,” Mr. Hurwitz told attendees, according to the Hollywood Reporter. “That is evolving into the old show again, even though the concept is slightly different.”

Netflix announced in November that it is resurrecting the former Fox ratings underperformer with new originals of the comedy starring Jeffrey Tambor, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Portia de Rossi and Michael Cera set to stream online starting in the first half of next year. (Episodes are expected follow the “Lilyhammer” model, with the full season streaming on premiere day.)

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