If you’re a fan of the Grammy Awards, mark your calendar for Feb. 10 — that’s when the annual event will be held next year.
The Staples Center in Los Angeles again will be the stage for what’s billed as “music’s biggest night.” The nominations will be revealed two months earlier on Dec. 5 during a live prime-time concert on CBS.
CBS also will broadcast the Grammy Awards.
This year’s Grammy broadcast was seen by almost 40 million viewers, making it the second most-watched Grammys in history. The broadcast was highlighted by Adele’s Grammy sweep and a tribute to Whitney Houston, who died a day before the event.
Edie Falco’s ‘Nurse Jackie’ renewed for fifth season
Former “Dexter” showrunner Clyde Phillips is taking the helm at Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie.”
With a new showrunner firmly in place, the dramedy starring Edie Falco has been renewed for a fifth season. The Emmy-nominated Mr. Phillips replaced co-creators Linda Wallem and Liz Brixius, who left the New York-based series this year. Production on season five will begin late this year.
“Clyde brings a unique combination of skills in both comedy and drama, and he is a master at making entertaining and compelling television,” Showtime entertainment chief David Nevins said of the show’s new hire, who joins Ms. Falco, Richie Jackson and Caryn Mandabach as an executive producer.
• Compiled from Web and wire reports.
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