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TVGN Changing Name to POP

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TVGN (TV Guide Network) has rebranded itself as POP.

"POP is an exciting new chapter for a cable network that has made great progress and generated significant ratings momentum over the past year. Our new brand not only positions the channel for continued growth but reflects its identity, focus and fan base," Leslie Moonves, President and CEO of CBS Corporation, and Jon Feltheimer, CEO of Lionsgate, said in a statement.

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Added President, Entertainment and Media, POP, Brad Schwartz, "A strong brand differentiates a network from its peers. The inspiration for POP is simple — When something stands out from the rest, it pops. It's what everyone is talking about. It's an exceptional talent. It's a one-of-a-kind maverick. When something is so good that it earns a culture of fandom, that's POP — and that's what we want our channel to symbolize, a fresh new media personality that puts us firmly alongside the audience."

POP plans to expand upon it's existing lineup of original series that includes Rock This Boat: New Kids on  the Block andThe Story Behind. The network will launch in early 2015.

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Watch an Exclusive Sneak Peek of Black-ish Now!

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Anthony AndersonLaurence FishburneTracee Ellis Ross. The parents in ABC's upcoming sitcom Black-ish are all stars in their own right, but as this exclusive sneak peek proves, the kids can more than keep up.

When his father Andre (Anderson) bemoans his decision to try out for field hockey over basketball, Andre Jr. (Marcus Scribner) bats down each parental concern like a seasoned pro before precociously adding that he's decided to change his name to Andy.

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"I think it says I'm edgy, but approachable," Andre Jr. Andy says.

"I think it says I hate my father and I play field hockey," Andre retorts.

Watch the exclusive sneak peek below and check out Black-ish Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 9:30/8:30c.

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Which Former Saturday Night Live Cast Member Has Been Named the New Announcer?

Darrell Hammond | Photo Credits: Mary Ellen Matthews/NBC

Former Saturday Night Live cast member Darrell Hammond will return to Studio 8H as the show's new announcer, NBC has announced. He'll begin the new gig at the start of the upcoming season.

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Hammond appeared on the sketch show from 1995-2009, longer than any other cast member in the show's 39 years. The comedian is best known for his impressions of Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Sen. John McCain, Donald Trump and Sir Sean Connery, to name a few. Hammond has since guest-starred on Damages and Are We There Yet?, and was a judge this year on NBC's Sing Your Face Off.

The 58-year-old replaces longtime announcer Don Pardo, who died last month at the age of 96.

Saturday Night Live returns on Sept. 27 with host Chris Pratt and musical guest Ariana Grande.

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