Jeremy Clarkson: The popular host of the even more popular "Top Gear" had it all, and then he had to go and ruin it by punching a producer. While Clarkson is currently being sued for $150,000, the good news is he's got a new job at Amazon to help settle the racial discrimination and personal injury case.
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TLC: Eh, what took so long in canceling "19 Kids and Counting," TLC? Oh, right -- business got in the way. "19 Kids" was the Discovery cable channel's top-rated show, which still doesn't feel like enough of an excuse to wait like two months to pull the plug on a series that featured an accused child molester.
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"The Briefcase": Speaking of reality TV bombs, we present CBS' "The Briefcase!" The show attempted to say something socially, we suppose, but instead it was dismissed as "poverty porn." Maybe giving the poor people a box of money and pitting them against another poor family wasn't the best idea in socially conscious 2015.
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"Coach": Nope, that wasn't a dream. "Coach" was actually set to return on NBC for midseason via a 13-episode order. Instead, they old gang got together to shoot a pilot, which died only somewhat quietly. We won't hold our breath for more "Major Dad."
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