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CBS Sued Again; 'Spider-Man' Writer Goes 'Glee'

Mike connors • Mike Connors, star of the 1960's detective show "Mannix" has sued CBS and Paramount, claiming he is owed millions in unpaid royalties. Last month, "Happy Days" cast members also sued CBS for unpaid percentages of merchandising revenue. Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.

• Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the comic book writer and playwright who was recently hired to revise Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," will become a writer and co-producer on Fox's television show "Glee." The musical comedy is often criticized for its inconsistent writing. Deadline has the details.

• Andrew Lloyd Webber's Foundation will donate almost $52 million to arts institutions in the United Kingdom. The British government has recently educed its financial support of cultural organizations. Check it out at The New York Times.

Los Angeles Times looks at the coming fall shows and how networks are focusing on appealing to female viewers.

Pictured: Mike Connors (Photo: Getty Images)

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