as_the_world_turnsTonight at 11, G4’s new “Campus PD” comedy starts about college police departments. The big fall finale tonight is “Glee” on FOX at 9. Bravo’s “Top Chef Part 2” also airs its finale tonight at 10.

After 54 years, CBS is canceling the soap opera “As the World Turns,” which will air its last episode next September. The shows producers, run by a subsidiary of Procter and Gamble (see: Soap!) said they are looking for a new channel to host the show. Over the past half century, there have been more than 13,000 episodes created to the tune of 58 Emmy Awards. It launched the careers of James Earl Jones, Meg Ryan, Marisa Tomei and many others.

Staying in the daytime realm for a second, “The Bonnie Hunt Show” is getting canceled — the 2-year-old talk show will cease production in May.

Season 4 of “Keeping up with the Kardashians” will premiere on E! on Sunday at 10 p.m.

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  1. Mary Ellen Karakis

    Cancelling the Bonnie Hunt Show SUCKS!!!! She’s not only genuine and sincere, but very enjoyable to watch. I can’t believe some of the reality shows are being kept on the air and THIS is being cancelled—it truly is a shame. Bonnie’s a lot more fun to watch than Ellen DeGeneres who has, I believe, become too full of herself and lost a lot of the fun she was to watch.
    Good luck , Bonnie, in any future endeavors.

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