Ashton Kutcher is 'Forever Young,' 'The Talk' gets a premiere date

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TV Land has picked up an Ashton Kutcher-produced social experiment reality show called "Forever Young." Think "Beauty and the Geek," but with retirees and 20-somethings instead of airheads and nerds. [ TV Land]

CBS has set a premiere date for its "The View" alternative "The Talk." The Sara Gilbert-Julie Chen-Leah Remini-and-others chat show debuts Oct. 18. [ CBS]

"Rescue Me" co-creator Peter Tolan is going back into the network fold. NBC bought comedy script from him called "Brave New World," about the people who work at a living history museum, a la Plimoth Plantation in Massachussetts. [ Variety]

Elle magazine creative director and "The City"/"Stylista" star Joe Zee is getting his own show on Sundance. In "All on the Line," he'll help young fashion designers take the next step in their careers. [ The Cut]

Lauren Graham's "Parenthood" character is getting another love interest. "True Blood's" Kevin Alejandro will square off with William Baldwin for Sarah's affections. [ EW]

The Sept. 2 preseason game between the New York Giants and New England Patriots will be the first NFL contest broadcast in 3-D -- provided you have all the requisite equipment and are a Verison FiOS subscriber. [ Hollywood Reporter]

Discovery's annual Shark Week chewed up its biggest ratings ever. The cable channel says 30.8 million people watched Shark Week programming this year, breaking the record of 29.1 million from 2008. [ Discovery]

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