'Fringe' heads to the Science Channel; Daytime Emmys head to HLN

fringe-season-finale-worlds-apart-joshua-jackson-fox.jpgEnjoy some delicious TV snacks while preparing for the summer season.

-- On the heels of the "Fringe" Season 4 finale and the news that the show has been picked up for a final 13-episode Season 5, the show has been sold into syndication to the Science Channel. The station, which recently re-ran cult hit "Firefly," will also be able to be part of a streaming service. "Fringe" marathon, anyone? [ Deadline]

-- The Daytime Emmy Awards will have a new broadcast home this year -- and one that you probably wouldn't think of as the home of an awards show. HLN, home of Nancy Grace and Dr. Drew, will air the Daytime Emmys at 8 p.m. ET June 23. [ HLN]

-- Fox News vet Sean Hannity has signed a multi-year deal to continue as host of "Hannity." He joined the network in 1996 and will continue in his current role for at least four more years. [ Fox News]

-- Lifetime has pushed back the premiere date for its unscripted show "The Week the Women Went." The show, in which all the women of a small South Carolina town leave home for a week, had been scheduled for June 6 but will now debut sometime in August. [ Lifetime]

-- "The Exorcist" as a TV series? It could happen: "Martha Marcy May Marlene" writer-director Sean Durkin is about to shop a project that would use William Peter Blatty's best-seller as the basis for a series that's as much about the effects of a possession on a family than the actual exorcism. [ Vulture]
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