Paula Abdul's 'Live to Dance' dead?; 'Raising Hope' snags 'My Name is Earl' stars

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In Zap2it's TV Snacks for Friday (Feb. 11), a former "American Idol" judge may need a new gig and some old TV friends will be visiting some new ones.

Oh, "Live To Dance," we barely knew thee (and from its ratings, we aren't the only ones). It sounds like Paula Abdul's post "Idol" reality competition is dead in the water. Sources say the struggling show won't be returning to CBS. [ TVLine.com]

FOX's  "Raising Hope" snags another couple of "My Name is Earl" alums for guest stars. Jaime Pressley and Ethan Suplee will appear as neighbors who draw Burt ( Garret Dillahunt) and Virginia ( Martha Plimpton) into their drama. [EW]

For your Grammy-viewing fun, the entertainment social network, GetGlue, has partnered with CBS to unlock 3 new stickers for before and during the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards this Sunday, 8 p.m. ET. You can also unlock stickers while watching E!'s "Live from the Red Carpet" and "Fashion Police." [ GetGlue]

AMC's original drama series, "The Killing," will debut with a two-hour premiere on Sunday, April 3 at 9 p.m. ET. After that, normal one-hour episodes will air Sundays at 10 p.m. ET. From writer, executive producer and series' showrunner Veena Sud ( "Cold Case"), "The Killing" tells the story of the murder of a teenage girl in Seattle and the subsequent police investigation. [ AMC]

Grammy-Award nominated Swizz Beatz and his sons, Nasir and Kasseem, are rapping about literacy when they appear on the PBS series, "The Electric Company," on February 21. [ PBS]
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