The CW gets '18 to Life,' '60 Minutes' leads News and Doc Emmy noms

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Comedy lives on The CW! Sort of. The network is importing the Canadian show "18 to Life" (pictured), about young newlyweds and their families, for a six-week run starting Aug. 3 [ The CW]

"60 Minutes" is the leading nominee for the 31st annual News and Documentary Emmys with 16 nods; PBS leads all networks with 37 nominations. [ NATAS]

"Nip/Tuck" is getting syndicated. The former FX show is joining "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" in Logo's lineup starting in October. [ Logo]

Comedian Lisa Lampanelli -- aka the Queen of Mean -- will be part of Comedy Central's David Hasselhoff roast. Censors, get your button fingers ready. [ TMZ]

Ratings for baseball's All-Star Game on FOX Tuesday were way down compared to last year. In fact, the audience was the smallest since at least 1972. [ TV by the Numbers]

Presenting ... "Sharktopus"! [ The Live Feed]

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