We're only a few days into 2010 and Jimmy Kimmel's already producing a comedy for NBC, ABC's creating its own cop drama, James Van Der Beek is returning to the small screen, and even wrestling fans are pleased. Whew! Our pals at Inside TV have the full details:

Producers over at 'Lost' must be fans of Leonardo DaVinci. They've used one of his most famous works of art, "The Last Supper," to tease at what's to come for the sixth and final season of the show. We're only a few days into 2010 and Jimmy Kimmel's already producing a comedy for NBC, ABC's creating its own cop drama, James Van Der Beek is returning to the small screen, and even wrestling fans are pleased. Whew! Our pals at Inside TV have the full details:

Producers over at 'Lost' must be fans of Leonardo DaVinci. They've used one of his most famous works of art, "The Last Supper," to tease at what's to come for the sixth and final season of the show.

Already thinking about ditching your New Year's resolution to hit the gym more often? Get motivated again. 'The Biggest Loser' premieres tonight.

Who ever said blondes were the dumb ones? 'Jersey Shore's' Snooki reveals on 'The Jay Leno Show' that -- gasp! -- she doesn't like to read. Shocking stuff here, people.

'The Bachelor's' Jake Pavelka is not a fan of dirty talk. Watch the, err, questionable pun one booted off contestant told the hunky flight attendant.

In the nostalgic words of Hulk Hogan, "It's on, brother." Monday Night Wrestling marks its return.

Back flips and backstabbing. Yes, the teen dramas have returned. Find out what happened last night on ABC Family's 'The Secret Life of the American Teenager' and 'Make It or Break It.'

Dawson makes a comeback! James Van Der Beek will play the recurring role of Dr. West, a womanizer with a big secret, on NBC's'Mercy.' On that same note, Mischa Barton has found work again, too. After the CW pulled the plug on her last project, 'The Beautiful Life' (after just two episodes! Eek!), Barton is back with a guest spot on 'Law & Order: SVU.'

TV execs are rolling out what's in store for later this year. Funny guy Adam Carolla is set to star in a new NBC comedy. He'll play a contractor rebuilding his life after divorce, and his pal Jimmy Kimmel will executive produce. ABC gives the greenlight for '187 Detroit,' a faux-documentary style cop drama that follows the Detroit homicide division.
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