NENE LEAKES JOINS 'TO TELL THE TRUTH': NeNe Leakes has apparently left Real Housewives of Atlanta to hunt for the truth. The Bravo star has reportedly accepted a new gig alongside Betty White as one of the star of a new reboot of To Tell the Truth for ABC. The premise involves three contestants trying to convince a celebrity panel that they are being honest about something they have accomplished but two are lying. Anthony Anderson will be the host. No premiere date has been set yet.
'SCREAM' STAR JOINS 'HOUSE OF CARDS': Former Scream star Neve Cambell has signed on for the fourth season of House of Cards. Her role has not been revealed but the character will be a series regular. The new season is currently in production and will premiere on Netflix in 2016.
SERIES ADAPTATION OF 'FATAL ATTRACTION' IN THE WORKS: A TV series based on the 1987 film Fatal Attraction is in the works. Mad Men alums Maria and Andre Jacquemetton have been hired to work on the script. The story involves a married man who has an affair with a woman who becomes obsessed. It is currently being viewed as a short-order event series with the potential to continue beyond that if all goes well.
TV LAND DUMPS 'DUKES OF HAZZARD': TV Land has pulled all episodes of Dukes of Hazzard in response to the recent uproar over the Confederate flag. The flag is prominently featured on the roof of the car driven by the main characters. Former Dukes star John Schneider discussed the controversy before the show was pulled saying, "Labeling anyone who has the flag a 'racist' seems unfair to those who are clearly 'never meanin' no harm." Dukes of Hazzard rad on CBS from 1979 to 1985.
LIFETIME IS ALSO TELLING THE UNAUTHORIZED STORY OF 'MELROSE PLACE': Lifetime has announced that Melrose Place will also be given the unauthorized behind-the-scenes story treatment. The show will join Beverly Hills, 90210 and Full House along with the previously aired Saved By the Bell story. Melrose Place ran on Fox from 1992 to 1999. The story will be taken from stories told by the cast and crew in interviews over the years.