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CBS will make a programming switcheroo with Clubhouse going to Saturdays at 8pm, and Amazing Race going to Tuesdays at 9p. Amazing Race will first be seen on Tuesdays come November 16 when it will air a 2-hour episode beginning at 9pm and bumping Judging Amy for the evening.

Also making a switch is the WB - The Mountain on Wednesdays at 9 with move to Sundays at 9p starting 10/31; Jack & Bobby (which rec'd a full season pick up after its second outing) will go to Wednesdays effective one week from tonight. Additionally, the WB has given The Mountain an order for 4 additional scripts.

NBC has swung the first official ax of the season, and it took out Hawaii. Originally the show had been put on hiatus and production in Hawaii continued. Over the weekend, that changed, per Variety, and production has closed shop.

USA has ordered up a second season of The 4400 (Paramount Television), with a 13 episode order. Production begins in first qtr and the show is expected on the schedule this June. The first time around, The 4400 aired as a six hour miniseries, debuting last July with a total viewing audience of 7.4 million.

Creative Prod Group has picked up the feature film rights to the Normal Lear series Good Times.

Fox has ordered a script for a new legal drama from David Hollander (The Guardian). The project is set in a legal clinic in LA wherein legal professors and their students work together in providing legal assistance to those who cannot afford it.

Hollander has also received a script order from ABC for a drama project titled Three Rivers, also a crime drama, with three points of view - crime journalist daughter and divorcee, father newspaper publisher, and ex-husband/son in law police officer.
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