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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 11.17.15

Adam Levine has decided it’s time for a change. Details next on the Morning Scoop right after Sue has a peek at the commute

Charlie Sheen revealed that he is HIV Positive, sitting down with Matt Lauer this morning to discuss his diagnosis. Sheen said he has known he was HIV positive for about 4 years now. He decided to come forward with his condition now because has paid millions to individuals to keep them quiet about his HIV positive status.

Remember when Lindsay Lohan was just an actress instead of tabloid headlines? Yeah, me neither, but it seems we finally return to those glorious days. Lohan shared on Instagram that she is back on a movie set for the first time in two years, filming The Shadow Within. Best known for her roles in Parent Trap, Freaky Friday and Mean Girls, Lohan spent more time in the spotlight for her off-set antics than for her movie roles in recent years.

Adam Levine decided it was time for a change apparently….. the rocker and Voice judge wanted some fresh ink, in the form of a GIANT back tattoo…..seriously giant. It involves a mermaid holding a skull….naturally. We’ve posed the photo on our Warm Facebook and Twitter.

It’s that time of year again… where we find out if our favorite shows have made the cut.

If you are a fan of Wicked City….you might be the only one. The ABC thriller was cancelled after only 3 episodes.

ABC’s drama Blood & Oil will end after only 10 episodes as will NBC’s comedy Truth Be Told.

Fans of American Horror Story, fear not, the hit has been renewed for a 6th season.

NBC’s Chicago Fire and Chicago PD have both been renewed… speaking of, the newest installment in the Chicago dramas, Chicago Med debuts tonight on NBC!

Blindspot has been picked up for a 2nd season

HBO’s The Brink was cancelled after one season.

ABC’s Rookie Blue has been cancelled after it’s 6 season run.

You can check the list to see if your favorite show has been cancelled or renewed HERE

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