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Viola Davis, ‘The Help’ actress, to adopt; Jennifer Love Hewitt heads back to TV

Julius Tennon and Viola Davis. (Alberto E. Rodriguez/GETTY IMAGES)

Jennifer Love Hewitt will produce and star as a single mother/illicit massage giver in a new Lifetime series, “Client List.” The show is based on a TV movie of the same name. (Reuters)

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony rode in the same Mustang convertible a month after announcing their split. But despite sharing a back seat, a rep for the ex-couple said they are not getting back together. (TMZ)

LaMarcus Tinker, who played a football player on “Friday Night Lights,” is joining “Glee” to play Mercedes’s boyfriend, who is also a football player (E!)

After the jump, find out which comedian is returning to the sitcom world.

Roseanne Barr is returning to what she’s best at: blue collar sitcoms. The comedian and presidential hopeful is in talks with 20th Century Fox Television to develop a comedy called “Downwardly Mobile.” (Vulture)

Eureka” will get one bonus episode to wrap up the show and appease angry fans. (EW)

Watch the Air Force Band’s absolutely stunning performance of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” (Jezebel)

Porgy and Bess” is being reworked from its original tragic opera form to be a more commercial musical with a happy ending. Stephen Sondheim is not pleased. (New York Times)

Watch “Today” show host Matt Lauer guest star (as himself) on USA’s “Royal Pains.”

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