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A2 | Orlando Sentinel Tuesday, November 8, 2011 ABCDE People & Arts PUBLISHER Howard Greenberg 407-420-5070 publisher@ orlandosentinel.com EDITOR Mark Russell 407-420-5467 mrussell@ orlandosentinel.com SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT/ GENERAL MANAGER Avido Khahaifa 407-420-5341 gmanager@ orlandosentinel.com VICE PRESIDENT/ ADVERTISING DIRECTOR John D’Orlando 407-420-5101 jdorlando@ orlandosentinel.com MAIN NEWSROOM 407-420-5411 DIGITAL NEWS EDITOR: John Cutter 407-540-3593, jcutter@orlandosentinel.com VISUALS EDITOR: Bonita Burton 407-650-6374, bburton@orlandosentinel.com LOCAL NEWS EDITOR: Lisa Cianci 407-420-5043, lcianci@orlandosentinel.com BREAKING NEWS EDITOR: Michelle Guido 407-420-5268, mguido@orlandosentinel.com COMMUNITY LIFE EDITOR : Kim Marcum 407-420-5082, kmarcum@orlandosentinel.com SPORTS EDITOR: Tim Stephens 407-420-5698, tstephens@orlandosentinel.com OPINIONS EDITOR: Mike Lafferty 407-420-5406, mlafferty@orlandosentinel.com DELIVERY ISSUES, WET PAPER COMPLAINTS, VACATION STOPS, MANAGER CONTACT: 407-420-5353 OUTSIDE ORLANDO: 1-800-359-5353 TO ADVERTISE 407-420-5100 CLASSIFIEDS 1-800-669-5757 A TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY135th YearNo. 31236Pages WFTV-Channel 9 made a big move this fall by replacing “Oprah” with “Dr. Oz” at 4 p.m. weekdays. The ABC affiliate has another big move planned for next fall: Steve Harvey’s new talk show will take over the 3p.m. time slot of “General Hospital.” ABC will no longer program the 3p.m. hour and has opened the time slot for a syndicated talk show from Katie Couric. Disney/ABC says “Katie” is sold to 60 percent of the country. But in Orlando, Couric will air on WESH-Channel 2, which hasn’t announced a time slot for her. WFTV decided to go another direction. General Manager Shawn Bartelt is high on Harvey, who hosts “Family Feud” on WRDQ-Channel 27, WFTV’s sister station. “He’s funny. He’s written extensively about relationships and has that ability to connect with women and talk about the relationships in their lives,” Bartelt said. “He has broad appeal to everyone.” “Steve Harvey” is sold to more than 55percent of the country, NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution said Monday. Bartelt likes her chances with Harvey, the popular comedian. “During daytime you need a show with broad appeal and ethnic appeal if you want to win time periods,” she said. So what happens to “General Hospital”? Soap fans are worried, especially after ABC canceled two soaps in favor of lifestyle shows. “The Chew,” a food program, replaced “All My Children” at 1p.m. “The Revolution,” with Tim Gunn and Ty Pennington, starts at 2 p.m. in January after “One Life to Live” leaves the network. The changes have soap fans asking where “GH” will land. WFTV program manager John Keyes wrote to a fan: “The ABC Television Network is no longer going to program the 3p.m. time slot beginning in the fall of 2012. They have already informed us of that. They have not officially said that ‘General Hospital’ is going away but there will no longer be a3 p.m. ABC Network program provided to us. I do not officially know if ABC will be moving ‘General Hospital’ to another time period or cancellingit.” ABC released a statement earlier this year that the cancellation of “General Hospital” wasn’t inevitable. The statement reads: “Rather it means that in September 2012 we will program our daytime block with our three strongest shows. … The best way to ensure a favorite show stays on the air is to watch it.” WFTV banked on “Dr. Oz” by putting his show in the slot where Oprah Winfrey aired for 25 years. Bartelt said WFTV’s priority was to continue winning the 5-6:30 p.m. news time slots, which the station did in October. “Oz is doing what I need him to do,” Bartelt said. “I would like it to be a little better than it is, but he is delivering women to the 5 o’clock news.” Another change for WFTV next fall: a talk show with “Survivor” host Jeff Probst that Bartelt plans to air at 9 a.m. “He connects with people,” she said. “He’s very concerned about people. He’s not into pretension.” hboedeker@tribune.com By Hal Boedeker Television Critic Harvey Steve Harvey to get soap slot on WFTV It’s Vegas, baby, as the “90210” gang heads to sin city. Don’t expect the strip to ever be the same. 8p.m., The CW. —Contra Costa Times TV today Literary Logan Donahoo, Amanda Lagerand others read original prose at “There Will Be Words” from 7-9 p.m. at Urban Re- Think, 625 E. Central Blvd., Orlando. Free (donations accepted). 407-650-8004, therewillbewords.com. Nightlife See burlesque, sideshow performances and music by Tigeriss and Skye Paige at the “Coney Island Rock n’ Roll Roadshow” at 9 p.m. at Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave., Orlando. Tickets are $8 (21or older). 407-898-5070. To do today It is the mission of the Orlando Sentinel to pursue the truth aggressively. Our policy, in doing so, is to correct mistakes promptly and to clarify information reported in less-than- clear context. To report an error, email corrections@orlandosentinel.com or call 407-650-6410. CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS and it’s always handled so well that I never really had any reason to worry about it.” The episode, called “The First Time,” also finds heterosexual McKinley High couple Finn (Cory Monteith) and Rachel (Lea Michele)having sex with each other for the first time. And the whole thing is set against the backdrop of the Artie- directed (Kevin McHale)production of “West Side Story.” “I think it’s handled very sweetly and very emotionally,” Colfer says. “They’re expecting this big, raunchy, suggestive, brainwashing storyline when really it’s very sweet.” —TheWrap Emmy-winning “Glee” star Chris Colfer says he expects TV watchdog groups to have a problem with Tuesday night’s episode of the show, which features two teen couples having sex for the first time. And the actor says he was nervous about the storyline himself when he first heard what “Glee” creator Ryan Murphy had planned for his character, Kurt, and boyfriend Blaine (Darren Criss). “I absolutely expect to hear from (watchdog groups),” Colfer tells EW.com. “It’s funny, I always go into this instant panic state whenever they tell me about upcoming episodes, because we always do so many delicate situations on the show. But then I get the script and we shoot it, Sebastian (played by Grant Gustin, left) and Blaine (Darren Criss) star in “Glee.” Bracing for a backlash Celebrities Unpleasant surprise: Late Sunday, rapper Drake’snew album, “Take Care,”leaked almost in its entirety on the Internet. An early review noted “it’s an album worthy of … the immense hype”— though that’s probably little consolation for Drake. “Take Care” is due out Nov. 15. Fighting back: Justin Bieber plans to take a DNA test to prove he is not the father of a child with Mariah Yeater,who recently slapped Bieber with a paternity suit, People.com and TMZ.com report. Bieber, who vehemently denies Yeater’s allegation, also likely will sue her, his camp says. Beaten up: Singer Avril Lavignesaid she suffered a bloodied face and black eye after five people allegedly attacked her and boyfriend Brody Jenneroutside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotelearly Sunday morning, TMZ.com reports. The attackers reportedly fled before police arrived. News services contributed to this report. 5HOURS The approximate amount of time Lindsay Lohanserved in jail before she was released early Monday because of overcrowding. She had been ordered to spend 30 daysbehind bars for a probation violation, but word came soon after that she would be released early. 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