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'THE REAL' CO-HOST JEANNIE MAI STARTS WEB SERIES: The Real co-host Jeanni Mai has started her own web series where she will discuss her life, her recent divorce, beauty, body and family, etc. The series is called Hello Hunnay -- her famous catchphrase from the show -- and it is meant to be a self help style segment where she talks about all the things she's learned in her life.

NETFLIX HEADQUARTERS EXACUATED AMID REPORTS OF ACTIVE SHOOTER: Variety reported that Netflix's Hollywood campus was evacuated and on lockdown over a report of a person with a deadly weapon yesterday afternoon (February 14th). The suspect was ultimately arrested and taken into custody off site and had no weapon. Authorities were called to the scene at 3:53pm over a man who possibly had a gun. Netflix later released a statement, saying, "We received a tip about a potential law enforcement incident. Police are conducting a sweep of the lot out of an abundance of caution. There is no immediate danger or threat to our employees."

NICKELODEON TO REVIVE 'ALL THAT': Nickelodeon has announced that they will be reviving All That. According to Variety, Kenan Thompson -- who got his start on the show, will serve as executive producer. Nickelodeon expects former cast members to make appearances in the series. Thompson told Variety in a statement that he is so happy to be on board, saying, "It means everything to me. It was my first job that I ever had. It gave me an opportunity." The show started the careers of Kel Mitchell, Amanda Bynes, Nick Cannon and Jamie Lynn Spears and more. Brian Robbins, president of Nickelodeon said in a statement, "We think there’s a great opportunity to find the next pool of stars. We want to bring the show back in a real fun way. This summer, we are going to bring back a lot of the original cast and the cast through the years, and let them introduce the new cast of ‘All That’ to the world."

HGTV MAY BE MAKING A BIG CHANGE TO HOUSE HUNTERS: Reports say that HGTV's House Hunters is undergoing a huge change -- it's losing it's trademark narration. According to E! News, Andromeda Dunker is currently the voice of the series, serving the narrator role since 2009. She told Buzzfeed that she actually saw a recent episode of the show without her narration. She said, "It's really rare for a show to be this popular for this long and for someone to have a job like this for 10 years. I feel really lucky. Would I love to keep doing it forever? Yes." House Hunters airs new episodes on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on HGTV.