May 13, 2011 at 4:30 PM ET
• Pro hoofer Kym Johnson, who's partnered with NFL star Hines Ward on "Dancing With the Stars," was just rushed to a Los Angeles-area hospital, TMZ reports. Johnson reportedly fell while practicing with Ward. A video shows the pro taken out of the studio on a stretcher with her neck in a brace. Her rep told TMZ that the medical attention is a precautionary measure "to assure she is OK."
• Fans of "Wonder Woman" won't be getting an updated show after all. Entertainment Weekly reports that NBC has passed on the pilot from David E. Kelly and Warner Bros. (TODAY.com is powered by msnbc.com, which is a joint venture between Microsoft and NBC Universal.) According to EW.com, the pilot earned mixed reviews at test screenings. The show would've starred Adrianne Palicki of "Friday Night Lights" fame. Are you bummed that there won't be an updated "Wonder Woman"? Share your thoughts on Facebook!
• "Two and a Half Men" may be winning today, but several network shows aren't. ABC has canceled "Brothers & Sisters," which means the season five finale is the series finale. The network also axed "V," "No Ordinary Family," "Detroit 1-8-7," "Off the Map" and "Mr. Sunshine." NBC is canceling "The Event," "Law & Order: Los Angeles" and "Outsourced." Which cancellations are you most bummed about? Tell us on Facebook.