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Tom Cavanagh and Ivana Milicevic with guest star Ben Folds star in the now defunct "Love Monkey."
updated 4/6/2006 11:52:21 AM ET 2006-04-06T15:52:21

The short-lived CBS series “Love Monkey” has found new life on VH1. At least temporarily.

The cable channel will air all eight hourlong episodes of the show beginning next month, a network spokeswoman said Wednesday.

No new episodes have been ordered.

The dramatic comedy, which looks at life and love through the eyes of a cynical, single, 30-something music scout, premiered on CBS in January. The network ordered eight episodes, but the series was scrapped after three.

VH1 will air the three previously seen shows back-to-back on April 11, starting at 7 p.m. ET. The remaining five installments will air weekly on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. beginning April 18.

“Love Monkey,” based on Kyle Smith’s 2004 book of the same name, stars Tom Cavanagh as protagonist Tom Farrell. Jason Priestly, Larenz Tate and Christopher Wiehl also star.

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