The Dancing With the Stars pro, and author of We're Just Not That Into You: Dating Disasters from the Trenches, is now headed back to them.It may not have sent the same sort of shockwaves around the Internet as Jon Stewart announcing his retirement from The Daily Show, Karina Smirnoff confirmed a departure of her own from the small screen yesterday: She will not return to Dancing with the Stars.The cable network is part-owned by Sony Pictures Television and reaches 77 million homes.Among the new series to be launching is , now hosted by Apolo Anton Ohno, but the cable network has recently committed itself to more original programming.He retired from MLB after playing nine Major Leagues in Philadelphia in 2005.
Hoping to win advertising dollars, the GSN Network premiered its coming lineup at an upfront presentation at Sony's headquarters in New York.
The average GSN viewer watches 11 hours of programming per week.
GSN CEO David Goldhill also says his company is a "bit unusual" in that it's in two businesses -- the TV one as well as selling digital games that leverage the company's brands on multiple platforms.
Subway employs a ton of athletes as spokespeople ...
and Apolo kept it all the way real about what the scandal did to them ...