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'Anderson Live' ending: Anderson Cooper's talk show will wrap after this summer

'Anderson Live' will end after this summer after Warner Bros. opted not to pick up 'Anderson Live' for a third season.

By The TV Addict / October 30, 2012

'Anderson Live,' the talk show hosted by Anderson Cooper, will end after this summer.

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