Ox Notes: November 12, 2009

Even though Let’s Dance was pulled from ABC’s November schedule — and replaced with Find My Family — the celebrity dance-off may not be dead. Cast member Kathy Najimy tweeted that the show will debut in January.

Two shows that are definitely dead: Dollhouse and Hank.

NBC announced their holiday programming plans, including the a cappella competition The Sing-Off.

FOX is working with producer Mark Burnett to develop a competition show for child prodigies called Our Little Genius. Just what neurotic kids with perfectionist tendencies need: the chance to lose thousands of dollars for their families on national television.

Author Ray Bradbury is developing a TV mini-series based on his short stories. Yay!

Dancing with the Stars lovebirds Julianne Hough & Chuck Wicks may or may not have broken up.

People filed a What You Didn’t See report from the set of Tuesday’s DwtS 9 Results Show.

Nigel Lythgoe told People he was "totally disappointed" in the quality of the solos on last night’s So You Think You Can Dance results show.

Top Chef judges Tom Colicchio and Toby Young blogged about last night’s Las Vegas hotel challenge.

The first half of Project Runway‘s two-part season finale airs tonight on Lifetime at 10 ET. Designers Christopher Straub and Gordana Gehlhausen talked to TV Guide about just missing a trip to Bryant Park.