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Published: Monday, August 11, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

All up in his Grylls

Channel-surfing the vast cultural wasteland: Hollywood hunk Channing Tatum is released into the woods in tonight's episode of “Running Wild With Bear Grylls.” What savage wilderness must Tatum survive for two nights? Yosemite National Park.

Using only their wits, a compact mirror — Tatum's — and a spork, the pair must start a fire for an evening ranger talk, whittle a marshmallow stick and fashion a shelter from an REI four-man tent.

Room with “The View”: The departures of Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy from the daytime talk show, “The View,” leave Whoopi Goldberg as the only returning co-host when the show resumes in September.

Eager to return to TV since he left “The Tonight Show” in February, Jay Leno offered to join the panel and — requested or not — would wear a dress.

Is there a part for Adele Dazeem? A publisher of children's books says that the adventures of Anna and Elsa from Disney's hit movie “Frozen” will continue with at least two more books in January.

Which means Disney should have a sequel out about the time that “Let It Go” stops playing on a loop inside the heads of parents.

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