MICHAEL STRAHAN PISSED OFF ABC WITH RECENT INTERVIEW: ABC execs are reportedly not happy that Michael Strahan is still talking about his exit from Live. A source told Page Six of his recent interview with People magazine, "They are pissed at him for mentioning Kelly Ripa in his interview. Big surprise there. They thought he was over it, and here he is rehashing it. It’s sort of obvious they wouldn’t be happy...Everyone thought he’d moved on." A rep for the network called the story "old gossip."JANE PAULEY TO ANCHOR CBS’ SUNDAY MORNING: CBS has officially announced that Jane Pauley will replace Charles Osgood as host of Sunday Morning. Charles’ final episode aired on Sunday (September 25th.) Jane’s first broadcast will be on October 9th. BILL NUNN HAS DIED AT 62: Do the Right Thing actor Bill Nunn has passed away at the age of 62. A cause of death has not been revealed but Spike Lee said that he died in his hometown of Pittsburgh. Bill played Radio Raheem in Spike’s Do the Right Thing and is also known for roles in the Spider-Man trilogy, Sister Act and School Daze. HBO TO RE-AIR ‘THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW’: HBO will be granting Garry Shandling’s dying wish by re-airing old episodes of The Larry Sanders Show. It aired for six seasons before ending in 1998. Garry died back in March around the same time that HBO worked out a deal with Sony to air the episodes again. CALIFORNIA PASSES LAW OVER ACTORS AGES ON IMDB: California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new bill requiring IMDB Pro to remove ages from the profile of actors and others listed on the site if they are asked to do so. SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris reacted to the news in a statement saying, "SAG-AFTRA has been working hard for years to stop the career damage caused by the publication of performers’ dates of birth on online subscription websites used for casting like IMDb and StudioSystem. Currently, many websites used for casting proactively present birth dates and ages to casting decision makers who often can’t avoid seeing this information even if they try. This law will help improve the working lives of all SAG-AFTRA members and aspiring performers." The law only applies to pay subscription accounts.