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Syndication Fallout: Warner Bros. has decided to discontinue its syndicated “Kung Fu: The Legend Continues” when the current batch of original episodes runs out at the end of the year. The series, which premiered in January 1993, stars David Carradine and Chris Potter. The studio expects to decide in May whether to go forward with “Babylon 5,” another of the series it launched under the Prime Time Entertainment Network banner, along with the late “Pointman” and “Time Trax.” Meanwhile, the sun has set on Rysher’s 2-year-old syndicated western, “Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years,” because of low ratings.


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