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Let's see how the first new shows of the season add up
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My Last Days will force you to ask yourself questions: do I embrace my life and live fully?
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“What we do is a calling, my dear. We make people happy.” - Joan Rivers to Louis C.K. on Louie
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It is almost that time of year again when the leaves turn brown, weekends are consumed by sports and TV returns to its better self.
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“Have you tried turning it off and on again?”
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The competition for viewers is only going to get fiercer as a larger number of distribution channels offer more and higher quality original content offerings.
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ABC announces plans to air a Bachelor/Bachelorette hour long blooper episode
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The spring schedule is starting to heat up as fan favorites return and some new shows make their debut.
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It's always fascinating (and slightly frustrating) to absorb Mad Men creator and show runner Matthew Weiner getting philosophical and Big Picture-y (with nary a specific spoiler to be found!) ahead of a new season of the show.
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Needless to say: if you are in the Zero Spoilers camp for Mad Men's Season Six premiere, do not click this link!
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What we know for sure is that there will be a lot going on.
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"Surely you can't be serious," my interior voice exclaimed when I saw the news.
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The crucially important thing was to come up with the cheesiest headline and sub-head copy possible to convey this information to you.
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"I've gotten to do a lot of weird stuff." - January Jones
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I'd have to think that in pitching Zero Hour, someone came up with the idea that it would be akin to The Da Vinci Code: The TV Show, and some television exec at ABC said yes, yes, yes... I SEE IT.
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When any basic reality show becomes one of the most popular shows on all of television on a given night, it forces you to take notice.
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The Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning abound with snubs and surprises.
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Good and bad news comes from four couples of the ABC mega-franchise.
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Republican nominee Mitt Romney, a master of the awkward and slightly robotic turn of phrase, provided a jewel for web enthusiasts last night by referring to "binders full of women" while seeking to hire a diverse gubernatorial staff in Massachusetts.
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A look at the premieres of 666 Park Avenue, Last Resort, and The Neighbors.
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Who brilliantly embodies this persona on television?
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Omar comin' (clean).
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Showrunner Greg Daniels announced that the upcoming ninth season will be the show's last.
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Both the Wisconsin Congressman and fictional advertising executive Bert Cooper share a love for novelist and libertarian/objectivist icon, Ayn Rand.
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“They’re critically acclaimed," he said of AMC shows to investors on an earnings call Wednesday. "But not viewed as much by our audience. And our customers can go to iTunes and get ‘Mad Men’ the same time it’s on.”
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"All right, sometimes we get obsessed by things. Wait until you see this guy – his obsession is over a train." Audio from video clip: "AW YEAH, LOOK AT THAT BELL."
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Like bad Astro Turf with a half-life of several millennia, the "classic" '70s sitcom may turn back up on television in an updated form.
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(Hint: It has a colon in it!)
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Long story short: it's in Dish's interest to get right with AMC Networks and get the channels back into their lineup by the fall.
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The potential showcased in the three-part sci-fi musical tragicomedy is nearly maddening, and now is as good a time as any to request, nay, demand more!
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Wilfred and Anger Management are also expected to be renewed.
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When smart business meets bad TV.
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With the passing of Jeffersons' star Sherman Hemsley, who passed away today at the age of 74, I'm left wondering if many young people are aware of where The Jeffersons sits in the pantheon of television shows and its reflection of changing race relations in the United States.
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Viacom and DirecTV come to an agreement and end the blackout of dozens of Viacom-owned networks.
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The arrest was made at the Tiki Theater, an adult movie theater in Hollywood. Willard was the narrator of Market Warriors, a spin-off of the long running Antiques Roadshow.
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Industry churn and disruption continues.
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My money is on more people cutting the cord each day.
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There are simply too many entertainment choices in most homes for people to maintain that kind of brand connection.
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Comedy Central's parent company pulled much of its online content last week as part of a dispute with DirecTV.
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Series creator Vince Gilligan leaves the door open to a Breaking Bad movie during a Comic-Con panel.
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The Breaking Bad Season Five Comic-Con trailer certainly puts Mike front and center.
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Millions of cost-conscious consumers will critically evaluate where their entertainment dollars are spent and ask: Is this whole cable/satellite television bill that we're currently paying really worth it... when there are other viable options out there?
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Dish pulled AMC from its channel lineup two weeks ago, but Breaking Bad fans will get temporary relief from the blackout.
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The thing, I realized, is that my desire to "binge" on a given show is almost always inextricably tied to my desire to watch it at all.
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HBO dramas Boardwalk Empire and Treme are now both slated for their third season premiere dates.
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Always charismatic and with a flair for the eccentric, Borgnine is perhaps best known for the character of Lt. Commander Quinton McHale in McHale's Navy.
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Roger Sterling and the rest of us will get what we want, and sooner than most people realize.
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Here's where Bob Costas said exactly what we were all thinking: "It seems that If all of these accusations are false, you are the unluckiest and most persecuted man that any of us has ever heard about."
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Bryan Cranston issues a threat on behalf of his fictitious alter ego.
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15 former bachelors and bachelorettes plus six “super fans” will come together to compete for $250,000
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NBC is finalizing a deal to buy a modern-day Hatfields and McCoys show.
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A look forward to next season's pilots from ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX
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Community gets another season, but loses its showrunner.
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Two African African men are suing The Bachelor, claiming racial discrimination
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We make a case for The Hunger Games sequel going to a TV director.
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What will be next for the talented but prickly newsman/pundit/provocateur?
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The Real All Americans is based on a book by Sally Jenkins, which chronicles the football team at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School.
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Break out your North Dakotan accents and your wood chippers, Fargo might be coming to FX.
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If The Godfather is any indication, a dead horse usually helps jump-start a Hollywood production, not cancel one. But I guess we live in a different world now.
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Giancarlo Esposito – Breaking Bad’s Gus Fring – finds a new face on JJ Abrams’ upcoming pilot, Revolution, on NBC.
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James Spader has no plans to return to The Office following the conclusion of Season Eight.
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Downton Abbey's popularity follows it overseas as it brings in record numbers for PBS.
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Star Jones' return to The View leads to an awkward segment and apprehensive tweets.
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Emmy-winner Bradley Whitford joins Ali Larter on The Asset, a new pilot ordered by Fox.
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In this final stretch run to Mad Men's Season Five premiere (Sunday, March 25th, on AMC) every scrap of promotion and teaser info we can dig up is both tantalizing and maddening.
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Dan Harmon announces the much-anticipated return of Community.
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The annual toy and collectible trade show reveals lots of TV themed items you'll want for your very own.
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Networks are paying more than ever for big-name celebrities for the judges' panel.
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Contestants admit outside involvement throughout different seasons of Survivor.
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MTV's new show, I Just Want My Pants Back, comes under fire from the PTC.
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As a result of negotiations to use songs owned by Sir Paul McCartney for the show, the 69-year-old Sir Paul will have a walk-on role during Mad Men's fifth season.
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MTV announces the return of Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory with a preview.
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Nurse Jackie heads to rehab in the trailer for seasoun four.
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That's not to imply that I would actually watch it.
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"A small man can cast a large shadow." - Varys
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You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake.
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The Pauly D Project gets a premiere date.
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MTV's Teen-Mom reveals her salary and North America's shame
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The first wave of Netflix-exclusive original content has arrived.
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The deal also ensures that show creator Kurt Sutter will remain with FX and Twentieth Century Fox exclusively for at least three years.
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ABC has announced the next Bachelorette and she is no stranger to the process
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Would you watch a show all about Dwight?
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Could a major character be killed off soon?
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Cougar Town will air its third season premiere on Tuesday, Feb. 14 at 8:30 p.m.
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Game of Thrones headlines a slate featuring a handful of newcomers.
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What has the creator of The Sopranos been up to lately?
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After a long wait, we're heading into the home stretch.
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Day One round-up of PBS at the TCA Winter 2012 Press Tour.
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The 19-year-old statched up a five million dollar record deal and a Super Bowl commercial today.
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After years of rumors and speculation that "king of all media" Howard Stern would join a broadcast network reality show as a talent judge, it is now official that he will replace the departing Piers Morgan as a judge on America's Got Talent next season.
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And now, Ali and Roberto.
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Matthew Weiner, the famously tight-lipped Mad Men creator and executive producer when it comes to teasing details about upcoming seasons, drops an enormous and tantalizing hint about what the very end of the series might hold.
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Let' s not call this anything close to locked until it's official, but it's newsworthy to report that radio legend (I refuse to use the ubiquitous but silly label "shock jock") Howard Stern is in discussions to become a judge on America's Got Talent.
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The stars of Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy's creepy FX series field questions about their paranormal experiences, the show's wide appeal, and, yes, the Rubber Man.
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Kurt Sutter heats up the negotiations in typical Kurt Sutter style.
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Christina Hendricks has picked up a major acting gig on Need for Speed: The Run during the long break between Mad Men Seasons Four and Five.
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On the strength of what appears to be the upcoming season's cast, we should be in for yet another entertaining and train wreck-y season of Celebrity Apprentice action.
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Arrested Development to return to the air for ten episodes.
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Legendary band R.E.M. has announced on their website that they have decided to call it quits after three decades.
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The creators of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Archer to team up on a new animated series.
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The reboot will be an adaptation of the Sex and The City author's book, The Carrie Diaries.
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Entourage meets The Wire?
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In a tragic example of life imitating art, police have identified a body retrieved from the Mississippi River near the French Quarter in New Orleans as actor Michael Showers.
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We are a mere three weeks out from the kickoff of Survivor: South Pacific, the 23rd season of television's greatest reality show.
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The Entourage star plans to continue his career in television after the HBO comedy (drama?) wraps up its final season by producing a reality show tenatively titled Blow.
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Kate Plus 8 has been cancelled – if only there were other reality shows on the air to take its place!
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There's really no such thing as a "bad" Eric Taylor speech.
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The boys of SAMCRO leave prison and return home to a changing Charming.
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Executive producer reveals how new writers are adding to show and how he deals with criticism.
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Ali post pones her wedding date, but not for the reason that you may think
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Craig Ferguson took his show to Paris for a week. Here are some thoughts about the first episode.
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The comedian will serve as "Chief Shark Officer".
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Our first extended look at "Fat Mac."
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"Everybody who was frustrated, we hear you." - Joel Stillerman
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It's time to "make it work" again for the show's ninth season.
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It’s almost too good to be true. Except it is true. It is true, right?
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Showrunner Frank Darabont resigns suddenly.
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Season Three of the comedy is taking shape with some hot talent.
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The Mad Men star to play hooky on an IFC comedy.
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Doesn’t something just seem right with the world when there’s a brand new season of Jersey Shore train wreckery (or, let’s say ship wreckery in this case as the gang moves from the east coast to Italy) to look forward to?
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Charlie Sheen's return to television could come in the form of a remake of the Sandler, Nicholson movie Anger Management
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With four actors from the same show, one Gleek and Charlie Sheen's TV brother, the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series category may be the 2011 Emmys' worst
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A look at the nominees for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series.
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Taking a look at the nominees for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series.
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Looking at the shows up for Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Series.
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Assessing the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series category.
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Taking a look at the nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
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A look at the ladies vying for the Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series trophy.
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Taking a look at the gentlemen up for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series this year.
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A look at the nominees for Outstanding Comedy Series for the 2011 Emmy Awards.
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Emmy nomination day has come and gone and there have been a great deal of snubs but also some pleasant surprises. Let’s look at five of each.
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The 2011 primetime Emmy nominations were announced this morning by Melissa McCarthy and Joshua Jackson with the show set to air on September 18.
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The 63rd primetime Emmy nominations will be announced by Joel McHale and Melissa McCarthy tomorrow, July 14th.
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Kyle Brown just wants to love... everyone!
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Classic drama picks up with a new generation next summer.
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Michael Scott's replacement has been hired.
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An organization demands an apology for more "offensive" comments made at a comedy club.
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Could Short be the new "mother"?
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There is hope. Great hope. The most hilarious catering crew of all time may just return in the form of a movie.
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Louie Season One was released on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday while Season Two premieres tonight on FX at 10:30 PM.
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Television shows that drives revenue for content producers and distributors has to mean good things for the future of serialized content.
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Could the reclusive comedian be coming a Instant Queue near you?
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All aboard!
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Sources cite positive ratings and award show buzz as factors in decision.
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Simon to Holder: We'll do another season of The Wire if you end the war on drugs.
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You know that we are going to be glued to AMC on July 17th at 10pm (9 Central) for the Season Four premiere, and we recommend that you run out for the liquid adhesive well in advance.
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A Facebook post by an upset member of the audience sparks the controversy.
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A breakdown of the categories and nominees.
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Snoop Dogg pitches idea for a hip-hop themed singing competition.
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The fourth season premieres this evening at 10 PM.
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One of L.A. Noire's biggest delights: discovering an array of other Mad Men alums throughout the course of the game
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As our International Man of Mystery Austin Powers himself might say: ouch baby. Very ouch.
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"I want another season or I want a movie," says Eric Holder.
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The critically acclaimed AMC show returns July 17th.
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Rockmond Dunbar, LaMonica Garrett and Debi Mazar to join the FX drama in its fourth season.
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Ham is not the first Mad Men actor to try his hand at directing.
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Ronnie decks Mike after blow-up with Sammi.
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Survivor creator to adapt the best-seller into History Channel mini-series
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New leadership and programming announcements could indicate a change in course for the cable channel.
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Even thought this happens every season, it never fails to surprise me.
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A few thoughts on the impact that Savage had on my childhood and college years.
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The CW added four new shows to their new schedule, including a new Sarah Michelle Gellar drama.
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CBS has made some changes and added six new shows to its 2011 fall lineup.
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In the past couple of days, each network has picked up new shows and let the axe fall on some old favorites.
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In terms of television as a whole, Twitter has become a significant piece in how shows are looking to create a “two screen” interactive platform in terms of how people watch television and interact with friends and followers at the same time.
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We interrupt our normal coverage of stories both fictional and reality-based told on television for breaking news that is shaping the course of history.
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Is “Boston Rob” Mariano, reality star of umpteen seasons of Survivor (including this season’s Survivor: Redemption Island) and Amazing Race poised to become the new Michael Palin?
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It’s just possible that our friends in Italy don’t completely get how to get with the program.
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TV Geek Army and Vivendi Entertainment have teamed up to bring one lucky reader a chance to win H.R. Pufnstuf The Complete Series on DVD.
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AMC orders two new unscripted shows.
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Many people – including stalwart members of the TV Geek Army – are saying: first Terriers, and now this?
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NBC made the announcement that The Office, Community and Parks and Recreation will return for the 2011-2012 TV season.
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In light of last week's CW network schedule bump the dust is settling, a little.
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Dr. Drew Pinsky, known more popularly as Dr. Drew, is literally all over the place these days.
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The superb drama on the rural Irish coastline now available on DVD.
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A particularly crazy and affecting season of Celebrity Rehab culminates tonight with the good Dr. Drew and recovering celebs.
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A look at what's ahead this year for "viewers like you."
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The Golden Globes aired tonight on NBC and there were some surprising winners in the television categories.
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Boston Rob and Russell Hantz return for yet another season of Survivor. What, too soon?
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Tuesdays at 10:00 are suddenly looking very interesting with an eclectic batch of shows to choose from.
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Grey’s Anatomy, Modern Family, Private Practice, Castle, Cougar Town, and The Middle have all been renewed for next season.
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Welcome to a Sunday night with a lot going on in the televisionverse!
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If you had to pick only two dramas to watch on television, you could do much worse than to choose AMC’s Mad Men and Breaking Bad.
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Tonight’s the night, as our friend Dexter might say.
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For the fifteenth installment of ABC's hit reality show The Bachelor, producers decided to give the most hated bachelor of the show's history, Brad Womack, another chance at love.
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With the new year approaching, it is time to get ready for shows to come back and for new ones to premiere.
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AMC has announced that it is picking up a full series order for a show called Hell on Wheels.
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"Is that an f***in' Liam look alike, or what the hell is that? Is that my boyfriend? That's my boyfriend. Oh my god, he looks so much like Liam! Is that just me tripping?" - Miley Cyrus
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First Cheaters, now this?!
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As the kids return to Seaside Heights, New Jersey for the second time, I think the one thing we can easily say is that we’re definitely in for more of the same.
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Your life will be richer with Steve Austin in it.
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The lost crew of Moonbase Alpha may come home to you.
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The Golden Globe nominations were announced today and the television nominations are spread out amongst a variety of shows.
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As the Christmas and New Year’s corridor slowly and enticingly draws closer, the television shows we know and love and are quietly, by ones and twos and threes, starting to take their winter’s slumber.
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We all know the deal with end-of-year lists. They’re incredibly subjective and often flat out “wrong.”
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There is no need to be fearful, my friends. Be brave. Be very brave, indeed.
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And, one night, one magical night, I stumbled across Spike’s MANswers, a show so unabashedly octane- and Red Bull-infused that it pounds you across and upside the face with its unrelenting cheesy fury, and I had found the gold at the end of the rainbow my friends.
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President Barack Obama checks in with a guest appearance on MythBusters tonight (9:00 on Discovery). After which he will also be participating in MTV’s Challenge: Cutthroat and the Cooking Channel’s Bitchin’ Kitchen at 10:00.
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It’s always heartbreaking when a show gets cancelled that you believe has a certain magic to it, a certain spirit, a certain chemistry that could never be reassembled (conjured?) again even with all the budget and time in the world.
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As year piles upon year, and massive piles of thousands of hours of television nights fly by in a kaleidoscopic maelstrom, there are few rock solid mainstays that we can look to year after year. That are worth looking to.
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TNT is one of those networks that I’m always meaning to check out more but haven’t quite found the time.
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Does it matter what else is on TV tonight?
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. Everything I’ve seen thus far though gives me great confidence that this will be yet another groundbreaking HBO series, and in any event I’m very much looking forward to being able to dig into much more than a one-minute adventure.
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Now that Thanksgiving festivities have come and gone and new holiday delights await, the fall television assault is subsiding into more of a gentle Nerf football toss.
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Holiday specials abound as the day of poultry and football consumption (and all that giving thanks stuff) looms.
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When I did take a quick second out to dig into the details a little bit, I started to get pissed.
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Thanks to our gal TV Geek Erin, we’ve been covering Dancing With the Stars all season long, and it all comes down to the wire tonight.
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Lots of good stuff on tonight, but really we have three of the best shows on the air coming to us in the 9:00-11:00 hour in the form of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, Showtime’s Dexter, and AMC’s The Walking Dead.
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The holiday season is approaching fast so get your guide on right here.
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Portwood has been charged with felony domestic violence charges stemming from an incident captured on the show.
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I never cease to be fascinated by television programming being aired on the outer fringes of the basic cable dial.
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The Hours is being heralded as "Britain's Mad Men."
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Looks like our man Kenny Cosgrove is getting some work.
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Let’s face it: there’s a lot of frivolous froth on TV. And that’s a good thing: television is an extraordinary entertainment medium. But it’s also capable of informing, educating, and enlightening as well.
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One of my favorite things about putting together the TVGA field report is compiling a category that we lovingly call Weird & Wonderful.
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Now that the excitement of new and returning shows coming at us fast and furiously like is starting to subside, I’m kind of realizing that there aren’t a goodly lot of new shows that are really setting the world ablaze this season.
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When I look at tonight’s TV lineup, I immediately get excited about such shows as HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and Bored to Death, Showtime’s Dexter, and particularly AMC’s stellar new show, The Walking Dead, which airs its second episode tonight at 10:00.
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Jersey Shore phenomenon Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino paid a visit to Long Island native Howard Stern’s Sirius satellite radio show yesterday, and the results were rather interesting and entertaining.
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If there’s one thing I’d like to point out in a night absolutely packed to the rafters with television (good, bad, and ugly, just as it should be) it would be this: if you’re not watching Community on NBC, you should be.
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I had to laugh when I noticed that The History Channel is running a show called “Marijuana: A Chronic History” at 9:00 tonight.
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Of all the Halloween-themed television shows and specials we’ve seen over the last week or so, the most anticipated by levels is AMC’s new zombie-fueled epic, The Walking Dead, which premieres tonight at 10:00
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These days of course there’s a veritable cornucopia of televised delights, and tonight is no different.
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Last week’s Survivor: Nicaragua double tribal council special sets up an intriguing end game to a potential merge of the already blended “young” and “old” tribes.
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Tom Bosley and Barbara Billingsley left this earth last week and we will miss them.
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Okay, I’m just going to flat out say it: ABC’s 9:00 hour is one of the funniest on television.
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We try to capture some of the more niche, esoteric, and yes, oddball selections in our Weird & Wonderful listings each day in the TVGA field report.
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Sunday night is always chock full of goodness this fall, but never more so than tonight when we get a double dose of season finales out of AMC.
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There’s a lot of fun and funny both (to paraphrase Billy Crystal) on television tonight, but nothing’s cooler than a top notch show that decides to put it all on the line by doing it live (to paraphrase Bill O’Reilly).
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The stakes could not be higher for the premiere of Nick Swardson's Pretend Time, a sketch comedy show that brings us the fury of such characters as Gary Gaga, the Wheelchair Cat, and of course, Gay Robot himself.
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If you love cake, desserts, and shows about the making of same, then TLC is your bag as Cake Boss kicks off a new season tonight.
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As the U.S. political season hits a fever pitch with midterm elections less than a month away, The Real Housewives of Washington D.C. wrap up their own season, tonight at 9:00 on Bravo.
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There are a slew of returning shows tonight destined to glorify our Weird & Wonderful category for many weeks to come.
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TV Geek Army: caring more about television, more of the time, so you don't have to (though you should).
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Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer's grand introduction as a talk show host begins on CNN tonight.
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For the first time in an eon (and in TV terms, that means approximately 10-14 days, give or take), there are no new or returning television shows airing tonight.
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Jared Harris and Vincent Kartheiser to appear in major feature films.
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ABC's No Ordinary Family has the stage relatively clear tonight in terms of major new show premieres.
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What a whirlwind week of television... here's just some of TV Geek Army's recent coverage in the midst of television's huge fall premiere week.
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Sunday nights hold an embarrassment of televised riches, particularly over the next month or so.
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It seems impossible that this many new and returning shows hit the air tonight after the maelstrom we've already enjoyed (and, in some cases, endured) this week.
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We're trying out a new feature here at the TVGA where we run down recent coverage and take a look (with our TV Geek Army-branded night vision goggles) at what's going on of note and interest for tonight's televised entertainments.
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With Abrams on board here, I could see a fun show with a Prison Break meets Lost vibe, with perhaps a sprinkle of Warehouse 13 thrown in on the sci fi side.
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Now that we're just starting to get some visuals on the TV show, the outlook is truly stunning.
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The actor comes home to play golf in charity event.
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The Walking Dead, a very different kind of show due to its zombie quotient alone (and that quotient would be on the crazy high side), needs to be given a solid look see ahead of its premiere on Halloween, October 31st, on AMC.
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The Dark Tower series is to be made into films (plural) and a television series... it's all a little mind blowing to be perfectly honest.
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When reality television collides with the (media) realities of the NFL.
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It's hard to believe this is the same actor who appears in Malcolm in the Middle and Breaking Bad.
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A small but significant snapshot to me of how much reality television has come to dominate our entertainment landscape.
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I'm curious and a bit nervous about what a U.S. version of the UK hit will look and feel like.
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Quick news and notes from around the webs for you this fine evening.
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I'm making a slight exaggeration of reality in asking if AMC and Starz are the hottest networks on television, but there's a point to be made and I think if you take a closer look you'll see that the question is indeed a legitimate one.
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Stitchers: everything changes in the finale, "All In"
I think something is up with Nina--to me, it looked like something just occurred to her and she got up to go do it or find out about...
Stitchers: everything changes in the finale, "All In"
Am I the only one who thinks that something bad is going to happen to Nina based on the brief cut of her during Cameron's closing...
My Last Days: powerful documentary airs on the CW Network
I received a wonderful compliment from Justin Baldoni in regard to this article, he said, "Wow thank you for this beautiful article...
Hoarders: Buried Alive, "Stop Touching My Stuff!": my kind of clean
I have lost people greatly I've had severe depression since 12 I'm 43.luckily for me I was not a harder. This was the first show...
Hoarders: Buried Alive, "Stop Touching My Stuff!": my kind of clean
Poor kid has serious mental health issues!!! Haley needs help!!!
12 Monkeys: The end of the season is a "Memory of Tomorrow" and it'll blow your mind!
At this point, it's not what the writers CAN do with a time-travel story, it's what they will do to make it satisfying and legendary...
12 Monkeys: The end of the season is a "Memory of Tomorrow" and it'll blow your mind!
Cole could definitely use a collection of photos of everyone he's ever met to show to people, that's for sure! I don't know if they...
12 Monkeys: The end of the season is a "Memory of Tomorrow" and it'll blow your mind!
Can you imagine a scene between Aaron Stanford and Amanda Schull like in Chinatown? I'm your daughter. I'm your mother. I'm your...
 
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