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  • Hard to imagine life without Dave

    I've shared a mammoth steak with Jimmy Kimmel, been gently mocked by Conan O'Brien during a dress rehearsal and been serenaded in concert by Regis Philbin. But my most memorable experience with a talk-show giant was the scant 20 minutes I spent chatting...
  • Action, she said: TV holds potential for female directors

    When writer-producer Marti Noxon, "Gone Girl" author Gillian Flynn and a studio executive met with a potential star for the upcoming TV adaptation of another Flynn novel, the actress was struck by something unusual. "I don't think I've ever had a meeting...
  • Networks new schedules expose trends

    Television's next big hit may have been revealed during last week's annual orgy of schedule presentations to advertisers by the biggest networks. Or not. One certainty is that many of the new programs won't be around long enough to make an impression....
  • Comedy no longer central to TV networks' prime-time programming

    Comedy no longer central to TV networks' prime-time programming
    Comedy may still be a desired staple of prime-time TV, but broadcasters haven't found much to laugh about for the upcoming season. The TV networks unleashed their 2015-16 evening lineups in New York this week, leaving industry insiders buzzing about the...
  • David Letterman, 'Survivor,' '500 Questions': This week

    David Letterman's exit is the big event as another TV season ends and reality series announce their victors. Letterman concludes his record 33-year run in late night with Wednesday's "Late Show" at 11:35 on CBS. The network isn't saying a lot about that...
  • What lies ahead for fall TV season

    If Rome can fall, so can "American Idol." At the recent New York upfronts the TV networks' equivalent of a high-school pep rally, where executives swear the upcoming fall schedule will change life as we know it Fox dropped the bombshell that "Idol's"...
  • AT&T, DirecTV appear optimistic deal soon will be approved

    AT&T and DirecTV appear increasingly optimistic that their $48.5-billion marriage soon will win the blessing of federal regulators. On Friday, the two companies agreed to extend their merger agreement, which had been scheduled to expire Monday....
  • Len Boogaard still searching for answers in death of his son

    Four years have passed since former Wild player Derek Boogaard died because of a drug and alcohol overdose. After an investigation that spanned parts of two years, officials in Minnesota have exonerated five Wild doctors for their role in Boogaard's use...
  • NBC, Fox announce lineups for next year

    NBC and Fox have kicked off the week when the five major networks announce their schedules for the 2015-16 TV season. While FOX is making only a few adjustments, NBC is starting from scratch after a less than stellar 2013-14 lineup. NBC The only NBC...
  • TV This Week, May 17 - 23: 'I Love Lucy Superstar Special' on CBS

    TV This Week, May 17 - 23: 'I Love Lucy Superstar Special' on CBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 17 - 23, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SUNDAY Be very afraid as Animal Planet's "Monster...
  • Simpson's Shearer, ESPN's Simmons show anyone can be replaced. But is it right?

     Simpson's Shearer, ESPN's Simmons show anyone can be replaced. But is it right?
    Mankind centuries ago reluctantly abandoned the conceit that Earth is the center of the universe. There remain some on this planet who have come to be seen — or see themselves — as the bright, shining star around which all else revolves, but...