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  • 'Masterpiece' enlists Sherlock author

    'Masterpiece' enlists Sherlock author
    Good news for "Doc Martin" fans. Martin Clunes, star of that series, will play Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in "Arthur & George," a series from PBS' "Masterpiece" later this year. "Masterpiece" announced new offerings Monday at the...
  • Interviewing Hall and Oates: Pair says playing live together, recording solo is their career path now

    Interviewing Hall and Oates: Pair says playing live together, recording solo is their career path now
    In the 1970s and ’80s, pop/R&B duo Hall and Oates was a hit-making machine. The Philadelphia-based duo churned out an amazing 19 songs that hit the Top 10 on various charts, nine of which went to No. 1 — including “I Can’t Go For...
  • Kevin Hart, Betty White, Kathy Griffin, Oscars: this week

    Kevin Hart, Betty White, Kathy Griffin, Oscars: this week
    The College Football Playoff Championship will tower over programming this week. Also on tap are Betty White's birthday, the return of "Saturday Night Live" and the announcement of Oscar nominations. Here's hoping that Oregon and Ohio State deliver an...
  • Andrean theater students win accolades

    Andrean theater students win accolades
    MERRILLVILLE — Andrean Theatre Company has had a banner year, winning accolades at a state competition and selected to represent Indiana at a national festival in Nebraska in June. Andrean High School senior Sandy Akers became acquainted with the...
  • NFL: CBS keeps Thursday games

    NFL: CBS keeps Thursday games
    Score a huge win for CBS. In a major TV announcement Sunday, the National Football League and CBS said they will continue their partnership this fall on Thursday nights. CBS will produce all 16 games in the package. The broadcast network will show the...
  • Stephen Colbert debuts Sept. 8 on 'Late Show'

    Stephen Colbert starts Sept. 8 on "Late Show," CBS announced Monday. "I have nine months to make a show, just like a baby. So first, I should find out how you make a baby," Colbert said in a statement. "The production office is open, the premiere date...
  • Leno: Too old to flirt with models, not too old for comedy

    Leno: Too old to flirt with models, not too old for comedy
    There is such a thing as being too old to host "The Tonight Show," Jay Leno concedes. "You know, when you're 40 and you're talking to a 25-year-old supermodel, it's sexy. When you're 64 and you're talking to the supermodel, you're the creepy old guy,"...
  • 'Big Bang Theory,' 'Scandal,' 'Americans': this week

    The February ratings period starts Thursday, and that night will be busier than usual. ABC offers fresh installments of its three dramas. "Grey's Anatomy" returns at 8 p.m., "Scandal" follows at 9, and "How to Get Away With Murder" wraps up prime time...
  • #FirstTimeBuyers: How Much Should I Spend on My Car?

     
    As a first-time buyer, how much car can you afford, and what's a responsible price target? Related: More #FirstTimeBuyers Advice Budgets are important, especially when you're buying a car. As with all things financial, of course, there's a debate over.......
  • New Tyra Banks show sold to WFTV

    New Tyra Banks show sold to WFTV
    The new Tyra Banks daytime talk show has been sold to more than 70 percent of the country, including WFTV-Channel 9 in Orlando. The announcement came Tuesday from Janice Marinelli, president of Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution....
  • 'SNL': Dakota Johnson gets slapped

    'SNL': Dakota Johnson gets slapped
    After scoring huge ratings for a 40th anniversary special, "Saturday Night Live" returned this weekend with a forgettable episode. It's never a good sign when the musical guest, in this case Alabama Shakes, is the best thing in the comedy show. But...