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  • Five Burning Business Questions for the New Stephen Colbert

    Stephen Colbert looked like he enjoyed his Comedy Central curtain call last night, which is good -- because he's got a hell of an encore in the wings. Colbert, known for his spoofish portrayal of a bloviating political commentator on his "Colbert Report"...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Maker of Christmas magic finds soft spot among 'sharks'

    A Corona del Mar woman who created a kit to help kids believe in holiday magic won over the tough panelists on "Shark Tank." Trina Barkouras appeared Dec. 19 on the ABC reality show — which has budding entrepreneurs trying to convince the "sharks"...
  • Ratings: Quiet Start for NBC's 'People Magazine Awards'

    NBC's inaugural telecast of the "People Magazine Awards" produced modest ratings on Thursday, a night dominated among the broadcast nets by CBS, whose "The McCarthys" held up pretty well behind the lowest-rated "Two and a Half Men" to date. According...
  • Byron Pitts to Replace Dan Abrams on 'Nightline' Anchor Team

    Byron Pitts to Replace Dan Abrams on 'Nightline' Anchor Team
    ABC News has tapped chief national correspondent Byron Pitts to replace Dan Abrams as one of "Nightline's" three co-anchors. Abrams will remain the Alphabet's chief legal analyst, but ABC News prexy James Goldston said in a memo issued Thursday that...
  • 'Annie,' 'Into the Woods,' 'Get On Up' Grab Music Supervisor Noms

    For its fifth annual awards, taking place Jan. 21 at Mack Sennett Studios in Hollywood, the Guild of Music Supervisors made ample display of its practitioners' range in announcing its nominations. The field encompasses supervisors behind hit Broadway...
  • 'Murder's' Annalise and other TV women leap darkly into antihero scene

     'Murder's' Annalise and other TV women leap darkly into antihero scene
    Much has been made of the rise of the TV antihero, and deservedly so. Walter White, Tony Soprano, Dexter and Don Draper gave new meaning to the term "guilty pleasure." It's taken a while for women to join those ranks, but now the airwaves are fairly...
  • Tuesday Ratings: No Lift for 'Survivor' Finale

    On a ho-hum night for primetime overall, CBS saw a lackluster turnout Wednesday for the finale of "Survivor." The two-hour closer for the 29th edition of the reality stalwart, this time set in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, delivered a 2.4 rating/8 share...
  • Get Ready For College Football Bowl Season

    The postseason is one "Kokomo Bowl" from becoming the next verse in a Beach Boys song: "Miami, Bahamas, come on pretty mama, Camellia, and Boca, this is not a joke-a." Four new bowl games plus the extra championship game means the process of picking...
  • Obama Says People Should 'Go to the Movies'

    In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday, President Obama called the cyber-attack on Sony "very serious" but suggested that the administration has yet to establish the hacker threat to moviegoers over "The Interview" as credible. "For now, my...
  • Chicago TV sports anchor will publicly apologize for Jay Cutler suicide graphic

    A popular, longtime Chicago TV sports anchor will issue a public apology Wednesday night after he used a graphic about suicide regarding Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.  Mark Giangreco of ABC 7 News said he regretted the graphic used during...
  • Tuesday Ratings: 'Voice' Finale Drops, 'MasterChef Jr.' Hits High

    The finale of NBC's "The Voice" ruled the roost on Tuesday but the clincher of the fall edition was down 20% in adults 18-49 from last year to the lowest marks for a "Voice" finale to date. Fox's "MasterChef Jr." (pictured) hit a series high number...