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  • CBS political director John Dickerson new Sunday show host

    CBS News moved swiftly Sunday after Bob Schieffer's retirement announcement to name the network's political director, John Dickerson, as the new moderator of "Face the Nation." Dickerson, a former Time magazine and Slate writer who has been with CBS...
  • Around the remote: Chuck Barney's picks for April 5-11

    DON'T MISS: "Mad Men" Peggy Lee's haunting cover of "Is That All There Is?" gets prominent play in the first of seven final episodes, as one of television's greatest shows goes into the stretch drive. It's a fitting lament for damaged ad man Don Draper...
  • 04/13: Business events

    04/13: Business events
    Chamber Winter Park: Small Business Education Series, 8 a.m. April 17, Winter Park Welcome Center/Chamber of Commerce, 151 W. Lyman Ave. Cost: free to Chamber members, $10 for nonmembers. Details: 407-644-8281 or winterpark.org. East Lake County:...
  • Biblical dramas gather Easter faithful

    Biblical dramas gather Easter faithful
    UPDATED: The Bible had a very good night in Easter evening television.  "A.D. The Bible Continues," NBC's new series about the Jesus' apostles, drew 9.7 million viewers, the biggest audience of the night. (No. 2 was CBS' "Madam Secretary" with 9.3...
  • TV picks for the week of April 12-18

    Winter's not coming, but "Game of Thrones" is. It's only one of the many popular cable series returning to television this week, along with "Nurse Jackie," "Silicon Valley," "Veep" and "Orphan Black." Here's what caught my eye: Sunday: "Once Upon a Time,...
  • Comic book heroes not hiding in the shadows any more

    It's Lex Luthor's worst nightmare. Television is recruiting more comic-book superheroes than the Justice League of America, from the steely-eyed members of ABC's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," featuring cameos from the blockbuster "Avengers" films, to "The...
  • WonderCon will move to Los Angeles in 2016

     
    WonderCon, the smaller-but-no-less-fervent version of San Diego's Comic-Con International, has announced that it will move closer to the Hollywood spotlight, […]...
  • Viola Davis Talks About Her Trailblazing TV Role And What She'd Like To Do Next

    Viola Davis Talks About Her Trailblazing TV Role And What She'd Like To Do Next
    Viola Davis has been nominated for two Academy Awards and three Golden Globes and has taken home trophies from the SAG Awards, the Tonys, the People's Choice Awards and the NAACP Image Awards. Her starring role in the television show "How To Get Away With...
  • Conservative groups attempting to kill prospective ABC show

    Conservative groups are trying to kill in the cradle a prospective ABC sitcom about a family upended when a teenage son comes out as gay because sex columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage is involved in the production. The Media Research Center and...
  • The Crowd: Dancing for tomorrow's stars, today's needs

    The Crowd: Dancing for tomorrow's stars, today's needs
    It's almost as long running as the successful ABC television show from which it takes its name. The eighth annual "Dancing for Tomorrow's Stars," produced by the Assistance League of Newport-Mesa, attracted a sold-out crowd at the City National Grove of...
  • WonderCon 2015: ‘iZombie’ channels ‘Veronica Mars’ and ‘Buffy’

     
    The CW's comic book-inspired series “iZombie” may have invented a new TV genre — the zombie comedy romantic drama, or […]...