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  • Holiday TV episodes 2013

     
    Many TV shows this year are carrying on in the long tradition of having special episodes dedicated to the holiday season. Here is a rundown of when to watch first-run and repeat holiday TV episodes of your favorite series this year. All times are Eastern;...
  • TV Picks: 'My Little Pony,' Sondheim, Improv comics, 'Doc Martin'

    TV Picks: 'My Little Pony,' Sondheim, Improv comics, 'Doc Martin'
    "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic" (The Hub, Saturdays; Shout Factory home video). I had neglected this candy-colored gem of a show, whose fourth season began in November, until the latest DVD, "A Pony For Every Season," fell through the mail slot...
  • Libraries reinvent themselves for the 21st century

    Libraries reinvent themselves for the 21st century
    For centuries, the defining role of the library has been as a repository of books. Now, in the 21st century, the library faces perhaps its most momentous challenge: Americans are moving away increasingly from the printed page to digital screens for...
  • New “Haunting Hour” episode features “Homeland” star Jackson Pace

     
    Jackson Pace has had a lot of great experiences starring in the hit Showtime drama Homeland, where he plays Chris Brody, the son of returned soldier Nicholas Brody. But something he hadn't done yet was leave the United States. That changed with his...
  • Sabrina Secrets of a Teenage Witch premieres on Hub Network Oct. 12

     
    With '90s nostalgia booming, it was probably only a matter of time before somebody conjured up a Sabrina the Teenage Witch revamp. But the character, who started life on the pages of Archie comics way back in 1962, won't be getting the live-action...
  • Netflix Touts Subscriber Bump from 'Arrested Development'

    Netflix added 630,000 U.S. streaming video subscribers in the quarter ended June 30, in line with previous guidance as execs boasted that the revival of cult hit "Arrested Development" provided a small but measurable lift in the period. However,...
  • 'Dark Knight' Trilogy Producer Plays Pachinko to Launch Next Franchise

    Hollywood has long turned to novels, comicbooks, toys and videogames as sources for films and TV shows, but could Japan's Pachinko games be next? "The Dark Knight" trilogy's executive producer Michael Uslan and his son David Uslan have partnered with...
  • Food Network Leads Cablers in Hunger Awareness Campaign

    The Food Network is being joined by 28 other cable networks to raise awareness of childhood hunger in the U.S. during September. While September means back to school, it's also Hunger Awareness Month, spearheaded by the Go Orange campaign, which, like...
  • Labor Day 2013 TV programming

     
    Labor Day 2013 in the United States is Monday, Sept. 2. Over the weekend leading up to the holiday, and including the day itself, TV networks are once again giving viewers lucky enough to be able to have some time off to relax the opportunity to enjoy...
  • Kenan Thompson to host Hub Network Halloween Bash

     
    It's been awhile since Kenan Thompson entertained kids and families for a living, but I'm guessing he'll have no trouble finding his rhythm again when he hosts “Hub Network's First Annual Halloween Bash.” The Saturday Night Live funnyman,...
  • Hub Network celebrates Friday the 13th with Spooky Googly Eyes Marathon

     
    The Hub Network is getting a little goofy — er, googly, to celebrate Friday the 13th. The macabre calendar day will feature a marathon of episodes from Goosebumps and R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour, which seems natural enough, but they'll be back...