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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources. « Show less

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  • Comedy Central renews 'Broad City' for a third season

    Comedy Central renews 'Broad City' for a third season
    Good news for fans of funny women: "Broad City" is getting a third season on Comedy Central. The news comes on the same day the series returns for its second season. The comedy series was created by and stars Abi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer as two best...
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson to bring stars, star power to Auditorium

    Neil deGrasse Tyson to bring stars, star power to Auditorium
    Neil deGrasse Tyson is that rarity: a scientist who has become, in recent years, virtually a household name. The host of "Cosmos" on TV last year and the director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, he'll be appearing Jan. 27 at the Auditorium Theatre, a...
  • Around the world, comic provocateurs echo Charlie Hebdo in saying the unsayable

    Charlie Hebdo, the satirical weekly that lost 12 staff in a terrorist gun attack last week, is one of a diverse group of publications and comics around the world determined to push the boundaries of taste and acceptable expression. Lauded by fans for...
  • Eddie Redmayne admits his love of MTV's "The Hills"

    Eddie Redmayne admits his love of MTV's "The Hills"
    Source: Getty Images Reality check We all knew that Jennifer Lawrence has a bit of a realty TV problem—she’s admitted to her “Real Housewives” obsession in the past. But it turns out fellow Oscar nominee Eddie Redmayne is on...
  • Oscars telecast may get lower ratings

    Oscars telecast may get lower ratings
    The Academy Awards will shine the spotlight on a crop of best picture nominees that isn't short on smaller movies with offbeat, personal stories. From a film about a fading movie star struggling to gain artistic credibility ("Birdman") to a picture...
  • Tony Verna, TV director who introduced instant replay, dies at 81

     Tony Verna, TV director who introduced instant replay, dies at 81
    It was the fourth quarter. Navy was beating Army, 21-7, on a grim early December day in Philadelphia. "You're going to do what?" announcer Lindsey Nelson asked between commercials of the college football game. What CBS director Tony Verna wanted to do...
  • Let Romney's rebranding begin: Anti-poverty warrior? Cyborg?

     Let Romney's rebranding begin: Anti-poverty warrior? Cyborg?
    Rising like a well-coiffed, buttoned-down phoenix from the ashes of his wildly unsuccessful 2012 presidential campaign, Mitt Romney has politely expressed interest in running again. But this time, he and his handlers assert, it will not be the same Mitt...
  • 'Empire' ratings go up in second week

    'Empire' ratings go up in second week
    It looks like Chicago may have a big hit on its hands. The second episode of Fox’s “Empire” was watched by 10.29 million viewers and earned a 4.0 rating among viewers 18-49 years old Wednesday. To put that in perspective, ABC’s...
  • 'Grantchester' on PBS splendidly combines crime and contemplation

    'Grantchester' on PBS splendidly combines crime and contemplation
    America's deepening addiction to British drama is lovingly enabled by Sunday night's premiere of "Grantchester," the latest installment of PBS' "Masterpiece Mystery!" This tale of a young vicar who dabbles in detection checks so many "trending" boxes...
  • Credit Cards With Price-Protection Power? Free Septic-Pumping?

    How to make yourself a better, bolder consumer in 2015: >> Almost half of consumer credit cards offer price-protection coverage, usually for 60 days. Use it. If you pay $1,400 for a 55-inch HDTV today and see a lower price in the next two months, your...
  • Amazon to produce original movies

    Amazon to produce original movies
    Move over, Hollywood movie studios. Amazon.com is joining the fray with a hybrid approach to produce and distribute movies in a way that could challenge the film industry's long-standing business model. The Seattle-based company said Monday that it...