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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Anne Meara dies at 85; rose to comic stardom with husband Jerry Stiller

    Anne Meara dies at 85; rose to comic stardom with husband Jerry Stiller
    Anne Meara, who rose to stardom with her husband, Jerry Stiller, portraying what People magazine called "anxiety comedy's top couple," died Saturday in New York City. She was 85. Her death was confirmed by publicist Kelly Bush, who represents actor...
  • David Letterman: Big rating for big finish

    UPDATED: Fans returned to see David Letterman's farewell, and the CBS host upstaged everything in Wednesday prime time on the final night of the 2014-15 TV season. That was true nationally and locally. In updated national numbers, Letterman averaged...
  • Letterman draws biggest audience in 21 years with finale

    Letterman draws biggest audience in 21 years with finale
    Comic celebrities turned out for David Letterman's late-night farewell — and so did his biggest audience in more than 21 years. The Nielsen company said Thursday that 13.76 million viewers saw Letterman end his 33-year career as a late-night TV...
  • Former 'Bachelor' producer gets real on Lifetime's 'unREAL'

    Former 'Bachelor' producer gets real on Lifetime's 'unREAL'
    Sarah Gertrude Shapiro is the last person you’d ever expect would work for “The Bachelor.” A native of Santa Barbara, she spent her college years at Sarah Lawrence, expanding her feminist outlook while studying filmmaking. She interned...
  • 'UnREAL' is a splendidly realized drama about reality TV

     'UnREAL' is a splendidly realized drama about reality TV
    Let me say that with my time on Earth being limited, I have not spent a lot of time watching reality shows in which a man and many women or a woman and many men gather in a big house to find what everyone agrees to pretend is True Love. Still, I know...
  • 'Orange Is the New Black' season 3 will be about faith and motherhood

    'Orange Is the New Black' season 3 will be about faith and motherhood
    Season 3 of "Orange Is the New Black" will be a season of faith and motherhood. That's about all creator Jenji Kohan would say about the upcoming season, premiering on Netflix June 12, at a For Your Consideration panel discussion Wednesday at the DGA....
  • Humanity hangs in the balance in the sinister 'The Whispers'

    Humanity hangs in the balance in the sinister 'The Whispers'
    High-strung parental anxiety is not limited to obsessing over organic baby food or pushing teens to pick up that fourth AP class. Kids are scary, as writers including Henry James ("The Turn of the Screw"), Ray Bradbury ("The Small Assassin") and Stephen...
  • Redstone's health clouds future of CBS, Viacom

    Redstone's health clouds future of CBS, Viacom
    As CBS Corp. investors gather at New York's Museum of Modern Art for the company's annual meeting Thursday, its largest shareholder is expected to remain cloistered in his mansion in a gated enclave north of Beverly Hills. Sumner Redstone, who turns...
  • HBO's 'The Brink,' with Jack Black, is satiric about the geopolitical

     HBO's 'The Brink,' with Jack Black, is satiric about the geopolitical
    Television has embraced geopolitical subjects in recent years with popular shows such as "Homeland" and "The Americans." Laughs in this realm, however, are as common as the sight of Carrie Mathison sipping a beach-side margarita. That will change on...
  • David Letterman offers sincerity in making his final round of goodbyes

    David Letterman offers sincerity in making his final round of goodbyes
    “I'll be honest with you,” David Letterman said at the outset of his very last TV show after more than three decades. “It's beginning to look like I'm not going to get 'The Tonight Show.'“ What he did get, on show No. 6028...
  • A case for an Emmy (or more) for 'Foyle's War'

    Many claimed to be shocked at last year's Emmys when PBS' "Sherlock" swept most of the best miniseries or movie categories, winning for lead actor, supporting actor and writing, in addition to many craft awards. But the only truly surprising thing was the...