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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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Top Television Articles

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  • Elgin church close to beginning first feature film

    Elgin church close to beginning first feature film
    A feature film to be shot in the Elgin area this spring is not likely to be nominated for many Oscars a year from now. But if it can help take the gospel into the world outside the church, the way movies like "Fireproof" and "Facing the Giants" and...
  • 'The Night Shift' hopes to keep audience with diverse cast

    When Chicago-born Freddy Rodriguez was offered a role in a 2012 pilot for hospital drama, he took the gig and just hoped for the best. But after NBC's "The Night Shift" finally began airing last summer, surprising critics with its strong ratings, the...
  • WGN-Ch. 9 announces 2015 Cubs TV schedule

    WGN-Ch. 9 announces 2015 Cubs TV schedule
    WGN-Ch. 9 announced its 2015 schedule for the Chicago Cubs on Friday, the 68th consecutive season for the broadcast partnership after a long offseason of negotiations. The Tribune Media station will produce 48 Cubs baseball telecasts, including three...
  • Fraud charge to be dropped if TV producer repays victims with Palm Beach businesses

    Fraud charge to be dropped if TV producer repays victims with Palm Beach businesses
    The criminal case against a Miami woman accused in 2013 of posing as a TV producer selling spots for an unaired "Best of the Palm Beaches" show was resolved just prior to a scheduled trial this month. On Feb. 10, Jessie Alexander, 42, signed a "pre-trial...
  • Aurora, Elgin libraries add digital services as demand grows

    Aurora, Elgin libraries add digital services as demand grows
    Libraries in the Fox Valley are again expanding digital offerings, adding online video and music services to a growing list of options patrons can use to access materials from the comfort of the living room couch. This week, the Aurora Public Library...
  • La Grange gets shout-outs on TV sitcom

    Every once in a while, our community gets a little bit of fame. In 1995, I thought it was the coolest thing that Sandra Bullock was in La Grange filming a movie in the historic district. In the early 2000s, a scene from the TV show "ER" was shot at the...
  • Vicki Lawrence endures because of memorable characters

    Vicki Lawrence endures because of memorable characters
    Comedian Vicki Lawrence has a simple rule for success: create something that people will remember. "Everyone has fond memories of 'The Carol Burnett Show' and the characters we did," said Lawrence, whose most famous character is Thelma Harper, better...
  • Rodney Carrington delivers 'the truth' to Genesee

    If you're ready for a night of fun with a standup guy then look no further than the Genesse Theatre. Some people are just born lucky — they become renaissance men and women with a grace and ease that could make people jealous. Rodney Carrington is...
  • 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and the dawn of movie hate-watching

    That the softcore seductions of Sam Taylor-Johnson's "Fifty Shades of Grey" proved a box office hit this weekend was a surprise, at least when viewed through the lens of early expectations. After Universal and its (then-prestige) subsidiary Focus...
  • 'Vikings' actor Alexander Ludwig gets his game on

    GamerHub.tv Millions of fans know Alexander Ludwig as Cato from "The Hunger Games," but a growing number of TV viewers know the actor for his portrayal of Bjorn Lothbrok in History's original series, "Vikings." Season 3 of the show debuts February 19 and...
  • Interviewing Hall and Oates: Pair says playing live together, recording solo is their career path now

    Interviewing Hall and Oates: Pair says playing live together, recording solo is their career path now
    In the 1970s and ’80s, pop/R&B duo Hall and Oates was a hit-making machine. The Philadelphia-based duo churned out an amazing 19 songs that hit the Top 10 on various charts, nine of which went to No. 1 — including “I Can’t Go For...