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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Big Ten announces prime time BTN games for 2015 season

    Big Ten announces prime time BTN games for 2015 season
    Twelve conference teams will appear on the Big Ten Networks prime time games during the 2015 season, including Illinois’ opener and a non-conference game for Northwestern, according to the Big Ten. Iowa and Rutgers are playing in two prime time...
  • L.A. theater openings, April 12-19: 'Loopholes: A Pain in the I.R.S.' and more

    L.A. theater openings, April 12-19: 'Loopholes: A Pain in the I.R.S.' and more
    It's a good week for world premieres with Rajiv Joseph’s fantastical new drama "Mr. Wolf," a musical adaptation of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" and the tune-filled satire "Loopholes: A Pain in the I.R.S." All About Murder Interactive...
  • Comic-Con International and Lionsgate to launch streaming video service

     
    Comic-Con is on the move to a small screen near you. Lionsgate and Comic-Con International have announced a new subscription-based […]...
  • Moody Blues singer, TV sitcom comedian, folk legend announced at Musikfest Cafe -- and a show we revealed last week

    Moody Blues singer, TV sitcom comedian, folk legend announced at Musikfest Cafe -- and a show we revealed last week
    The Moody Blues lead singer Justin Hayward, TV sitcom star/comedian Paul Reiser and folk great David Bromberg have been announced for shows at Musikfest Cafe at ArtsQuest Center. Also announced is a show Lehigh Valley Music told you about last week: 15-...
  • In drought-stricken California, grass is greener on painted lawns

    In drought-stricken California, grass is greener on painted lawns
    Some people look at a real estate crash and think: doom. Some look at a drought and think: more doom. But two of the worst calamities to befall California in the last decade have turned out to be very, very good news for Jim Power, a 45-year-old...
  • Week's TV highlights include last 'Justified,' new show 'The Messengers'

    1 We're sad to report that "Justified," with its sharpshooting hero Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), ends its rollicking run tonight. Something tells us he will go out with a bang. 10 p.m., Tuesday, FX. ON 'THE MIDDLE': AXL TURNS 21 2 On "The...
  • Roundup of music, films, cowboy poets at Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival

    Roundup of music, films, cowboy poets at Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival
    Cowboys will be in the building and on the streets when the 22nd Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival comes to Newhall starting Wednesday. The festival has expanded to seven venues that will host cowboy poets, Western singers, trick ropers and Old West events...
  • New series "Versailles" hopes to mark French TV golden age

    Will the Sun King usher in the dawn of a French television golden age? The makers of the new historical drama "Versailles" hope so. Based on King Louis XIV, the series has a budget of $30 million — making it the most expensive show France has...
  • Rapper and reality TV star Nelly arrested on drug charges

    An attorney for Nelly says the rapper and reality TV star will be exonerated of felony drug charges once the facts are out. Nelly, whose real name is Cornell Haynes, was arrested Saturday after a bus he was traveling in was pulled over by the Tennessee...
  • Baseball is struggling to hook kids - and risks losing fans to other sports

    Rob Albericci saw the curve coming. He saw his son Austin's Little League baseball team struggle to recruit enough kids to fill a roster. He saw the rising demands of Austin's football team, the growing pressure for kids to focus on a single sport, to...
  • 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 episodes leak online

    'Game of Thrones' Season 5 episodes leak online
    It seems winter came sooner for some viewers than others. Four episodes from HBO's "Game of Thrones" fifth season leaked online Saturday night -- a day before its official bow. The leak comes as the much-talked-about online-only streaming service...