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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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  • Smithfield's Bria Kelly is ready to go live on NBC's "The Voice"

    Smithfield's Bria Kelly is ready to go live on NBC's "The Voice"
    Bria Kelly does not want to look back. The 18-year-old singer from Smithfield, competing in the sixth season of NBC-TV's reality talent show "The Voice," has made it through several tough rounds of cuts to reach the final 12. As she begins the live...
  • In 1948, Tribune got into TV for the long run

     In 1948, Tribune got into TV for the long run
    When the Chicago Tribune launched a television station in spring 1948, it demonstrated that while its publisher, Col. Robert R. McCormick, politically harked to the past, he was fascinated by technological progress and determined to be on the cutting...
  • Top 3 Pop: 'Parks and Recreation' finale and more

    'PARKS AND RECREATION' SEASON FINALE 1 When "The Office" ended last year, NBC's "Parks and Recreation" (from "Office" producer Greg Daniels) already was stepping into the limelight as the network's premiere comedy series. "Parks and Rec" continues to...
  • Turner's Craig Sager diagnosed with leukemia

    There is sad news from the Turner cable TV family: Craig Sager, the colorful NBA sideline reporter, is out of early playoff work undergoing treatment for acute leukemia. Tim McCarver, who signed off network baseball broadcasting at the end of the World...
  • Valerie Harper signs, seals, delivers another role

    Valerie Harper signs, seals, delivers another role
    Valerie Harper is positively radiant these days. There's a sparkle in her eyes and a genuine warmth in her smile. Why not? She's defied the odds. Early last year, Harper was told she had three months to live. Harper, a non-smoker who had a cancerous...
  • Review: The witches of 'Salem' can't cast a spell

    Review: The witches of 'Salem' can't cast a spell
    It seems strange to recall that just a few years ago, the scripted drama was on a death watch. Threatened by premium cable, falling ratings, reality television and the omnipotent menace of "the Internet," the hourlong nighttime drama seemed on the way...
  • Review: 'A Day Late and a Dollar Short' gets short shrift on Lifetime

     Review: 'A Day Late and a Dollar Short' gets short shrift on Lifetime
    In this age of try-anything television, it's difficult to understand why Lifetime chose to cram the Terry McMillan novel "A Day Late and a Dollar Short" into a single made-for-TV movie. Rich with plot and pathos that address difficult issues,...
  • Review: 'Orphan Black' turns out to be many times better than expected

     Review: 'Orphan Black' turns out to be many times better than expected
    "Orphan Black," which returns for its second season on BBC America on Saturday, is proof positive that you can't judge a show by its concept. Before it debuted last year, it was easily dismissed. It was a show about clones, for heaven's sake. Not...
  • 'SNL' marking 40 years with 3-hour special

    'SNL' marking 40 years with 3-hour special
    "Saturday Night Live" plans a blowout 40th birthday party - a three-hour live special that will air on Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015 and include a huge reunion of former cast members. The list of returning Not Ready for Primetime Players, as well as special and...
  • Carnival Sunshine makes Port Canaveral debut

    Carnival Sunshine makes Port Canaveral debut
    Port Canaveral may have lost a Dream, but now it has some Sunshine. The Carnival Sunshine arrived this week to replace the Carnival Dream, which had sailed out of Central Florida since its debut in 2009. The Sunshine, while smaller, is one of Carnival...
  • Easton cartoonist brings L.A. style to the Valley

    It is not the most common occurrence for someone from the Lehigh Valley to move to California and then move back. But that's the path cartoonist and animator Carol "Cotty" Kilbanks has taken. After living on west coast for 20 years and working on TV shows...