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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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  • Live, From New York: Sprout's Morning Show For Kids Wants Celebrities In Mix

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Some talk shows lure guests with the promise of hyping a new project. Others deliver instant fame. And then there's one that hopes to hook visitors with the sounds of an anthropomorphic chicken whose voice is reminiscent of a...
  • 'Airbender' tax credit shows how far states will go to woo filmmakers

    Pennsylvania film officials were understandably eager to have the "The Last Airbender" shoot in their state. The $150-million movie would burnish Pennsylvania's reputation as a growing film hub and provide work for hundreds of crew members. A former...
  • Rams' fake on punt return is all too real for Seahawks

    Rams' fake on punt return is all too real for Seahawks
    Usually the 12th Man is a difference maker for Seattle. Sunday, the man wearing 12 played a role in the Seahawks' demise. Stedman Bailey, a second-year receiver for the St. Louis Rams, pulled off the best trick play of the NFL season, fooling everyone...
  • Netflix Pacts for Original Canadian Thriller Series 'Between'

    Netflix has cut a three-way deal for original survivalist thriller series "Between," under which the streaming service will premiere it alongside its debut on Canadian TV and subscription VOD. The first season of "Between," with six hour-long episodes,...
  • 'Undercover Boss' Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary on CBS

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - During the Mipcom TV market, All3Media Intl. and Variety feted the success of reality show "Undercover Boss" at a party on the Najade, a boat in Cannes harbor. The show, which is produced by Studio Lambert, is celebrating...
  • Sumi Haru dies at 75; SAG official sought better roles for Asian Americans

    Sumi Haru dies at 75; SAG official sought better roles for Asian Americans
    Sumi Haru dreamed of becoming an actress, but found her true calling when she joined a 1970 picket line at the Music Center in Los Angeles, protesting the musical "Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen," which was set in Japan but had white actors playing Asian...
  • Fox reduces episode order for struggling 'Mulaney'

     Fox reduces episode order for struggling 'Mulaney'
    Is Fox's "Mulaney" on the ropes? The network has cut the episode order for the freshman comedy starring comic and former "Saturday Night Live" writer John Mulaney from 16 to 13. The series has drawn lackluster ratings since its premiere two weeks ago....
  • NASCAR's new elimination format for Chase isn't faring well on TV

    NASCAR's new elimination format for Chase isn't faring well on TV
    There were several reasons why TV ratings should have jumped for NASCAR's race at Charlotte a week ago. The Charlotte race was part of NASCAR's revamped Sprint Cup Series' Chase for the Cup title playoff, with a new knockout format that eliminates...
  • Ira Winderman: Scheduling solution? Longer season

    Ira Winderman: Scheduling solution? Longer season
    There is a simple solution to the debate that has grown out of Sunday's experimentation with a 44-minute preseason game between the Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics. On one side, there are the traditionalists who contend that anything shorter than 48...
  • NBA's big-money TV deal could be a vanishing breed, analysts say

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - National Basketball Association executives should be popping the champagne over their jaw-dropping television contracts totaling $24 billion because such big-money deals are likely to vanish, analysts say. The point of sports...
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    NBA's big-money TV deal could be a vanishing breed, analysts say WASHINGTON (Reuters) - National Basketball Association executives should be popping the champagne over their jaw-dropping television contracts totaling $24 billion because such big-money...