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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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  • The TV we deserve? 'True Detective' season 2 and the age of microcriticism

    "My strong suspicion is … we get the world we deserve." This line from the second season of "True Detective" got a lot of play in the many pieces written in anticipation of its debut, and here's hoping it won't turn out to be self-referential....
  • On the watch list: 'Ballers' and 'The Brink'

    On the watch list: 'Ballers' and 'The Brink'
    Two new HBO comedies premiere Sunday; each is worth a look. "Ballers" stars Dwayne Johnson in what might be the first truly life-sized role of his career, as Spencer Strasmore, a former football star trying to make it as a Miami-based financial manager....
  • 'Complications' goes crazy with doctor's metamorphosis

    'Complications' goes crazy with doctor's metamorphosis
    At its heart, USA's new series "Complications" is a simple and familiar story: White man goes wild. Whether it's Michael Douglas in "Falling Down," Bryan Cranston in "Breaking Bad" or Burt Reynolds and company in "Deliverance," the primitive power...
  • NBC keeps Brian Williams fiasco in the news cycle

    NBC keeps Brian Williams fiasco in the news cycle
    When did making "a number of inaccurate statements about his own role and experiences covering events in the field" become a viable job history for an MSNBC breaking-news anchor? On Thursday, apparently. That's when NBC announced the fate of Brian...
  • 'Astronaut Wives Club' lifts off with a light payload

    "The Astronaut Wives Club," which premieres Thursday on ABC, is a fact-based period soap opera that sets itself down at the intersection of "Mad Men" and "Desperate Housewives." And though there are no great claims to be made for it as drama or history,...
  • 'Ballers' on HBO aims to be rare sports-themed series with winning game plan

    'Ballers' on HBO aims to be rare sports-themed series with winning game plan
    The record-breaking ratings accompanying the tsunami of recent sports blockbusters, from the NBA Finals to the Stanley Cup playoffs to the Triple Crown to the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao bout, proves one of life's most undeniable truths —...
  • Famous South Florida dads share their most cherished moments of fatherhood

    Famous South Florida dads share their most cherished moments of fatherhood
    Hugs. Ice cream after baseball practice. Teaching you the best things in life are not “things” at all. These are qualities that make dads great, and we have plenty of reasons to celebrate dads across America this Father’s Day. Here are...
  • Showtime's David Nevins on the effect of awards and the welfare of elves

    Showtime's David Nevins on the effect of awards and the welfare of elves
    David Nevins had a role in several television milestones. At NBC, he shepherded the development of the mega-hit drama "ER." At Fox, he gambled on the first real-time series, "24." As the top executive at Imagine Television, he oversaw "Arrested...
  • TV Picks: 'Thunderbirds,' 'Incredible Crew,' UCB does 'Seinfeld'

    TV Picks: 'Thunderbirds,' 'Incredible Crew,' UCB does 'Seinfeld'
    "Thunderbirds: The Complete Series" (Shout Factory Blu-ray). "Thunderbirds" is go! The complete run of the fourth and best known of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson's Supermarionation puppet series -- following "Supercar," "Fireball XL-5" and "Stingray" -- has...
  • 'Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell' conjures literate magic world

    It is tempting to view "Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell" through the prism of "Harry Potter," but as with so many temptations that would be wrong. Like the Potter series, the seven-part adaptation of Susanna Clarke's historical fantasy series/booster...
  • TV's alleged 'rape glut' may just be a more reflective reality

    TV's alleged 'rape glut' may just be a more reflective reality
    After avoiding the subject for much of its lifetime, television has begun featuring stories that include rape. And many people are not happy about it. With television now functioning as much national encounter group as entertainment, any act of violence...