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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • AMC plotting a 'Mad Men' send-off to remember

    AMC plotting a 'Mad Men' send-off to remember
    It should come as no surprise that "Mad Men," a drama about a 1960s advertising firm, has designed what it hopes to be an unforgettable send-off campaign. The pioneering AMC drama will launch its seventh and final season on April 5 — culminating...
  • New on DVD: 'Hunger Games,' 'Outlander'

    New DVD releases this week range from the continuation of a popular film series to a film that produced an Oscar-nominated performance. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1," Grade B: Director Francis Lawrence, the man behind "The Hunger Games:...
  • USA Network's 'Dig' takes global approach

    PASADENA, Calif. Tim Kring has been a writer and producer on television programs for more than 20 years with shows such as "Chicago Hope," "Heroes" and "Touch." None of the projects have been as logistically complicated as his new cable series, "Dig."...
  • 'Judge Judy' is extended through 2020 in a new CBS deal

    'Judge Judy' is extended through 2020 in a new CBS deal
    CBS has just made it rain for "Judge Judy." Judith Sheindlin, the irascible jurist behind the hit syndicated courtroom show, has signed a deal that will keep her on the bench and in front of the camera at least through 2020, CBS Television...
  • Conspiracies swirl over Moscow murder as no suspects named

    MOSCOW The contract-style murder last Friday night of Boris Nemtsov, a vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has led to accusations of Kremlin complicity but also to a slew of competing theories involving everything from the CIA to Islamic...
  • 'Billy & Billie': These step-siblings have bite

    It's the same old story: Two disaffected young New Yorkers get drunk, have sex and the next morning it's a lot of awkward small talk, dancing around the real issue and never wanting to appear too willing to lay one's real feelings on the table. At first...
  • NBCUniversal developing a subscription comedy channel

    NBCUniversal developing a subscription comedy channel
    NBCUniversal is preparing to launch a subscription digital comedy service aimed at millennial viewers who watch hours of entertainment on digital devices rather than the old-school TV. NBC's proposed over-the-top service is expected to launch later this...
  • Why Bill O'Reilly gets a whopper of a pass

    Why Bill O'Reilly gets a whopper of a pass
    Mother Jones, a feisty investigative magazine with a left-progressive slant, has been on the warpath lately in pursuit of Fox News host Bill O'Reilly. The charge: serial exaggerations and outright whoppers of a sort that brought punishment for NBC's Brian...
  • Rocker Bret Michaels, country stars Clint Black, Jamey Johnson among 6 shows announced at Penn's Peak

    Rocker Bret Michaels, country stars Clint Black, Jamey Johnson among 6 shows announced at Penn's Peak
    Rock singer Bret Michaels, who led the multi-platinum-selling band Poison in the 1980s and '90s and later had solo success, will play at Penn’s Peak near Jim Thorpe, it has been announced. Also announced were two country music heavyweights:...
  • GOP's week extension of homeland security funding makes great reality TV

     GOP's week extension of homeland security funding makes great reality TV
    The problem with modern-day politics, aside from everything, is that it lacks consistent excitement. Sure, there are moments when debate over a major bill gets attention, but our interest fades once the bill passes and we drift back to more intriguing...
  • ABC gets real with 'American Crime'

    LOS ANGELES � The two biggest freshman hits on TV this season, "Empire" and "How to Get Away With Murder," are addictive but ridiculous soaps in which J.R. Ewing and Erica Kane would feel right at home. There's nothing frivolous about ABC's...