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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Michael Wenzel, Northbrook golf pro

    The golf pro at the Northbrook Park District's Sportsman's Country Club has just been chosen, for the third straight year, by U.S. Kids Golf as one of the top 50 kids' golf teachers in the country, earning him a new title: Master Kids Teacher. His old...
  • Martin Schram: Here's a tip: Horseraces and politics don't merit watching till the race starts

    With the Kentucky Derby just two weeks away, it's time to remind ourselves of just how time-wasting and meaningless it can be if we tune in way too early to television's race day coverage. We'll just be swamped by the pre-race, paddock walk blather and...
  • Another news victory for ABC over NBC

    NBC's "Nightly News" has lost to ABC in the ratings for the second straight week and only the second time since 2009, increasing pressure on the network to decide whether suspended anchor Brian Williams will return. The Nielsen company said ABC's...
  • Brody Jenner to host E!'s 'Sex with Brody' call-in talk show

    Yet another member of the Jenner-Kardashian clan is getting a TV show. The E! Entertainment channel said Tuesday that Brody Jenner will host a call-in talk show titled "Sex With Brody." The show is based on a podcast by Jenner, who is described by the...
  • 'Turn: Washington's Spies' recap: Abe resumes his covert work

    'Turn: Washington's Spies' recap: Abe resumes his covert work
    By posing as an innocuous law student, Abraham Woodhull (Jamie Bell) gathers vital information about the British military in “Hard Boiled,” Episode 202 of AMC’s “Turn: Washington’s Spies.” This latest mission was...
  • 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 premiere hits ratings record despite piracy

    'Game of Thrones' Season 5 premiere hits ratings record despite piracy
    Not even pirates could stop the "Game of Thrones" invasion. Sunday's Season 5 premiere of HBO's fantasy epic hit record ratings, with 8 million total viewers for the 9 p.m. original airing, according to Nielsen. That's a 21% jump compared with last...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Television Q&A: 'Allegiance' taken off NBC; 'Bitten,' 'Beauty and the Beast' will return

    You have questions. I have some answers. Q: My husband and I have been watching the NBC series "Allegiance" from its beginning when suddenly another series, "The Slap," came on in its place. We never knew why "Allegiance" was removed. Was "Allegiance"...
  • 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...
  • 'The Game' will score its last play on BET in July

    'The Game' will score its last play on BET in July
    The clock on "The Game" is winding down. BET's series about the players on a fictional San Diego football team and the women involved with them will close its nine-season run on July 29. The season will launch June 3. Since its 2011 launch on BET...