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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • NBC picks up yet another Chicago-based show from Dick Wolf

    NBC picks up yet another Chicago-based show from Dick Wolf
    NBC has picked up "Chicago Med" for next season. The news comes two weeks before the network's scheduled upfront announcements, when it will unveil plans for all of its new upcoming series. Like "Chicago PD," "Chicago Med" is a spinoff of "Chicago Fire....
  • CSI Morton Grove: Locals get firsthand forensics lesson

    CSI Morton Grove: Locals get firsthand forensics lesson
    As night fell on a chilly spring Tuesday evening in Morton Grove, a small group of local residents trickled into Village Hall through a back door for a private discussion on a topic that would give most people the chills. What played out during the next...
  • TLC show highlights Columbia-based bridal boutique

    TLC show highlights Columbia-based bridal boutique
    Yukia Walker and Yuneisia Harris have made the most of filling a void in options for full-figure brides with their Columbia boutique. Now the sisters are the stars of TLC's new reality show "Curvy Brides," which premieres tonight. The duo opened ...
  • Dramatic, inspiring 'El Poeta' targets Mexico's War on Drugs

    Dramatic, inspiring 'El Poeta' targets Mexico's War on Drugs
    Other countries' problems come to us like poor radio signals — emerging from the static when something exceptionally sensational occurs and then sinking back into the white noise of bad business as usual. So it is with Mexico's 9-year-old War on...
  • ESPN and NFL Network catch high ratings with Round 1 of draft

    ESPN and NFL Network catch high ratings with Round 1 of draft
    The NFL draft: it's not just a sorting of incoming pro football players, it's a TV event. ESPN and NFL Network drew big ratings again Thursday night with their telecast of the first round of the NFL draft. According to Nielsen, an average of 7 million...
  • 'Roots' miniseries remake set to air on A&E, Lifetime and History

    'Roots' miniseries remake set to air on A&E, Lifetime and History
    "Roots," the landmark 1977 miniseries, is going to be remade as a limited event series that will air on three cable channels -- A&E, History and Lifetime -- in 2016. LeVar Burton, who played the African slave Kunta Kinte in the original miniseries, will...
  • The story behind the Newton Minow story

    The story behind the Newton Minow story
    The office of Newton Minow is on the 24th floor of a building in the heart of the Loop, and it has, as you can imagine, striking views of the city in all its skyscraping, hustling vigor. Minow is 89 years old and has been a high-powered attorney for...
  • NBC putting all of new Duchovny drama 'Aquarius' online

    NBC is taking the bold step of adding an online binge-viewing option to a high-profile new drama. The network announced Thursday that all 13 episodes of "Aquarius," starring David Duchovny, will be available online after the drama's two-hour NBC...
  • Verizon-ESPN dispute may pave way for a la carte pay-TV programming

    Verizon-ESPN dispute may pave way for a la carte pay-TV programming
    There's a reason ESPN sicced its lawyers on Verizon this week, shattering any pretense of being part of a big, happy pay-TV family. Verizon's new Custom TV bundles of channels — which break off ESPN and other sports channels into a separate...
  • Marilyn Mosby shows how you use TV to inform

    Marilyn Mosby shows how you use TV to inform
    What an impressive TV press conference by State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby. Memo to all the politicians chasing camera time who think they understand media: That's the way you use television to inform. Two minutes into her press conference, you knew...
  • May 2015 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials

    May 2015 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials
    Finales and premieres collide in May.  The first half of the month is dominated by season finales, some of which could turn into series enders as networks announce their cancellations and renewals. Notable shows ending their runs for sure include...