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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Springs gas station to be set of cop killing re-enactment

    Springs gas station to be set of cop killing re-enactment
    Like a typical shootout with police, there will be screams and the popping from handguns. The scene: an ugly showdown between police officers and an alleged thief. When it's over, the two cops will be injured and a third will be dead. But the dramatic...
  • Chicago represents at Sundance Film Festival

    Chicago represents at Sundance Film Festival
    The Sundance Film Festival kicks off today in Park City, Utah, with a pair of films from Chicago directors who also happened to be married to one another. Joe Swanberg ("Drinking Buddies") debuts his latest feature "Digging for Fire," co-created with...
  • TV ratings: Fox dominates the night with 'American Idol,' 'Empire'

    TV ratings: Fox dominates the night with 'American Idol,' 'Empire'
    Fox's "Empire" is on a roll. According to Nielsen, the drama earned a strong rating of 4.3 in the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic, while drawing 10.9 million viewers Wednesday night. The show, which premiered Jan. 7, was first in the key demo and...
  • On The Fly: Note To NFL: Please Rule On Deflategate

    On The Fly: Note To NFL: Please Rule On Deflategate
    OK, we are not going to talk about deflated footballs here. That's just silly. Yes, it's a rule. Yes, Coach Hoodie has cheated in the past. Yes, yes, yes. The NFL needs to issue a ruling — suspend somebody, fine them, do something, please —...
  • U.S. TV shows pulled from Chinese video portals

    U.S. TV shows including “Agent Carter,” “Empire” and “Shameless” have suddenly been removed from Chinese video streaming sites this week, a sign that government regulators are pressing ahead with vows to exercise...
  • Council forum focuses on development

    Council forum focuses on development
    With a little more than a month until the city's primary election, the seven Burbank City Council candidates vying for two open seats sought to distinguish themselves Tuesday night. The hopefuls gathered in the Burbank City Council chambers to present...
  • CBS walloped its rivals in viewership last week, matching ABC, Fox and NBC combined

    Except for CBS, the broadcast networks mostly closed up shop last week. At least, that's the suggestion from Nielsen, which says the average prime-time audience for CBS matched the total viewership for ABC, Fox and NBC. Meanwhile, CBS logged a dozen of...
  • Clementine's care extends to its bar

    Clementine's care extends to its bar
    In November, “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” — celebrity chef Guy Fieri's self-explanatory hit show on the Food Network — highlighted three Baltimore restaurants, including Hamilton's Clementine, even though it does not naturally...
  • 'Dear White People,' 'Imitation Game' are among GLAAD nominees

    'Dear White People,' 'Imitation Game' are among GLAAD nominees
    The LGBT media advocacy organization GLAAD named the nominees for its annual GLAAD Media Awards on Wednesday, announcing 31 categories (English and Spanish–language) for the fair and accurate inclusion of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender...
  • 'Backstrom' a welcome return for 'The Office's' Rainn Wilson

    'Backstrom' a welcome return for 'The Office's' Rainn Wilson
    "Backstrom," which premieres Thursday on Fox, is Rainn Wilson's way back to television, some 16 months after the end of "The Office." It is good to see him, and all in all, good to see him here. In some ways, Wilson hasn't fallen far from the tree where...
  • Lawsuit over TV recordings yields a limited win for viewers' rights

    The Supreme Court's ruling last June against Aereo, the online TV viewing service, threatened to undermine consumers' ability to record television shows in the cloud and watch them remotely. But in a key ruling this month, a federal judge in Los Angeles...