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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • After Stephanopoulos, I am boycotting all the talking heads

     After Stephanopoulos, I am boycotting all the talking heads
    Some of you are probably done with ABC News over the George Stephanopoulos embarrassment. Of course, you wouldn't be wrong to boycott ABC News. You might be a fool not to. If you have any pretension to intellectual honesty, you either boycott ABC News...
  • 'Our Little Family' renewed: Cable TV show features Arnold couple and their three children

    "Our Little Family," the cable television show featuring an Arnold couple and their children is returning for a second season, the family confirmed Friday. The TLC reality show debuted in February, chronicling the lives of Dan Hamill, 48, his wife...
  • HBO's 'Bessie' offers a lesson in show biz and the blues

     HBO's 'Bessie' offers a lesson in show biz and the blues
    Early on in "Bessie," a new HBO biopic premiering Saturday and starring Queen Latifah as the singer Bessie Smith, Smith's about-to-be mentor, Ma Rainey (played by Mo'Nique), offers a musicological lesson in show business. "You got 'The St. Louis Blues,'...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 5/16 log (updated Friday AM)

    7:30 a.m.    Golf: Spanish Open third round (in Girona).--Golf 7:40 a.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Aston Villa at Southampton.--NBCSN 8 a.m.    Tennis: Italian Open semifinals.--Tennis Ch. 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable...
  • 'The Mindy Project' is moving to Hulu

    'The Mindy Project' is moving to Hulu
    “The Mindy Project” has found love with Hulu. Less than a week after rumblings surfaced that the Mindy Kaling comedy was eyeing a home on the streaming site following its rejection from Fox, a deal has officially been locked in. Hulu...
  • Harry Shearer's 'Simpsons' contract dispute plays out over Twitter

    Harry Shearer's  'Simpsons' contract dispute plays out over Twitter
    "The Simpsons" is TV's longest-running series, with the same band of six actors voicing the regular cartoon characters, including goof-prone patriarch Homer and the other denizens of Springfield. But that impressive run of an intact cast may finally...
  • Marc Maron promises an emotionally scary (and funny) new season on IFC

    Marc Maron promises an emotionally scary (and funny) new season on IFC
    Marc Maron -- comedian, actor, author, podcaster -- is back with the sitcom that bears his name and likeness. Broadly put, "Maron," whose third season begins tonight on IFC, is a story about learning to live with craziness and need, your own, your...
  • Letterman gets ratings boost with retirement near

    David Letterman's imminent retirement is bringing nostalgic viewers back to check out his final shows. The Nielsen company said Letterman's CBS "Late Show" had more viewers last week than the "Tonight" show for the first time since Jimmy Fallon took over...
  • Go on a magic carpet ride with Barbara Eden

    Go on a magic carpet ride with Barbara Eden
    “I Dream of Jeannie” turns 50 this year and actress Barbara Eden is ready to spill all the secrets. She pops out of the bottle and on the stage when she talks about her co-stars over the years during “On The Magic Carpet with Barbara...
  • German TV show featuring Heidi Klum abandoned after threat

    A live German television model casting show featuring model Heidi Klum was abandoned after a woman called in a bomb threat. TV channel ProSieben abruptly yanked "Germany's next Topmodel" off the air Thursday night, initially citing "technical problems."...
  • Long-lost doc about rural France indulges in people-watching

    Long-lost doc about rural France indulges in people-watching
    Few documentaries these days give themselves over entirely to the act of people-watching. Frederick Wiseman might be the most well-known and prolific American director to work in this style. But quiet, contemplative eavesdropping by a filmmaker —...