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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Getting the blues from trying to watch Dodgers on Time Warner Cable

    Getting the blues from trying to watch Dodgers on Time Warner Cable
    My wife gave me Time Warner Cable as a retirement present so I could spend my golden years watching the Boys in Blue on TV. This makes me a lucky guy because 70% of Southern California doesn't get to watch the Dodgers on TV, at least until Charter...
  • So it's the final show? How to wrap a TV series up

    A number of prominent shows signed off for good this season. They won awards, they went their own ways, they played it unsafe. And in the case of "Two and a Half Men," that could mean viewers might want to get themselves checked out. These series are...
  • 'Aquarius' reveals flip side of Summer of Love

     'Aquarius' reveals flip side of Summer of Love
    Here come the 1960s again. Yes, you're tired of hearing about them, just like I'm tired of hearing about the 1820s. Now that "Mad Men" has ended, having tired of the '60s itself, you might have thought you were getting a break from them. You might have...
  • Unlike Oscars, 2015 Emmys have diverse shows, actors to recognize

    While the Oscars were largely a dry white straight male season, the Emmys are shaping up to be anything but, with acclaimed shows starring women, people of color and characters of various sexual and/or gender orientations. The list of newcomers breaking...
  • David Duchovny hits L.A.'s trippy streets in '60s-era 'Aquarius'

    NBC's "Aquarius" transports hippies, flower power, free love and a budding psychopath named Charles Manson to prime time. More significant for network TV watchers, "Aquarius" marks the dawning of the new age of David Duchovny. The drama, premiering...
  • Charter-Time Warner Cable deal: We'll get the Dodgers, but what else?

     Charter-Time Warner Cable deal: We'll get the Dodgers, but what else?
    The real winner of the failed Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal became abundantly clear Tuesday: It was Time Warner Cable. Federal regulators opposed Comcast's $45-billion acquisition on the grounds that combining the first- and second-largest cable TV...
  • Champaign TV anchor Dave Benton dies after battle with brain cancer

    Champaign TV anchor Dave Benton dies after battle with brain cancer
    An Illinois television news anchor who continued to work while he struggled with brain cancer has died. WCIA-TV news director Andy Miller said Dave Benton died Tuesday at home in Champaign. Benton was 52. Benton in December told viewers he had been...
  • Actress Ellie Kemper talks about performing in Chicago, starring in 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' and more

    Actress Ellie Kemper talks about performing in Chicago, starring in 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' and more
    Ellie Kemper lived in Chicago for three months in 2001. She was 21 years old, approaching her senior year at Princeton University and taking a level one improvisation class at ImprovOlympic under the iconic TJ Jagodowski. “It was the best thing...
  • Deerfield students rack up awards

    Deerfield students rack up awards
    Retiring Principal Audris Griffith has called Deerfield High School a "special place," for numerous reasons, including student achievement inside and outside of the classroom. That achievement was on display when 157 students, mostly seniors, were...
  • Kratt Brothers bring the live version of "Wild Kratts" to Star Plaza

    Kratt Brothers bring the live version of "Wild Kratts" to Star Plaza
    On the PBS Kids TV show "Wild Kratts" brothers Chris and Martin Kratt's animated selves don Creature Power Suits to use animals' abilities to rescue their animal friends. Families can see those suits, invented by Aviva Corcovado and her team,...
  • Amazing Kreskin Brings His Mystifying, 'Nothing Is Rigged' Show To Connecticut

    Amazing Kreskin Brings His Mystifying, 'Nothing Is Rigged' Show To Connecticut
    George Joseph Kresge was a young child in New Jersey when during a game of "Hot and Cold" he realized he had the unusual ability to find hidden objects when he focused on where they might be. By his teens he became nationally recognized in the United...