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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • 'Mad Men' finale recap: There's no place like om

    'Mad Men' finale recap: There's no place like om
    Could it be that “Mad Men” is actually the origin story of a really famous commercial? In a twist that no one could have predicted -- oh wait, someone kinda did -- the Series That Changed Television ends with Don Draper sitting in lotus pose...
  • 'The Strain' returns July 12

    'The Strain' returns July 12
    Fans of scary TV can rejoice: "The Strain" returns for its second season at 10 p.m. July 12 on FX. The vampire drama mesmerized viewers with heroic human characters fighting a villain known as the Master and the terrible consequences of a vampire strain...
  • TV judge gets ethics OK to let brother get paid for show

    The brother of a judge who appears on the public access TV show "Caught in Providence" can try to sell the program to broadcasters, the state ethics commission said Tuesday. Frank Caprio is chief municipal court judge in Providence and stars in the...
  • 'Dancing,' Billboard awards top weekly ratings

    What's Central Florida favorite TV show? "Dancing With the Stars" could claim that title, based on the ratings for last week. The dance contest names a new winner in the two-hour season finale at 9 p.m. Tuesday (tonight). The favorite program with...
  • New 'CSI' show written by Elmwood Park native

    New 'CSI' show written by Elmwood Park native
    As a child, Carly Soteras loved watching television. Her mother, Vicky Soteras, had a hard time pulling her young daughter away from the TV growing up in Elmwood Park. "We couldn't go out at certain times because her shows were on," she said. Now...
  • Networks continue to look for winning combination

    The combination of a better than average 2014-15 TV season, the continued strength of reality shows and an unwillingness by the networks to do much on Saturday nights has resulted in one of the smallest groups of new programming for the 2015-16 season....
  • Hubbard Woods celebrates 2,000 episodes of 'World's Greatest Student Television'

    Hubbard Woods celebrates 2,000 episodes of 'World's Greatest Student Television'
    The "World's Greatest Student Television" program at Hubbard Woods School has influenced many students and teachers since its first broadcast in January 2002. Since then, more than 4,000 student-crafted special reports and thousands of weather reports...
  • Week's TV highlights include 'The Voice' finale, last David Letterman show

    THE VOICE: WINNER 1 "The Voice" crowns its latest champion in a glitzy two-hour finale Tuesday. And if tradition holds, the winner will fall off our radar by sometime next week. 8 p.m. Tuesday, NBC NEW GAME SHOW 2 The new game show "500 Questions"...
  • 'Mad Men' cast says goodbye with daylong blowout

    'Mad Men' cast says goodbye with daylong blowout
    Jon Hamm called it "our fourth goodbye," but for him and the rest of the cast and crew of AMC's "Mad Men," it was the final and, unquestionably, the longest farewell. In a daylong blowout that combined an almost defiant air of celebration (Sad? Who? Us?...
  • 'Pitch Perfect' writer Kay Cannon's Chicago connection with Tina Fey

    'Pitch Perfect' writer Kay Cannon's Chicago connection with Tina Fey
    When I reached "Pitch Perfect 2" screenwriter Kay Cannon by phone recently in Los Angeles, she offered a disclaimer. "I will admit to you freely that I had, um, a really good time at the premiere last night," she said. "Maybe a little bit too much of...
  • Action, she said: TV holds potential for female directors

    When writer-producer Marti Noxon, "Gone Girl" author Gillian Flynn and a studio executive met with a potential star for the upcoming TV adaptation of another Flynn novel, the actress was struck by something unusual. "I don't think I've ever had a meeting...