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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • The link between Don Draper and David Letterman

    The link between Don Draper and David Letterman
    Over Easter weekend, while rooting around in my family's home in Rhode Island, looking for photo albums, I came across a cardboard box in the basement, large and deep enough to have once held a pricey, pre-flat-screen, flat-tube TV, the kind of monolithic...
  • Which network TV shows were renewed, and what's gone for good

    Which network TV shows were renewed, and what's gone for good
    It's that time of year when all the broadcast networks set their fall schedules, and as a result, decide the fates of all their current shows. This annual event, known as Upfront Week, begins on Sunday when NBC officially finalizes its schedule —...
  • Farewell, 'Mad Men,' Letterman — and boomers

    With momentous finales this week — "Mad Men" ending and David Letterman retiring — we will see the end of two landmark TV franchises. We will also witness two of the last great vestiges of baby-boomer culture leaving the main stage of...
  • ABC's Paul Lee touts diversity, stability, ambition of 2015-16 lineup

    ABC's Paul Lee touts diversity, stability, ambition of 2015-16 lineup
    Ahead of its upfront presentation Tuesday afternoon in New York, ABC unveiled a fall prime-time schedule that, in contrast to the tumult of recent years, will remain remarkably steady. The network will premiere just five new series this fall, and is ...
  • CBS ends 'CSI,' adds 'Supergirl,' Jane Lynch

    Most-watched broadcaster CBS will add Supergirl, Jane Lynch and a show from Bradley Cooper in the fall and conclude the original "CSI" with a two-hour movie. William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger will return for the "CSI" finale on Sept. 27. The show...
  • Albert Sauser, TV news engineer, dies at 95

    Albert Sauser, TV news engineer, dies at 95
    During his career with CBS at WBBM-Ch. 2, Albert Sauser played an important role in historic telecasts including the Kennedy-Nixon debates, the funerals of President John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert and the 1968 Democratic National Convention in...
  • Mark Kirk launches first ad of 2016 U.S. Senate race

    Mark Kirk launches first ad of 2016 U.S. Senate race
    First-term Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk will start airing the first TV ad of his re-election campaign Thursday, a spot that uses his recovery from a January 2012 stroke as a metaphor for his work for Illinois constituents. The ad marks the beginning...
  • Could Constantine come to 'Arrow' next season?

    Could Constantine come to 'Arrow' next season?
    DC Comics fans are still mourning the recent cancellation of NBC's "Constantine," which starred Matt Ryan as the titular occult detective -- but could the character live on through another DC television series, like The CW's "Arrow"? The supernatural...
  • Ed Fouhy, network news executive, dead at age 80

    Ed Fouhy, a longtime television news executive whose Emmy Award-winning career ranged from producing Walter Cronkite's evening broadcasts to twice overseeing presidential debates, has died. Fouhy died Wednesday at a nursing home in Chatham,...
  • CBS thumps chest, teases 'noisy' new shows for 2015-16

    CBS thumps chest, teases 'noisy' new shows for 2015-16
    CBS unveiled its fall primetime schedule Wednesday morning at its annual press breakfast, dubbed "Lox With Les."  As it does most years, the event included lots of gloating from CBS, which as Chief Executive Leslie Moonves noted in his opening remarks,...
  • 7 celebrity women who have started their own businesses

    Business ownership is the latest must-have among women on the A-List. Stars including Halle Berry, Nicki Minaj and Drew Barrymore, have launched businesses in recent years that sell lingerie, bubby wine and lip gloss. Here are some celebs that are...