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  • CBS announces fall 2011 TV premiere dates

    CBS announces fall 2011 TV premiere dates
    Despite the drama of losing Charlie Sheen and adding Ashton Kutcher this summer, "Two and a Half Men" will return for its ninth season Sept. 19, along with the rest of the CBS Monday night comedy line-up, the network announced Wednesday. "Two and a...
  • CBS shifts hits, adds 4 new shows for Fall 2012 schedule

    CBS shifts hits, adds 4 new shows for Fall 2012 schedule
    CBS on Wednesday morning revealed its primetime schedule for the 2012-13 TV season and the big news is timeslot reshuffling. "Two and a Half Men" moves to Thursdays after "The Big Bang Theory," while "2 Broke Girls" shifts to "Men's" 8 p.m. Monday spot....
  • From Sun Magazine: Behind the scenes with 'Modern Family,' the sitcom's new savior

    From Sun Magazine: Behind the scenes with 'Modern Family,' the sitcom's new savior
    Jason Winer was directing Julie Bowen on first episode of "Modern Family" when inspiration struck. "In the initial draft, Julie's character was described as mildly controlling and neurotic," Winer says of the suburban sitcom mom. "But what she didn't...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Elisabeth Harnois

    Ted Danson is a newcomer to "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," but he's not the only one. Elisabeth Harnois actually was introduced last season as forensic sleuth Morgan Brody in a guest appearance on the long-running CBS drama series. She's back full...
  • CBS sets Fall 2012 TV premiere schedule

    CBS sets Fall 2012 TV premiere schedule
    Doesn't seem to matter how long-in-the-tooth some CBS series get, they just ain't never going away. Cases in point, "Survivor," "48 Hours Mystery" and "60 Minutes," which launch their 25th, 26th and 45th seasons this fall. The network finally put "CSI:...
  • January TV series, season & winter premiere schedule

    January TV series, season & winter premiere schedule
    Now that the holidays are (almost) over, you're probably ready for your favorite shows to return as the midseason schedule kicks in. A lot of brand new shows premiere in January as well. So get ready. Here's a list of series, season and winter premiere...
  • Fall TV: Five new shows we're most looking forward to

    Fall TV: Five new shows we're most looking forward to
    We've waded through the fall TV schedule — and made it out alive! We also found five upcoming shows we'll actually watch (sorry "Charlie's Angels." Not you.). Here's our top five.  "2 Broke Girls" (9:30 p.m. Sept. 19, CBS): Hint: It's about two...
  • '2 Broke Girls' make for one whole sitcom

    Sometimes watching a drama a second time, you notice nuances undetected at first. Watching a comedy again, especially within a couple of weeks of the initial viewing, rarely enhances the experience. Jokes seem forced or stale the second time around. An...
  • TV review: 'Don't Trust The B---- In Apartment 23' just yet

    TV review: 'Don't Trust The B---- In Apartment 23' just yet
    You may not want to wait to see James Van Der Beek in ABC's new comedy "Don't Trust The B---- In Apartment 23," but don't let the inconsistent premiere turn you away. The former "Dawson's Creek" hunk provides much of the charm and limited punch lines...
  • Your say: What's #1 on your holiday wish-list?

    Your say: What's #1 on your holiday wish-list?
    This week, we asked about your top gift picks for the holidays. Here's what you had to say. •••• The Lombardi Trophy in Baltimore. --lilasc via Twitter •••• Peace! --TC Galltin via Facebook •••&...
  • Network TV embraces the B-word

    Network TV embraces the B-word
    Last year, when the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals curtailed the Federal Communications Commission's powers to punish networks for "fleeting expletives," many worried that network television would become a battlefield of exploding F-bombs and barely bleeped...