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Cheers (tv program)

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  • Crown Media Predicts 20% Rise in Hallmark Upfront Take

    Can the former executive producer of landmark CBS series "Touched by an Angel" produce a halo effect for the fortunes of Crown Media's Hallmark cable networks? Armed with proof of new investment in original programming, executives from the media company,...
  • Review: 'Friends With Better Lives' is another 'Friends' wannabe

    Review: 'Friends With Better Lives' is another 'Friends' wannabe
    Some good actors have come temporarily to roost on "Friends With Better Lives," a new CBS sitcom premiering Monday. It concerns a group of, yes, friends. Some — you may have also gleaned from the title — are less than satisfied with their lot....
  • Matthew Weiner Opens Doors for New Talent on 'Mad Men' Production Team

    It's no secret that "Mad Men" launched the careers of most of its stars -- Jon Hamm was best known for a recurring role on "Providence" before he slipped into Don Draper's suits. Whether casting virtual unknowns like Christina Hendricks and Elisabeth Moss...
  • Hulkamania meets Oprah-mania

    Hulkamania meets Oprah-mania
    "Whatcha gonna do, brother?!" Yes, after a lengthy absence, the legendary Hulk Hogan will be a fixture at Wrestlemania again—hosting the 30th edition Sunday in New Orleans, in fact. But before pro wrestling's biggest night kicks off, RedEye...
  • In favor of tax credits for Hollywood production [Letter]

    Editor: Colossal stupidity is the best description of our lawmakers in Annapolis who did not vote to extend the full tax credits asked by the production company of the Netflix TV series "House of Cards," filmed right here in Harford County and...
  • Lisa Kudrow calls nose job at 16 'life-altering,' talks 'Friends'

    Lisa Kudrow calls nose job at 16 'life-altering,' talks 'Friends'
    While other kids were out getting their driver licenses when they were 16, Lisa Kudrow did something else "life-altering": She got a nose job. The "Web Therapy" star recently turned 50 and opened up about childhood and young adult events that affected...
  • Cheers, Tears and Awards Buzz for the 3-Hankie 'Banks'

    The AFI Festival opened Thursday night with Disney's "Savings Mr. Banks," where audiences sat at a premiere in the TCL Chinese Theater and watched onscreen characters sitting at a premiere at the Chinese Theater. It was a moment of pure dizzy land. The...
  • James Burrows on Directing: 'Don't Be a Traffic Cop'

    After winning 10 Emmys, four Directors Guild Awards and a spot in the TV Academy Hall of Fame, James Burrows has earned the right to have a unique clause inserted to his contract when he signs on to a new project. "I have a fun clause in my contract," he...
  • John Pleasants Out as Co-President of Disney Interactive; Jimmy Pitaro Takes Helm of Group

    In a surprise move, John Pleasants has stepped down as co-president of Disney Interactive. Move comes as the Walt Disney Co. said Monday it will merge all game and online operations under Jimmy Pitaro, who already is based in Los Angeles. Pleasants,...
  • HBO's 'True Detective' with Harrelson, McConaughey is an unusual case

    HBO's 'True Detective' with Harrelson, McConaughey is an unusual case
    On paper, the premise of the new HBO anthology series "True Detective" — two mismatched cops investigating the murder of a prostitute — hardly sounds like the most inventive idea; even the title borders on generic. Minutes into the pilot...
  • Review: CBS' 'Mom' knows best, or at least better than 'Dads,' 'Men'

    It does seem odd at first that the new TV season brings a series called "Dads" and another called "Mom." But TV moves in waves and swarms, and this fall there is an emphasis on family (and on extended family), possibly reflecting the experience of writers...