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  • Giving a heads up …

     
    I have a little news, Seminole Nation. It's news that I'm sure most, if not all, of you would consider bad news. I've been wracking my brain all day about the best way to deliver it. So here goes. For the next two weeks, I'll be toeing the line of the...
  • Ted Danson: activist, investigator

     
    Ted Danson, author and actor, wears many hats. His latest is printed with the letters "CSI."...
  • Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'South Beach Tow' on Tru TV

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 17 - 23 in PDF format TV listings for the week of July 17 - 23 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Review: 'Two and a Half Men' welcomes Kutcher, buries Sheen

     
    CBS' cash-cow sitcom "Two and a Half Men" gathered its skirts and trudged into the future Monday night. The coffin over which the camera moved in the opening shot of the series' ninth season contained not just the character that Charlie Sheen had played...
  • 'Arrested Development' vet, CollegeHumor team for new pic

     
    Arrested Development writer Brad Copeland and College Humor are teaming for a new movie that will star Ben Schwartz, Glenn Howerton and Josh Groban...
  • Comcast strikes deal to buy NBC Universal from GE

    Comcast strikes deal to buy NBC Universal from GE
    In a momentous shift in the balance of power of the entertainment industry, cable television giant Comcast Corp. announced this morning that it was acquiring control of NBC Universal from General Electric Co. The proposed $30-billion transaction is the...
  • It takes more than a prayer

    The song was called "A Great Big Buncha Happy!" but none of the authors of "Sister Act: The Musical" seemed terribly cheerful. For a year and a half, the new musical's composer, lyricist, director and two writers had toiled to transform the 1992 Whoopi...
  • Networks are on a laugh track

    Networks are on a laugh track
    America: Do you feel like laughing? The television industry hopes so because a slew of family, buddy and workplace comedy pilots might be coming to a small screen near you later this year. Despite the cloud of anger and anxiety hanging over the nation...
  • Trivia

    Trivia
    Fred Dryer and Julia Duffy auditioned for the parts of Sam and Diane. Both were later guest-stars. ------------------------ The series was originally to have been set in Barstow, California, and Sam Malone was to originally to have been a retired...
  • NBC's Thursdays once again 'Rock'-solid

    This week is season finale week for NBC's Thursday comedy block neighbors "Community," "Parks and Recreation," "The Office" and " 30 Rock." It's also the week of the network upfronts, when the new fall schedule is revealed to advertisers, raising the...
  • 'Top Chef: Las Vegas': Natalie Portman's vegetarian steakhouse

     
    Hey gang, Liz and Justine here again for another week of Top Chef recapping. We're getting down to the wire. Only seven cheftestants remain after last week's much-anticipated Restaurant Wars episode. Everyone seems pretty nervous in the previews for this....