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  • 'Everybody Loves Raymond' inducted into Broadcasting Hall of Fame

    'Everybody Loves Raymond' inducted into Broadcasting Hall of Fame
    "Everybody Loves Raymond" ended in 2005, but the love persists. This spring, the Ray Romano sitcom will be inducted into the National Assn. of Broadcasters Broadcasting Hall of Fame at the NAB Show Television Luncheon on April 7. Series stars Ray...
  • 'Amazing Race' reveals 'all-star' competitors for 24th race

    'Amazing Race' reveals 'all-star' competitors for 24th race
    "The Amazing Race" is about to begin its 24th edition, and once again it's time for the "all-stars" to come back and race again. The producers have unveiled the lineup of returning "Race-rs" in advance of the show's Feb. 23 season premiere. The 11...
  • 'Lizzie Borden' is second hit in a row for Lifetime

    'Lizzie Borden' is second hit in a row for Lifetime
    Based on recent ratings success, Lifetime original movies are bucking the stereotype they once were. An impressive number of people tuned in watch Christina Ricci play Lizzie Borden in Lifetime's latest original, "Lizzie Borden Took an Ax." The film...
  • Eli Baker: Report From Filming NBC's 'Growing Up Fisher'

    Eli Baker: Report From Filming NBC's 'Growing Up Fisher'
    I just received a holiday note from Jessie Baker, the mother of Eli Baker, the now-12-year-old from Glastonbury whom I wrote about earlier in the year. The young Baker is starring in the new NBC series “Growing Up Fisher,” which is a mid-...
  • Holiday TV episodes 2013

     
    Many TV shows this year are carrying on in the long tradition of having special episodes dedicated to the holiday season. Here is a rundown of when to watch first-run and repeat holiday TV episodes of your favorite series this year. All times are Eastern;...
  • M-m-m-m-my lacuna

     
    The recent Lyric Opera production of "Oklahoma" caused me to realize/admit that, to my shame, I've never seen that musical -- not on the stage, not on the screen. Oh, I've heard most of the songs (all of them, actually,......
  • 7 Questions With Georgia Engel of TV Land’s “Hot in Cleveland”

     
    Georgia Engel may always be best remembered for her turn as Georgette Franklin on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, but the vivacious, sweet-natured actress has had a long and varied career. Yes, there's been television — a medium she has kept up with over...
  • Ray Romano returns as one of TNT's 'Men of a Certain Age'

    Ray Romano is used not only to being a man of a certain age but to playing one. After the long run of "Everybody Loves Raymond," the actor-comedian is seeing expectedly more modest returns from TNT's seriocomic "Men of a Certain Age." The series he...
  • Father's Day: Do the media bash fatherhood and manhood?

    Father's Day: Do the media bash fatherhood and manhood?
    Father's Day is almost upon us, and that means a rant from the Media Research Center on how dem ol' liberals are trashing us males in the family -- with wholehearted collusion, of course, from "the media." "Deadbeats, Duds and Doofusses: Dads in the...
  • 'Teen Wolf' director's brutally honest commentary

    'Teen Wolf' director's brutally honest commentary
    Say the last time you walked out during a movie was 20 years ago, and say that movie you could no longer put up with was an interminable comedy named "The Super." Joe Pesci plays a slumlord, ordered by a court to live in one of his own questionable...
  • 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...