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  • Television Q&A: Old 'New People' aired in 1969

    You have questions, I have some answers. Q: I have memories of a show called "The New People," which aired about 1970. It seems to me that each program was only 45 minutes long. Am I correct? What information can you give me? A: We tend to think of...
  • Celebrity birthdays for the week of June 14-20

    June 14: Actress Marla Gibbs is 84. Singer Rod Argent of The Zombies and Argent is 70. Singer Janet Lennon of The Lennon Sisters is 69. Businessman-TV personality Donald Trump is 69. Guitarist Barry Melton of Country Joe and the Fish is 68. Drummer Alan...
  • Tony Awards' red carpet style has turned chic after all these years

    Apparently, the era of Tony Awards attendees in frumpy evening pantsuits, head-scratching headgear and diva dresses is over. The annual awards show to celebrate American theater has gone fashion with a capital "F." It's no longer a rite of Broadway...
  • Epcot's Machine cranks out hits

    Epcot's Machine cranks out hits
    I'm watching American Music Machine group perform at Epcot, but I'm playing "Name That Tune" at the same time. The new a cappella group moves rapidly through excerpts of more than 30 songs in 20 minutes. The playlist spans a few decades of hits,...
  • 'Me and Earl' director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon on taking cues from Scorsese

    'Me and Earl' director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon on taking cues from Scorsese
    Many a filmmaker shows up at the Sundance Film Festival dreaming of becoming the next Martin Scorsese. But only Alfonso Gomez-Rejon can claim to have crashed on the legendary director's sofa, retyped his script pages and learned at his side....
  • 'Pitch Perfect 2' is rather flat, despite singing football players

    'Pitch Perfect 2' is rather flat, despite singing football players
    This new movie featuring the Green Bay Packers is a heaping mess, one of the worst a cappella movies I've ever seen. It's also the only a cappella movie I've ever seen. Yep, "Pitch Perfect 2" features a small chorus of Packers singing a cappella. I hate...
  • From 'Full House' to 'Fuller House': What has the cast been up to?

    From 'Full House' to 'Fuller House': What has the cast been up to?
    Children of the 1990s are rejoicing at the confirmation that Netflix is resurrecting the sitcom "Full House" for a new updating to be titled "Fuller House." The new 13-episode series, will debut in 2016 and catch audiences up with the lives of members...
  • Comedy no longer central to TV networks' prime-time programming

    Comedy no longer central to TV networks' prime-time programming
    Comedy may still be a desired staple of prime-time TV, but broadcasters haven't found much to laugh about for the upcoming season. The TV networks unleashed their 2015-16 evening lineups in New York this week, leaving industry insiders buzzing about the...
  • Jane Lynch is cheery over musical comedy tour 'See Jane Sing'

     Jane Lynch is cheery over musical comedy tour 'See Jane Sing'
    Jane Lynch is not one to overly plan out her life. When she began theater and comedy in Chicago in 1986, never did she imagine she'd be on television and movie screens years later. But her go-with-the-flow attitude has served her well, judging by her...
  • 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...
  • Fox bets on (just slightly) over-50 stars John Stamos and Rob Lowe

    Fox bets on (just slightly) over-50 stars John Stamos and Rob Lowe
    For years, Fox has taken pride in attracting the youngest median audience of the four major broadcast networks, with a lineup full of youthful comedies like "New Girl," "Family Guy," "Bob's Burgers" and "Glee."  But at its upfront presentation Monday at...