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I Love Lucy (tv program)

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  • 'I Love Lucy Live on Stage' over-stuffed, but diverting

    'I Love Lucy Live on Stage' over-stuffed, but diverting
    There is a promising idea at the heart of "I Love Lucy Live on Stage," the heavy-on-the-nostalgia production at the Hippodrome. To provide a taste of how the beloved 1950s sitcom about the Ricardos and Mertzes was made, two episodes are re-created on...
  • A life of loving 'Lucy'

    A life of loving 'Lucy'
    Hello. My name is Tim. And I'm an "I Love Lucy"-holic. Think less of me, if you must. It won't bother me. I have no intention of ever being cured, even if it means lifelong membership in The Friends of the Friendless (a "Lucy" reference, of course)....
  • Homage to 'I Love Lucy' heading to the Hippodrome

    Homage to 'I Love Lucy' heading to the Hippodrome
    Sixty-three years ago this week — at 9 p.m. Oct. 15, 1951 — TV viewers got their first look at a situation comedy on CBS that, in short order, would become part of the country's cultural DNA. The focal point of the show was the redheaded...
  • Test your 'I Love Lucy' knowledge

    Test your 'I Love Lucy' knowledge
    1. In the episode "Lucy Has Her Eyes Examined?" (it will be re-created in the "I Love Lucy Live on Stage" production at the Hippodrome), Lucy gets a dance lesson from: a)Van Johnson b)William Parker c)The Crazy Dancin' Bear d)"King Cat" Walsh 2....
  • Networks' need for hit sitcoms is no laughing matter

    There's a backstage drama happening this fall on TV, and it's all about comedy. The major networks are in a sitcom slump, unable to generate the kind of magic found in shows like "Seinfeld," "Friends" and "The Big Bang Theory." ------------ For...
  • 'Middleman': The post-corporate in-person table-read reunion

    'Middleman': The post-corporate in-person table-read reunion
    Saturday in Los Angeles, "The Middleman" lived again. For the space of an hour and change, the late 2008 ABC Family television series about a pair of non-superhuman heroes protecting the world from a smorgasbord of aliens, monsters, mythological creatures...
  • 'Cosmos' recap: 'The Immortals' and the origins of life

    'Cosmos' recap: 'The Immortals' and the origins of life
    Everyone has had to grapple, eventually, with the stark realization that he or she will one day die. It's what makes our short human lives so precious -- and what drives so many to seek out ways to cheat death and live on. That's what lies at the heart of...
  • Vintage TV shows thrive on broadcast/cable networks

    Vintage TV shows thrive on broadcast/cable networks
    Television is amid a golden age thanks to such series as "Mad Men," "Breaking Bad," "Homeland," "True Detective," "Fargo" and "Orange Is the New Black." In fact, fans have such voracious appetites for their favorite first-run shows that binge-watching has...
  • Vintage TV fans can catch their favorites on several networks

    Vintage TV fans can catch their favorites on several networks
    Everything old is viewed again. Television may be in the midst of a golden era, but that hasn’t diminished the popularity of vintage TV series. Nick at Nite, which celebrates its 29th anniversary on July 1, and its spinoff TV Land are still...
  • 'Marx Brothers on Television' shows wide range

    'Marx Brothers on Television' shows wide range
    When the Marx Brothers made their final film comedy, "Love Happy" in 1949, they found a new outlet for their outrageously funny shenanigans on the new medium of television. Groucho scored a huge success bringing his popular radio game show "You Bet Your...
  • Emmys: Quirky Is the New Black

    In much the same way that dramas like AMC's "Breaking Bad" and HBO's "The Sopranos" made flawed antiheroes easy to root for, a new wave of comedy is putting the oddball front and center. Instead of Jerry Seinfeld playing the straight man to his quirky...