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  • Second City vets making it behind scenes

    Second City vets making it behind scenes
    Second City has been smart enough over the years to let its impressive roster of alumni speak for itself. Old photos of recognizable faces may line the lobby, but you'll never see one of the theater's shows advertised under a banner touting, "From the...
  • CBS orders a new sitcom and gives the 'Criminal Minds' spinoff a title

     
    CBS, which announced radical changes to its primetime lineup for the next TV season, has added a new midseason sitcom to its roster. "Mad Love," created by Matt Tarses and Jamie Tarses ("Scrubs" and "Worst Week"), is about four friends......
  • Trivia

    Trivia
    Actor Michael Muhney was initially up for the role of JD, but was told he wasn't quirky enough for the role. Sacred Heart Hospital is named after the school which Christa Miller, (wife of writer Bill Lawrence) attended. The teasers for the 2001 season...
  • Song sung sitcom: music on scripted TV, pre-'Glee'

    Sunday, April 25, on TV Land, Fox's runaway hit "Glee" becomes the latest recipient of the Future Classic award at the cable channel's annual salute to the best of classic television, the TV Land Awards. "Glee" is an anomaly on the current television...
  • A guiding voice in L.A. traffic

    Paul Johnson, a longtime traffic reporter for KNBC-4 TV News in Burbank, died Tuesday night of a brain tumor, family members said. He was 75. Johnson, who reported on traffic conditions and the weather since August 1988, was popular among thousands of...
  • NBC renews 'Community,' 'Parks & Rec,' 'The Office;' Syfy keeps 'Being Human'

    NBC renews 'Community,' 'Parks & Rec,' 'The Office;' Syfy keeps 'Being Human'
    NBC renewed "The Office," "Parks and Recreation" and "Community" for the 2011-12 season on Thursday. It will be the third season for "Community," which stars Chicago native Danny Pudi, and a fourth for "Parks and Recreation." "The Office" will be back...
  • Word power

    Word power
    When the animated character Becky Botsford isn't dealing with fifth-grade homework or her family, she turns into WordGirl and fights villains while correcting their vocabulary in the TV show of the same name. The Scholastic Media production began its...
  • Judy Greer and company keep CBS' 'Mad Love' feeling fresh

    It's a time-proven format for romantic comedy: Balance the more or less conventional love story between one couple with a more volatile relationship between their best friends. Shakespeare used it brilliantly in "Much Ado About Nothing," where...
  • ABC gives 'Cougar Town' fans a Valentine

    ABC gives 'Cougar Town' fans a Valentine
    Wine lovers, "Cougar Town" will return Feb. 14. The Courteney Cox sitcom will premiere its will premiere its 15-episode Season 3 at 7:30 p.m. CT, the time slot held briefly by the now canceled "Work It." ABC made the announcement Tuesday. The news comes...
  • Tuesday's Highlights: 'Scrubs' returns for a new season

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 29 - Dec. 5 in PDF format This week's TV Movies MED SCHOOL BLUES: The hospital-themed sitcom 'Scrubs' is back for yet another season. Zach Braff and Donald Faison......
  • "Betty" Bopped

     
    A very ominous development for "Ugly Betty" late yesterday: ABC will yank the show in late March to make way for a Thursday night comedy block. "Betty" will be back, and in the same time period - ABC promises......