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  • Emmy Contenders: Mayim Bialik on 'Big Bang' finale: Don't jump to conclusions

    Emmy Contenders: Mayim Bialik on 'Big Bang' finale: Don't jump to conclusions
    Mayim Bialik stopped by The Times recently to talk about what she calls that "double-shocker" season finale of "The Big Bang Theory" in which her character, Amy, tells Jim Parsons' Sheldon that she needs a break.
  • The case for an Emmy for the joyful comedy 'Broad City'

    "Modern Family" has won the comedy series Emmy for each of its five seasons. It's a fine show, funny and expertly crafted, and because it often has something to say about the joys and absurdities of today's extended family, voters feel good about...

    Nielsen's top programs for June 1-7

    Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for June 1-7. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership. 1. NBA Finals, Game 2: Cleveland vs. Golden State, ABC, 19.17 million. 2. NBA Finals, Game 1: Cleveland vs. Golden State, ABC, 17.77...

    NBA Finals, 'America's Got Talent': Top of week

    NBA Finals, 'America's Got Talent': Top of week
    Orlando, you're loving the NBA Finals. Games 1 and 2 between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors were the most-watched telecasts for the week in Central Florida. Both games scored with 18-to-49 viewers, as did the NHL's Stanley Cup....

    'Big Bang Theory' science, math scholarships to be awarded at UCLA

    'Big Bang Theory' science, math scholarships to be awarded at UCLA
    On television, "The Big Bang Theory" celebrates and satirizes the achievements -- and obsessions -- of brilliant if eccentric science students and professors.  Now real-life brainiacs at UCLA will be getting a boost from the show. With $4 million...