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  • TV Picks: 'Good Wife,' 'The Middle,' 'Black-ish,' 'Marple' and more

    TV Picks: 'Good Wife,' 'The Middle,' 'Black-ish,' 'Marple' and more
    "The Good Wife" (CBS, Sundays), "Nashville" (ABC, Wednesdays), "Madam Secretary" (CBS, Sundays). The most satisfying and the most vexing network dramas, as seen from my little critic's corner of the world, return. And a new show whose degree of...
  • Fall TV shows bring about a family reunion in the living room

    Fall TV shows bring about a family reunion in the living room
    Families of the world, unite. It's safe to return to the television, together. For years, television has been criticized by many for being too violent, too sex-obsessed, too adult. The official "family viewing hour" disappeared in 1977, and by the...
  • 'Modern Family': Still the 1

    UPDATED: With two Winter Park brothers as contestants, "Survivor" attracted a big Central Florida audience for its season premiere Wednesday. But the night's most-watched show nationally and locally was ABC's "Modern Family," which began its sixth...
  • ABC's 'Black-ish' Strong-ish in Premiere; CBS Reality Vets Win Night in Demos

    ABC's 'Black-ish' Strong-ish in Premiere; CBS Reality Vets Win Night in Demos
    ABC, which has been looking for a suitable comedy companion to "Modern Family" for years, just may have found one in "Blackish." It's only one week, but the provocatively titled half-hour sitcom about an African-American family was impressive out of...
  • TV Ad Prices: Football, 'Walking Dead,' 'Big Bang Theory,' 'Blacklist' Top the List

    The flesh-eating creatures from AMC's gory "The Walking Dead" have started to eat into football's pricing power, according to Variety's annual analysis of primetime TV advertising costs. Advertisers are willing to pay more for a package of spots across...
  • Madison Avenue Agrees To Higher Prices For 'Blacklist,' 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Scandal' - And More

    Advertisers are known for trying to get the most exposure for their commercials for the least amount of money. Sometimes, even a hard-line negotiator must make concessions. Madison Avenue is willing to pay higher prices for a range of returning TV...
  • 'Criminal Minds' arrests most viewers

    UPDATED: "Modern Family" was the favorite of young adults nationally Wednesday night. But "Criminal Minds," which started its 10th season, attracted the most viewers in all nationally and locally. "Criminal Minds" drew 11.7 million viewers as Jennifer...
  • TV ratings: CBS wins the night with 'Criminal Minds,' 'Stalker'

    TV ratings: CBS wins the night with 'Criminal Minds,' 'Stalker'
    CBS led Wednesday night's TV rankings with the return of "Criminal Minds" and the premiere of the psychological drama "Stalker." "Criminal Minds" was the most watched program of the night with roughly 11.5 million viewers, according to Nielsen. The show...
  • And we present the Envy Awards. Don't knock 'em.

    And we present the Envy Awards. Don't knock 'em.
    With about 36 Emmy Award categories up for grabs each year, it's clear that the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences tries to be comprehensive in recognizing TV talent. But its net has some holes in it: Each year, individuals and shows deserving of...
  • Deranged Dames Add Spice to Emmy Guest Race

    Crazy may be the new normal, at least when it comes to TV character roles. This past television season, we've watched as Gaby Hoffmann's Caroline seductively dances around "Girls" boy Ray only to bite his upper arm when he isn't paying enough attention...
  • Comedy should have the last laugh in television

    The subject is comedy. If it is not exactly true that it "can't get no respect," to quote the comic, it does get less than it deserves. It has become commonplace to say that we are living in a New Golden Age of Television, or a Platinum Age of...