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  • NBC's 'Blacklist' move creates drama over Thursday lineup

    NBC's 'Blacklist' move creates drama over Thursday lineup
    The reconstruction of NBC's Thursday night lineup begins with the kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday. The Peacock has as much at stake in the telecast of the big game on Feb. 1 as do the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots. NBC is relocating its most...
  • Winter TV preview: 'Better Call Saul' leads pack

    Winter TV preview: 'Better Call Saul' leads pack
    A shifty lawyer, a whiskey-loving clergyman, a dashing knight, secret agents, hackers, lovers, cops and music moguls are among the new characters TV viewers will meet as the winter season launches scores of new and returning shows. As far as I'm...
  • Review: 'Backstrom'

    Review: 'Backstrom'
    "Backstrom," it turns out, is just 2015-ese for "House," with Rainn Wilson's Dwight Schrute elevated to the leading-man role the character always thought he deserved in "The Office." A mildly defective detective (sorry, Monk) with a bad attitude, Wilson's...
  • 'Backstrom' a welcome return for 'The Office's' Rainn Wilson

    'Backstrom' a welcome return for 'The Office's' Rainn Wilson
    "Backstrom," which premieres Thursday on Fox, is Rainn Wilson's way back to television, some 16 months after the end of "The Office." It is good to see him, and all in all, good to see him here. In some ways, Wilson hasn't fallen far from the tree where...
  • Top 3 pop releases: 'Backstrom' on Fox, 'Strange Magic' film and Larry Wilmore's TV show

    'BACKSTROM' PREMIERES THURSDAY ON FOX 1 Dwight from NBC's "The Office" was an arrogant and obnoxious paper salesman/beet farmer. Turn him into a drunk, put him into a raincoat and make him a detective and you get Everett Backstrom. Rainn Wilson...
  • Tig Notaro brings brash humor to Bethlehem

    Bilateral breast cancer and a double mastectomy would be a serious matter for most people. But Tig Notaro's cancer fight became the perfect fodder for her humor. "Before I had a double mastectomy I was pretty flat-chested," Notaro said during an...
  • Josh Groban Bringing His Orchestral Tour To Mohegan Sun

    Josh Groban Bringing  His Orchestral Tour To Mohegan Sun
    This summer, singer-songwriter Josh Groban carved out two weeks for an orchestral tour of East Coast amphitheaters. It's one of his favorite things to do. "I grew up in L.A., with the Hollywood Bowl and the L.A. Philharmonic," Groban says. "It's the...
  • 'Justified,' 'Americans' return in January

    'Justified,' 'Americans' return in January
    You'll be hearing a lot more about returning series, but the FX announcement certainly is worth celebrating. The channel is home to some of TV's best dramas. "Justified," the superb modern Western, begins its sixth and final season at 10 p.m. Jan. 20....
  • Comedian John Mulaney is the throwback kid

    Comedian John Mulaney is the throwback kid
    John Mulaney has the benevolent wide-set eyes, cresting hair and copacetic choirboy appearance of a superhero who has taken a spa day. He is trim to the point of receding, and as angular as Peter Parker. He walks with his hands plunged deep in his...
  • FEB 15 | Printers Row: B.J. Novak

    FEB 15 | Printers Row: B.J. Novak
    THIS WEEKEND! Writer, director and actor B.J. Novak makes a special stop in Chicago to discuss his bestselling book “One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories” with Jennifer Day, editor of Printers Row Journal. Best known for his work on...
  • Aaron Sorkin signs off from TV ... maybe

    Aaron Sorkin signs off from TV ... maybe
    It was just after 11:30 a.m. when Aaron Sorkin rose from the hulking leather club chair in his office to light a cigarette and announce his retirement from television. The man known for dexterous, incisive dialogue was taking a break from the throes...