After the coffee. Before trying to persuade Netflix to make another season of "Men of a Certain Age."
The Skinny: So far I've gotten through seven episodes of "Arrested Development." Unlike others who powered through all 15 like a kid with a pizza in front of them, I'm in no rush and at least like to pretend that I have a life. Plus, I need to have something to do next weekend. Tuesday's stories include a recap of the holiday weekend box office, a detailed look at the Hub, a kids' channel owned by Discovery and Hasbro, and the exit of Mike Darnell from Fox. If you are interested in receiving an email alert when the Morning Fix is live, please send me a note.
Daily Dose: In advance of the split of
Racing in the street. With a take of $120 million,
Tougher than it looks. On paper it seemed like a slam dunk. Combine a cable programming giant with a toy manufacturer and launch a kids' channel. But the Hub -- co-owned by
Exit stage left. Mike Darnell, the reality guru at Fox Broadcasting who has spent the last decade as the point person on
Did anyone check under the desk?
Blue is the new black. The French film "Blue Is The Warmest Color" won the Palme d'Or, which is the highest honor at the Cannes Film Festival. Also doing well at the festival was "Inside Llewyn Davis" from the
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