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TV picks: Shirley Temple month on Turner Classic Movies

Shirley Temple month on Turner Classic Movies (TCM, Mondays in July). Shirley Temple, that compact package of exuberant goodness, talent and dimpled indomitability, who brought light and love into the Great Depression, dominates Mondays this month on TCM, a human picnic for the American July.

Hollywood's top draw from 1935 to 1938, Temple was not the only singing and dancing child actor of her generation...

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The five stages of grief over Maria leaving 'Sesame Street'
Stephen Colbert interviews Eminem on small-town Michigan public access show

Stephen Colbert won't make his "Late Show" debut until after Labor Day, but clearly he hasn't been taking the summer off. 

The comedian's latest online experiment (following his same-sex marriage reaction and the removal of his "Colbeard") finds him taking over "Only in Monroe," a public access show from Monroe, Mich. (pop. 20,405).

In a 40-minute webisode posted Tuesday, Colbert interviewed the show's...

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Thursday's TV highlights: 'Food Fighters' and more

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Food Fighters It's amateur cooks versus professionals on an all-new season of the culinary competition hosted by Adam Richman. 8 p.m. NBC

Beauty and the Beast Cat and Vincent (Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan) go to couples...

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TV Land drops 'The Dukes of Hazzard' reruns

The General Lee has been recalled. 

TV Land has dropped reruns of "The Dukes of Hazzard" from its schedule, the network confirmed Wednesday.

"The Dukes of Hazzard" aired on CBS from 1979 to 1985. It starred John Schneider and Tom Wopat as Bo and Luke Duke, troublemaking brothers in fictional Hazzard County, Ga. Their 1969 Dodge Charger, named the General Lee, was painted with the Confederate battle...

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'American Odyssey' canceled after one season on NBC

"American Odyssey" turned out to be a very short epic. NBC has quietly axed the series after just one season.

The 13-episode thriller premiered in April and concerned a secret team of Army experts who discover that a U.S. corporation is helping fund terrorist activities in the Middle East. British actress Anna Friel led the cast.

But "American Odyssey" opened with unimpressive ratings — just 5.4 million...

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