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Show TrackerYou are no longer loved, TV Theme Music, at least not by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which is threatening to decommission your category from its Emmy Awards. In its place, more or less, will be a new......
Times Television CriticA comedy about kids that was not made for kids but was not not made for kids, "Square Pegs" premiered on CBS in the fall of 1982; a quarter of a century later, it has come to DVD in its surprisingly modest, 19-episode entirety. But 9 1/2 hours is time...
The American obsession with striking out on our own, with poster children as varied as John Wayne and Mary Tyler Moore, appears to be at odds with our other current obsession: saving the planet. This is the gist of a study published Monday in the...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Divorce, Family, Population, Marriage
Times Staff WriterITS low-slung frame sprawled across plains and valleys of a more open landscape. The single-story footprint didn't boast, or point skyward like the self-assured colonial or Victorian. It offered a comfortable relationship with the climate and...
Tags: Europe, Burt Reynolds, Family, Bob Hope, Culture
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGeorge Putnam, the pioneer television news anchorman and conservative commentator whose distinctive stentorian voice was familiar to millions of Southern Californians during his heyday in the 1950s and '60s, died today. He was 94. Putnam, who had been...
Special to The TimesTHESE days, the actress formerly known as Rhoda sports personas vastly different from the straight-talking New Yorker she created for television's classic sitcom "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and its spinoff, "Rhoda." Three decades later, Valerie Harper...
Special to The TimesIT'S THE hottest day of the year -- 91 degrees -- and Phil Rosenthal is stacking almond wood kindling in the pizza oven of his Hancock Park home. In little more than an hour, a cook from Pizzeria Mozza will arrive, as he does most Sunday nights, and begin...
Tags: Pizzas, Johnny Carson, DVDs and Movies, Anchovies, Apple iPod
Larry McMurtry, whose novels-into-films include "Hud," "The Last Picture Show," "Leaving Cheyenne" (filmed by Sidney Lumet as "Lovin' Molly") and "Terms of Endearment," knows his way around Hollywood and is not much enchanted by what he sees. "With...
Times Theater CriticA new school of psychology is inaugurated in Matthew Lombardo's play "Looped," which had its world premiere Tuesday at the Pasadena Playhouse. It's called Tallulah Therapy, and it involves being stuck in a room with an aging Southern booze-and-pill-...
Consider this TV hospice. Or perhaps a premature eulogy. Whatever it is, until the other day I worried: Could I find the words to honor “Happy Endings”? Do I call it a “good show”? A “kind show”? Do I write a...
Valerie Harper, Mary Tyler Moore, Cloris Leachman join 'Hot in Cleveland' for 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' reunionFrom Inside the Box"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" stars Valerie Harper, Betty White, Cloris Leachman, Georgia Engel and Mary Tyler Moore are set to reunite for an episode of "Hot in Cleveland."...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelValerie Harper says she could die at any time or in several years, the Emmy-winning actress tells “Today.” “At first I saw, ‘Oh, my God, three months to live.' It's not the whole truth,” Harper, 73, said. “Yes, that may...
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