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The TV ZoneMoves to fall... Here it is, gang..."So You Think You Can Dance?" Big winner here... Other headlines? Not many. This looks like a pretty stable schedule, as evidenced by fact that three new hours are back. "Dollhouse" seemed doomed......
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Meet the new "Boss," almost the same as the old "Boss." This works without qualification as a line in a Who song about teenage rebellion. Applied to the TV series about the autocratic Chicago ruler played by Kelsey Grammer, it is both good and bad. It's...
Now is when Chicago’s celebrity scene gets interesting. Some of the biggest names in entertainment and sports will soon visit our city on vacation (NBA stars especially like to do this) or because they live here part-time (you can count on plenty...
Sean Combs, a.k.a. Diddy, P. Diddy, Puff Daddy and Puffy, has conquered the worlds of rap music, record producing and clothing design. More recently he's staked a claim on the world of acting. Case in point: He appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award-...
Channel Guide MagazineIt’s a good deal more frantic and there are more people milling about than when I last visited the set of Starz‘s Boss. Mario Van Peebles is in the director’s chair, and neither Kelsey Grammer nor Troy Garity are anywhere to be seen. The...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelAMC's riveting "Breaking Bad" continues at 10 p.m. Sunday. It is headed toward a Sept. 2 season finale. The final eight episodes will air next summer. It's not going to end well for Walt White, but you know that, don't you?...
From Inside the BoxChicago Mayor Tom Kane (Kelsey Grammer) was left in a pretty bad place at the end of last season on "Boss," and things don't look too sunny for the coming year either...
24 FramesThe box office hit, "The Help," which looks at the lives of maids and their employees in the early 1960s in the South, won best film Friday evening at the 43rd annual NAACP Image Awards....
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelWhen it comes, it will probably go down just like this. A virus mutates and makes the leap from animal to human in the crowded, under-monitored Chinese food chain. Humans catch it in Hong Kong and fly home — through Paris, Chicago or Frankfort. They...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelOrlando Magic superstar Dwight HowardÂ is lending his voice to an episode of the animated “Cleveland Show.” Joining him will be an all-star team of NBA talent: Kevin Garnett, LeBron James, Steve Nash, Dirk Nowitzki, Shaquille OâNeal and...
Culture MonsterFrom New York — Playwright Lynn Nottage is best known now for her harrowing Pulitzer Prize-winning drama “Ruined,” a play about a group of Congolese brothel workers surviving the aftermath of horrific wartime violence. But her subject...
The WatcherUPDATE: Entries with additional information regarding panelists, time or room have ** next to the name of the show. Below you'll find the latest list of shows that will present panels at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Details have begun to emerge...
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