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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Rolling Stones manager protests Rock Hall of Fame, skips own induction

    Rolling Stones manager protests Rock Hall of Fame, skips own induction
    This post has been updated. See note below for details. Andrew Loog Oldham, the Rolling Stones' early manager, producer and publicist who is being inducted this year into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has announced that he will skip the ceremony....
  • WWE Network off to strong start

    WWE Network off to strong start
    Vince McMahon is on the way to pinning down online video. WWE's new online network has signed up about 667,287 subscribers and is projected to hit 1 million by the end of the year, which the company said was the magic number for the service to be...
  • TV ratings: 'Resurrection' down vs. 'Walking Dead'; 'Good Wife' up

    TV ratings: 'Resurrection' down vs. 'Walking Dead'; 'Good Wife' up
    Most network series fell in the ratings Sunday night as the fourth-season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead" took a bite out of rivals' viewership. CBS' "The Good Wife," however, surged after last week's big plot twist.  "Resurrection," ABC's high-rated...
  • FX renews 'It's Always Sunny,' inks 3-year deal with stars

    FX renews 'It's Always Sunny,' inks 3-year deal with stars
    The sun will come out tomorrow and then some for Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton and Rob McElhenney. As part of a new three-year overall deal between FX Productions and the trio's RCG Productions, the threesome's offbeat comedy "It's Always Sunny in...
  • AMC branches into comedy, teams up with Chris Carter

    AMC branches into comedy, teams up with Chris Carter
    Having tackled drama, reality and talk shows, AMC announced Wednesday it was venturing into a new genre, comedy, greenlighting its first sitcom pilot and announcing development of projects with such established comedy names as Seth Rogen and John...
  • What made 'How I Met Your Mother' worth waiting for

      What made 'How I Met Your Mother' worth waiting for
    After nine years and 208 episodes, it's last call at MacLaren's Pub for Broda and his buds. On Monday, CBS' sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" will sign off with the second part of a two-episode finale that costar Josh Radnor — who plays lovelorn nerd...
  • Review: 'Friends With Better Lives' is another 'Friends' wannabe

    Review: 'Friends With Better Lives' is another 'Friends' wannabe
    Some good actors have come temporarily to roost on "Friends With Better Lives," a new CBS sitcom premiering Monday. It concerns a group of, yes, friends. Some — you may have also gleaned from the title — are less than satisfied with their lot....
  • Review: Dad's in charge in the funny, smart 'Surviving Jack'

    Review: Dad's in charge in the funny, smart 'Surviving Jack'
    There is something both touching and irritating about Justin Halpern's dogged determination to build a career out of his father's matter-of-fact insights and profane lyricism. Halpern, you will remember, was one of the first to prove that Twitter...
  • Comedy writer-actor Carl Reiner's life of laughter

     Comedy writer-actor Carl Reiner's life of laughter
    Carl Reiner wakes up each morning with the same thought — it's time to start writing. It's still the top priority for the Emmy Award-winning funny man who created the landmark CBS sitcom "The Dick Van Dyke Show," wrote and directed such comedy...
  • Review: AMC takes a stately approach with 'Turn'

    Review: AMC takes a stately approach with 'Turn'
    Slowly they return, the clean-shaven, square-jawed heroes of yore, displaced for so many years now by their darker, more intricately conflicted brethren — the detectives with one foot on either side of the law, the pill-popping acerbic doctors and...
  • Review: Is 'Game of Thrones' the best TV show ever?

    Review: Is 'Game of Thrones' the best TV show ever?
    Although the weakest currency of criticism, superlatives have become a hallmark of television's recent resurgence. Words like "greatest," "smartest" and "funniest" are tossed about with the desperate regularity of Chuck E. Cheese tokens at a...