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"Selection Sunday." It's got a nice ring, but don't get too cocky, basketball fans. Granted, you have one of the two best non-sporting sporting events (in which no scoring happens), but you will never touch the first day of the NFL Draft. But you...
Jonah Goldberg"We need to buy a movie studio." Amid the umpteen conferences, panels, meetings and informal conversations in the wake of the presidential election, this idea has been a near constant among conservatives who feel like the country is slipping through...
"We need to buy a movie studio." Amid the conferences, panels, meetings and informal conversations in the wake of the presidential election, this idea has been a near constant among conservatives who feel like the country is slipping through their...
Television comedy can probably be divided into two eras: B.L. and A.L. — Before Lear and After Lear. Norman Lear's seminal 1970s sitcoms —"All in the Family" and its offspring, from"Maude" to "The Jeffersons" — used the laissez-passer of...
Tribune Media ServicesWhere is Archie Bunker when you need him? The reactionary, bigoted curmudgeon of the hit sitcom "All in the Family" was one of the key cultural touchstones of the 1970s. A buffoon, to be sure, Archie was also a readily identifiable American type, the...
The WatcherBilly Gardell and Melissa McCarthy in "Mike & Molly." When Melissa McCarthy heard about "Mike & Molly," she wanted no part of it."Before I read it, just the thought of it upset me," said the 39-year-old actress and Plainfield native said in a recent...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelExuberant, energetic and loving, Bonnie Franklin presented a dynamic image as a TV mom. In her long-running sitcom, “One Day at a Time,” Franklin as Ann Romano helped push television to a greater realism about single mothers and family life....
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe Emmys used to bring attention to struggling series. Emmy victories helped “All in the Family,” “Cheers” and “Hill Street Blues” overcome weak ratings. These days, the Emmys may bolster the little-seen cable drama or...
The TV Guy - Orlando Sentinel‘Saturday Night Live' in the early years, from left: Gilda Radner, Laraine Newman, Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin. Courtesy Everett Collection THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: It's a grand night for TV nostalgia. The Tuesday highlights:...
The TV Guy - Orlando Sentinel“‘You make Machiavelli look like Mother Teresa.” The speaker was a paramour of J.R. Ewing, the time was 1996, and the backdrop was a shoddy TV movie called “Dallas: J.R. Returns.” Of course, J.R. never really left. He looms...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelWhen news came that Sherman Hemsley had died, I thought first of the “Jeffersons” theme song. It's a boisterous hymn to progress with the lines ”we're movin' on up … to a deluxe apartment in the sky … we finally got a piece...
Show TrackerThe mania for remaking classic (and sometimes not-so-classic) television shows continues to pick up speed. In recent years, series like “Hawaii Five-O,” “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Battlestar Galactica” have been...
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