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  • Review: 'Sirens' is coarse and clichéd, but has potential

    Review: 'Sirens' is coarse and clichéd, but has potential
    Strive as one might for objectivity, certain shows come equipped with viewer expectations. So when Denis Leary announced that USA would be debuting his comedic accompaniment to "Rescue Me," a natural reaction, at least among Leary fans, would have been "Yay."
  • The grim reality underlying 'reality' TV shows

    The grim reality underlying 'reality' TV shows
    The Writers Guild of America-East, which has been trying to unionize writers of "reality" shows for years now, is just out with a new report on the mistreatment of these wage slaves in the ever-burgeoning and fabulously profitable entertainment segment....

    Review: 'Burn Notice' served notice and, in the end, still roars

    Review: 'Burn Notice' served notice and, in the end, still roars
    While television pundits work themselves into an honors-English lather deconstructing the minutiae of "Breaking Bad's" final episodes, let us pause for a moment, crack a window and possibly a beer, and consider Thursday's final episode of USA's "Burn...

    Q&A: Henry Winkler wants another season of 'Arrested Development'

    Q&A: Henry Winkler wants another season of 'Arrested Development'
    Henry Winkler has managed to stay in the comedy zeitgeist for more than 40 years, from his star-shot to fame on "Happy Days" in 1974 to the fourth season of "Arrested Development" on Netflix. These days Winkler continues to make recurring appearances on...

    Casey Kasem lists Top 40 reasons for selling Westside estate

    Casey Kasem lists Top 40 reasons for selling Westside estate
    Casey Kasem, who gained a national radio audience after "American Top 40" launched in 1970, and his wife, Jean, are listing their Westside estate for sale at $42 million. With 12,000 square feet of living space, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, the...