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The critics have spoken: horror, geeks and HBO make for some good TV. The nominations for the third annual Critics' Choice Television Awards were announced Wednesday morning by the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. -- and FX's "American Horror...
NEW YORK -- CBS unveiled its complete fall schedule Wednesday, and the network's prime-time lineup for 2013-14 includes fewer repeats, a trend also seen at Fox and NBC. Known for its stable of high-performing multi-camera sitcoms, CBS is also slowly...
After the coffee. Before figuring out whether I need a fashion makeover. The Skinny: I'm bummed HBO canceled "Enlightened" after two seasons. I really was starting to get into the show but I also understand the decision given how small the audience was....
Mark Burnett, one of the most prolific reality-show producers on television, is going from scorched earth to burning bush. The former military paratrooper who made his name in Hollywood with back-biting, take-no-prisoners programs such as "Survivor,"...
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Another chair has emptied at "The View," with news Friday that Elisabeth Hasselbeck will not be returning to the ABC talk show next season. Hasselbeck, a former "Survivor" finalist known for her fiery conservative views and frequent clashes with...
"The Job," which premieres Friday on CBS, puts a reality-show spin on the hiring process — which is to say, it does explicitly what many reality shows do figuratively. Here, five "highly qualified candidates," a new batch each week, sell...
After the coffee. Before seeing who took my Grammy Award tickets. The Skinny: Hope my East Coast peeps find shelter from the snowstorm. Friday's headlines include a preview of the weekend box office, how NBC fell so fast and a look at the jockeying that...
Monica Martino had filmed tornadoes in the Midwest, ship collisions in the Antarctic and crab fishermen in Alaska's Bering Sea. But those experiences didn't prepare her for a terrifying nighttime boat ride in the Amazon jungle. In February, the 41-year-...
After the coffee. Before hopping a flight back to Los Angeles. The Skinny: I spent the weekend in New York City in an apartment with (gasp) no cable. So I won't know how absurd the season finale of "Homeland" was until later today when I get back home....
Hearst Corp. continued its push to become a force in unscripted programming. The media conglomerate struck an agreement to acquire a 50% stake in NorthSouth Productions, whose television credits include "Say Yes to the Dress." Terms of the deal were not...
Any number of television's competition shows seem to take special — perhaps sadistic — pleasure in dispatching their also-rans to reality's netherworlds. "The Apprentice" sends the defeated off with "You're fired!," the vanquished in...
"Survivor" host Jeff Probst has purchased the Gene Autry estate in Studio City for $5 million. Built in 1949 by the cowboy singer-actor, the forested 3.68-acre property had been donated by Autry's widow, Jacqueline Autry, to the Autry National Center...
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