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  • LeBlanc rises in Showtime’s ‘Episodes’

    “Episodes,” the new Showtime series, is about high hopes and crushed dreams. Moral and artistic compromises. Relationships pushed to the breaking point. In short, it’s about the television industry. And …

  • New year brings some new shows to network TV

    It’s a new year and that means the TV networks are changing their schedules. Moves are being made to make way for new shows, help veteran series get better ratings …

  • ‘American Idol’ broadcast to shift forward a night

    Fox’s bold shift of “American Idol” to the competitive turf of Thursday night adds another twist for television’s No. 1 show as new judges Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler come …

  • TV notes: Palin’s success helps ‘Dancing’ win audiences

    More than 26 million viewers saw Jennifer Grey win the mirror-ball trophy on “Dancing With the Stars,” ABC says. Tuesday’s two-hour finale averaged 24 million viewers, swelling to 26.4 million …

  • TV notes: ‘Simpsons’ set to return

    Raise a can of Duff beer! “The Simpsons” will be back next fall for its 23rd season. Fox says that will bring the animated series, which is the longest-running comedy …

  • TV notes: NBC will not renew drama ‘Undercovers’

    NBC is pulling the plug on its new fall drama “Undercovers.” The network said Thursday it won’t order any new episodes of the Wednesday night series about a couple in …

  • ‘Five-0’ popular on DVR

    The CBS remake of “Hawaii Five-0” is getting a bigger benefit from DVRs than any other show on prime-time television. Through the first three weeks of the TV season, the …

  • Fifth season of ‘Big Love’ will be its last

    “Big Love” is coming to an end. Michael Lombardo, president of HBO Programming, announced Thursday that the show’s fifth season, which debuts Jan. 16, will also be its final one.

  • ‘Mike & Molly’ leads the pack of fall 2010 newcomers

    MONDAY: What do critics really know? “Mike & Molly” (CBS, 9:30) – the faintly praised zaftig sitcom – is a breakout hit, with about 12 million viewers, and improving week …

  • TV notes: Season openers give CBS, NBC the edge

    Opening week of the television season was a split decision for the four biggest broadcast networks: CBS and NBC saw a viewership increase while ABC and Fox saw a decrease. …

  • Optimism returns to prime time in fall TV season*

    Let’s all marvel at the bumper crop of new shows about cops and courtrooms. Let’s welcome back favorite stars from the past like Tom Selleck, Jimmy Smits and Dana Delany.



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