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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 …

  • Thrills on tap for ‘V,’ which managed a season 2 pickup

    What do those mysterious visiting aliens have in store for humanity? Fortunately, we’ll be able to find out on “V” Tuesday night at 9 on ABC. At one point, this …

  • Despite a few real clunkers, year also had shining moments

    Television logged its share of ups and downs in 2010. Way up there: Betty White. Way down: The audience for “Parker Spitzer.”

  • Mourning TV character deaths of 2010

    It proved impossible to rank the beloved characters that died on TV this year, so we are respectfully listing them in alphabetical order. • Amy (Emma Bell) on “The Walking …

  • TV Notes: CBS newcomers to affect lineup

    Prime-time leader CBS is tweaking its schedule to bring midseason shows aboard. Joining the network lineup is spinoff series “Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior,” which will debut Feb. 16.

  • Holiday-themed must-sees are mostly perennial favorites

    Deck the halls and warm up the DVR: A veritable blizzard of holiday-themed fare is about to blow into your television sets. Once again the broadcast networks and cable channels …

  • ‘Conan’ to pack cozy space

    Remember when Conan O’Brien was merely the funniest redhead on the planet? Now, through some weird twists of fate you couldn’t make up, he’s also the creator and producer of …

  • 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 …

  • ‘The Clone Wars’ starts third season

    Dave Filoni, supervising director of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” promises lots of character development in its third season of the animated series, which begins tonight on the Cartoon Network. …

  • ‘Too Many Stars’ to help autism cause

    Once again, Comedy Central has gone too far and lined up too many stars. Stephen Colbert, Larry David, Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais and Sarah Silverman are just a few of …

  • Newcomers could make Emmy waves

    Will Sunday night’s Emmy bash be marked by an outpouring of “Glee”? Don’t bet against it. The freshman musical sensation has amassed a staggering 19 nominations, which means we could …



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