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TV Drama News: Renewals & Cancellations…

02.15.2011
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This time of the year, the networks begin to evaluate their lineup and weed out the shows that don’t get very high ratings. It’s always up in the air, whether our favorites will continue to be around for us to enjoy. But there is some news about which shows are already renewed or likely to [...]

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Fringe: Interview with Exec Producers J.H. Wyman and Jeff Pinkner

02.14.2011
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Once again, the executive producers for FOX’s hit series Fringe sat down to answer some questions about this week’s new episode of the show. Exec Producers J.H. Wyman and Jeff Pinkner are very friendly to talk to and at times seem to even finish each other’s sentences. But they tackled many questions with good humor [...]

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Golden Reel Awards: Nominees Announced

01.21.2011
The Motion Picture Sound Editors' Golden Reel Awards

The Motion Picture Sound Editors’ Golden Reel Awards will be held Feb. 20. Here are the TV Drama nominees: Best Sound Editing: Short Form Music in Television Boardwalk Empire “Anastasia” CSI: Miami “L.A.” [cast bios] CSI: Crime Scene Investigation “Unshockable” [cast bios] Detroit 1-8-7 “Pilot” [cast bios] FlashPoint “The Other Lane” Fringe “The Box” [cast [...]

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What Premieres Tonight? – January 21

01.21.2011
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Tonight, there are eight season premieres or mid-season returns to check out. Five of them are brand new series. Be sure to check your local listings. January 21 Fringe (FOX) season premiere [cast bios] Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (Starz) series premiere Onion News Network (IFC) series premiere Portlandia (IFC) series premiere Kitchen Nightmares (FOX) [...]

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FOX Dramas Going Strong

01.12.2011
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With the networks hosting their press events this week, we are learning a lot about what has been working for them, and what hasn’t. They are also sharing a lot of data about their various series. These are data points for FOX dramas: Key 2010/11 Program Highlights BONES BONES ranks among the season’s Top 10 [...]

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TV Dramas Win Coveted People’s Choice Awards

01.06.2011
People's Choice Awards

Last night’s People’s Choice Awards kicked off the 2011 awards season and things looked very good for FOX network’s dramas. Leading the winners this year was House MD and its stars Lisa Edelstein and Hugh Laurie. In fact, the only House star that was nominated, but didn’t win was Robert Sean Leonard. Even though he’s [...]

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Celebrity Birthdays: December 31

12.31.2010
Celebrity Birthdays

Lance Reddick – Fringe – 41 Anthony Hopkins – The Wolf Man – 72 Ben Kingsley – Shutter Island – 66 Chandra West – White Noise – 39 Diane Von Furstenberg – fashion designer – 63 Donna Summer – singer – 61 Elaine Cassidy – Harper’s Island – 30 Gong Li – Shanghai – 44 [...]

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Huge List of Mid-Season Premiere Dates

12.17.2010
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Are you wondering when your favorite drama will be back with new episodes? Or what about that great sounding new series, when will it premiere? Well, here’s a huge list with premiere dates and returning dates for most of the series airing in the winter and spring this year. There are still a few series [...]

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FOX Announces Mid-Season Primetime Schedule

12.08.2010
Hugh Laurie

Fox has released its mid-season schedule for primetime. Some of the favorite shows have changed time slots, others are still in the same spot in the schedule. And there are even a few new series that will make their debuts in January. Here are the details: FOX 2010-2011 MIDSEASON SCHEDULE (All times ET/PT except as [...]

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Fall Ratings News: Hits & Casualties So Far

12.06.2010
NCIS

Over the first two months of the season (from September 28 to November 28) we saw a number of promising new shows join the primetime lineup. Some became overnight hits, others faltered and a few have already been canceled. It was typical of the Fall TV season. So far, we’ve lost Outlaw, Medium, Undercovers, Lone [...]

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