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Seinfeld’s back on TV — sort of — for ‘Marriage Ref’

NEW YORK — A few things seem reasonably certain about NBC’s new series, “Marriage Ref”: It

Financial scandal gives ‘Damages’ a dramatic payoff

NEW YORK — Thank Bernie Madoff. After two seasons plumbing other areas of sin and corporate

Heaton’s right at home on ‘The Middle’

NEW YORK — Patricia Heaton is a wife and mom again. Of course, much is changed on “The Middle,”

Comedy takes inside look at boy band

NEW YORK — Four hockey-loving teenage pals from the nation’s frigid heartland get a crack at music

With Leno out, drama returns to prime time

NEW YORK — Drama is already back on NBC at 10 p.m. That was one of many wisecracks launched by Jay

Blagojevich to vie on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’

NEW YORK — Donald Trump boasted that the upcoming season of “The Celebrity Apprentice” is the best

Will ‘Housewives of D.C.’ uninvite party-crashers?

NEW YORK — Aspiring reality-TV star Michaele Salahi and her polo-playing husband, Tareq, made a

‘Fringe’ star John Noble celebrates weird science

NEW YORK — Dr. Walter Bishop follows in a long line of mad scientists. An unbalanced genius such as

With ‘Anarchy’ role, Katey Sagal starts over

NEW YORK — Season two of the FX drama “Sons of Anarchy” is primed to end with bloody payback. It’s

Ian McKellen rules in remake of ‘The Prisoner’

“Capitalism offers you freedom, but far from giving people freedom, it enslaves them. That’s part of

‘Sesame Street’ turning 40

NEW YORK — Big Bird is leaving Sesame Street! That’s what he decides on the “Sesame Street” season

Film tells of Leo Frank and century-old crimes

NEW YORK — It’s a century-old miscarriage of justice that still haunts anyone who knows of it, and

Remembering Soupy Sales with a pie in the face

NEW YORK — If you never thought a pie in the face was funny, you just didn’t get Soupy Sales. If

‘Balloon boy’ reminds us TV is full of shams

NEW YORK — When 6-year-old Falcon Heene threw up twice while being interviewed about his role in

IFC presents 6 hours of Monty Python lunacy

NEW YORK — Those who don’t know Monty Python and don’t care have been blessed with six hours they

Letterman threw stones from his own glass house

NEW YORK — Turns out David Letterman doesn’t just live on a TV show. He also lives in a glass house,

‘Seinfeld’ gang gathers on ‘Curb Your Enthusiam’

NEW YORK — You know you want it. You may never have said it out loud, that you wanted a “Seinfeld”

Duchovny returns with Season 3 of ‘Californication’

NEW YORK — Hank Moody, the hero of Showtime’s comedy “Californication,” is a roguish struggling

‘Family Guy’ sidekick debuts his own show

NEW YORK — On the premiere of his new Fox show, Cleveland Brown gets a fitting send-off from the

It’s lights out for CBS’ ‘Guiding Light’

NEW YORK — Friday marked the final flicker of CBS’ “Guiding Light,” as that venerable daytime drama

TV film delves into the life of artist Georgia O’Keeffe

NEW YORK — Georgia O’Keeffe stirs recognition in certain predictable ways: her no-nonsense face

A look backward for fall network television lineup

Jay Leno and 'The Good Wife' grab early attention. What can you say about a fall TV season

Modern living in the 1960s: ‘Mad Men’ themes are topical

NEW YORK — In its first two seasons, “Mad Men” rang true, and familiar, from across a half-century

Seeger marks 90 in big concert bash

NEW YORK — Pete Seeger has never paid attention to demographics or audience segments. His message

Flashy radio personality starts talk show on TV

NEW YORK — If you want to get to know Wendy Williams, talk show glamazon, you don’t exactly have to

TLC’s Jon, Kate say they’re divorcing

NEW YORK — Celebrity parents Jon and Kate Gosselin say they plan to divorce. The co-stars of “Jon

Parents of sextuplets focus on staying down to earth

NEW YORK — Jenny and Bryan Masche bring something welcome right now to TV’s genre of extreme

‘Jon & Kate’ brings drama to start of new season

NEW YORK — Has Kate Gosselin been cheating on her husband, Jon? Has Jon been cheating on Kate? And

Emerson finds stardom in ‘Lost’ role

NEW YORK — Michael Emerson, who plays the ever-devious Ben on ABC’s “Lost,” is glad to be back on

Shows trade on economy

NEW YORK — Wouldn’t it be cool if all the new TV series cultivated from the mortgage crisis added up

‘Rescue Me’ returns for more action

NEW YORK — “Rescue Me” has been playing with fire since the start. This FX drama has dared to

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NEW YORK — For 11 seasons, John Mahoney played the father of two shrinks. With his return to

Pulling of ‘ER’s plug brings little satisfaction

NEW YORK — The people of “ER” are overburdened, sleep-deprived, come-hell-or-high-water healers.

‘Late Late’ host keeps it funny

NEW YORK — As Craig Ferguson faces a new rival in late night, he will carry on as host of CBS’ “Late

Stars play themselves on improv comedy

NEW YORK — A therapist in practice on a comedy or drama can’t always claim progress for the client

‘Breaking Bad’: right show, right time

NEW YORK — Is “Breaking Bad” the most relevant series on the air right now? The show most relatable

Fallon wants to have fun as new host of ‘Late Night’

NEW YORK — After a bullish staff meeting (which ended with a cheer) and before a wardrobe fitting

Nick’s musical ‘Spectacular!’ is song & dance fun

NEW YORK — You mustn’t let anyone trample on your dreams. You can learn a lot from people who are

Martin delivers ‘important’ comedy

The show airs Wednesdays on Comedy Central. NEW YORK — No one would dispute the importance of

Actress makes ‘Fringe’ a hit

The show mixes weird science and action. NEW YORK — As if taking a cue from the Australian

Even old dogs can learn new tricks

NEW YORK — Zak George is a big dog in the world of dog trainers. And he could soon get even bigger,

‘Loving Leah’ is a funny Hallmark charmer

It’s an unusual way to start dating: after you’re married. “Loving Leah” is a tender, funny love

12 shows stood tall in down year for television

A couple of documentaries made the list. NEW YORK — You’re doggone right it was a lousy year

‘Earl’ co-star Pressly finds joy in being Joy

NEW YORK — Jaime Pressly takes nothing for granted except her own tenacity. She leaves nothing to

Few surprises on Walters’ ‘Fascinating People’ list

NEW YORK — There aren’t many surprises on this year’s list of “The 10 Most Fascinating People.”

‘The Shield’ finale: an agreeable wrap-up

Tuesday’s episode puts an end to a continuously excellent show. NEW YORK — No drama series

‘Wheel of Fortune,’ ‘Jeopardy’ now too big for TV

The popular shows are all over the digital world, too. NEW YORK — You take trivia answers that

Comedians look for the funny in Obama

NEW YORK — Where’s the funny in Barack Obama? That question, which dogged TV humorists throughout

It’s Chris Lilley times 3 in HBO comedy

‘Summer Heights High’ begins Sunday. NEW YORK — As you watch Chris Lilley playing all three

Grier finds niche with ‘Chocolate News’

The show is a spoof of a black news magazine show. NEW YORK — From a comedy standpoint, David



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