Television

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50 years of Grammys

The biggest wins of the night included the rehabed Amy Winehouse and the innovator Kanye West. Unable to travel to Los Angeles after Visa drama and travel difficulties, Winehouse did a live performance from Lon...
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The 2007 World Series Film

I had a chance to preview MLB Production's official 2007 World Series Film narrated by superstar and devout Sox fan Matt Damon. I never, ever get enough of watching the Red Sox win. After living for years un...
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All of a sudden … Stargate

As a thriving, spoiled Generation Y member, spending a few days with my parents in Connecticut over the holidays meant leaving my Wii and my DVR behind in Boston. That left me one night to ... gasp ... watch li...
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(Some of) The Best of Crank Yankers

Comedy Central has released a compilation DVD of what they consider the best of the cult-hit Crank Yankers. The DVD contains over 50 crank calls including questions about poop and the word "Badonkadonk." It...
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Get to know Carlos Watson

When you think of "celebrity" journalists, a thorough background in covering political campaigns or working for Fortune 500 businesses does not fit the typical profile. But for Carlos Watson, not adhering to th...
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Letterman strikes back

David Letterman reached a deal on December 28 with the union for striking screenwriters. The agreement will let his show return to the air next week, bringing his writing staff back with him. The Writers Gui...
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Ellen’s dog drama bites back

Pinups for Pups is completely serious about the campaign they have created to raise awareness about responsible pet ownership. The plan? To patch up the tension created by the recent Ellen DeGeneres vs. Mutts a...
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Chappelle’s Show: The Series Collection

Comic genius Dave Chappelle trained his satirical eye on the vagaries of pop culture and race relations in his brilliant but short-lived Comedy Central series Chapppelle's Show The edgy funnyman brandished his ...
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Dirty Jobs complete season 1 now avalable

The only thing better than Dirty Jobs is eight hours and 20 minutes of Dirty Jobs on five DVD's. Discovery Channel has released the complete first season of Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe. Join Mike has he takes ...
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Stephen King talks horror on ABC’s Nightline Nov. 16

Stephen King talks to Nightline about his childhood, career and the secret to a successful horror film. The best-selling horror novelist doesn’t particularly like the new wave of graphic horror movies. Lots of body parts, but no heart, he says. He talked to on the eve of the New York premiere of Dimension Films' "Stephen King's The Mist," based on a short story first published in 1980.
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Here’s Johnny! Television’s number one

Johnny Carson, the "King of Late Night TV," ranked as number one TV icon in TV Land Presents: The 50 Greatest TV Icons, created by Entertainment Weekly and TV Land. The two-hour TV Land special, premiering N...
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Seinfeld is back (in syndication)

Making fun of Trekies and Star Wars aficionados seems like second nature to some. But now, television addicts can be put on the hot seat just the same. Seinfeld fans can spend their time watching the show on-l...
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South Park Christmas DVD coming 11/13

Comedy Central announced today a South Park compilation DVD featuring seven Christmas-themed episodes of the irreverent, mega-popular cartoon. "Sing along with the citizens of South Park with everyone's favo...
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Dancing ’til they drop

Dancing With the Stars has had its fair amount of drama this season. However, Monday may win the top spot for unexpected dramatic occurrences. Marie Osmond fainted on-camera while receiving her score after h...
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“Dirty Sexy Money” pays off

"Dirty Sexy Money" has the same irresistible allure as the Darling family around which it revolves. Hands down one of the most intriguing, snappy and entertaining new shows this fall, "Dirty Sexy Money" grabs t...
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“Shots” too big for its britches

"Big Shots" is a show written by men, for men and about men. Only problem is, the audience for the post-"Grey's Anatomy" timeslot that "Big Shots" occupies is predominantly women. And women probably aren't g...
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The 59th Primetime Emmy Awards

Although confusing and downright strange at some points, this year's Emmy Awards were not entirely disappointing. Thanks to the fact that Ryan Seacrest was not on screen as often as he may have liked to be, the...