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Zombies, Zombies, Zombies! – The Walking Dead Season Two

Ashley Johnson

November 9, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

Fans were undoubtedly excited for the start of The Walking Dead’s second season. After a year of waiting, the show premiered on October 16. Not only was it an amazing show that did not fail its followers, but it got some of ...

Another Different Type of Fairy Tale Story

Michelle R Morra

November 9, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

The age of the cop show is over; stations are coming up with different ideas.  Last week was the premiere of the TV show Once Upon A Time, and this week, NBC premiered Grimm.  Looks like the age of the cop shows are over, a...

A Different Type of Fairy Tale

Michelle R Morra

November 2, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

There are some late arrivals in the Fall TV premiere season, and many of them are very different than ones that have premiered in the past.  In the past few years the most popular genre of TV shows have been detective or cop b...

X Factor: Taking the Network by Storm

Shannon Livewell

October 26, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

As human beings, we have become addicted to watching the lives of others change. For years, American Idol has held the top spot as the number one television show where Americans got their fix. They watched as these contestants...

The League Begins Its Third Season

Tyler D'amore

October 19, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

The League is a television series on FX about a Fantasy Football League. Season One’s first episode premiered on October 29, 2009, and the show is currently in its third season. The series revolves around a group of friends...

Andy Rooney Ends ‘60 Minutes’ Run of 33 Years

The Associated Press

October 5, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

NEW YORK (AP) — Andy Rooney insisted he’s not retiring. He’s a writer, and a writer never stops being a writer. Even so, he delivered his final weekly essay on "60 Minutes" Sunday night, his last in his 33 years with...

How I Met Your Mother Starts Season Off With a Bang

Miriam Correia

September 28, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

How I Met Your Mother did not disappoint in its season seven premiere.  In the special, one hour premiere of the critically-acclaimed show, Ted manages to do a flashback within a flashback.  The first flashback is to...

And the Winner Is…

Ashley Bogdanski

September 21, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

This season on Big Brother 13, there have been a lot of twists throughout the game from the start. Originally eight "newbies" (people who had never played Big Brother) came into the Big Brother house. These eight people were Cass...

So How’s the Emmy Awards Show Going?

The Associated Press

September 21, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

It's never a good sign when a show celebrating television feels like a rerun from the beginning. When host Jane Lynch of "Glee" began a pre-taped musical number celebrating TV with "surprise" guest spots from prominent actors, a viewe...

“Toddlers” Controversy: When is Enough, Enough?

Ana Abraham

September 21, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

CNN recently wrote an article on the controversial TLC show Toddlers and Tiaras. The show, which has been airing since 2009, has been a cause for heated debates over whether the line between innocent children playing dress up an...

This fall on TV

Miriam Correia

September 14, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

Fall brings the beginnings of so many things: school, new fashions, and of course, season and series premieres.  There are the old standbys starting again, but there are also a slew of great new shows to watch this fall. On 9021...

Charlie Sheen Smiles Through Comedy Central Roast

The Associated Press

September 14, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

CULVER CITY, Calif. (AP) — Charlie Sheen smiled through a Comedy Central roast as Mike Tyson, William Shatner, actress Kate Walsh and half a dozen comedians riffed on his high-profile year. Sheen was famously fired from his sitco...

New `Judge Judy’ Deal Keeps Show on Until 2015

The Associated Press

May 4, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

LOS ANGELES – Television's "Judge Judy" is keeping her hand firmly on the gavel through 2015. Judy Sheindlin signed a new multiyear deal to stay with the long-running syndicated program that last season ranked No. 1 in daytime,...

Nickelodeon Launches Anti-bullying Campaign

The Associated Press

March 30, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

NEW YORK – The popular children's television network Nickelodeon is the latest voice to raise awareness of digital bullying. Nick, the most-watched TV network among kids ages 2 to 14, will begin an on-air public serv...

Charlie Sheen is Winning in the Box Office

Isaak Kifle

March 23, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Television

Charlie Sheen is the biggest celebrity in the news right now. The actor has appeared in several interviews in the past few weeks, making increasingly disparaging and bizarre remarks about himself, the network executives who he...

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