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Monday, March 15,2010

Sheen's woes may shorten 'Two and a Half Men' season

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Charlie Sheen's legal and personal problems may end up shortening the season for "Two and a Half Men." Sheen, who pleaded not guilty in a Colorado court Monday on charges connected to a domestic violence incident involving his wife, is due back at work Tuesday on the set of the No. 1-ranked sitcom. But he'll be able to complete only four more episodes this season, which will leave the show two episodes short of the 24 that CBS ordered, according to a source familiar with the situation.
Wednesday, March 10,2010

Spielberg, Hanks deliver worthy follow-up to 'Band of Brothers'

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
With each passing day, more World War II veterans are dying, taking with them valuable shards of history. Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks keep doing what they can to ensure that their valiant efforts burn brightly in our memories.
Monday, March 8,2010

ABC's Oscar audience grows by 14 percent; biggest number in five years

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Maybe it was the expanded best-picture category or, who knows, maybe it was that Neil Patrick Harris opening number. Whatever it was, Oscar ratings were up big time.
Wednesday, March 3,2010

Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show' and 'The Colbert Report' leaving Hulu

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Hulu's losing two of its biggest attractions. In a bid to better capitalize on the popularity of its shows, Comedy Central has decided to no longer provide episodes of "The Daily Show," and "The Colbert Report" to the video Web site and keep them on the sites they own.
Tuesday, March 2,2010

'Nip/Tuck's' series finale signals the end of an era

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
LOS ANGELES — "Tell me what you don't like about yourself." When "Nip/Tuck" opened with that line in the summer of 2003, the television universe had no idea what it was in for. Alternatively emotional, outlandish, sexual, graphic, tongue-in-cheek and gothic, the story of two handsome Miami plastic surgeons (Dylan Walsh and Julian McMahon) "sucking the champagne and caviar out of life" was a breakout hit, and not just in terms of its own fledgling network, FX.
Tuesday, March 2,2010

'American Idol' has lost its heart

By Verne Gay
Three weeks into a new season, I have made my judgment: "American Idol" without Paula Abdul is sadder, weaker, less interesting and absolutely, positively less fun.
Monday, March 1,2010

New episodes of 'Southland,' premiering Tuesday on TNT

By Verne Gay
REASON TO WATCH: Brand new episodes of a fine cop show, and — special bonus — Amaury Nolasco (Sucre of "Prison Break") joins the cast.
Monday, March 1,2010

Joe Mazzello mans up for HBO war series 'The Pacific'

By Luaine Lee
PASADENA, Calif. — At 26, actor Joe Mazzello is already a 20-year veteran. But he's not like most child actors who grow up on crafts services, private tutors and limos at their service. "I think all of it has to do with parenting and keeping your kid grounded, keeping them in the real world and don't let them get caught up in it," the slender Mazzello says, seated on the sunny balcony of a hotel here.
Monday, February 22,2010

Quirky 'Modern Family' has the right formula

By Rick Bentley
LOS ANGELES — ABC took a major gamble in September when it opted to launch four new half-hour comedies as a two-hour package on Wednesday nights.
Tuesday, February 16,2010

Casting for Discovery Channel's 'Colony' comes to Denver

By Ryan Casey
Casting for the Discovery Channel’s The Colony will come to Denver this Saturday. An open audition will run from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Denver Pavilions on the 16th Street Mall.