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Monday, February 1,2010

'Lost' fans find home in Hawaii

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
OAHU, Hawaii — They came from the land of sheep and the place where the tango was born. They left behind fjords and the Eiffel Tower. They crossed oceans and continents, drawn together this weekend for a single purpose — to get "Lost."
Friday, January 29,2010

'Lost' cast and crew look back as the final season begins

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Whatever you think of President Obama, you'll have to agree he made at least one brainy move this year: He bumped himself for "Lost." When the White House discovered that his State of the Union speech was slated to run against the season premiere of the ABC series, it was moved up a few days to avoid angering fervent fans.
Thursday, January 28,2010

'Lost' is closer to answers

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Brace yourself for the onslaught of talk about: "Lost" Just one season left, and there are still so many questions! What's Ben's endgame? Who's walking and talking like Locke if Locke's really dead? Did Juliet reset time when she detonated that bomb? (Tuesday)
Wednesday, January 27,2010

Neil Patrick Harris suits up

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
On the CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother," Neil Patrick Harris plays perhaps the most style-obsessed male sitcom character since Alex P. Keaton. Hardly ever seen sans suit since the show debuted in 2005, Barney Stinson uses his wardrobe as a weapon for womanizing. It's a suit of armor and a security blanket rolled into one.
Thursday, January 21,2010

On Friday, O'Brien to say farewell to NBC

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
CHICAGO — Sometime early Friday evening in Los Angeles, Conan O'Brien will say goodbye to his viewers as he concludes taping his final edition of "The Tonight Show" just 236 nights after his first.
Thursday, January 21,2010

'Spartacus: Blood and Sand' full of blood

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
LOS ANGELES — In titling its new series "Spartacus: Blood and Sand," the Starz Network cannot be accused of false advertising. There is blood, and lots of it — buckets of it, waves of it, seas of digitally enhanced candy-apple-red comic-book gore, spilling, spurting, hurtling across and toward the screen as bodies are stabbed, slashed, sledgehammered and variously dismembered.
Wednesday, January 20,2010

'The Deep End,' premiering Thursday on ABC

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Promotions for ABC's new legal drama "The Deep End" emphasize that the series is from the same network that brought you "Grey's Anatomy." But the two shows have more in common than a network.
Wednesday, January 20,2010

Judge Kara DioGuardi may get tougher on 'Idol' hopefuls

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
CHICAGO — There were times last year when Kara DioGuardi felt as if she had — to borrow a phrase — her pants on the ground.
Friday, January 15,2010

NBC kills Leno show but stays silent about Conan

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
CHICAGO — NBC has unveiled its post-Winter Olympics lineup, officially canceling "The Jay Leno Show," but the network offered no comment on reports that Conan O'Brien will leave the network as Leno reassumes his role as host of "The Tonight Show."
Friday, January 15,2010

Simon Cowell will be a tough 'Idol' to follow

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
HOLLYWOOD — In the course of a long goodbye, emotions simultaneously sharpen and blur. We toast the soon-departed, gobble cake at the office party, talk about the good times until those memories grow color-saturated and bright. The other kind, we put aside. The irritations and worse that may have led to this parting become fuzzy, temporarily forgotten. Everyone wants to feel good while we're singing that we had the time of our lives.
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