<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Television]]> <![CDATA[The forgotten 'Survivor': Vecepia would like another shot at reality show]]> When the current season of "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains" launched, its cast featured nine contestants making their third appearance on the popular reality show. But nowhere to be found was Vecepia Robinson. In fact, Robinson, who earned a niche in reality TV history as the show's first black winner in 2002, never has returned to "Survivor" since capturing the $1 million prize in the Season 4 Marquesas edition. When producers initially sent out their wide casting net for "Heroes vs. Villains," the Hayward resident didn't get an invite. Not even a casual inquiry.]]> <![CDATA[Ray Romano hopes everybody loves his new TNT series]]> BURBANK, Calif. — Everybody may love Raymond except for Ray Romano himself. The star of the long-running hit sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" has managed to stay the same guy he was when he was repairing futon mattresses for his best friend and living in Queens.]]> <![CDATA['Merry Madagascar,' airing Tuesday on NBC]]> <![CDATA['Monk' role has been a dream job for Traylor Howard]]> HOLLYWOOD — You'd never know by watching the cast and crew of USA's whodunit, Monk, that its days are sadly numbered. After eight seasons the obsessive-compulsive detective, his ministering assistant and pals at the precinct are heading off into the sunset after Dec. 4.]]> <![CDATA[20 questions for … Alison Brie and Donald Glover of NBC's 'Community']]> Donald Glover plays football jock Troy and Alison Brie plays goody two-shoes Annie on NBC's new comedy, Community, which airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC. Brie, who also plays Trudy on Mad Men, and Glover, who wrote for 30 Rock before joining the Community cast, indulge in a friendly, teasing, tete a tete of sorts, as they consider 20 Questions.]]> <![CDATA[As Hispanic population explodes, so does Spanish-language TV]]> Their advertising sales may be down nearly $100 million, but Spanish-language broadcasters say that ringing sound you hear from their industry isn't an alarm bell. It's a wake-up call — and a lot of companies have already answered. "This time next year, if you're not in Hispanic media, you're going to want badly to get in," said Don Browne, president of Telemundo. "And those who are already in it are going to feel pretty damn good about it."]]> <![CDATA['Steven Seagal Lawman,' premiering Wednesday on A&E]]> <![CDATA[HBO's 'Ricky Gervais Show' reunites Gervais with Stephen Merchant]]> <![CDATA[Neil Patrick Harris suits up]]> <![CDATA[Picking out fall TV's winners and losers]]> We're seven weeks into the television season and at the beginning of November sweeps. So it's as good a time as any to see how things are shaking out thus far. Here's a rundown of significant broadcast TV developments, including the fall's winners and losers:]]> <![CDATA[Casting for Discovery Channel's 'Colony' comes to Denver]]> <![CDATA[Gorgeous 11-part series captures the beauty and pathology of nature]]> "Life," like its predecessor "Planet Earth," is the reason flat screens, Blu-ray and high-definition TV were invented. No doubt the 11-part series, with its astonishingly intimate footage of A-Z species engaged in every sort of behavior, will play well on any screen. But its color, scope, detail and gorgeousness cry out for a home theater situation, one of those screens so big you can watch it from the street.]]> <![CDATA[Delving into 'Dexter': Voice-overs provide a glimpse into the Showtime serial killer's mind]]> Not all voice-overs are created equal. Kristin Bell helps set the snarky tone of the CW's "Gossip Girl," and Brenda Strong adds gravitas to ABC's "Desperate Housewives." But neither is asked to do what Michael C. Hall, star of Showtime's "Dexter," does every episode: invite viewers to listen in on the thoughts of television's most sympathetic serial killer.]]> <![CDATA[Time runs out for Fox's '24' , but a film version beckons]]> Jack Bauer has cheated death a few dozen times, but he couldn't avoid cancellation. After putting the tireless Counter Terrorist Unit agent to work for eight extra-long days, Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly has ordered that Jack stand down at season's end. Although everyone on set reacted to the news emotionally, no one is perhaps sadder than the man who brought Jack Bauer to life.]]> <![CDATA[Jets expected to be part of HBO reality series]]> <![CDATA[Waitress does Kentucky proud on 'Top Model']]> <![CDATA[Fox News yanks Sean Hannity from Cincinnati Tea Party rally he was set to star in]]> <![CDATA[Shots of adrenaline: '24,' 'Human Target']]> <![CDATA[New episodes of 'Southland,' premiering Tuesday on TNT]]> <![CDATA[Kirstie Alley takes her weight-loss battle to reality TV]]> The fluctuating weight of Kirstie Alley has kept the once-svelte "Cheers" star on the cover of tabloids for years, a predicament she made fun of in fantastic, over-the-top fashion on the 2005 Showtime comedy "Fat Actress." Now those body issues have led her where so many celebrities go in the hopes of remaking themselves for the public: reality TV. It's there that Alley said she discovered what her everyday life looked like from the outside. "When I see the footage, I'm shocked. I see myself playing with my lemurs, and then I see footage of the stuff around my house ... it does look a little Alice in Wonderland-ish. Apparently, I am very eccentric. I had no idea."]]>