CUTE N' COMFY Character's Closet: Joanna Locasta of NBC's Deception
Ilove shows about wealthy families for two reasons: theyre all about drama, and I get to live vicariously through characters and their closets full of designer labels. My latest obsession is NBCs Dece... Posted on 2/20/13 at 6:53 PM
THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN That Postage and Handling "Thing".
We have all seen the deluge of infomercials and gotta have tv commercials. but, have you really paid any attention to the tag lines for these commercials.
Inevitably after we have been mezmerised by... Posted on 1/28/13 at 3:04 PM
THE NEW FORTY Hebron's in the house!!!!
North Dakota girl Gwen Sebastian is representin' on The Voice. Gwen, from Hebron, North Dakota, delivered a powerful country song last night and ended up on Blake Shelton's team. She proudlymade very ... Posted on 2/7/12 at 8:05 AM
REGGIE TALES Conan
The much-anticipated and much-hyped start of Conan O'Brien's new late night talk show, "Conan," debuted last night on TBS. He said he named it "Conan" because it would make it tougher for TBS to fir... Posted on 11/9/10 at 11:13 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Getting a "Life"
I made a wonderful discovery a few days ago on Hulu: they put up both seasons of Life, a cop show that was on NBC. It's about a detective who is framed for murder, goes to jail for 12 years,... Posted on 2/26/10 at 6:07 PM
"Hannibal," which debuts tonight on NBC, is the first U.S. television series about the infamous cannibal created by Thomas Harris in his 1981 book "Red Dragon" and made famous by actor Anthony Hopkins in his Oscar-winning turn in "Silence of the Lambs."
NBC executives said Sunday they are conscious about the amount of violence they air in the wake of real-life tragedies like the Connecticut school shooting, but have made no changes in what has gone on the air or what is planned.
A contractual disagreement between a satellite provider and Hoak Media, which operates the local NBC and CBS affiliates here, could leave thousands of DirecTV subscribers in the region without two major networks in the New Year.
Even before NBC signed on for its coverage of the Summer Olympics in London on Friday, it drew a storm online for its decision not to stream the opening ceremony digitally. Despite the grumbling, it's a decision that may pay off for the network.
Oxford, a suburban housewife and mother of three, is a Twitter superstar, with more than 350,000 fans. Oscar winners, late-night talk show hosts, even film critic Roger Ebert follow her on the social media service, eager to read wry observations about daily life and celebrity culture.
The resurgence of situation comedies is the clearest trend to emerge from TV's helter-skelter week of fall schedule announcements that just concluded. ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC will have 30 half-hour comedies on the air at the beginning of next season — 32 by November — compared to 17 at the opening of a new season five years ago.
Live episode airs tonight, marks second show in front of audience
It went live for a night in October 2010 with an episode performed during the show’s normal time slot, then re-staged for West Coast viewers.
Scroll down page to view video Watch NBC 'Today' show reporter Kevin Tibbles' report on Herald columnist Marilyn Hagerty, who, he says tongue-in-check, "had the audacity" to review Grand Forks' new Olive Garden restaurant - and become an Internet sensation.
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