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    It is hard to consider this year's transition of power as "peaceful" when it will be seen originating from an armed encampment.
  • On HBO, Artist Complains About Bob Ross' 'Happy Little Trees'
    "Bob Ross was wrong," asserts watercolorist John Lurie at the outset of his new show. "Everybody can't paint. It's not true."
  • Press The Snooze Button On CW's Sleep-'Walker'
    Instead of generating excitement in the manner of the old series, the new "Walker" induces drowsiness.
  • Guest-Host Stunt, Trebek Tributes Putting 'Jeopardy' In Jeopardy
    Let this "TV Blog" serve as an alarm: Our national TV treasure known as "Jeopardy!" is under threat.
  • New 'Batwoman' Makes Non-Traditional Debut On The CW
    Changing an actor or actress in mid-series in a prominent role is a time-honored tradition in network television.
  • What's The Point? New Sitcom Is Parade Of Stereotypes
    In "Call Your Mother," Kyra Sedgwick plays a single, "mature" mom living in Iowa whose two grown children live in Los Angeles.
  • When Angry Anchorman Attacks, No Brand Is Safe
    Who's next on Anderson Cooper's hit list? Red Lobster? Applebee's? Marriott Courtyard?
  • One And Done: How Fox Hospital Drama Deals With COVID
    A Fox hospital drama returning this week adopts a strategy for dealing with COVID that was first pioneered by a Fox comedy earlier this month.
  • Discovery+ Promo Campaign Is 'Scorched Earth' Strategy
    Discovery has taken a very unsubtle on-air approach to promoting its new Discovery+ subscription streaming service.
  • Biblical Prophecy Comes True As Geek Inherits The Earth
    More and more these days, geek is chic. And if that is the case, no one is more chic right now than Ken Jennings.
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