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Wednesday, May 16, 2018 ON THIS DAY Three series of note concluded: Syndicated “The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok” in 1958; drama “In the Heat of the Night” (which began on NBC and ended on CBS) in 1995; and sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond” on CBS in 2005. -Did You Know?: Talks of a spin-off series from “Everybody Loves Raymond” focused on Robert (Brad […]

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  Aggressive ABC to Launch 6 New Series This Fall From PromaxBDA: Unlike NBC and Fox, which took the modest approach, ABC has announced a particularly aggressive fall 2018 primetime line-up. The alphabet net will feature six new series this fall — comedies “The Kids Are Alright” and “Single Parents;” dramas “The Rookie” and “A Million Little […]

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 ON THIS DAY In 1977, the clan called Anderson reunited for the first of two “Father Knows Best” reunions on NBC…Aaron Spelling crime solver “Starsky & Hutch”concluded its four season run on ABC in 1979…Classic “Jump the Shark” moment: Terrorists interrupted the wedding of Amanda (Catherine Oxenberg) and Prince Michael (Michael Pared) in the […]

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Monday, May 14, 2018 ON THIS DAY Four series of note concluded: “Family Ties” on NBC and Cybill Shepherd/Bruce Willis detective dramedy “Moonlighting” on ABC, both in 1989; NBC’s “Seinfeld” in 1998; and the NBC political drama “The West Wing” in 2006. Celebrity birthdays: Director George Lucas (“Star Wars”) is 74; Oscar winner Cate Blanchett is 49; Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg is 34; “iCarly” star Miranda Cosgrove is 25.-Did You Know?: The producers […]

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  Upfronts 2018: Fox to Launch Just 2 New Series This Fall, Plus “TNF” From PromaxBDA: Once the home to for edgy and unconventional fare where entries such as “Married With Children,” “The X-Files,” “Malcolm in the Middle” and “Beverly Hills, 90210” set it apart, the today’s so-called New Fox looks more like a retro version […]

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Friday, May 11, 2018 ON THIS DAY Two long-running dramas concluded: “Quincy, M.E.,“ starring Jack Klugmanon NBC in 1983, and the original “Dynasty” on ABC in 1989…In 1997, CBS presented the first installment of the miniseries “Mario Puzo’s The Last Don.“ Based on the same-name novel by Puzo, author of “The Godfather,” it starred Danny Aiello, Joe Mantegna, Daryl Hannah, Jason Gedrick,Penelope Ann Miller, Robert Wuhl, Kirstie Alley, Christopher Meloni andk.d. lang. -Did […]

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018 ON THIS DAY NBC’s “Hour Glass,” the first hour-long entertainment program of any kind, debuted in 1946…NBC’s “The Golden Girls” concluded in 1992 after seven seasons. CBS tried to keep the franchise alive with spin-off “The Golden Palace” the following season, but without Bea Arthur the center was missing…”CSI: Miami” was introduced via a backdoor pilot on parent series “CSI” in 2002…Celebrity Birthdays: Actor Albert Finney (“Erin Brockovich”) is 82; Billy […]

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MTV Movie & TV Awards | Announces Categories & Nominees

MTV is excited to announce the categories and nominees for the 2018 “MTV Movie & TV Awards.” Hosted by Tiffany Haddish, the show will celebrate the actors, stories and moments that drove pop-culture in the last year and will once again feature gender-neutral categories. Blockbuster juggernaut “Black Panther” leads the pack with seven nominations – this marks the first time […]

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Watch the GLAAD awards TONIGHT on Logo!

Don’t forget to set your DVR: Tonight at 8pm ET/PT, Logo will air GLAAD’s 2018 Los Angeles Media Awards, and trust us, you don’t want to miss it. Join with viewers all over America to take part in a emotional, inspirational, and rousing celebration of artists fighting for LGBTQ acceptance, including Britney Spears, Jim Parsons, Lena Waithe, host […]

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