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It’s official: The best TV Christmas special ever made is being turned into a series of holiday postage stamps, and you can preorder them now. Should you? Good grief, yes!...
Everybody Loves Raymond co-creator Phil Rosenthal’s new TV series isn’t a sitcom – it’s a travel and food show. But it’s funnier than most sitcoms, and just might contain the secret to world peace…
ABC’s The Muppets, which launches Tuesday night at 8 ET, is the best new show of the fall season – and the best Muppet show since the syndicated The Muppet Show in 1976….
There were lots of happy winners at Sunday’s Emmy Awards, but perhaps none happier than HBO, which ended the evening with top honors for two first-time winners: Veep as best comedy, and Game of Thrones as best drama…
The 2015 fall TV season is just around the corner – starting officially on Monday. And to prepare you for when the new shows premiere, and which to watch or avoid, our TVWW team has, once again, provided an informative and entertaining primer…
Well, that didn’t take long. Stephen Colbert revealing his true self and conducting an impressive, important interview as the new host of CBS’s Late Show? Three days in, Colbert did it – with his questions, empathy, and patient silence – while interviewing Vice President Joe Biden Thursday night…
To open and close his inaugural Late Show with Stephen Colbert on CBS, the host sang: “The Star-Spangled Banner” to kick things off, and, with a stage full of musical guests, “Everyday People” to wrap things up. It was a Sly opening-night move…
The Civil War, the brilliant Ken Burns series presented by PBS in 1990, returns this week, in restored and enhanced condition, for its silver anniversary. Race, as America’s central defining and dividing issue, has never left…
Behind David in the picture is the first TV owned by his father, Virgil Bianculli, a 1946 Raytheon. (The TV, not his father. His father was a 1923 Italian.) David Bianculli has been a TV critic since 1975, including a 14-year stint at the New York Daily News, and sees no reason to stop now. Currently, he's TV critic for NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross, and is an occasional substitute host for that show. He also teaches TV and film history at New Jersey's Rowan University, and his most recent book, 2009's Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of 'The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, has recently been purchased for film rights. He's currently at work on another.
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