DAVID BIANCULLI

Founder / Editor

ERIC GOULD

Associate Editor

LINDA DONOVAN

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2011
Sep
26
 
 
Are you ready for some new networks? Well, actually, old networks, reinventing themselves in search of new viewers. History International is now H2. And on Tuesday (Oct. 4), Discovery's HD Theater becomes Velocity. HI hasn't actually been "international" for awhile now, unless you think Secret Missions of the Civil War has a global focus. But it's probably now more "history" than ever...
 
 
 
  
 
 
2011
Sep
24
 
 
TVWW has listings when your fave shows returned or will be returning, or did/will hit the air for the first time. (In which case, they're probably not your faves yet)...
 
 
 
  
 
 
2011
Sep
18
 
 
Just got Star Wars on Blu-ray when it came out Friday, and couldn't wait to open it. Then I opened it. NOT again. Yes, again. The packaging for this super-duper much-hyped better-than-ever souped-up high-def edition is indeed worse for disc-keeping than previous editions...
 
 
 
  
 
 
2011
Sep
11
 
 
Boardwalk Empire has 7 Emmys already, a week before this year's Primetime Emmy Awards are handed out on Fox Sept. 18. How so? Saturday night's Creative Arts Emmys ceremony -- the annual precursor honoring behind-the-camera work in "crafts" categories like casting, costuming and sound...
 
 
 
  
 
 
2011
Sep
7
 
 
Do you know what happened on Sept. 8, 1966? Well, neither do the TV networks. Or cable channels. Because there's a big anniversary Thursday. And no one on the tube seems to be taking note of it. Gene Roddenberry's culture-shifting space series Star Trek debuted 45 years ago -- Sept. 8, 1966 -- on NBC. Before that, there was no Mr. Spock. No warp drive. No beam-me-up-Scotty...
 
 
 
  
 
 
2011
Sep
6
 
 
So what's new on the networks this fall? We're preparing our own TVWW fall preview, but in the meantime, you can find out from the networks themselves. They've all produced half-hour fall preview specials that are unreeling on local stations and related cable channels -- not to mention online in various formats...