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'The Voice' recap: Five talented singers survive

Five talented singers -- Matt McAndrew, Damien, Taylor John Williams, Craig Wayne Boyd and (thanks to the Twitter instant save) Chris Jamison -- made it through to the semifinals on “The Voice” on Tuesday night. 

Wednesday's TV Highlights: Jackie Evancho in a PBS Special

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Bing Crosby, a guy who could do it all

Bing Crosby is probably best known these days for the rendition of the Oscar-winning Irving Berlin tune "White Christmas" that he introduced in the 1942 film "Holiday Inn" and for his 1977 duet of "Little Drummer Boy" and "Peace on Earth" with David Bowie that's become a perennial.

Bill Cosby's Washington show is postponed after sex assault allegations

Bill Cosby's upcoming show at the Capitol Theatre in Yakima, Wash., has been postponed, the latest fallout in the continuing firestorm revolving around sexual assault allegations against the comedian.

'The Newsroom' recap: Will pressured to expose whistleblower

Federal law enforcement officials ratchet up the pressure on ACN anchor Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) to reveal the identity of a crusading whistleblower in “Main Justice,” Episode 22 of HBO’s “The Newsroom.”

'Homeland' recap: Prisoner exchange part of far bigger plot

A nerve-racking prisoner exchange turns out to be a small piece in a much larger Taliban plot against Americans in “There’s Something Else Going On,” Episode 409 of Showtime’s espionage thriller “Homeland.”

Comic Hannibal Buress is low-key on his role in Bill Cosby firestorm

Hannibal Buress has always known that his name gave him an edge over other comics. Sharing a first name with the infamous cannibal from "Silence of the Lambs" has been an instant attention-grabber — both positively and negatively — as his stand-up career has blossomed.

Jimmy Kimmel's latest mean-tweet-palooza features Britney Spears

Is there anything more cathartic than voicing your distaste for a celebrity publicly in the Twittersphere? Maybe a nice week in Antigua, perhaps. But that costs a lot of money and expressing your displeasure at a major movie, TV or recording star costs nothing. Plus, it's not like said famous...

Media monarchs have finally seen the future, and it is digital

Don't be surprised if the future monarchs of media look a lot like the ones that rule today.

Therese Serignese, latest Bill Cosby accuser, urges star to 'quit lying'

A Florida nurse who says she was drugged and sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby in 1976 is urging the beleaguered comic to "quit lying" about his past and apologize.

Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'Black-ish' on ABC

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Hulu orders 'Difficult People' series starring Billy Eichner

Hulu has ordered another comedy series, and this time it's a starring vehicle for Billy Eichner -- better known for his man-on-the-street comedy series "Billy on the Street."

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