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Sean Hannity Defends Giuliani's Claim That Obama Doesn't Love America

From the February 19 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show: Previously: Fox Gives Giuliani A Safe Space To Explain Why Obama Does Not Love America Giuliani Goes On Fox To Call For Mosque Surveillance, Suggests Opposition Is Evidence Of Wrongdoing

Watch: An Exclusive Sneak Peek at Preachers of Detroit

This Friday the Oxygen Network will air the premiere of Preachers of Detroit. The show features Grammy Award-winning evangelist Dorinda Clark-Cole, Bishop Corletta Vaughn, Bishop Charles Ellis III, Pastor David Bullock, Bishop Clarence Langston, Pastor Don William Shelby Jr. Show More Summary

Triumph’s Censored NBC Jokes

(NSFW: Language) Triumph says he wasn’t allowed to perform some of his jokes on NBC’s Today, so he went to find a network for him to poop on. Good thing he’s always welcome at Conan’s show. Well, maybe not anymore.

Growing Interest In Faith-Based Entertainment Brings Opportunity To Black Execs

With hit shows like Fix my Choir, it seems like finding faith has helped networks also find high ratings with faith-based entertainment. But even with a high percentage of people displaying spirituality, it has often been difficult to find popular

Esquire's Booze Shows Brew Dogs and Best Bars in America Return on April 1

It's a good night for booze lovers. The third season of Esquire Network's beer show Brew Dogs, and the second season of Bars in America will both premiere April 1. According to a press release, the show will follow stars James Watt and...Show More Summary

NBC Now Streaming Live Via App, But Only In Certain Markets

Years after other ABC opened up its live network feed to online streaming, NBC is finally allowing people to access its shows live online via the network’s Android and iOS app — but only in certain markets and with the now-common requirement of having a pay-TV subscription. In order to access the NBC live-stream, you have to be in a … [More]

Cable networks speed up TV shows to cram in ads

The new strategy comes as ratings decline and a surge in "cord-cutters," but could it alienate viewers even more?

Steven Universe’s New Episode Proves It’s the Best Show You Don’t Watch

The Cartoon Network series is one of the smartest things on TV, and it does something truly surprising: deploy sci-fi tropes from a child's perspective.   The post Steven Universe’s New Episode Proves It’s the Best Show You Don’t Watch appeared first on WIRED.

Cartoon Network Unveils Upfront Slate For 2015-16

Cartoon Network unveiled its programming and digital slate for the 2015-16 upfront season. Original series Adventure Time, Clarence, Regular Show, Steven Universe, The Amazing World of Gumball, Teen Titans Go! and Uncle Grandpa are returning...Show More Summary

How cable networks speed up shows to squeeze in more ads

If you're still watching cable (and apparently we're not), it turns out that channels like TBS and TNT are now speeding up syndicated programs, classics films and other shows by as much as 7 percent. The trend was noticed by Snopes and others, thanks...

Please Say There’s Not A Network Willing To Pay Mama June For A New Honey Boo Boo Show

Here's hoping this story that TMZ dredged up is gross rumor and speculation: the website alleges producers are shopping a new show that would involve hashing out the terrible molestation charges brought against Mama June's child molester boyfriend. Show More Summary

So, did ‘The Mentalist’ end as tragically as it began?

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“The Mentalist,” one of CBS’s longest-running procedural dramas in recent years, came to an end Wednesday night. It was a show that never really got a ton of critical acclaim, but remained a solid hit for the network as it ran for seven seasons. The series, starring Simon Baker as genius detective and “mentalist” Patrick […]

‘Barefoot Contessa’ Culinary Royalty Challenged By Pseudo Contessa

Culinary royalty Ina Garten, better known as the Barefoot Contessa, is a much loved chef from the Food Network show Barefoot Contessa. Since the cooking show’s beginning in 2002, Garten has delighted fans with her easy manner and tasty recipes, which she has converted into several cookbooks, as well as a line of frozen meals. Show More Summary

Mama June to Get New Show If She Hashes Out Molestation Claims in Public

Get your go-go juice ready because Honey Boo Boo may be back on the air sooner than you think. Not content to let Alana to grow up with just a little dignity, TMZ reports that networks may be picking up another Honey Boo Boo show sometime long as the public can watch Mama June and Chickadee argue about who molested whom. Read more...

'Dancing With the Stars' Season 20 Cast Rumors: Jack Nicholson, Roseanne, Robert Kennedy Jr.,Chris Soules to Join?

ABC's hit reality dancing show "Dancing with the Stars" is set to premiere its Season 20 on March 16. After the network announced the list of ten professional dancers who are joining the season last February 11 on "Good Morning America,"...Show More Summary

Vanilla Ice Arrested, Helping Police Find Stolen Property: Is ‘The Vanilla Ice Project’ DIY Network Show In Jeopardy?

Vanilla Ice might be best known for his “Ice, Ice Baby” days as a rapper and excellent dancer, but on February 18, Vanilla Ice was arrested for burglarizing a home, reports TMZ. Vanilla Ice — whose real name is Robert Van Winkle — was...Show More Summary

Twitter chat: Can a sitcom challenge Asian-American stereotypes?

Asians are one of the fastest growing groups in the U.S. So why did it take so long for a television network to produce a show focused on this growing demographic? Continue reading ? The post Twitter chat: Can a sitcom challenge Asian-American stereotypes? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

5 Delicious Questions for Tom Colicchio About His New Gig at MSNBC

Big news from MSNBC this morning: Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio will become the network's first food correspondent and debut two new shows. Stirring the Pot will air on the network's new digital channel, Shift, and Everybody Eats will air on MSNBC and feature Colicchio taking influential folks to lunch. Show More Summary

Sega opens its wallet to acquire Western mobile developer talent

Sega Networks is making a show of investing in Western F2P game developers by pouring money into a pair of mobile game studios and buying a third one outright....

Limbaugh: Obama Administration Seems To Have More Compassion For "Men Of ISIS" Than For Republican Or Collegiate Men

From the February 18 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: Fox's Ablow: Obama Sees America As "Bigger Threat" Than Terrorism Fox Ignores Obama's Condemnation Of ISIS To Falsely Claim He Hasn't Called The Group Terrorists Fox's Allen West: Obama Administration "Borderlining On Providing Aid And Comfort" To Terrorists

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