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Coming Distractions: Here’s a trailer for the final season of Legend Of Korra

Season three of Nickelodeon’s The Legend Of Korra just ended about a month ago, but the network isn’t wasting any time burning off the show’s fourth and final season. As we reported earlier this month, Nick will start uploading new episodes...Show More Summary

Newswire: TNT has a fantasy show now too, just like the big kids

TNT, the perpetual little brother of TV networks, has once again found itself playing catch-up to keep pace with the older, cooler kids, this time by picking up a pilot order for a fantasy show from Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment. Show More Summary

The Morning Ticker: More ‘Sunday,’ Less LeBron, Celebrating Ann

Smithsonian Channel will begin re-airing “CBS Sunday Morning” Sundays at 2pmET, after the program has cleared CBS affiliates. The network will also re-air the show up to four times later in the week. Smithsonian Channel is co-owned by CBS Corp. Show More Summary

One-Season Wonders, Weirdos, And Wannabes: Steve Martin, George Burns, and a comic take on The Twilight Zone—what could’ve gone wrong?

Some TV shows never even make it past the first season. Maybe a series lacked the ratings to match its artistic accomplishments, or maybe it floundered its way into the network crosshairs, but it’s time to look at one-season series outside the immediate context of ratings and renewals. Show More Summary

Shonda Rhimes, The New York Times And Why We Really Need 'Black-ish'

It was pretty clever of ABC to get the New York Times to do stealth marketing for the network's promising new comedy, "Black-ish," which premieres Wednesday. Nothing proves the need for a show like "Black-ish" like the recent controversy...Show More Summary

Create a video at EGX, win tickets for life

It's almost time for EGX, the UK's biggest gaming show! (And if you're wondering why I sound like a press release right now it's because EGX - formerly the Eurogamer Expo - is run by Gamer Network, the company that owns Eurogamer. You probably knew that already, but this is your formal disclaimer. Show More Summary

Paula Deen Plugs New Network, Won’t Look At Tape Of Last Year, In Return To ‘Today’ Show

“Hello everybody out there!” Paula Deen gushed, waving and blowing kisses to people on the Today show set, as she sat this morning with Matt Lauer. She'd come — this time accompanied by her sons — to plug her new digital food network. Show More Summary

Paula Deen's Leftovers Are Now Available For $10 A Month

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Get fuckin' pumped, America, because Paula Deen is back, and this time, it's... uh... a subscription-based online network where you can pay to watch old episodes of her bad TV shows, instead of watching them for free on a different website, or not watching them at all. Hardcore. Read more...

Hackaday Links: September 21, 2014

Obviously the best way to show you’ve pwned a piece of hardware is to run Doom on it. This time around it’s not just a hardware hack but a security hack. [Michael Jordan] demonstrates a network vulnerability on a Canon printer by making it run Doom. Show More Summary

Honey Boo Boo Star Sugar Bear Given The Boot? “Not So Fast” Says TLC!

Fans of the TLC network reality show hit Here Comes Honey Boo Boo were shocked yesterday to learn that series matriarch Mama June and her long time partner Sugar Bear separated recently. Photographs published by TMZ that Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star Mama June without her “wedding” ring only served to confirm the split. Show More Summary

Fall TV season brings a new-found commitment to diversity

In 2008, when America’s broadcast networks unveiled their new TV schedules, only one show was anchored by a minority — and he was a black cartoon character voiced by a white actor. Six years later, prime time is undergoing a big, multicultural change. When the fall season starts in earnest Monday, it will deliver the [...]

TV Corner: New Fall Series

We're reaching the time of year (at least in the US) where new network shows tend to premiere. (As well as favorite network shows returning for new seasons.) Have you heard about any new shows that you're keen to give a shot? (Here's...Show More Summary

Facebook Gets More Twitterish By Showing Timely And Trending Posts Immediately

Facebook wants to steal discussion of real-time events from Twitter and stop being perceived as a slow social network. So today it announced News Feed changes that will surface posts that mention Trending Topics sooner and higher in the feed. Show More Summary

CBS's New Fall Shows, Ranked from Best to Worst

Today in our week-long roundup of new shows on broadcast, we're looking at CBS, the place to go for young people committing crimes. There are networks that, faced with changing times and a media landscape diversifying both by viewerShow More Summary

'The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show' Returns to CBS on Tuesday, December 9

THE VICTORIA’S SECRET FASHION SHOW returns to the CBS Television Network on Tuesday, Dec. 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) when it crosses the pond to film in London for the first time.

Shonda Rhimes Wants To Act, Will Appear On The Mindy Project

Alright guys, I think it?s time to admit that Shonda Rhimes is kind-of a superwoman. The powerful TV mogul has three?count ?em?TV shows airing on networks this fall, but despite her busy schedule, the writer, showrunner and producer has decided to delve into the world of acting, as well. Show More Summary

How Joan Rivers Changed TV (and My Life)

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In most of the obituaries for Joan Rivers, her time as the host of the nascent Fox network’s The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers was mentioned only in passing, as a footnote. In reality it was a major game-changer—for Rivers, for the future of television, and for those who worked with her. Show More Summary

Bill Maher's Pretty Sure Fox News Is Why America Is So Polarized, Jerry Seinfeld & Haley Barbour Disagree

In his first show back after an August break, Bill Maher wasted no time in taking a swipe at Fox News, squarely blaming the conservative cable news network for causing the polarization between right and left in America. "Talking about the polarization in Washington... Show More Summary

TV networks prep the cultural battlespace for the Hillary 2016 campaign

Myra Adams at National Review notices the rather large number of Hillary Clintonesque characters popping up on TV shows this year, just in time for Madame Hillary's expected announcement of her 2016 presidential campaign: On November...Show More Summary

MasterCard Takes A Full Page Ad In The New York Times To Show Off Apple Pay And The iPhone 6

Banks and credit card networks were “eager” to participate in Apple’s new mobile payments platform, Apple Pay. And that’s no more evident than the brand-new full-page ad taken out in the New York Times on Friday, courtesy of MasterCard. Show More Summary

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