No, I'm not talking about the new Taye Diggs show. Fox is sending "24" reruns to its perennial Night of Death, Fridays, starting June 16.
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The CBS sound man killed this weekend in Iraq was once embedded with injured ABC newsman Bob Woodruff. He seemed to love danger and travel - he recently shared an Edward R. Murrow award for coverage of the Pakistani earthquake.
But Iraq is out of hand. Already, 30 more journalists have died in that country than were killed in 22 years of fighting in Vietnam, according to Reporters Without Borders.
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Right on time:
Please join NBC Entertainment President Kevin Reilly and Executive Vice President, Program Planning & Scheduling, Mitch Metcalf for a conference call to discuss the NBC Primetime Schedule.
Specifically, Thursday nights against "Grey's Anatomy" and "CSI."
UPDATE: Just about everything changed nights except Sunday Night Football. Read on.
Continue reading ""Studio 60" shuffle" »
Perhaps nothing to be worried about, but a subject line like this fills me with the dread:
Turner Classic Movies Broadens Viewer Base with Innovative Programming Initiatives
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My take on the renewal of some low-rated shows by the CW is that the network is gambling on established, if little-known, names over the MyNetworkTV strategy, which is to roll out a bunch of new shows nobody's heard of. Nonetheless, E! Online is basking in what glory there is in "One Tree's" reprieve.
Continue reading "E! takes credit for saving "One Tree"" »