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  • ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ renewed with changes Nov 18, 2014 7:49 AM
    Fox has renewed “So You Think You Can Dance” for a 12th season. For the upcoming season, dancers who advance from auditions will be divided into two teams: stage dancers who are trained in styles like jazz, tap or ballet and street dancers who have mastered hip-hop, break dancing or animation. One dancer from each genre will be sent home each week leading up to the finale.

     
  • DVD previews: ‘22 Jump Street,’ ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ Nov 15, 2014 5:00 AM
    A low-brow cop buddy sequel, a late-in-life romance and a stylized yet quite bloody neo-noir thriller come to DVD Tuesday.

     
  • NBC’s Al Roker completes marathon weathercast Nov 14, 2014 8:48 AM
    His voice reduced to a croak, Al Roker completed a 34-hour marathon weather forecast Friday on NBC’s “Today” show. Roker had his marathon certified by Guinness World Records as the longest continuous live weather broadcast. He beat a 33-hour record set in September by Norwegian TV personality Eli Kari Gjengedal. The “Rokerthon” also raised some $70,000 for the USO.

     
  • MTV’s ‘Rebel Music’ stays close to home with Native American activists Nov 13, 2014 6:00 AM
    This season, MTV’s “Rebel Music” series stays close to home with Native American activists. There’s Frank Waln, a hip-hop artist seeking to protect the environment and his heritage, and pop musician Inez Jasper, demanding attention for women’s rights and safe harbor from violence. "Rebel Music: Native America" debuts at 3 p.m. Thursday on MTV's Facebook page to coincide with Native American Heritage Month.

     
  • Jackson exiting ‘American Idol’ after 13 years Nov 12, 2014 7:21 AM
    Fox and the producers of “American Idol” say Randy Jackson is leaving the show after 13 seasons. In a statement Tuesday, the network and producers call Jackson a key part of the singing contest and say he’ll be welcomed back as a visitor.

     
  • ’Glee’ star Morrison excited for Broadway return Nov 12, 2014 5:38 PM
    Matthew Morrison says he’s looking forward to trading in his choir director role on “Glee” for a return to Broadway and letting fans see him “in a different light.” “Playing Will Schuester for six seasons has been amazing but, honestly, there comes a point where you’re struggling to find something new,” says Morrison. “I’m excited to not have any more handcuffs, so to speak, and to go back to where my roots are.”

     
  • Beck says he’s recovering from health problems Nov 12, 2014 7:30 AM
    Talk show host Glenn Beck says he has been suffering for the past several years from autoimmune and adrenal disorders that left him worried for his life, but he’s now on the road to recovery. Beck, the former Fox News Channel host who has built his own online and television network, The Blaze, said he had seen several doctors before a group in Dallas seemed to find what was wrong with him and reversed many of his symptoms.

     
  • ‘Big Bang Theory’ actress Carol Ann Susi dies Nov 12, 2014 7:03 AM
    The actress best known for voicing the unseen Mrs. Wolowitz on “The Big Bang Theory” has died. Carol Ann Susi’s agent, Pam Ellis-Evenas, says the actress died Tuesday in Los Angeles after a brief battle with cancer. She was 62.

     
  • Still dumb — and funny — after all these years Nov 12, 2014 5:45 AM
    The brainless heroes Lloyd and Harry from "Dumb and Dumber" are back in theaters this weekend and easier than ever to watch at home. Meanwhile, in Gotham City, the past incarnations of Batman and Robin are coming to Blu-ray and DVD for the very first time.

     
  • Newlyweds Wahlberg and McCarthy get a reality show Nov 11, 2014 1:56 PM
    Newlyweds Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy are ready to open up their relationship to TV cameras. They will star in “Donnie Loves Jenny,” a 10-episode docu-series for A&E, the couple announced Tuesday.

     
  • Victoria Gotti returns for ‘Growing’ retrospective Nov 10, 2014 10:15 AM
    It seems like only yesterday, or could it be a decade, since “Growing Up Gotti” was lending an ear to the fortissimo life of mobster daughter Victoria Gotti and her three boisterous lads. Now A&E is bringing back the family for a one-hour retrospective, “Growing Up Gotti: 10 Years Later,” inviting viewers to revisit the Gottis’ Long Island manse for reminiscing and vintage clips from the series (which aired in 2004-05). The new special airs at 8 p.m. Monday.

     
  • Schieffer’s ‘Face’ reaches the 60-year milestone Nov 9, 2014 5:15 AM
    The Sunday-morning public affairs show “Face the Nation” celebrates 60 years of broadcasts this week, making it the second longest-running television program on the air. The reason this doesn’t attract a lot of notice outside of CBS offices is because “Face the Nation” was created to compete with the longest-running show, NBC’s “Meet the Press,” which marks 67 years on the air this week. But host Bob Schieffer and his colleagues have special reason to enjoy this milestone now, since “Face” is hot and “Meet” is not.

     
  • Daniels, cast bid farewell to HBO’s ‘Newsroom’ Nov 9, 2014 7:00 AM
    There were neither tears nor cheers at this TV-season premiere. That’s partly because the cast and crew of HBO’s drama series “The Newsroom” had already moved on. They wrapped the finale weeks ago. The party Tuesday night at the Directors Guild in Hollywood was simply to kick off the show’s third and last season, which premieres at 8 p.m. Sunday, and to say “good show” one last time.

     
  • Lisa Kudrow surprised by ‘The Comeback’ comeback Nov 9, 2014 5:30 AM
    Lisa Kudrow has no problem slipping in and out of her character Valerie Cherish when talking about the return of HBO’s “The Comeback”. (The series follows Cherish, a washed up B-list actress desperate for fame and relevance who is filming a reality TV show).

     
  • Bill Nighy, PBS wrap up 'Worricker' trilogy Nov 9, 2014 6:00 AM
    Three years after we first met British spy Johnny Worricker in the critically acclaimed 2011 espionage drama “Page Eight,” Bill Nighy and writer-director David Hare round out their trilogy with two new Worricker adventures premiering Sunday, Nov. 9, on PBS' “Masterpiece Contemporary.”

     
  • Fox eyes digital options to counter ‘fraying’ cable tv bundle Nov 8, 2014 7:42 AM
    21st Century Fox Inc., Rupert Murdoch’s entertainment company, is considering new Web-based initiatives to attract younger viewers and consumers who don’t subscribe to traditional pay TV services. Emerging digital platforms are “the most exciting and important opportunity for future growth,” Chief Operating Officer Chase Carey said today on an earnings conference call.

     
  • DVD previews: ‘Tammy,’ ‘Jersey Boys’ Nov 8, 2014 6:30 AM
    The comedy "Tammy" features Plainfield's Melissa McCarthy as an obnoxious young woman on a road trip with her grandmother, played by a way-too-young Susan Sarandon in a curly gray wig. It heads to DVD Tuesday along with "Jersey Boys," the kid-pleasing "How to Train Your Dragon 2" and "Let's Be Cops."

     
  • PETA calls for Discovery not to air snake show Nov 7, 2014 5:24 PM
    An animal rights group on Thursday asked the Discovery Channel not to air “Eaten Alive,” a show planned for next month where a naturalist attempts to get swallowed by a giant snake. Delcianna Winders, the PETA foundation’s deputy general counsel, said that if Discovery’s promo for the show is to be believed, an anaconda snake was tormented and suffered for the sake of ratings.

     
  • Dish earnings miss estimates as user losses cut into profits Nov 5, 2014 1:01 AM
    Dish Network Corp.’s earnings missed analysts’ estimates as satellite-TV customers declined and broadband growth slowed. Third-quarter net income dropped to $146 million.

     
  • Mexican wrestling, reimagined, comes to weekly TV Nov 5, 2014 5:45 AM
    It was a meltingly hot October day outside the East Los Angeles warehouse converted to a wrestling ring. In match after match, heavily muscled men executed high-flying leaps to slam their opponents to the floor. Some wore fearsome disguises to conceal their identities. It was just another day in the taping of the 39-episode TV series “Lucha Underground” that’s airing on filmmaker Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey network (7 p.m. Wednesday).

     
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