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  • Jacques Pepin says no slowing down as show ends Sep 16, 2014 4:39 PM
    Jacques Pepin soon will begin production on what his longtime television network is calling his final cooking series, but the chef who has taught generations of Americans to cook says he’s far from retiring. KQED Public Television, the San Francisco-based station that has produced more than a dozen of Pepin’s popular cooking series over the last quarter century, said in a recent release that it will begin recording Pepin’s final series in October. Called “Jacques Pepin: Heart and Soul,” the 26-episode series will offer a retrospective of sorts, drawing on the chef’s 60 years in the kitchen, as well as past episodes he has recorded.

     
  • ‘Queen Latifah’ promises a ‘juicy’ second season Sep 15, 2014 11:09 AM
    Queen Latifah is making changes in her daytime talk show for its second season. The biggest, she said, involves her. “For me, it’s having a good old time and being La,” Latifah said. Her first year with “The Queen Latifah Show,” which returns this week in syndication at 2 p.m. weekdays on CBS (WBBM Channel 2) and 7 p.m. on WCIU, provided a lesson in what worked and what didn’t. The show has a new executive producer, Todd Yasui, to steer it.

     
  • New Miss America hits the Atlantic City surf Sep 15, 2014 10:53 AM
    The new Miss America followed in the footsteps of her predecessors and posed for pictures in the Atlantic City surf. Kira Kazantsev of New York celebrated Monday, one day after winning Sunday night’s pageant with the help of a red plastic cup.

     
  • ‘The Real’ promises to live up to its name Sep 15, 2014 5:30 AM
    Sitting down for an interview about the new talk show “The Real,” the hosts don’t censor themselves. They snack on junk food. They have a lot to say. It’s kind of like you’re just hanging out. And that’s the point, says executive producer SallyAnn Salsano, who was also at the helm of “Jersey Shore.” Tuning in to watch Tamar Braxton, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon is like spending time with your girlfriends.

     
  • Miss America 2015 Sep 15, 2014 12:39 AM
    Miss New York Kira Kazantsev was named the new Miss America Sunday night, marking the third year in a row that a contestant from her state has walked away with the crown in the nationally televised pageant.

     
  • Miss New York chosen as Miss America 2015 Sep 14, 2014 10:33 PM
    Miss New York Kira Kazantsev was named the new Miss America Sunday night, marking the third year in a row that a contestant from her state has walked away with the crown in the nationally televised pageant.Kazantsev received the crown at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall from outgoing Miss America — and Miss New York — Nina Davuluri. For her talent performance, Kazantsev sang Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” while sitting cross-legged on the stage and banging a red plastic cup on the floor.

     
  • NFL hunting to find next $9 Billion in revenue Sep 14, 2014 6:22 AM
    In the not-too-distant future, a football fan might be able to take a seat at the stadium, punch up any game on a seatback monitor, keep tabs on the real-time stats of a fantasy team, order up a hot dog and beer and even have a brand-new jacket brought to the seat if the wind kicks up. This is the future of the NFL — the $9 billion league that kicked off the 2014 season this week and has plans on going bigger over the next decade.

     
  • NFL TV blackouts may end after 40 years as FCC votes on rule Sep 13, 2014 7:39 AM
    After almost 40 years, regulators plan to decide if it’s finally time to kill sports-blackout rules that keep National Football League games off television when teams fail to sell out their stadiums.

     
  • Nicholas Sparks tests TV with ‘Deliverance Creek’ Sep 13, 2014 5:30 AM
    Nicholas Sparks’ romance-drama novels have already found a second life as film adaptations. Now the best-selling author is turning to television. Sparks is executive producer of the TV movie “Deliverance Creek,” premiering Saturday on Lifetime. He says television seemed a natural progression because 10 of his novels, including “The Notebook,” have been or are in production for films.

     
  • Men only: Kathy Griffin’s guide to late-night TV Sep 13, 2014 6:00 AM
    Last year, as a late-night TV shake-up ended with yet another chorus line of white male hosts, Joan Rivers decried the lack of women in any of the coveted jobs as “beyond frustrating.” Days after the death of the only woman to host a late-night network show, the status quo was reaffirmed as CBS on Monday anointed Craig Ferguson’s successor: James Corden, a popular British performer, but one largely unknown to American viewers. Kathy Griffin, who lost a close friend and mentor when Rivers died at 81, was disappointed but unsurprised by the decision.

     
  • DVD previews: ‘Godzilla,’ ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ Sep 13, 2014 6:15 AM
    With Gareth Edwards’ reboot of the 1954 Japanese classic "Godzilla," the pendulum has swung too far in the opposite direction. The movie not only has more monsters — three, to be precise — but they’re way more interesting than any of the human characters. Check out this DVD, plus "The Fault in Our Stars" and "Think Like a Man Too" on Tuesday.

     
  • Fox, Disney may join Sony’s Internet-TV service Sep 13, 2014 6:55 AM
    21st Century Fox Inc. and Walt Disney Co. are in discussions to supply Sony Corp. with programming for its planned Internet-based TV service, according to people familiar with the conversations.

     
  • ‘Daily Show’ correspondent Che joins ‘SNL’ Sep 12, 2014 7:03 AM
    NBC says a correspondent on Jon Stewart’s “The Daily Show” is joining “Saturday Night Live.” Comedian Michael Che will handle “Weekend Update” duties with Colin Jost during the upcoming 40th season of “SNL,” the network said Thursday.

     
  • Falling in love with a talking raccoon Sep 25, 2014 10:08 PM
    “I love that movie!” We say stuff like that all the time. But how often do we really mean it — how often do we actually form an emotional attachment to a movie, a TV show, a novel or a video game? It has happened to me in the past month with "Guardians of the Galaxy."

     
  • These 5 new fall TV shows fail to impress Sep 12, 2014 10:59 AM
    While the new broadcast TV season will bring many potential delights, a handful of fall entries fall far short. Like these five.

     
  • 'Gotham' among 10 fall TV shows worth a try Sep 12, 2014 2:05 PM
    From the Batman back story "Gotham" to the well-cast "Marry Me," here are 10 TV shows worth a look this fall.

     
  • Powerful women take center stage on TV this fall Sep 12, 2014 10:56 AM
    Spies and superheroes will be big when the fall TV season starts, but even more prevalent -- strong women in prime time. From Tea Leoni's brilliant secretary of state to Viola Davis' tough-as-nails lawyer, fall's females are taking control of TV.

     
  • PBS’ ‘Shelter Me’ puts at-risk pets in limelight Sep 11, 2014 6:00 AM
    Any animal can end up at a public shelter, but most of them won’t stay long. There, millions of dogs and cats face euthanasia, driving one filmmaker to turn his camera into a lifesaver. Workers at several of the shelters, where no animal is turned away, say pets have a champion in Steven Latham, who directs and produces a PBS series called “Shelter Me,” featuring animals that are running out of time. Seeing the urgency, he took his efforts a step further, starting a website, helping set up adoption events and coordinating flights full of pooches to cities able to get them adopted.

     
  • Filming begins on new season of ‘True Tori’ Sep 11, 2014 2:35 PM
    Tori Spelling is willing to go there for a second time. Lifetime says filming began Thursday on another season of “True Tori.” On the show, cameras follow Spelling as she works to piece together her marriage after her actor-husband, Dean McDermott, was caught in a cheating scandal late last year.

     
  • Fox host: We’re not taking domestic abuse lightly Sep 9, 2014 11:35 AM
    Fox News Channel host Brian Kilmeade insists the network’s morning show isn’t making light of domestic abuse after it was criticized for comments made about the video showing football player Ray Rice hitting his future wife. Kilmeade, on Monday’s show, had said the lesson to be learned from the incident was — quote — “take the stairs.”

     
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