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Food Network, Josh Charles to highlight Baltimore restaurants in 'Burgers, Brew & 'Que' episode

Baltimore will take center stage in an upcoming episode of "Burgers, Brew & 'Que" on the Food Network, which will also feature an appearance from actor Josh Charles. 

The episode, dubbed "Beers, Burgers and Bocce in Baltimore," premieres Friday at 10 p.m. Heavy Seas Alehouse and Le Garage make up two of the stops on the show, which will air again Saturday at 1 a.m. 

"Actor and proud Baltimore native

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'Gotham' recap: A tough choice for Jim, a great twist for Penguin

“Gotham” works best when it simplifies episodes and doesn’t have a dozen, frenzied storylines. It’s even better when those fewer, strong stories are unified in a common theme.

Monday night's theme of heartache is a familiar one. In fact, I think the “pick the love interest you want to live” trope has been done before with Barbara and Lee, but it was refreshing to see it done in a not-so-cliche way.

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New 'Gilmore Girls' trailer dares you not to cry when the theme song hits

It’s finally here.

Netflix has released the first trailer for “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,” and it’s packed full of your favorite characters. 

Lorelai and Rory are back in action in the new video that shows the fast-talking mother and daughter catching up during a stroll through Stars Hallow.

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'Dancing With the Stars' recap: On 'Eras Night,' whose time comes to an end?

It's "Eras Night" on "Dancing With the Stars," which means different decades, the 1920s through the 1990s. Best news: Len Goodman is BACK. After the individual dances in Round 1, there will be team dances in Round 2.

Laurie Hernandez & Val Chmerkovskiy1960s quickstep

Huh. Not really a decade known for its quickstep, especially for the younger generation. This could be a challenge for Val.

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NBC's 'This Is Us' is officially the surprise breakout hit of the fall TV season

It's exactly a month into the fall TV season, just long enough that we can finally start to tell which freshman broadcast shows might have a real, lasting effect beyond their initial episode order.

So far, several of the highest-rated new broadcast fall shows are on CBS, including "Bull," "MacGuyver" and "Kevin Can Wait."

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Carol Burnett returning to TV for Amy Poehler-produced comedy series

Beloved comedian Carol Burnett is set to return to television, with a put pilot commitment at ABC for a multi-camera comedy in which she will star with Amy Poehler. The project was sold to ABC in a very competitive situation, according to sources.

Michael Saltzman will write and executive produce for Universal TV with Poehler also executive producing through her Paper Kite banner.

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