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A&E (tv network)

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  • A&E lifts suspension, back in business with Phil Robertson, 'Duck Dynasty'

    A&E lifts suspension, back in business with Phil Robertson, 'Duck Dynasty'
    One of the shortest and most meaningless suspensions in TV history ended Friday with A&E announcing that it was back in business with "Duck Dynasty" and its 67-year-old, bearded patriarch Phil Robertson. The announcement was a total cave-in by a cable...
  • Why A&E shamelessly caved on 'Duck Dynasty'

    Why A&E shamelessly caved on 'Duck Dynasty'
  • Apple TV Adds Channels for A&E, History and Lifetime, But It's Just a Taste for Most

    A+E Networks has launched dedicated channels on Apple TV for its top three networks: A&E, History and Lifetime. The free, ad-supported content offers all Apple TV customers in the U.S. access to select full episodes of programming including "Project...
  • A&E, History and Lifetime join Apple TV

    Are you psycho for "Bates Motel" but lost without cable? Cheer up, lil' Internet TV viewer. A&E Networks announced on Monday that it has launched A&E, History and Lifetime content on Apple TV. That means more than just "Bates Motel"; it includes popular...
  • Dick Wolf Sells Reality Series to A&E (EXCLUSIVE)

    "Law & Order" executive producer Dick Wolf is getting into the unscripted business. A&E has greenlit "D.O.A." (working title), an eight-episode non-fiction series which will follow an elite team of detectives who will re-investigate controversial...
  • A&E, History Launch Live TV Streaming on Web, Apple Mobile Devices

    Episodes of A&E's "Storage Wars" and "Bates Motel" (pictured, above) and History's "Vikings" and "Swamp People" are now available to watch live online and mobile devices -- for most pay TV subscribers, anyway. A+E Networks has launched authenticated...
  • Pop culture Q&A: 'Dallas' star Charlene Tilton can still be found on-screen

    Q: Is Charlene Tilton from "Dallas" still acting? What movies and shows has she been in? A: Tilton remains most famous for playing Lucy Ewing on the CBS version of the soap and some episodes of the TNT version. She still acts and has compiled a long list...
  • Rob Owen: 'Nurse Jackie' stale; 'Those Who Kill' shaky

    First "Dexter," now "Nurse Jackie." Showtime is in danger of becoming a network that clings to its onetime hits for several seasons longer than it should. Not only is "Nurse Jackie" back for a sixth season that takes the story of drug addict ER nurse...
  • A&E Orders Third Season of 'Bates Motel'

    A&E has picked up a third season of original series "Bates Motel," A&E Network exec VP and general manager David McKillop announced Monday. Production will begin in the fall for the 10 episodes slated for season three of the series, a contemporary...
  • A&E Greenlights Reality Show 'The Herbert Brothers'

    A&E Network has given the go-ahead to a new reality series, "The Herbert Brothers." The docuseries will follow five brothers who launched an advertising empire in their small town of Batesville, Ind. after winning a $1 million grand prize in a Super Bowl...
  • Rob Owen: PBS turns spotlight on Patina Miller

    PASADENA, Calif. It has been quite a year for actress Patina Miller: The 2006 Carnegie Mellon University musical theater grad won a Tony for her lead role in Broadway's "Pippin," booked roles in TV and film, and now she's in the spotlight on PBS' "Live...
  • A&E Pulls Mark Wahlberg's 'Breaking Boston' After One Week

    A&E has pulled "Breaking Boston," a reality program from actor and producer Mark Wahlberg, from its schedule after just a week on the air, citing "underperformance." Plans for the program are uncertain, said Dan Silberman, an A&E spokesman. A&E...