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  • The Oscars require major surgery

    The Oscars require major surgery
    IT'S now painfully obvious that the Oscars need what nearly every aging star in Hollywood has already had -- a face-lift. The ratings for the show couldn't have been any worse if they'd been stuck with all of Jay Leno's strike-show guests instead of...
  • A nostalgic workout with Gilad

     
    Back before TiVo and iPhones and Wi-Fi, we lived with one HBO channel, a Prodigy subscription, and cell phones that only made calls. Can you imagine? And people actually did workouts via TV shows that included commercial breaks. In those......
  • MLB to celebrate 'Ball Game' with special on ESPN

     
    Loyal readers know about my fascination with the song "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," whose 100th anniversary I celebrated with a long feature over the winter that I can't figure out how to link to from here. Thus......
  • "Gossip Girl": Big Number Finally

     
    Here's a shocker: People, as it turns out, really ARE watching "Gossip Girl." Last night's episode was seen by 3.7 million viewers, which is far far far far and away the highest number ever for the show (if I......
  • K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

    The Bulls have a chance to get to .500 Friday night in Memphis. I have a chance to get to .500 in fans' opinion since I got ripped plenty for my answers last week. Hope you like this batch and keep the questions coming. K.C., why Tyrus and Joakim are not...
  • Letterman: So Cold...

     
    We have a little tradition here at TV Zone that goes back, oh, a month: We post the highlights from "Late Show with David Letterman" ahead of when the show actually airs because a.) we figure readers may want......
  • FCC Chairman: Digital TV on track

     
    by Etan Horowitz Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin says he opposes pushing back the Feb.17 Digital TV transition because it would confuse consumers. Last week, the co-chair of President-elect Barack Obama's transition team wrote a...
  • Disrobing the justices

     
    Even if I hadn't covered the U.S. Supreme Court in a former life, I'd be looking forward eagerly to C-SPAN's interviews next month with members of the court, snippets of which are available now on YouTube. It's not often that TV viewers get to eye the...
  • 'Fringe': Headlines from the Other Side

     
    If you havenâ??t realized by the commercials, the billboards or the giant grin on my face, 'Fringe' returns for its second season this Thursday. Of course, being the huge pillar of entertainment reporting that I am, I got my DVD......
  • 5 things to know about watching TV and saving energy

    With the conversion to high-definition digital TV broadcasting looming Feb. 17, you may be shopping for a set-top converter box so you can keeping using your old TV with an antenna. Or you may think this is the time to buy a new HD-ready, flat-panel TV....
  • 'Hell's Kitchen': We've never seen Chef Ramsay do THIS before!

     
    Chef Ramsay was driven over the edge -- or at least driven out of 'Hell's Kitchen' -- by a crop of contestants who seemed hellbent on serving diners frozen halibut or overcooked garnishes. We've never seen Ramsay give up, but......
  • Is Ken Burns a secret propagandist for socialism?

     
    I wasn't planning on DVR-ing Ken Burns' new six-part PBS series "The National Parks: America's Best Idea," which debuts Sunday night because: 1) I don't have 18 hours of room left on my TiVo; 2) judging from the title, I......