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  • Why Broadcast TV Lost Its Edge After 'NYPD Blue'

    When "NYPD Blue" made its debut 20 years ago, some of the predictions were nothing short of apocalyptic. The New York Times wondered whether the boundary-pushing police drama would put network standards-and-practices execs out of business under the headline, "What's a network TV censor to do?"
  • Chevy Chase is nuts: A retrospective

     
    Another day, another crazy rant from Chevy Chase on the set of Community. When word got out that the 69-year-old actor had yet again made a spectacle of himself while shooting the beloved but beleaguered NBC comedy, it was only the latest evidence that...

    'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' preview: A Jedi saboteur?

    'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' preview: A Jedi saboteur?
    It doesn't appear that things will slow down after last week's exciting and deadly episode of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." As you can see in the clip above, Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano are involved in a dogfight when Anakin's ship is attacked by...

    Ratings roundup: ABC, CBS and NBC can crow a little, but Fox's 'Lone Star' flames out

     
    The broadcast networks officially kicked off the fall television season, and although NBC, ABC and CBS can all find something to crow about, there won't be a lot of smiles at Fox. While all eyes were focused on the new...

    This weekend: ‘The Glades’ ends first season; Bryan Cranston hosts ‘Saturday Night Live’; ‘CSI: Miami’ returns

     
    The Florida-Alabama game is likely to send the CBS schedule soaring in this market Saturday night. The game starts at 8. But a couple of other notable programs this weekend have Florida connections. Here's my list: 1. “The Glades” concludes