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  • Emmy Weekend: Saturday Night Fever

    The song of the summer -- Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" -- was appropriately the song of the night at Saturday's pre-Emmy party swirl. By this time, those of us on the circuit had seen one another four or five times during the last 36 hours, so we dispensed...
  • Cat Deely, Jeff Probst and more talk Reality TV

    Cat Deely, Jeff Probst and more talk Reality TV
    Reality TV bestows upon the viewing public a glut of entertainments: dancers portraying flitting hummingbirds trying to seduce a blooming flower; entrepreneurs who've found an extra use for pillow cases by making them into dresses; adventurers threatening...
  • ‘The Bible’: Miniseries debuts March 3 on History

     
    “The Bible,” from executive producers Mark Burnett (“Survivor,” ”The Voice”) and Roma Downey (“Touched by an Angel”), will debut March 3 on History. The 10-hour miniseries will air in two-hour installments...
  • ‘Bible’ producers: Obama-Satan link ‘utter nonsense’

     
    The producers of “The Bible,” the high-rated History miniseries, are dismissing a controversy over the program's Satan resembling Barack Obama. Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, executive producers of “The Bible,” issued a statement:...
  • Mark Burnett bringing sequel to “The Bible” series to NBC

     
    NBC announced today that Mark Burnett, who already has a relationship with the network through his series The Voice and Celebrity Apprentice, will continue that relationship by bringing his follow-up to the smash-hit series The Bible to NBC. The Bible was...
  • TCA: Reporters go a little rogue following Sarah Palin’s NBC party appearance

     
    Yesterday's NBC day at the Television Critics Association (TCA) Summer Press Tour ended with a cocktail party around the pool area of the Beverly Hilton, where the network gathered the stars of its new late summer/fall broadcast and cable series to mingle...
  • This week: ‘The Closer’ ends, ‘Major Crimes,’ ‘Stars Earn Stripes’ debut; Elvis Presley day on TCM

     
    The highlights this week include reality premieres, a salute to the King of Rock ‘n' Roll and a farewell to a favorite character. TNT pulls off two tricky assignments Monday. The channel says farewell to “The Closer” at 9 and unveils its...
  • Who won ‘Stars Earn Stripes’?

     
    SWAT commander Tom Stroup demonstrates how he trains. Photo credit: George Skene/Orlando Sentinel THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: Tom Stroup of the Orange County Sheriff's Office made it to the season finale of ”Stars Earn Stripes” Monday night....
  • ‘Survivor’ premiere overtakes ‘The X Factor’

     
    THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: Should Simon Cowell be worried? The premiere of the 25th edition of “Survivor” was a far bigger draw Wednesday night than Cowell's “X Factor” nationally and in the Orlando TV market. “Survivor&#...
  • Emmys 2013: 'Top of the Lake,' 'Behind the Candelabra' earn miniseries/movie nods

    Emmys 2013: 'Top of the Lake,' 'Behind the Candelabra' earn miniseries/movie nods
    Flashy meets gloomy? That's the look of the miniseries or movie category this year. The Academy of Televison Arts and Sciences Thursday nominated wildy different favorites “Behind the Candelabra" and "Top of the Lake," creating a wide spectrum...
  • Emmys 2013: Mark Burnett says 'Bible' miniseries a 'source of hope'

    As a kingpin of nonscripted programming, Mark Burnett has won five prime time Emmys and been nominated for many more. But there’s a special place in his heart for the recognition the TV academy gave him for “The Bible,” his History...
  • How soon will we see Mark Burnett's Jesus movie in theaters?

    How soon will we see Mark Burnett's Jesus movie in theaters?
    A decade ago, "The Passion of the Christ" proved that tens of millions of Christians around the country would buy a ticket to see a film about Jesus Christ. Can a new movie repeat the feat? That's the question facing, of all people, the most successful...