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All in the Family (tv program)

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  • Tartikoff Honorees Reflect on Past, Gaze Into Future

    After expressing the requisite gratitude and humility, Lauren Zalaznick did away with the niceties at NATPE's Brandon Tartikoff Awards and asked the obvious question. "A legacy award -- really?" she said. "Shouldn't I get it when I'm really old, or...
  • Remembrances 2013

     
    A look back and a final farewell to the notable entertainment celebrities who died in 2013. Cosmo Allegretti (b. 1927) (actor) Allegretti was an actor and puppeteer on Captain Kangaroo, working his way up from set painter. He made and voiced puppets,...
  • 'Mary Hartman,' one more time

     'Mary Hartman,' one more time
    Producer Norman Lear had turned the family sitcom on its head in 1971 with his groundbreaking CBS comedy series "All in the Family." Five years later, he revolutionized the soap opera with his weeknight satire "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," starring Louise...
  • Where were you when you decided you'd had it up to here with the Baby Boom generation?

     
    Nick Gillespie's article JFK Still Dead, Baby Boomers Still Self-Absorbed at the Daily Beast calls out the actual greatest generation -- ahem -- for its navel-gazing ways: Since they were born, they were told—and came to believe—that the world...
  • In Defense of the Offense of Remakes

    You won't metaphorically hear a louder collective groan on the Internet these days than when news comes of another film or television remake. Whether it's "Carrie" on the film side or such TV projects as "Murder, She Wrote" -- or the remake-that-isn't-a-...
  • Les Brown, Journalist and Former Variety Scribe, Dead at 84

    Les Brown, a respected journalist who chronicled the growth of the television business for Variety, the New York Times and other publications, died Nov. 4 at his home in Larchmont, N.Y. He was 84. As a reporter tasked with covering the radio business for...
  • Gavin MacLeod captains a memoir

    Gavin MacLeod captains a memoir
    This post has been corrected. Please see note at bottom for details. Gavin MacLeod was a fixture on television for years. From 1970 to 1977, he played sweet-natured news writer Murray Slaughter on CBS' "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." No sooner did "MTM"...
  • In 'Lucky 7,' the lives of a more ordinary number

    In 'Lucky 7,' the lives of a more ordinary number
    TORONTO — Modern television dramas are filled with all kinds of fantastical characters you’ll probably never meet in real life — turncoat FBI agents, throne-seeking knights, superhero crime fighters. What it may not have enough of, at...
  • Emmys to expand 'In Memoriam' segment for Gandolfini, Monteith and others

    The "In Memoriam" segment at this year's Emmys will be extended, with several actors and a producer receiving special recognition. Among those to be spotlighted are James Gandolfini, whose "Sopranos" costar Edie Falco will speak; "Glee" star Cory...
  • Gandolfini, Monteith, Stapleton, Winters and Goldberg To Receive Special Tributes at Emmys

    James Gandolfini, Cory Monteith, Jean Stapleton, Jonathan Winters and Gary David Goldberg will receive special tributes during CBS' broadcast of the Primetime Emmys on Sept. 22. Each of the tributes, which will come in addition to the traditional In...
  • Martin Mull is back on TV with Fox’s controversial “Dads”

     
    With nearly 40 years of TV experience behind him, you might wonder if Martin Mull would still get excited about a new project. For every successful run he's had — your Fernwood Tonight, Roseanne — he's had other here-and-gone experiences...
  • TV Review: Emmy Awards, Hour Two

    As so often happens with award shows, the Emmys couldn't stand prosperity. After a promising opening with a fair amount of energy, the second hour proved listless, bogged down by staged moments, while creating little opportunity for spontaneous ones. OK,...