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ENTERTAINMENT
November 30, 2011
'The Exes' Where: TV Land When: 10:30 p.m. Wednesday Rating: TV-PG (may be unsuitable for young children)
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 13, 2012 | By Greg Braxton, Los Angeles Times
On a recent Sunday at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church, an overflow crowd gathered hours after services to see a screening of TV Land's "The Soul Man," starring Cedric the Entertainer as a Las Vegas singer who uproots his family and moves to St. Louis after hearing a divine calling to become a pastor. The well-dressed congregants gave a hero's welcome to Cedric, costar Niecy Nash and TV Land head Larry Jones. Their accomplishment? Putting on one of the few television shows that spotlights an African American family.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 19, 2011
'Retired at 35' Where: TV Land When: 10:30 p.m. Wednesday Rating: TV-PG-D (may be unsuitable for young children with an advisory for suggestive dialogue)
ENTERTAINMENT
October 14, 2010 | By T.L. Stanley, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Homicide detective Jim Longworth was up to his ears in hurricanes, mosquitoes and gators, a constant reminder that he'd traded fast-paced Chicago for a town called Pahokee and other swampy environs. His new stomping ground in rural Florida was only a few hours but a world away from trendy South Beach. As the crime-solving hero of "The Glades," A&E's most-watched show in its first season, Longworth (played by Matt Passmore) waded through muck in sugar cane fields, investigated a community filled with psychics and dug for buried treasure.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 12, 2010 | By T.L. Stanley
In the space of one recent week, Betty White hopped in the shower with Hugh Jackman on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," watched a Chippendales dancer gyrate for her on "Ellen" and told Larry King she didn't know the meaning of the word "retirement." The string of TV appearances came on the heels of a Super Bowl commercial for Snickers that went not only viral but global; a Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award; a starring role in a new TV Land sitcom; and a Facebook campaign, 500,000 fans strong, that paved the way for her first hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live."
ENTERTAINMENT
November 30, 2011
SERIES I Hate My Teenage Daughter: Annie and Nikki (Jaime Pressly, Katie Finneran) are single moms of two spoiled teenage girls (Kristi Lauren, Aisha Dee) in this new sitcom (9:30 p.m. Fox). Hot in Cleveland: Elka (Betty White) must choose her husband, Max or Fred in the season premiere (10 p.m. TV Land). The Exes: Kristen Johnston, Donald Faison and Wayne Knight star in this new comedy (10:30 p.m. TV Land). SPECIALS Christmas in Rockefeller Center: The 79th annual tree-lighting ceremony takes place in New York.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 1999 | JOAN FANTAZIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You're reminded of just how wild broadcast television has become when you watch "The TV Show," a 20-year-old special that spoofs television with sketches by the likes of Billy Crystal, Harry Shearer, Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Martin Mull. "The TV Show" (airing March 15 at 5 p.m.
OPINION
February 11, 2002
Re " 'Kidnapped' by Drivel, We Invite World Hatred," Commentary, Feb. 7: If it weren't for morally superior intellectuals such as Norah Vincent, we poor boobs in TV land would never know that shows such as "Fear Factor" and "Kidnapped" were silly escapist fare. How dare we not spend all our time worrying about kidnapped journalists and global crises! Oh, the shame of it--actually laughing at contestants eating chocolate-covered worms while people around the world are starving and killing each other.
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