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April 19, 2014

'Daria' Is Finally Coming to DVD, Hurray!

With her patented cynical one-liners and black, round-shaped glasses, Daria Morgendorffer of MTV's cult animated show 'Daria' was the prototypical, overly smart teenage outsider. On air for a total of five seasons from 1997-2001, 'Daria,' a program that lifted the veil of high school phoniness, provided a niche for all the sarcasm-spewing teens out there. So we're quite delighted with the...

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'Chuck' Finale Date

The third season of 'Chuck,' the action-comedy TV show showcasing our favorite nerdy, crime-fighting spy, will come to an end May 24. NBC on Monday morning announced its schedule of finales for the 2009-10 primetime slate. There's no word yet on the fate of 'Chuck' after the season ends, but given the show's poor ratings -- despite a surge in quality -- NBC might rethink the comedy's place on a...

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Puppy Bowl VI Preview

Forget the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts, this Sunday's Super Bowl is all about puppies! Well, that's what Animal Planet wants you to believe, as their Puppy Bowl VI airs Sunday afternoon before the actual football game commences. The starting line-up for the sixth annual event showcases a fiercely cute bunch of, you guessed it, puppies. Make sure to keep your eyes on the...

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Emmys: We're Doing It Live! Well, Maybe

NBC is all about live awards show coverage these days. Coming off the much-improved ratings from its first-ever live telecast of the Golden Globes, the network is now considering airing the 62nd Primetime Emmys ceremony live or West Coast viewers in August as well, according to Variety. Due to the ever-increasing use of Twitter and Facebook, it's becoming easier to spoil the winners and...

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'24': Who's REALLY Dead?

'24,' a show known for cutting corners occasionally on time (Can Jack really get from the Valley to CTU in under 10 mins?), is still based on a real-to-life world; when a person gets shot, they usually are gone for good. That's what is so effective about its premise: Thoroughly developing characters that grab the attention of the audience, be it good or bad, and allow fate to run its deathly...

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'Glee' Renewed for Second Season; Here's a Wish List for 5 More

'Glee' is on a roll, and we're not just talking about the wheelchair-bound, soul-singing character Artie. Monday morning Fox announced at the Television Critics Association confab that the sweetly buoyant TV phenomenon 'Glee' will return to Fox's 2010 fall line-up for an encore season. The adequately rated program about high school misfits who sing and dance their hearts out has struck a chord...

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DGA Announces TV Nominations

Friday morning the Director's Guild of America announced their picks for the best directed cable and network TV shows in 2009. Among the list there were several surprises, including nominations for many newcomers to the '09 TV schedule, namely 'Modern Family' and 'Glee'. We're also glad to see many prominent critical faves like 'Mad Men' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' well-represented on the list...

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TV Moment of 2009: Rihanna's '20/20' Interview with Diane Sawyer

Rihanna's first sit-down interview after her breakup with Chris Brown stirred h-diane-sawyeralmost as much attention as the initial scandal. Diane Sawyer scored the exclusive for a hotly anticipated, hard-hitting episode of '20/20,' which revealed for the first time exactly what happened on that heated February night when Rihanna's then-boyfriend Brown struck her, and why Rihanna briefly...

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'Atlanta' May Move Forward Without NeNe, Kim

Have reality TV stars NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak been booted from 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta'? Well, possibly ... The New York Daily News has reported that 'Real Housewives' stars NeNe and Kim are allegedly seeking more money to return for the third season of Bravo's hit show. The widely watched cabler is clearly fed up with the diva behavior, and inside sources have even mentioned...

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TV Moment of 2009: "Balloon Boy" Falcon Heene

As far as well-orchestrated publicity stunts go, Balloon Boy, aka Falcon Heene (yes, that's his real name) takes the cake. Playing into the public's fear of child loss and endangerment, the storm-chasing Heene family first reported their six-year-old boy Falcon as trapped in a homemade helium balloon, floating at altitudes nearing 7,000 ft -- thereby setting off a frenzy of media coverage...

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