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A&E Renews 'Steven Seagal: Lawman'

by Aimee Deeken, posted Feb 19th 2010 12:45PM
Steven Seagal: LawmanSteven Seagal will return to A&E to offer up another dose of his reality.

The network has renewed the docudrama 'Steven Seagal: Lawman' for a 16-episode second season, three more episodes than the initial outing, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The program will again feature the real-life deputy and his Sheriff's Office colleagues protecting the people of Jefferson Parish in New Orleans, Louisiana. This time the production filmed during Mardi Gras. No word yet on whether his martial-arts skills helped keep the peace during the revelry.

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Bonnie Hunt Asks Steven Seagal: 'Did You Ever Kill Anyone?' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Jan 29th 2010 5:30PM
Steven Seagal talks killing on 'The Bonnie Hunt Show' Things got a little dicey on 'The Bonnie Hunt Show' when Bonnie asked Steven Seagal if he ever killed anyone. He skirted the question at first, but when she pressed him, asking if he'd ever "dimmed the lights," he said, "You're on my hit list now!"

"You saw my fancy work," said Bonnie, motioning a few karate chops. "You know I can take you, Steven." Watch Seagal on 'Lawman' (Wed., 10PM ET on A&E).

Watch the video after the jump.

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What's On Tonight: Old Christine, Mercy, Friday Night Lights, Leverage

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 13th 2010 12:22PM
Modern Family
  • At 8, CBS has a new Old Christine, then new episodes of Gary Unmarried, Criminal Minds, and CSI: NY.
  • NBC has a new Mercy, followed by new episodes of Law and Order: SVU and The Jay Leno Show.
  • FOX has a new American Idol at 8.
  • PBS has a new episode of The Human Spark at 8, followed by a new Great Performances.
  • At 8:30, ABC has a new episode of The Middle, then new episodes of Modern Family, Cougar Town, and Ugly Betty.
  • At 9, DirecTV 101 has a new Friday Night Lights.
  • TBS has four new episodes of Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns at 9.
  • History Channel has a new, two-hour MonsterQuest at 9.
  • There's a new Ghost Hunters International at 9 on Syfy.
  • Showtime has a new Inside The NFL at 9.
  • At 9:30, A&E has a new Dog The Bounty Hunter, followed by a new Steven Seagal: Lawman.
  • At 10, TNT has the premiere of Leverage.
  • FX has a new Nip/Tuck at 10.
  • Bravo has a new Launch My Line at 10.
  • TV Land has the season premiere of High School Reunion at 10.
  • Also at 10: MTV has a new episode of The Real World.
  • At 10:30, Comedy Central has a new Tosh.0.

Check your local TV listings for more.

After the jump, the late night talk shows.

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What's On Tonight: Charlie Brown, Inside The NFL, Real World

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 30th 2009 12:12PM
Eastwick
  • Travel Channel has a Man vs. Food marathon all night.
  • At 8, ABC has Happy New Year, Charlie Brown.
  • ESPN has the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl at 8, Arizona vs. Nebraska.
  • At 9, PBS has a new P.O.V.
  • Discovery has two new episodes of Everest: Beyond the Limit at 9.
  • History Channel has two new episodes of Jobsite at 9.
  • Also at 9: Showtime has a new Inside The NFL.
  • At 9:30, A&E has a new Dog The Bounty Hunter, followed by a new Steven Seagal: Lawman.
  • At 10, ABC has a new Eastwick.
  • TBS has two new episodes of Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns at 10.
  • MTV has the season premiere of The Real World at 10.
  • TLC has a new episode of The Imploders at 10.

Check your local TV listings for more.

After the jump, the late night talk shows.

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What's On Tonight: Faith Hill, Great Performances, Meet The Browns

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 23rd 2009 12:01PM
  • Steven SeagalAt 8, CBS has A Home For The Holidays with Faith Hill.
  • TNT has the Patrick Stewart A Christmas Carol at 8.
  • TCM has To Have and Have Not at 8, then The Big Sleep.
  • Lifetime Movie Network has Comfort and Joy at 8, followed by Recipe For a Perfect Christmas.
  • At 9, PBS has a new Great Performances.
  • A&E has a new Dog The Bounty Hunter at 9, followed by a new Steven Seagal: Lawman.
  • Also at 9: Showtime has a new Inside The NFL.
  • At 10, NBC has a new Jay Leno Show.
  • TLC has the premiere of Accidental Fortune at 10.
  • Bravo has a new Launch My Line at 10.
  • At 10:30, TBS has a new Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns.

Check your local TV listings for more.

After the jump, the late night talk shows.

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Sneak Peek: Lawman is now called Justified

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 16th 2009 4:30PM
A while back we posted a clip from Timothy Olyphant's new FX drama Lawman. Well, the network has changed the show's name to Justified. No idea why. They've also released this trailer for the show, which starts in March. I already love it.

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What's On Tonight: Mercy, Ghost Hunters, Barbara Walters, Top Chef

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 9th 2009 12:16PM
  • The MiddleAt 8, ABC has Shrek the Halls, followed by new episodes of The Middle, Modern Family, and Cougar Town and then Barbara Walters Presents The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2009.
  • CBS has a new Old Christine at 8, then new episodes of Gary Unmarried, Criminal Minds, and CSI: NY.
  • NBC has new episodes of Mercy, Law and Order: SVU, and The Jay Leno Show.
  • FOX has a new So You Think You Can Dance at 8, followed by the fall finale of Glee.
  • ABC Family has Santa Claus is Comin' To Town at 8, then Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer & The Island of Misfit Toys.
  • Also at 8: BBC America has a new Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares.
  • At 9, Bravo has the season finale of Top Chef, followed by a new Launch My Line.
  • DirecTV 101 has a new Friday Night Lights at 9.
  • Discovery has a new Mythbusters at 9.
  • A&E has a new Dog The Bounty Hunter at 9, then two new episodes of Steven Seagal: Lawman.
  • Syfy has a new Ghost Hunters at 9, followed by a new Ghost Hunters Academy.
  • History Channel has a new episode of The Nostradamus Effect at 9, followed by a new MysteryQuest.
  • Showtime has a new Inside the NFL at 9.
  • At 10, FX has a new Nip/Tuck.
  • TBS has two new episodes of Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns at 10.
  • There's a new Dinner: Impossible on Food Network at 10.
  • Sundance has a new Spectacle: Elvis Costello With... at 10.
  • At 11, G4 has the series premiere of Campus PD.

Check your local TV listings for more.

After the jump, the late night talk shows.

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What's On Tonight: Rudolph, The Middle, Ghost Hunters, Lawman

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 2nd 2009 12:16PM
  • GleeAt 7, ABC Family has Pixar Short Films (repeated at 9).
  • At 8, CBS has Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, followed by The Grammy Nominations Concert Live.
  • NBC has Christmas in Rockefeller Center at 8.
  • FOX has a new So You Think You Can Dance at 8, then a new Glee.
  • Cartoon Network has a new Destroy Build Destroy at 8.
  • Hallmark has The Christmas Choir at 8, followed by I'll Be Home For Christmas.
  • BBC Amercia has the season premiere of Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares at 8, then the season finale of Mary Queen of Shops.
  • At 8:30, ABC has a new episode of The Middle.
  • At 9, DirectTV 101 has a new Friday Night Lights.
  • Discovery has a new Mythbusters.
  • A&E has the season premiere Dog The Bounty Hunter at 9, then the series premiere of Steven Seagal: Lawman (two episodes).
  • Food Network has a new Throwdown with Bobby Flay at 9.
  • Syfy has a new Ghost Hunters at 9, followed by a new Ghost Hunters Academy.
  • Fine Living has a new Whatever, Martha at 9.
  • There's a new Inside the NFL on Showtime at 9.
  • At 10, ABC has a new Eastwick.
  • NBC has a new Jay Leno Show at 10.
  • TBS has a new Tyler Perry's House of Payne at 10, followed by a new Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns.
  • FX has a new Nip/Tuck at 10.
  • Travel Channel has a new Man vs. Food at 10.
  • Current has a new Vanguard at 10.
  • Also at 10: Bravo has a new Top Chef: Las Vegas, then the series premiere of Launch My Line.

Check your local TV listings for more.

After the jump, the late night talk shows.

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FX sets midseason schedule: Damages to Mondays, Nip/Tuck finale in March, and more

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Dec 1st 2009 4:01PM
Glenn Close as Patty Hewes in FX's 'Damages.'Hot on the heels of FOX, its parent company's midseason schedule announcement, FX today released their upcoming schedule after the ball drops for 2010.

For the most part, the basic cable network's upcoming slate of originals is what everyone expected, save for one fairly big surprise.

Full details and premiere dates after the jump.

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FX Picks Up 'Reconstruction'

by Michael D. Ayers, posted Nov 5th 2009 2:15PM
Peter HortonFX is going back in time -- way back -- to the post-Civil War era.

The Hollywood Reporter confirms that the cable network is developing 'Reconstruction,' a period-drama set in Missouri after the Civil War. Industry veteran Joshua Brand ('St. Elsewhere'; 'Northern Exposure') will write the project, with Emmy nominee Peter Horton ('thirtysomething'; 'Grey's Anatomy') on tap to direct.

Leading the show will be Jason, a character who "seeks refuge" in Missouri after serving in the Civil War. No word yet on who will play the role.

It is being reported that the idea sparked from conversations between Brand and Horton about the current economic and political climates. The allegory of the Western, they decided, was the perfect backdrop to tell that story.

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Sneak Peek: FX's Lawman

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 12th 2009 8:02AM
When I first heard that FX had greenlit a new series starring Timothy Olyphant as a marshal, I thought that it was going to be a classic western, set in the 1880s and featuring cowboys and saloons and street gunfights. Well, the preview is below, and while Olyphant still plays a marshal, Lawman is a contemporary drama. Looks good, though.

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Fox May Bring 'The X Factor' to the U.S. & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Sep 24th 2009 10:43AM
Simon Cowell X Factor FoxFox is negotiating a deal with Simon Cowell to bring 'The X Factor' to the U.S., the CW renews 'One Tree Hill' for a full season, 'SNL''s Jim Breuer lands a new deal with NBC and more of today's top TV headlines.

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Steven Seagal has been a cop for 20 years?!?

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Sep 10th 2009 1:29PM

Steven SeagalThe world has officially been turned upside down for me.

Apparently when he's not making bad-ass movies like Under Siege, Exit Wounds, or my personal favorite, Today You Die, Steven Seagal is a Deputy Sheriff in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana and he's been doing it for 20 years.

Can it get better? Yes. Starting in December, A&E is sending cameras along with him.

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TV Squad's complete 2009-10 fall season premiere calendar

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 3rd 2009 12:04PM
GleeThe networks have had a quiet summer, quietly introducing scripted bomb after scripted bomb, so they're certainly ready to jump into the new fall season. And It looks to be an interesting one. ABC is scheduling a two-hour block of new comedies on Wednesdays as the sitcom tries to make a comeback.

Even more risky is NBC handing 10:00 to Jay Leno every night of the week. Everyone's waiting to see how that one plays out. FOX is banking on huge positive buzz for Glee to make it a hit, while ABC is hoping FlashForward can pick up where Lost is leaving off when it wraps its run this season.

To help you with it all, TV Squad has put together a handy calendar of all the premieres so you can schedule responsibly in this busy time of TV watching. Some nights have as many as twelve premieres scheduled, so you might need to invest in a few more DVRs to catch all your favorites; Monday's still look grim. Bookmark this page and you'll have it handy to help see you through.

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FX showrunners take turns tearing NBC a new one - TCA Report

by Joel Keller, posted Aug 8th 2009 7:01AM
FX Showrunners Panel
FX held panels for Archer and Sons of Anarchy on Friday morning, but by then press tour fatigue had set in, and the energy in the room was low for both. It was especially low for Archer, a Adult Swim-esque spy cartoon by the creator of Sealab 2021 that most of the critics hadn't yet seen. The panel seemed to be more content with answering with wise-ass remarks that made themselves laugh but the just served to make us tired masses annoyed.

Things perked up, though, when the network presented five of its show-runners to talk about what it's like to develop edgy dramas for basic cable. But since the theme of the week has invariably been "Leno at 10," the questions often came back to the fact that NBC with one fell swoop wiped out five hours of scripted drama per week. And the show-runners took every opportunity to bash the Peacock for it.

And it got ugly: "I feel they should take the American flag down in front of the building and just put up a white one," said Rescue Me's Peter Tolan, "because they've clearly given up."

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