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What to Watch: TV Picks for December 12-18

by Laura Prudom, posted Dec 11th 2011 2:00PM

'Fear Factor' (8PM ET, NBC)
season premiere
The anxiety-inducing competition series returns to NBC with all-new episodes featuring new stunts to test the stamina and nerves of the contestants. Advancements in technology have allowed the producers to develop challenges that are more fantastic than ever before -- such as the ominously titled "Towering Inferno" and the "Helicopter TNT Crash."

'Enlightened' (9.30PM ET, HBO) season finale
Amy persuades Levi to seek treatment after he has a late-night breakdown and at work, she challenges Dougie to make a presentation to Damon's group, regardless of the outcome. She also finds an unlikely ally to help her improve the environment at Abaddon.

'Hawaii Five-0' (10PM ET, CBS) midseason finale
On the eve of Chin Ho's wedding to Malia, the Five-0's investigation into a man left for dead in an abandoned WWII bunker crosses paths with Capt. Fryer's case of a Jane Doe.

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HBO Announces 'Angry Boys' Premiere Date

by Jean Bentley, posted Aug 25th 2011 4:05PM
Angry Boys'Angry Boys,' the latest series to come from the twisted mind of Australian Chris Lilley, finally has a Stateside premiere date.

The new show, which stars Lilley as six different characters, "explores the lives, dreams and aspirations of males in present-day society," according to HBO. It'll debut its 12-episode season Mon., Dec. 5.

HBO announced it would produce 'Angry Boys' alongside Lilley after the network aired his first crossover success, the cult hit 'Summer Heights High,' in 2008.

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'The Life and Times of Tim' Is Saved! HBO Picks Up Show for Third Season

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 17th 2010 11:00AM
The Life and Times of Tim'The Life & Times of Tim' lives again! After being canceled by HBO, the show was shopped around before finding a home at ... HBO.

Yes, according to Deadline Hollywood, the premium cable channel has picked up the animated series for a 10-episode third season.

The project from MRC and Good Humor TV was canceled by HBO in June and shopped around to TBS, Comedy Central and Adult Swim before landing back at HBO.

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HBO Cancels 'The Life and Times of Tim'

by Mike Moody, posted Jun 4th 2010 1:20PM
life and times of tim hboHBO has canceled 'The Life and Times of Tim,' but the show's producers hope to resurrect the offbeat animated comedy on another cable network.

MRC, the company behind the series, is pitching 'Tim' to Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, TBS and other cable nets. According to Deadline, more than one outlet is interested in picking up the show. The pickup deal would include all existing 20 episodes and a potential new season.

The series was originally produced for Fox in 2007, but the network passed on the pilot. Comedy Central showed some early interest, but HBO eventually gave the show a 10-episode order in 2008.

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The Transient Life of Animators

by Ryan McKee, posted May 27th 2010 3:06PM
If a television writer's credits read 'The Sarah Silverman Program,' 'Dora the Explorer' and 'Breaking Bad,' that person would be the most versatile anomaly in entertainment history. However, for many animators, that kind of content diversity among the shows they work on is a just part of the job.

Newlyweds Mike and Anna Hollingsworth are both animators. Over their collective fifteen years working in the industry, they have worked on shows for HBO, Disney, MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and Cartoon Network. Anna just worked on the first season of 'The Ricky Gervais Show,' then immediately jumped to the children's game show, 'BrainSurge,' and will return for the second season of 'Gervais.'

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HBO Sets Premiere Date for 'The Life and Times of Tim'

by Rebecca Paiement, posted Dec 16th 2009 11:15AM
On Feb. 19, The HBO animated comedy 'The Life and Times of Tim' will kick off its second season. Variety reports that the series, created by Steve Dildarian, has been off the air since Nov. 2008 but is currently producing 10 new episodes.

Dildarian voices Tim, a twenty something New Yorker who gets in and out of awkward work and personal situations, often with his girlfriend, Amy (Mary Jane Otto). Each half hour show consists of two, fifteen minute segments, and has included guest voices by the likes of Bob Saget and Jeff Garlin. Well-meaning Tim can't seem to avoid loose canon New Yorkers such as his boss at Omnicorp who, in one episode, requests that Tim pretend to be Hispanic. Tim also tries to help muggers, accidentally louses up the mailman's life and spars with an elderly man on the bus.

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