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October 13, 2015


TV News Daily: NBC Unveils 2009-10 Lineup

by Thomas DiChiara, posted May 4th 2009 12:00PM
SouthlandNBC is shaking things up. The network has unveiled a preliminary peek at its fall lineup, and there are some surprises. Frosh series 'Southland' and 'Parks and Recreation' have been renewed, while the fates of fan faves such as 'My Name Is Earl,' 'Chuck,' 'Medium' and 'Law & Order' are still in limbo. Oh yeah, and the NBC cop drama 'Life'? It's dead.

In other TV news, Jeffrey Dean Morgan says his 'Grey's Anatomy' alter-ego Denny has haunted the halls of Seattle Grace for the last time, and 'The Cleveland Show' gets renewed for a second season (months before the first season even debuts).

See more of today's TV headlines, casting scoops and premiere dates after the jump.

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All Debbie wants for Festivus

by Debra McDuffee, posted Dec 16th 2008 2:25PM
TV Squad's Festivus logoReally, it's almost too much to ask for anything more, when this year has brought so much good TV. You may think I jest here, but if you saw the Dexter season three finale, if you curled up with House a time or two, or have caught even just one episode of The Mentalist, you know what I'm talking about.

When the rest of the shows-a-stinkin' take up the airwaves, there's always TV on DVD. So, really, is it asking too much to want more from TV for Festivus this year? Speaking as a completely selfish TV watcher, I think not. So with wild abandon, here are my Festivus wishes:

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Grey's Anatomy: All By Myself

by Debra McDuffee, posted Dec 4th 2008 11:03PM
Izzie and Denny in bed
(S05E10) Before I even start this review, I've got to vent about the absurd amount of commercials during this episode of Grey's Anatomy. Is it always this bad and I just haven't noticed? Are there always ads every two minutes or so? I found it extremely distracting to be constantly interrupted, especially when there were so many storylines going on tonight.

And we did have a lot to keep track of: Dr. Dixon's appearance, the Izzie / Denny / Alex love triangle, who would be awarded the first solo surgery, Callie's and Sadie's flirting, the medical cases of the week, Yang and Hunt, Sloan and Little Grey, Bailey and Sloan ... I can barely keep track of them all.

Let's break down this episode after the break and try to make some sense of "All By Myself."

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ABC to focus group: you cool with Izzie and Denny falling in love?

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Nov 27th 2008 12:03PM

Katherine Heigl and Jeffrey Dean MorganApparently ABC is weirded out by Izzie having sex with a ghost too. At the very least, they certainly are curious.

According to EW, the alphabet network has started testing audiences with a potential Grey's Anatomy love story between Izzie and the very, very, very not alive Denny Duquette.

Now I know focus groups aren't cheap and since it's Thanksgiving Day, I'm in a very giving mood. So if anyone from ABC is reading this - let me save you some money:

This story BLOWS.

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Grey's Anatomy: jumping the shark?

by Bob Sassone, posted May 29th 2006 6:09PM
Grey's AnatomyIs it possible for a TV show to jump the shark before its first season is even over? TV writer Lee Goldberg thinks that it may have. The L.A. Times has a story about how a lot of people in the medical profession think that the popular ABC medical drama has already gone way over the top. Specifically, they're talking about the season finale and the plot about an intern getting involved with a patient.

I've never seen the show, so I can't say that it has jumped the shark or not. But I guess my first question is: people are actually still using the term "jumping the shark?" That's soooo 2001.

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