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September 5, 2015


Chuck to return in January

by Brad Trechak, posted Nov 20th 2009 11:31AM
ChuckChuck will be returning to the airwaves on NBC on Sunday January 10th at 8 PM. The third season will start with a two-hour premiere and then the show will be on again the following night in its regular timeslot right after Heroes. This is three hours of Chuck over two days.

The pity is that Chuck is actually a good show and Heroes hasn't been as such since the first season. Perhaps Heroes should be the lead-in for Chuck? With the boost in the number of episodes and the guest-stars galore slated for the coming season, it's a very exciting time to be a Chuckaholic like me. This could also be a sign that NBC is giving more support for Chuck and less for the dying Heroes.

Zachary Levi is great in his role and Yvonne Strahovski is much fun to look at, but what really makes the show is Adam Baldwin. Perhaps John Casey should get his own show? Nah. He's better as a foil for Chuck Bartowski.

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Court TV is now TruTV

by Adam Finley, posted Jul 12th 2007 11:42AM

gavelWe told you it was going to happen. Court TV has changed its name, and it will no longer answer to "Court TV." From now on when you call you must ask for TruTV, the brand new name that also symbolizes a new direction for the channel when it re-launches with its new sexy look January 1, 2008.

Look, at this point I no longer care about networks sticking to programming that adheres to the name of the network. Cartoon Network is airing live-action stuff, AMC is focusing more on original series and less on movies, and I'm pretty sure Animal Planet is starting to give equal time to series about fruits and vegetables. All I care about is good programming, I don't really care what channel it's on. Hell, one of my favorite new shows, Ice Road Truckers, is on the History Channel. It has nothing to do with history, but I don't care.

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M*A*S*H coming to TV Land

by Adam Finley, posted Sep 23rd 2006 1:01PM
mashI think I can say with some certainty that whatever cable or satellite provider you use, you probably have at least one channel that airs episodes of M*A*S*H on a fairly regular basis. Well, if you also have TV Land you'll have even more chances to catch the men and women of the 4077 because episodes of the long-running series will be hitting that channel starting in January. The match makes sense, I guess, because you don't get much more "classic TV" than M*A*S*H, but is there really much of a point when the series is already rather ubiquitous on the TV landscape anyway? It's not as if TV Land has exclusive rights to the episodes. Eh, whatever, when I get that occasional itch to watch M*A*S*H it'll give my TiVo more chances to catch an episode or two.

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A couple pieces of Reno 911! news

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 2nd 2006 8:59AM
reno 911Anna reported last January that Reno 911! would be coming to theaters as Reno 911!: Miami. In a recent interview, Thomas Lennon, who plays Dangle on the series, said the movie would be out on Januray 19 of 2007, which isn't terribly far off, so that's good news for all of us Reno fanatics. Lennon says we'll see a lot more skin in the movie than we do on the TV show, and that there's even a lenghty love scene between Dangle and Wiegel. Basically, the movie is going to be much raunchier than the TV show, which just makes me want to see it even more. Also good news: there will be a fifth season of the series.

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