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NBC to stream classic series

by Allison Waldman, posted Feb 20th 2008 10:28AM
MiamiViceIf you're really into watching classic TV on the web, like AOL's fare at In2TV, you're going to be thrilled to hear that NBC today unfurled a line-up of oldies-but-goodies to stream on their entertainment sites -- NBC.com, SCIFI.com, ChillerTV.com and SleuthChannel.com. NBC is providing full episodes, people, streaming and waiting to be viewed, beginning this month. It's quite a variety of shows too (including some crossovers from one site to the other). "These are the kinds of titles we get requests for all the time at the network, and now we're able to give our viewers a new way to watch their favorite classic shows and share them with their friends," said Craig Engler, Senior Vice President, SCIFI.com.

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Six great depictions of writers on TV

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 10th 2007 11:01AM

Sally, Buddy, and Rob

Welcome to TV Squad Lists (formerly 'The Five'), a feature where each blogger has a chance to list his or her own rundown of things in television that stand out from the rest, both good and bad.

TV usually gets the writing profession wrong. I've never understood why, since shows and characters are written by writers themselves. Maybe they think they have to dumb it down for the general audience. That's why you have writers like Jessica Fletcher, who just sits down at the typewriter and the words come out fine and she mails it off to her publisher. This happens all the time on television. And have you ever noticed that when you hear the writing that a writer character has done on a show it's almost always terrible? Why is that?

After the jump are six writer characters on TV that were done correctly.

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So, what are you watching tonight?

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 31st 2006 2:34PM

Darren McGavinIt's Halloween, and even though I'm going to be handing out Halloween candy all night (translation: I haven't gotten a trick or treater in 10 years so I'll be eating all the candy myself as I sit on the couch), I'm going to find some time for TV watching.

I think I'll start off with something funny, so I'll put in that NewsRadio episode where Jimmy doesn't want to invite the WNYX gang to the annual Halloween party because nobody (except Matthew, of course) gets into the spirit. Then after that I'm thinking of watching either Fright Night or the original Night Stalker movie with Darren McGavin. Oh, and there's a new Criss Angel Mindfreak that might be worth checking out.

Of course, I have to squeeze in Standoff in there (new time, 8pm), since I'm reviewing it, but am I the only one who is losing patience with this show?

What is everyone else watching tonight?

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New TV on DVD releases today

by Keith McDuffee, posted May 30th 2006 9:20AM
Every Tuesday here on TV Squad , we will highlight the week's TV-on-DVD releases. Some noteworthy releases today, May 30, 2006:
  • numb3rsALF - Season 3
  • ALF: The Animated Series - 20,000 Years In Driving School
  • AlfTales - Alf & The Beanstalk
  • American Muscle Car - Season 2
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender - Book 1: Water, Volume 3
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season 1 (new package); Season 2 (new package); Season 3 (new package); Season 4 (new package) buy Season 5 (new package); Season 6 (new package); Season 7 (new package)
  • Dark Shadows - DVD Collection 24
  • The Doris Day Show - The Doris Day Special; Season 3
  • The Dukes of Hazzard - The Complete 6th Season
  • Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids - Vol 3
  • Gimme a Break! - Season 1 (Canada)
  • Joey - The Complete 1st Season
  • The Kids in the Hall - Season 4
  • Night Stalker - The Complete Series
  • Numb3rs - Season 1
  • Queer as Folk - Season 5 (Final Season)
  • Rollergirls - The Complete Season 1
  • The Tomorrow People - Set 3
  • The Venture Bros. - Season 1
  • Will & Grace - Series Finale

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Dan Curtis dead at 78

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 27th 2006 5:55PM
Dan CurtisIf you're of a certain age, then the name Dan Curtis means something to you. He was one of the producers/directors behind such 70s horror classics as The Night Stalker, The Night Strangler, Dracula and Dark Shadows. Curtis was diagnosed with a brain tumor late last year and died at his home in Brentwood, CA.

Curtis was also producer of many other TV movies and miniseries, including The Winds of War, War and Rememberence, and Saving Milly. And he scared the living shit out of me as a kid with that Karen Black movie Trilogy of Terror. I didn't sleep at all the night I watched that.

Sadly, his wife Norma, who he was married to for over 50 years, died herself two weeks ago.

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Best and Worst of 2005: Anna's List

by Anna Johns, posted Jan 4th 2006 10:00AM

5. CBS Sunday Morning  If you don't watch this, you should. It's old-school television news at its best with in-depth news stories, and lots and lots about the arts. Plus, the original "moment of zen" at the end.
4. The Daily Show  A good way to blow off steam when the news of the day is really getting you down.
3. The Office  This show really came into its own this season, and I just adore all the characters.
2. My Name is Earl  Always good for a one-liner.
1. Lost  They mess with our heads. And we like it!


5. Night Stalker  I couldn't even stomach the first episode of this new show. Sad, because I had such high hopes for it.
4. Extreme Makeover: Home Edition  Too much showmanship, fabricated content (i.e., who can we get to build this house?), and way too much product placement.
3. Britney & Kevin: Chaotic  Quite possibly the most useless piece of crap to air this year.
2. Desperate Housewives  That's right. I can't stand this show. Too many open plotlines that don't interest me at all.
1. Saturday Night Live  It hasn't been funny in years. Except for that Narnia rap everyone is talking about.

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Top TV Stories of 2005: TV on the Internet

by Ryan j Budke, posted Dec 28th 2005 11:10PM
(Part 1 of 5)

It seems like every year at about this time, when everyone is making their big "tech" predictions for next year, someone always says that next year is going to be the year for TV on the internet. While it may not yet be a perfect system, or exactly as we all had expected it to be, whoever predicted that statement last December would be right on the money; 2005 will definitely go down as the year that TV came to the internet. The networks seemed to realize, throughout the year, that this internet thing wasn't going to go away anytime soon, and they ought to go ahead and embrace it. Tie-ins ranging from recaps and commentaries, to downloadable specials and entire episodes, to live tie-ins with game shows started popping up all over the web. And let me tell you, if you think that 2005 was big, wait 'til 2006 -- you ain't seen nothing yet. (Yes I know that's grammatically incorrect, it's from a song people!) On with the show!

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