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NBC Announces 2011-2012 TV Schedule

by Jean Bentley, posted May 15th 2011 2:15PM
ChuckThis afternoon, NBC announced its complete programming lineup and schedule for the fall 2011 TV season. Six new series -- three comedies and three dramas -- will debut later this year, with six more shows ready for mid-season.

The major changes include 'Chuck' moving from its Monday time slot to Friday nights at 8PM (for a final season of 13 episodes), while Monday nights get all-new two-hour episodes of 'The Sing-Off' (not just a December thing anymore) before the brand-new drama 'The Playboy Club.'

Wednesday gets two new half-hour sitcoms at 8PM, 'Up All Night' with Christina Applegate, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph, and 'Free Agents,' with 'Harry's Law' as a buffer before the more serious 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' (which may or may not eventually feature Jennifer Love Hewitt as a detective).

The network has abandoned its three-hour Thursday night comedy block, but most interestingly isn't bringing back '30 Rock' until mid-season. (Possibly to accommodate for star Tina Fey's maternity leave?) New sitcom 'Whitney' debuts after the office, with the new drama 'Prime Suspect' taking the 10PM slot. After the jump, see what else NBC has in store for the new TV season.

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May 2011 Finale Dates: When Will My Favorite Show End?

by Rich Keller, posted May 1st 2011 9:00AM
SmallvilleHow the logical movement of seconds and minutes soars! Doesn't it seem like only days ago when we all perched in front of our flat screens to watch the season premieres of our favorite shows?

The May Sweeps period is upon us and thus the month is chock full of finales for those same favorite programs. Like many seasons prior, most of the shows will say goodbye toward the middle of the month. There are also a few shows who will not be returning to the airwaves after the season ends, either due to their logical end or the fall of the figurative axe by network executives.

Here's a comprehensive list of every May season and series finale for the 2010-2011 television season.

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NBC Postpones 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' Return Indefinitely

by Kelly Woo, posted Jan 18th 2011 6:45PM
Law and Order Los angelesLooks like justice is on hold in Hollywood. In a press release, NBC announced it is postponing the Feb. 8 return of 'Law & Order: Los Angeles.'

The shelving comes on the heels of major shake-ups to the cast, including the departure of star Skeet Ulrich. The show is now on hold indefinitely.

The postponement produced ripple effects across NBC's schedule. 'Parenthood,' which had been set to move to Mondays on March 1, will stay in its Tuesday 10PM timeslot for the rest of the season.

'America's Next Great Restaurant' will now premiere on Sun., March 6 at 8PM ET. And 'The Marriage Ref,' which was scheduled to return for a second season at that time, is also on hold until a later date.

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Masters Golf TV Schedule 2010 and TV Coverage

by Chantal Thomas, posted Apr 8th 2010 3:00AM
Tiger Woods Masters 2010The 2010 Masters Golf Tournament is host to over 90 famed professional and amateur golfers from around the world. After much of the media spectacle surrounding the Tiger Woods scandal, Tiger is finally back on the green ready to reclaim his title. Played annually at the Augusta National Golf Club, the Masters is set to achieve the highest ratings of any major golf tournament ever this year.

If you wish to tune in, here is the Masters 2010 TV schedule at your fingertips:

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ALCS Schedule 2009 - TV Coverage of Angels vs. Yankees

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 13th 2009 12:43AM
It'll be West Coast vs. East Coast, red vs. blue, as the Los Angeles Angels meet the New York Yankees in a best-of-seven series to determine baseball's American League Championship Series title.

To get to the ALCS, the Angels swept the Boston Red Sox in three games to win the American League West, whereas the Yankees swept the Minnesota Twins to win the American League East. The Yankees, with the better regular-season record (103-59), will have home field advantage over the Angels (97-65).

This is only the third time that the Angels and Yankees have met in the postseason; the Angels have won the previous matchups (both ALDS series), in 2002 and 2005.

All ALCS games will be televised by FOX. See below for the full ALCS schedule and TV coverage info.

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NLCS Schedule 2009 - TV Coverage of Dodgers vs. Phillies

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 13th 2009 12:02AM
It's pennant time! Having won their respective divisons -- the Dodgers over the St. Louis Cardinals in a three-game sweep, the Phillies over the Colorado Rockies by three games to one -- the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Philadelphia Phillies will now meet in a best-of-seven series to determine baseball's National League Championship Series title.

The Dodgers, with the better regular-season record (95-67), will have home field advantage over the Phillies (93-69). It's the second straight NLCS meeting between the two teams, and the fifth overall; the Phillies won last year's matchup by four games to one.

All NLCS games will be televised by TBS. See below for the full NLCS schedule and TV coverage info.

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Things I Hate About TV: Network execs

by Bob Sassone, posted May 17th 2007 11:03AM
TV setOf course, I should say not all network execs because some of them, some place, somewhere, actually do love television and understand you have to give shows time to develop. This is for the other 93% of them.

The network upfronts this week are showing that network executives are the ultimate politicians, tossing around both praise and excuses and bullshit like they were running for Congress. Sure, the networks want to make money, and "spin" is a part of any business. But take a look at some of the comments we've heard this week:

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What to watch Mon., Jan. 15

by Kelly Woo, posted Jan 15th 2007 10:10AM
Golden Globe Awards

Stars -- they're just like us. They go to parties, get wasted and say things they shouldn't, too. That's what makes the Golden Globes the best awards show. Not only do we see movie and TV stars in the same room (Leo and Lilly! McDreamy and Meryl!), the celebs really let loose. Steve Carell, Hugh Laurie and Geena Davis all gave hilarious speeches last year.

Check out TV Squad's picks to win in each category.

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If you could only watch one network, which one would it be?

by Bob Sassone, posted Sep 27th 2006 1:29PM

The OfficeI was thinking of this scenario the other day. What if the FCC or the cable providers or the God of Television (stay with me here people) declared that you could only have one TV network coming into your house? Which network would you pick? I'm not talking about throughout history, I'm talking about the networks that exist right now and the shows that exist on the lineups right now.

This is hard for me, because every single network has something that I absolutely love. Well, OK, maybe not The CW, but every other network. ABC has Lost and The Nine coming up, but I didn't pick ABC. CBS has 60 Minutes and Old Christine, but I didn't pick CBS either. CNN has all the latest news, FOX has Family Guy and The Simpsons, and HBO has Entourage, Bill Maher, and movies, but I didn't pick them either.

I'd have to go with NBC. While I like the above networks and shows and would seriously miss them, I could not live without The Office and Studio 60. And it would be nice to be able to still see The NBC Nightly News, SNL (even if it is really lame now), Today, Wimbledon coverage, and My Name Is Earl.

But Letterman, The Price is Right, and the U.S. Open are on CBS. Damn it! Well, I guess I could go over to the house of a friend who has only CBS, right?

Which network would you pick?

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