This sprawling, highly fictional biopic of longtime White House butler Eugene Allen is at once gratuitously sentimental and genuinely rousing.
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Fashionistas be forewarned: TLC's makeover series "What Not To Wear" is coming to a close after ten seasons and will end its run this summer. Skein, which bowed in 2003 and is produced by BBC…
TLC is launching an online event for its long-running hit "What Not to Wear" that offers a twist in TV and social media synergy: during the show's first-ever studio audience taping, fans will be able…
TLC is launching an online-only event for its long-running hit "What Not to Wear" that offers a new take on TV and social media synergy: During the show's first-ever studio-audience taping, fans will…
If the absorbing American Experience documentary "Clinton" were a book, people would rush directly to the index and look up "Monica Lewinsky" and "sex scandal," which does, indeed, encompass a…
ABC has set Sept. 23 as the end date for long-running soap "All My Children."
ABC is making the long-anticipated move of canceling long-running soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," the network announced Thursday.
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