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A topsy-turvy week -- emphasis on the turvy -- at NBC ended with Christina Applegate departing Peacock NBC sitcom "Up All Night" and midseason drama "Do No Harm" getting pulled from the schedule…
In the latest event of a tumultuous week at NBC, Christina Applegate has departed NBC sitcom "Up All Night," which has been in the process of being reinvented as a multicam show.
Jenni Rivera, the Latin music and TV superstar who was on the cusp of a crossover move into English-lingo TV, died early Sunday after her chartered plane crashed following takeoff in Monterrey…
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Pete Rugolo, an Emmy-winning, Grammy-nominated composer and arranger whose TV themes included "The Fugitive" and "Run for Your Life," died Sunday of age-related causes in Sherman Oaks, Calif. He was…
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