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Eileen Brennan, the veteran actress best known for roles in "The Last Picture Show," "Private Benjamin" and "Clue," died of bladder cancer in her Burbank home on Sunday. She was 80. Brennan earned…
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With "The Voice" going strong on two nights and "Revolution" looking solid in its return, the Peacock was rolling early. But as the rest of the week illustrated, the net still has much work to do to…
A four-month layoff for NBC’s first-year drama “Revolution” appears to have sapped the show of some of its ratings strength, as it hit a low Monday but still narrowly led its timeslot in young…
CBS was back in control of primetime last week, as the return to originals for its early-week entertainment series pushed the season's No. 1 network past Fox in the young-adult demo.
It took longer than anybody would have expected, but Fox has leapfrogged NBC for second place in the season's demo derby. Three nights of "American Idol" — even if the show isn't the ratings dynamo…
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the 70th annual Golden Globes, airing live on NBC Jan. 13.
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