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The lure of latenight

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The "satire circuit," as it's coming to be called, is turning out to be both a lure and a trap for politicos. "Several years ago, the satire shows were a phenomenon," says former Reagan aide and…

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    America's Got Talent

    Rating: 2.5

    Share: 8

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    Big Brother

    Rating: 2.3

    Share: 8

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    Dancing With The Stars

    Rating: 2.1

    Share: 7

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Review: 'The Path to 9/11'

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Perhaps unavoidably, ABC's "The Path to 9/11" plays like a compendium of movies and documentaries surrounding that fateful day -- a pinch of "United 93" here, a dollop of "World Trade Center" there.

Fox footy on the bench

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Pay TV platform Foxtel will give its Australian Football League channel the boot when the season ends on Sept. 30, and it has laid the blame on its wrangle with the free-to-air webs over the price of…

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New anchor calls to Gauls

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Gallic TV auds are just wild about TF1's first black news anchor, Harry Roselmack. The 33-year-old Martinique-born journalist was hired as part of a drive to give France's minorities more visibility…

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Review: 'Happy Hour'

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Each pilot season delivers at least one real head-scratcher of the "How did that get on?" variety, and "Happy Hour" is certainly it -- a witless comedy throwback that can't be easily described in…

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  7. 9,900