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Sweet soph success for 'Blue'

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The sophomore season seems to be the charm for Academy of Television Arts & Sciences voters, who chose “NYPD Blue” to receive the Primetime Emmy Award as outstanding drama series, leaving “ER” facing…

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Review: 'Lucifer's Child'

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Nobody who witnessed Julie Harris' take on Emily Dickinson in her Broadway and TV triumph "The Belle of Amherst" should doubt her ability to fill a stage or screen unassisted. Here she takes on…

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Melting pot boils frosh yakkers

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Will this be a make or break year for “Ricki Lake” and “Jenny Jones” clones? Most syndicators tend to agree the genre has reached a saturation point, with only one of the six new daytime talkshows –…

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Comcast ladles beans for Frank

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Comcast Corp., looking to become a serious player in programming, has turned to former Disney exec Rich Frank to spearhead the cable giant's efforts. Frank will become chairman/CEO of C3 (Comcast…

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Review: 'If Not for You'

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CBS rings the sitcom bell with "If Not For You," adelightfully produced romantic written by co-exec producer Larry Levin. With Elizabeth McGovern and Hank Azaria falling for each other even though…

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CBS signs a Hip sitcom deal

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CBS, still on the prowl for sitcoms that appeal to teens and young adults, has signed a two-year deal with HBO Independent Prods. (HIP), supplier of the hit Fox comedy “Martin.” The deal highlights…

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