Terrorist Attacks: A Universal Television Event

By DAVID BAUDER, AP Television Writer NEW YORK — The first indication of the horrors to come was a single camera shot that suddenly appeared on television sets throughout the world: a skyscraper bathed in the morning sun, smoke pouring from a ragged hole in its side. The images grew even worse, as the entire […]

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Henry Rollins To Host Exotic Animal TV Show

By Marisa Guthrie LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Nat Geo Wild has recruited diversified punk rocker Henry Rollins to host one of the four new series in development at the nascent cable network. Rollins will host “Animal Underworld,” which features people who own exotic animals as well as those who eat them. He visits Arizona’s […]

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Watch: Nat Geo’s ‘Taboo’ Showcases Adult Baby

Meet Stanley: A 29-year-old California man whose idea of relaxation is role-playing as a baby. Stanley’s story of non-sexual infantalism (as it’s medically known) will be shared tonight at 9/8c on National Geographic’s new series “Taboo.” Watch below as he sleeps in a crib, plays with Legos and toy soldiers in his nursery, sucks on […]

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Fox Networks Exec’s Exit Triggers Reorganization

LOS ANGELES – The longtime chief executive of the Fox Networks Group is stepping down, triggering a reorganization for the TV unit of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. News Corp. announced Thursday that Tony Vinciquerra (VINZ’-uh-khwar-uh) will leave next month after serving as chairman and CEO of Fox Networks Group since 2002. Chase Carey, chief operating […]

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