‘New Girl’ Pushes Fox To Overall Win

By Tim Kenneally Wed Oct 5, 2011 4:33pm EDT LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Fox’s hit sitcom “New Girl” performed on a par with last week’s strong showing and led the network to an overall win for the night, while ABC’s “Body of Proof” showed significant gains and NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” shed some ratings, according […]

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New On DVD This Week: Modern Family, Hawaii Five-0, Castle, The Mentalist

Modern Family America’s favorite extended family is back for even more laughs with ‘Modern Family: The Complete Second Season,’ now available on DVD and Blu-ray. Packed with tons of exclusive features and never-before-seen footage, Modern Family: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray and DVD will satisfy even the most diehard fans. Each set includes all 24 […]

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‘Raising Hope’ Season 2: Whose Big Secret Will Be Revealed?

Flashbacks, secrets revealed, and a good ol’ fashion family vacay to Las Vegas? Yes, we could only be talking about Season 2 of “Raising Hope” (premieres Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 9:30 pm on Fox). Martha Plimpton, who was nominated for an Emmy for her role as Virginia Chance, and “Raising Hope” showrunner Greg Garcia recently […]

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Cloris Leachman Hangs On to Emmy-Winning Record

BY: MIKE CIDONI LENNOX LOS ANGELES – Actress Cloris Leachman already holds the record for most Emmys won by an actor — male or female — with a total of nine. She had a chance to top herself at last week’s Creative Arts Emmy ceremony, set to air this Saturday on ReelzChannel, for her guest-starring […]

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Interview: Martha Plimpton Raising (Emmy) Hope

Young Martha Plimpton – that quirky, yet captivating teenager from “Goonies” and “Parenthood” – might never have imagined she’d earn an Emmy nomination at age 40. For playing a grandma! “Everything happens when it’s supposed to happen,” the actress says. “I don’t think I would be having this much fun if I hadn’t gained some confidence […]

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From ‘Family’ To ‘Parks,’ Here’s Some TV That’s Free From Snark

Don’t take this the wrong way. Shows like “Seinfeld” and “Friends” are some of the most legendary comedies in television history. They were huge hits featuring classic moments starring funny people. They elevated audience expectations for sitcoms in many great ways. In one sense, however, they started an unfortuate TV trend that has been considered […]

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