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If You Could Only Have 3 TV Channels for Life What Would They Be?
I don't know about you but one of the first things I do when I get home is turn on the TV. My Charter DVR is always about 90% Full of High Definition WWE programming. Lately I've had to clear out some space to make room for a few new shows. One of those is the CBS smash hit
Reba McEntire to Star in New TV Series, ‘Malibu Country’
Reba McEntire struck sitcom gold with her first series, the sensibly titled ‘Reba,’ which ran on the WB and CW networks from 2001-2007. She’s concentrated on her music career since ‘Reba’ left the air, releasing a trio of bestselling albums — including her most recent effort, 2010′s ‘All the Women I…
10 Awesome TV Remote Controls for Father’s Day
Is there any home accessory more fought-over than the remote control? TV-loving dads have long had to establish that they are masters of their domain by commandeering the clicker from the kids.
But why should fathers settle for a remote that just changes the channels when they can have one that also …
Tina Fey Hosts ‘Saturday Night Live’ [VIDEOS]
A very funny and pregnant Tina Fey returned to 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend for another round of hosting duties.
As expected, the episode poked fun at the recent death of Osama bin Laden. The night also featured sketches written around Fey's pregnancy, a hilarious spoof of Bravo&…
Ricki Lake Returning to Daytime TV
Former talk show host Ricki Lake is reportedly eyeing a return to daytime television.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Lake, whose eponymous show ran for about 11 years, has signed a development deal with Twentieth Television for a potential launch in fall 2012. (Memo to Katie Couric: Watch your …
Betty White to Host Hidden-Camera Prank Show on NBC
At age 89, Betty White isn't showing any signs of slowing down just yet.
About a year after she famously hosted 'Saturday Night Live,' the multiple Emmy-winning TV star will return to NBC for a new hidden-camera show, tentatively titled 'Betty White’s Off Their Roc…

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