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    Viacom/CBS Entertainment Signs Deal With Darren Star

    ViacomCBS Entertainment & Youth (E&Y) Group today announced an overall production and development deal with “Sex and the City,” “Younger,” “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Melrose Place” creator Darren Star. Star’s overall deal will encompass projects for the E&Y Group’s portfolio for linear and through MTV Studios, all of which will be overseen by Keith Cox, […]

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    Today in TV History: Monday, April 5, 2020

    The inaugural “Tony Awards,” then called “The Perry Awards,” were presented at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City in 1947. “All My Sons” and musical “Finian’s Rainbow” were honored. The food company Swanson & Sons introduced the “TV Dinner” in 1954, which for 98 cents included a Thanksgiving meal of turkey, dressing, peas […]

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    Fashion on TV: 6 TV Shows That Will Give You Serious Wardrobe Envy

    Movies and television are aspirational. It’s a dream come true, pulled from our minds and broadcast across the airwaves. TV shows skip the boring, banal moments in life. Instead, they give us only the juiciest, most exciting moments of human existence. Of course, their fashion sense is going to be on-point. There’s also the fact […]

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    Top TV Shows That Need to Be Remade

    It seems that this decade we are all about the remakes, both with movies and with TV shows, too. Recycling a tried and tested old idea makes great sense, plus it’s easier than coming up with something completely new. At least that is what the networks are hoping for. While we have some pretty amazing […]

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    Cutting the cord won’t be easy for HBO

    From Campaign US: As a fan of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” I was certainly happy to hear the news of an upcoming ninth season on HBO in 2017. After a six-year absence, “Curb” will go down in the record books as the TV show with the longest hiatus between seasons in history. “Curb,” of course, is […]

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