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Artist to Watch: America’s Got Talent’s Grace VanderWaal

There was a time when I was obsessed with reality competitive shows.  Everything from Survivor to Project Runway–my family watched them religiously.  But with the creation of so many shows, it became too much. Would Spencer make it through Tribal ...

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‘House of Cards’ returns with a secret agenda

Power has not been kind to the Underwoods. The third season of the Netflix political drama “House of Cards” debuted on Friday with a slow trudge through the monotony of political life. Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) rose from congressional leader ...

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What to Watch Wednesday: The top picks for tonight’s primetime television

 (yes, actual live TV) “blackish” (ABC) 9 p.m. Executive producer and star Anthony Anderson’ s hit comedy provides the right amount of laughs and satirical moments with its take on what it’s like for a successful black man and his ...

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What to Watch Wednesday

The top picks for tonight’s primetime television (yes, actual live TV) “American Idol” (FOX)  8 p.m. Auditions continue for the show’s 14th season, and those who have watched from the beginning know that the auditions are usually more entertaining than ...

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Kernels of [Pop] Culture

Remake nabs its “Ghostbusters” The all-female lead cast is set to bring the classic ‘80s comedy back on screen with the likes of Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon. Director Paul Feig will join forces again with funny ...

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Hollywood Revisits The Past

Movie Remakes and TV Reboots are in the works for 2014 entertainment At one time, Hollywood had an imagination. Hollywood once produced original television shows and films that have stood the test of time, but somewhere along the line, Tinsel ...

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Movie roundup: Theater, DVDs and TV

Collegian Staff Writer Zack Edwards gives a preview of upcoming movies and DVD releases, such as "Identity Thief" and "Side Effects."

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Spring into TV

Through all the Golden Globes and Oscar talk, TV is still bringing America’s favorite shows to the small screen. Critically acclaimed returning shows, much-anticipated new shows, and the absence of canceled shows will all have an impact on what TV audiences watch this spring.

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“There is a soldier in all of us”

At 12:01 a.m. on Nov. 9, 2010, Call of Duty: Black Ops, hit retailers worldwide. Its predecessor, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, raked in $401 million--the largest single-day sales record in entertainment history.

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Parents TV Council right about ‘Glee’ photos

There is no doubt that most of the news-watching world has seen the ruckus stirred by GQ’s most recent spread. “Glee” stars Lea Michele, Dianna Agron and Cory Monteith were most recently photographed in GQ’s November issue. In case you haven’t seen it, Agron and Michele are photographed wearing skimpy clothes, clinging to Monteith like desperate hussies, and otherwise engaging in shenanigans that The Parents Television Council called, “near-pornographic pedophilia.”

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Back to school, back to shows

New TV shows, as well as old favorites, rule the small screen this fall.

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Reality shows deliver diversions

The emergence of reality TV has taken off in recent years, from average Joes volunteering to be stranded on a far away island to B-list celebrities dancing or sobering up for all America to watch.

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Possible regulations on energy efficiency for TVs

The California Energy Commission (CEC) has proposed tightening restrictions on energy efficiency for televisions.

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Why I started watching “Mad Men”

Whenever I am flipping through channels, I always see advertisements or references to the AMC hit show "Mad Men." It always intrigued me, but it seemed like I never had the time to tune in. So I resolved to watch season three of "Mad Men." And I am impressed.

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Imagining me — through TV

IN A MONTH I’VE GROWN POT, BEEN A HOUSEWIFE ON a cul-de-sac, become a serial killer, worked at a funeral parlor, and most recently, discovered I had superpowers — if only in my imagination.

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