Posts Tagged “CBS”

And the nominees are … (Part 2)

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Oh, Emmy. How you constantly elude hard-working actors and intelligent writers. Each year, you poke your head through the curtain to announce which shows were the ones we should have been paying attention to all year, which actors and actresses we should have been lusting after as the months passed by, and, of course, which reality show host not named Jeff Probst will be disappointed after losing for another year in a row (though not this year, but we'll get to that below). The Academy of ... read more

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Upfronts 2012, Part 4 – CBS

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Our upfront coverage comes to an end, nearly one month after upfronts week actually happened (hey - with a "Mad Men" project and a strict Netflix Pix schedule, what can you do?) with CBS, America's most-watched network. Or, as Charlie Sheen calls it, "The Most Recent Line On My Resume Under The 'Previous Experience' Heading." We've taken a look at ABC, FOX and NBC over the course of the last month, and of all the four major networks, CBS has the least amount of work to do, considering its stranglehold ... read more

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A reason to be mad about March Madness

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This, right here, is my sad face. Naturally, you can't see it. Had I any idea how to make those cute faces most of you cooler, younger people know how to make with your colons, semicolons and commas, I would have offered it up. But I am neither cool nor young. So instead, you get that sentence. What's the cause for the long face, you ask? From Jason McIntyre at my most favorite-est sports blog in the whole, wide world (and who once was evennice enough to grant a budding chap like myself ... read more

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Upfronts 2011, Part 4 — CBS

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We round up our upfronts coverage on this particular blog by taking a look at the No. 1 network on television, CBS. To recap for the three of you still reading, we (and by we, I mean I, the dude in the upper right corner) have already pondered the kind of effect former Showtime wizard Bob Greenblatt will have on NBC's programming, the sad cancellation of Fox's "America's Most Wanted" and ABC's insistence upon old dogs (see what I did there?) still being entertaining enough to put on television. As ... read more

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