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Eaten alive goes too far

It seems there’s no line television won’t cross. Remember in 1999 when Ed TV starring Matthew McConaughey came out in theatres? It was a film about an everyday guy who is trapped in a reality show about his life.

Goodbye Mrs. Wolowitz

Viewers were in shock and mourning last week at the news of the death of Mrs. Wolowitz. Writers can say they’re still working on how to deal with her passing, but for diehard Big Bang Theory fans, Mrs.

Hollywood reunion mania

Every time I go online, I discover another blast from my TV-ed past. Cast members from shows long gone keep gathering for photo sessions and interviews.

Stalker makes for scary TV

People like to be scared – especially in theatres or at ­Hal­lo­ween. So it’s no surprise that television is always looking for ways to join the screaming crowd and frighten the pee out of us.

How do shows really rate?

Recently, the entertainment industry was told of a small glitch in the TV ratings system in the U.S. Now, when it comes to technology, we’re all used to errors and technical issues creeping up.

The truth behind the masked man

When I was a kid, everyone played the superhero at some point. Wonder Woman was my go-to girl.

Power in th preview

A few years ago, Fox allowed viewers a preview of a new fall show several weeks early. The pilot episode of Glee aired in the summer and by fall, viewers were panting for more Journey remixes and high school angst.

Power in th preview

A few years ago, Fox allowed viewers a preview of a new fall show several weeks early. The pilot episode of Glee aired in the summer and by fall, viewers were panting for more Journey remixes and high school angst.

Playing with Bear in the woods

I recently tucked in for an evening with Bear Grylls out in the wild. For those of you who have not followed this outdoor adventure survivalist through his various forays into television stardom, Bear Grylls is an experience in himself.

Nudity flooding TV airwaves

I’ve never understood the issue with nudity. Not that I’m interested in flashing my tahtahs, mind you.