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    A new NBC hospital show might have you pondering TV's propensity for producing medical dramas that all look the same after a while.
  • New For Fall: 'Manifest's' Destiny Could Be Success For NBC
    The show's principal challenge is to make its farfetched premise believable and plausible.
  • Emmy Awards Were A Drag, But They Get A+ For Diversity
    Diversity took center stage Monday night as Emmy awards were bestowed on a wide variety of performers and programs of every stripe.
  • New (And Old) For Fall: New 'Magnum' Works Hard To Impress
    The action in the premiere episode seems intended to persuade audiences that this is not their grandfather's "Magnum."
  • This Year's Emmy Show Has All The Platforms Covered
    The nominees represent what you might call the four types of TV platforms prevalent today -- broadcast networks, basic cable, pay-cable and streaming.
  • Hulu Mars Series Brings Sean Penn To Television
    The series is called "The First," and it deals with the first manned mission to the red planet -- a fictional mission, to be sure.
  • 50 Years Since Its Premiere, Remembering 'Julia'
    The introduction of a TV series centered around a strong African-American female character was revolutionary in 1968.
  • Eye On CBS: Without Moonves, The Future Is In Flux
    CBS today is primarily in the broadcast television business -- operating a network, owning stations and selling syndicated shows.
  • Another One Bites The Dust: Moonves, King Of TV, Is Dethroned
    The ouster of Leslie Moonves from CBS was never in doubt. It was a question of "when," not "if."
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    Last week, CNN began promoting the upcoming final season of "Parts Unknown," set to get underway later this month.
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