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How Netflix Hijacked That ‘Laugh-In’ Legacy
2 months ago

How Netflix Hijacked That ‘Laugh-In’ Legacy

“Laugh-In” did more than sock it to a generation of viewers.

The show broached subjects TV executives avoided in the late ’60s. Networks weren’t keen on discussing race relations, foreign …
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Is This Why Judd Apatow Bows to the PC Police?
6 months ago

Is This Why Judd Apatow Bows to the PC Police?

Judd Apatow went from middling stand-up to Hollywood’s unofficial king of comedy.

Films like “Knocked Up,” “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” and “Superbad” cemented his status as the industry’s comedy powerhouse. His …
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HiT Radio: Trump Misses Golden Opportunity
3 years ago

HiT Radio: Trump Misses Golden Opportunity

By  •  Radio

My weekly “Hollyweird” segment on Denver’s “The Michael Brown Show” dug deep into Donald Trump’s war with The Washington Post.

The issue? Trump says the august publication is hopelessly biased …
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Louis CK: Political Celebrities Are ‘Obnoxious’
3 years ago

Louis CK: Political Celebrities Are ‘Obnoxious’

So how did the star of FX’s “Louie” follow up on said detonation? By doing exactly what he just mocked.

Vulture.com unleashed a no holds barred interview with CK, one …
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How Louis C.K. Flunked Capitalism 101
3 years ago

How Louis C.K. Flunked Capitalism 101

The cutting-edge comic recently sunk his own cash into “Horace and Pete,” a streaming-only series hosted on his personal web site. The web show gathered a starry cast, including C.K., Alan Alda, …
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Alan Alda Cheers Streaming Revolution
3 years ago

Alan Alda Cheers Streaming Revolution

Alda is best known as the star and a leading creative force on “M*A*S*H*,” as well as his work in countless other movies and TV shows,  including an Oscar-nominated turn in …
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What Were 2015’s Best TV Dramas and Comedies?
4 years ago

What Were 2015’s Best TV Dramas and Comedies?

By  •  Reviews, TV

The last 12 months proved the first season of “Fargo” was no fluke, but “True Detective” sure was. Most of all, television continued to lap motion pictures in terms of …
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