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- Network Series Premiers in October Experience as Much as 54% Timeshifting - - ABC's Grey's Anatomy and Desperate Housewives Dominate the Top Ranked Programs - - Cable Sees Primetime Lift in Year-Over-Year October Viewing - ALVISO, Calif., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- TiVo Inc.
Gale Harold's publicist said the U.S. television actor is expected to make a full recovery following his recent motorcycle mishap.
The expectations game doesn't only involve tonight's vice presidential debate between Sarah Palin and Joe Biden.
By NEAL JUSTIN By Neal Justin Star Tribune The Wisteria Lane neighborhood has spent the past four years battling cancer, tornadoes, blindness, infidelity and attempted murder. Now the residents face the most daunting challenge of their suburban lives: aging.
DESPERATE Housewives star Teri Hatcher enters on a wave of optimism as she arrives at the glitzy Emmy awards ceremony last night. Other stars at the bash included Ricky Gervais, 47 - there with partner Jane Fallon - who is up for 14 gongs for The Office and Extras.
TERI Hatcher kept her sunny side up at the 60th Emmy awards yesterday - in a frilly yellow dress. The Desperate Housewives star looked tanned and relaxed as she waved to fans on the red carpet in Los Angeles.
The Sci Fi Channel has announced it has OK'd production on the new original drama series "Warehouse 13," starring U.S. actor Eddie McClintock.
NEW YORK, Sept.
The sets from several iconic U.S. television shows are to be incorporated into the stage designs for the upcoming Emmy Awards telecast, ABC said. The prize presentation honoring the year's best in television is to take place Sunday in Los Angeles.
By Aaron Barnhart "Desperate Housewives" will be jumping way into the future, while "CSI" and "NCIS" will face a future without some familiar faces. These are some of the changes afoot on television's most popular scripted programs when the new TV season kicks off later this month.
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.