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By David Kronke "Testees" may be the most sadistic situation comedy in history. This series, about human lab rats who allow themselves to be subjected to pharmaceutical experiments and trials, is ruthlessly cynical and yet (after one episode) fairly unfocused.
By Alan Pergament We could all use a good laugh considering the depressing state of the economy and the increasingly ugly state of the presidential race. Actually, the state of comedy is pretty depressing on network television these days, too.
By FRAZIER MOORE By Frazier Moore The Associated Press 'THE STARTER WIFE" got its start as a miniseries in summer 2007. Now it's making a fresh start as a charming 10-hour weekly series on USA.
LOS ANGELES _ There's big news from the Television Critics Association press tour regarding "Damages": Ted Danson will be back as Arthur Frobisher on the FX show. His performance in Season 1 as the arrogant capitalist was one of the high points of the show, so that's great news.
By Robert Bianco and Gary Levin LOS ANGELES -- On a day dedicated to edgy cable channel FX, the network talked to TV writers about saying goodbye to the series that started it all.
By Molly Willow, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 16--LOS ANGELES -- Following the long-scheduled end of its first original drama, The Shield, after the seventh season beginning Sept. 2, FX will also prepare for the end of its Golden Globe-winning Nip/Tuck.
By Rick Porter, Zap2It, Chicago Jul.
- A political dynamiter.