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Some not laughing at character of Apu in ‘The Simpsons’

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Eminem tight-lipped about album during radio interview

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Wendy Williams fainted during her Halloween show

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TV highlights for the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 4

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Disney star Jordan Fisher wins ‘Dancing with the Stars’
Los Angeles — Disney Channel star Jordan Fisher has been crowned the winner of “Dancing with the Stars” alongside partner Lindsay Arnold. Fisher beat out violinist Lindsey Stirling and actor Frankie Muniz for the Mirrorball Trophy on the season 25 finale of the ABC reality competition Tuesday. Fisher paid tribute to Arnold on Twitter after the announcement, writing: “There aren’t words to describe the feeling of going through BATTLE with my SISTER   Read More ...
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Iran-based hacker charged with trying to extort HBO
New York — U.S. prosecutors say a member of an Iran-based hacking group tried to extort HBO out of $6 million in digital currency by stealing unaired episodes and scripts of hit shows like “Game of Thrones.” An indictment unsealed Tuesday in federal court in Manhattan accuses Behzad Mesri of hacking into the cable network’s computer system in New York. It says he stole episodes from “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “The Deuce” and other series, along with scripts of “Game of Thrones   Read More ...
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Della Reese, Detroit native and star of music and TV, dies at 86
Della Reese who enjoyed dual careers, first as a jazz and pop singer and later as a TV star on CBS' "Touched By An Angel," has died at age 86. Her representative, Lynda Bensky, confirmed her death to USA TODAY, noting, "We lost a magnificent woman who was a trailblazer in many ways." Before "Touched by an Angel" debuted in 1994, Reese was mainly known as a singer, although she had costarred on "Chico and the Man," "Charlie and Company" and "The Royal Family" and hosted her own talk show, "Della   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Mudbound’ moving epic of family, race
Perhaps it’s a sign of the times that after seeing an epic story as poetically told as Dee Rees’ “Mudbound,” feelings of awe and admiration are quickly replaced with frustration that Hollywood hasn’t traditionally embraced the artistic visions of people who aren’t white and male. Maybe it’s because feelings are so raw in this post-Weinstein era, where the obstacles women face on their way to success are just starting to be publicly understood   Read More ...
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As Jeff Daniels series 'Godless' lands on Netflix, we rank his 12 greatest TV/movie roles
Outspoken news anchor. Faithless husband. Lovable nitwit. Father of our country. Depraved cowboy. Where other movie stars portray the same character over and over again with slight variations, Jeff Daniels plays everything. The nice guy from Chelsea has quietly become one of the most versatile actors of his generation, hopscotching from dramas to comedies and lead roles to supporting parts that give him a chance to interpret heroes, villains and everything in between   Read More ...
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TV highlights for the week of Nov. 19-25
• The American Music Awards will provide another chance for trophy-deprived pop stars to collect some hardware. Featured performers include Lady Gaga, Pink, Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato, BTS, Nick Jonas, Shawn Mendes, Christina Aguilera and Diana Ross, who also receives the lifetime achievement honor. 8 p.m., ABC. • In “The Problem With Apu,” South Asian-American comedian Hari Kondabolu dissects his long-standing conflict with the Indian convenience store owner from “The Simpsons,” while exploring minority representation in the media   Read More ...
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Some not laughing at character of Apu in ‘The Simpsons’
Growing up in New York in the 1980s, comedian Hari Kondabolu was like many young people. He watched “The Simpsons” and he adored “The Simpsons.” There was just one thing that bothered him about it. Amid the fictional Springfield barflies, incompetent doctors, clowns and crazy eggheads was a truly cartoonish character — Apu, the Kwik-E-Mart clerk who sold expired food, ripped off customers and delivered the sing-songy slogan “Thank you, come again   Read More ...
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Eminem tight-lipped about album during radio interview
The rapper had little to say about ‘Revival’ while chatting with SiriusXM’s Shade 45 on Friday afternoon On his new album’s anticipated release day, Eminem gave little information about “Revival,” its release, or even its existence. “What album?” was the repeated refrain from Paul Rosenberg, Em’s manager, who joined Eminem in the studio on SiriusXM’s Shade 45 for a loosely played interview that aired between 1-2 p   Read More ...
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Will an Amazon TV pilot made in Detroit win over viewers and become a series?
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Will an Amazon TV pilot made in Detroit win over viewers and become a series? Detroit isn't just competing to be an Amazon HQ. 'The Climb,' about a young Detroit woman, is one of 3 Amazon TV pilots vying for a series pickup. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed   Read More ...
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Yes, that's Detroit TV sportscaster Bernie Smilovitz's son in Forbes 30 under 30 list
Bernie Smilovitz is a proud dad all through the week, every week. But this weekend at Bernie's (to borrow the name of his regular Monday-night segment for WDIV-TV), he'll have extra bragging rights. The veteran Detroit sports anchor's son Jacob Smilovitz, 28, is one of the emerging stars named to Forbes magazine's 30 under 30 list for 2018. Jacob, an alumnus of the University of Michigan's Stephen M   Read More ...
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‘The Talk’ unveils singer and actress Eve as new host
New York — Musician and actress Eve has been unveiled as a new permanent host of CBS’ “The Talk,” joining Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood. Eve, whose full name is Eve Jeffers Cooper, replaces Aisha Tyler on the show. The Grammy winner is best known for her hit “Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” a duet with Gwen Stefani, her TV sitcom “Eve” and appearances in the “Barbershop” films   Read More ...
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The men of 'This is Us'
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook The men of 'This is Us' Milo Ventimiglia as Jack, Mandy Moore as Rebecca. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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TV highlights for the week of Nov. 12-18
SUNDAY. •New film “Anthony Bourdain Presents Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent” explores the life and legacy of the celebrated chef who changed the American palate and influenced generations of chefs and restaurants that still follow in his footsteps. 9 p.m., CNN. •School is about to be out for good as “Vice Principals” completes its twisted, two-season run. But first, we expect a wild finish for Neal Gamby (Danny McBride) and Lee Russell (Walton Goggins)   Read More ...
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TV darlings: Livonia-South Lyon family builds lifetime memory with Family Feud appearance
Larry Wildt, Bonnie Goodrich and Carol Bagdady and a couple of their kids taped the popular TV show, hung out with Steve Harvey, had a good time, and made a little money. Larry Wildt didn't want to do it. When members of his family talked about auditioning for the nationally syndicated game show "Family Feud," Wildt was hesitant about being one of the five participating family members   Read More ...
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Study: More LGBTQ characters on TV series, fewer women
Los Angeles — TV series are including more LGBTQ characters and adding gender-nonconforming ones, but there’s a need for richer, more complex stories about them, according to the media advocacy group GLAAD. LGBTQ depictions increased in the current season across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms, the group’s annual Where We Are on TV study released Thursday found. Shows contributing to the change include NBC’s reboot of “Will & Grace” and “The Deuce” on HBO   Read More ...
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Doug Podell no longer at WCSX
Longtime Detroit rock radio personality Doug Podell has exited his post at classic rock station WCSX-FM (94.7). A representative for Beasley Broadcast Group confirmed the news Wednesday. “Doug Podell has departed WCSX-FM and Beasley Media Group in Detroit,” said vice president of corporate communications Heidi Raphael in an e-mail. “Doug spent the past 23 years rockin’ the Motor City with WRIF and WCSX   Read More ...
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East Lansing police threaten ‘Stranger Things’ spoilers
Don’t want to know what happens on the hugely popular Netflix series? Then don’t get arrested, cops say The East Lansing police department has introduced a bold new strategy in law enforcement: the threat of spoilers. The official Twitter account of the East Lansing PD issued a warning on Sunday, saying its jail cell walls were lined with spoilers from “Stranger Things,” the popular Netflix series whose second season debuted Oct   Read More ...
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Reality TV king Andy Cohen dishes at MotorCity Casino
Television producer and talk show host Andy Cohen says he’s “an open book,” which should make for good content when he’s interviewed on stage Thursday at the Sound Board at MotorCity Casino Hotel. . “I’m pretty transparent,” he said in an interview with The Detroit News last week. “I’m an open book and nothing’s off limits.” He’ll be interviewed by Mojo from Channel 955’s “Mojo in the Morning” show, followed by questions from the audience   Read More ...
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Ruben Studdard: Detroit music was a big part of life
R&B vocalist and “American Idol” winner Ruben Studdard didn’t grow up in Detroit, but he says he and his fellow Birmingham, Alabama, residents still feel an intense kinship to Motown and its music. Studdard will headline Detroit Public Television’s third annual “Detroit Performs Live” concert at the Fillmore Detroit. on Friday. The event is a tribute to Detroit music that will also broadcast live on DPTV and online   Read More ...
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Shemar Moore leads cast in revamped ‘S.W.A.T’
Veteran actor, who plays a S.W.A.T. sergeant heading up a special tactical unit, stars in the new CBS drama that intends to reflect modern America Los Angeles — Shawn Ryan, one of the executive producers of the updated version of the police drama “S.W.A.T.” that’s joining the CBS lineup, knows the series comes at a time when there is a country full of tension between those wearing badges and the civilian population   Read More ...
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Already?! Christmas music, TV specials, store displays a bit too much for some
America appears to be skipping over Thanksgiving and diving right into the Christmas spirit. Is the beginning of November too soon for all this?   Read More ...
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‘Word nerd’ Anne Curzan makes English fun
Buy Photo. Anne Curzan wants everyone to know we’re all going to be alright. And that will be the case, insists the UM English and linguistics professor, even if the younger generation can’t tell the apostrophe from a comma, engages in capricious spelling, and sees no difference between “it’s” and “its.” Curzan, one of the rare linguists who makes the language fun and funny, expounds on English oddities and common confusions in her short show, “That’s What They Say,” every Sunday morning at 9:35 on WUOM-FM, Ann Arbor’s NPR station and part of the Michigan Radio network   Read More ...
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Wendy Williams fainted during her Halloween show
Towards the end of Wendy Williams' Tuesday talk-show the host, who was dressed in a bright green Statue of Liberty costume, lost her balance before staggering and falling. Her eyes got wide as she tilted to the left and fell off screen. Viewers and audience members were rightfully concerned for the host, but she quickly returned to the airwaves blaming the costume for causing her to overheat   Read More ...
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‘Saturday Night’ revival: Eminem heading to ‘SNL’
Eminem is heading back to “Saturday Night Live.” The Detroit rapper is set to appear on NBC’s sketch comedy program on Nov. 18, the network announced Monday. That is the same weekend Eminem’s new album, said to be called “Revival,” is reportedly due to be released. No official announcement about Eminem’s new album has been made, but a website for a fake pharmaceutical called Revival was recently launched, and all signs point to it being tied to Slim Shady   Read More ...
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TV shows to stream this weekend
Planning on staying in for the weekend and not sure what to watch? TV Guide’s Editor-in-Chief Mickey O’Connor has a few suggestions. Here’s what you should stream this weekend: From the mind of comedian Nick Kroll comes this adult animated comedy about a group of teens discovering each other’s bodies. The series also stars John Mulaney, Jenny Slate, Jason Mantzoukas, Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen and Jordan Peele   Read More ...
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TV highlights for the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 4
SUNDAY. •In the Season 1 finale of “The Deuce,” Vincent balks at getting in deeper with Rudy as expansion fever hits Frankie and Bobby. Meanwhile, Candy gets a taste of directing and enjoys the red-carpet perks of a major premiere. 9 p.m., HBO. •As Season 5 of “Ray Donovan” wraps up, Ray (Liev Schreiber) goes to New York to arrange an illicit surgery that he hopes will save Smitty   Read More ...
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A bright, animated Halloween night with Michael Jackson
‘Michael was a big kid who loved Halloween... We thought: Michael deserves to be part of Halloween,’ says John Branca, co-executor of the Michael Jackson estate Here’s a chance to trick or treat with the eyes and ears. Catch “Michael Jackson’s Halloween,” a for-all-ages animated special airing at 8 p.m. Friday on CBS. It costumes Halloween as a life-affirming way to explore hopes and dreams   Read More ...
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Review: Been there, done that in ‘Stranger Things 2’
Second verse same as the first as the hit Netflix show returns for its second season In its second season, “Stranger Things” feels more like scattered things. The follow-up to the last year’s smash hit faces a dilemma similar to every sequel to a surprise, out-of-nowhere success: how do you capture lightning in a bottle a second time? The answer is you don’t   Read More ...
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New 'Flint' TV movie starring Queen Latifah puts city's crusading women in the spotlight
The TV movie "Flint" sets its tone when actress Jill Scott, playing real-life community activist Nayyirah Shariff, delivers the understatement of the decade. "OK, what I'm going to tell you about our water crisis is not the whole story, because let's face it, the deeper you dig, the more complicated this thing gets," Scott says in voice-over narration. Where a "Nova" special in May unraveled the irrefutable scientific and government failures that led to Flint's water becoming contaminated with lead, the Lifetime   Read More ...
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Babe Ruth series part of MLB push for youth exposure
Major League Baseball wants to turn its first superstar, New York Yankees slugger Babe Ruth, into TV’s next big anti-hero. The league is involved in developing a limited TV series about the life of the hard-partying home run king. Director-producer Allen Coulter, whose credits include the HBO hits “The Sopranos” and “Boardwalk Empire,” has been hired by MLB to oversee the project   Read More ...
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Grapevine: Tamar Braxton files for divorce
Tamar Braxton files for divorce. Singer and reality-show personality Tamar Braxton has filed for divorce from her husband of nearly nine years, music producer Vincent Herbert. Her rep confirmed the “extremely difficult decision” to People magazine in a statement this week. They have a 4-year-old son together, as fans of their WE tv reality show “Tamar & Vince” know. The show debuted in 2012 and the fifth season is set to start in November   Read More ...
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Carmen Harlan, Big Sean set as parade Grand Marshals
Detroit television icon Carmen Harlan and Grammy-nominated rapper Big Sean will serve as Grand Marshals for the city’s America’s Thanksgiving Parade. The former WDIV-TV anchor Harlan and Cass Tech grad Big Sean will lead the 91st parade on Nov. 23. This year’s theme is “Woodward! Avenue of Dreams!” to celebrate the thoroughfare’s recent transformation and the debut of the QLine. “Big Sean and Carmen represent the incredible spirit of our city and we are thrilled to have them celebrate with us in Detroit and with the millions who view The Parade across the country,” said Parade Company president and CEO Tony Michaels in a press release   Read More ...
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‘The Good Place’ is silly, smart and unexpectedly deep
What it’s about: At the end of the first season, Eleanor Shellstrop (Huntington Woods native Kristen Bell) learned that she wasn’t in the “good place” at all, but in the bad place — aka hell, or Hades, if you will — where she and her three new friends, Chidi (William Jackson Harper), Tahani (Jameela Jamil) and Jason (Manny Jacinto), were part of an ambitious experiment by Michael (Ted Danson), the leader of the Good Place   Read More ...
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CBS names Jeff Glor as evening news anchor
New York — CBS News stayed within its ranks on Wednesday to name correspondent Jeff Glor as anchor of the “CBS Evening News,” a storied broadcast led by Walter Cronkite and Dan Rather in the past but now a distant third in the television ratings. Glor replaces Scott Pelley, who was forced out awkwardly this spring after six years. Anthony Mason has been filling in since Pelley returned to “60 Minutes” full-time   Read More ...
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Viewership down for ‘Walking Dead’ debut
“The Walking Dead” aired its 100th episode for its eighth season premiere the other night, although it wasn’t necessarily cause for celebration at AMC. The show had 11.4 million viewers on Sunday night, down 33 percent from last fall’s seventh season premiere, which had 17 million, the Nielsen company said. AMC said there are all kinds of mitigating factors, primarily that last year’s premiere was a cliffhanger that drew an unusual number of fans   Read More ...
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Robert Guillaume, Emmy-winning actor for ‘Soap,’ dies
Robert Guillaume, who rose from squalid beginnings in St. Louis slums to become a star in stage musicals and win Emmy Awards for his portrayal of the sharp-tongued butler in the TV sitcoms “Soap” and “Benson,” has died at age 89. Guillaume died at home Tuesday in Los Angeles, according to his widow, Donna Brown Guillaume. He had been battling prostate cancer, she told the Associated Press   Read More ...
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CBS All Access gives ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ 2nd season
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Late-night dean Letterman earns Mark Twain prize
Washington — No joke: David Letterman yukked it up on late-night TV longer than anyone else. Now his career of comedy has earned him a prestigious award and a celebrity roasting. Letterman was to receive the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor during a star-studded celebration Sunday night at Washington’s Kennedy Center. Expected to attend were previous recipients Steve Martin and Bill Murray, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, musician Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam and Al Franken, the comedian-turned-senator   Read More ...
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TV highlights for the week of Oct. 22-28
whats on tv oct. 22 through oct. 28, whats on tv tonight, tv highlights oct. 22 through oct. 28,   Read More ...
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Lifetime's 'Flint' brings premiere to city that's still coping with health crisis
FLINT WATER CRISIS AG Bill Schuette on investigation into Gov. Snyder | 1:51 In an interview with the Free Press, Attorney General Bill Schuette was asked about his team’s investigation into Gov. Rick Snyder regarding the Flint water crisis. Here’s what he had to say. Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press. FLINT WATER CRISIS Who is facing involuntary manslaughter charges in the Flint water crisis? | 1:22 Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today filed new, more serious charges in the Flint Water Crisis investigation, but also said the case is shifting to a new phase   Read More ...
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