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Articles tagged with 'Television'


Let's talk about "The Walking Dead": "Always Accountable"

Published Nov. 17, 2015

This week's episode of "The Walking Dead" follows Daryl, Abraham and Sasha as they deal with the Alexandria zombie chase ... and ends with a tease that a beloved character might still be alive! Maybe! Let us hope!


I don't feel sorry for Charlie Sheen

Published Nov. 17, 2015

Am I supposed to feel sorry for Charlie Sheen? I hope he conquers his addictions, stays healthy, stops beating women and lives a long life. People can turn their lives around. It's never too late for that. But I'm not going to turn him into some heroic figure.


Host Chris Kimball leaves "America's Test Kitchen"

Published Nov. 16, 2015

If you saw Chris Kimball at the Riverside Theater Nov. 3 during the "America's Test Kitchen Live" show, hang onto those memories. It's likely the last time you'll see Kimball's name associated with the popular television show.


Let's talk about The Walking Dead: "Now"

Published Nov. 11, 2015

Season six has already been full of hardships for Rick and his crew. This week's episode shows us how everyone is recovering from all of the confusion.


Help bring back "Mystery Science Theater 3000"

Published Nov. 10, 2015

In the not-too-distant future, new episodes of the beloved cult movie commentary television show may be headed our way thanks to a Kickstarter started today by "MST3k" creator and host Joel Hodgson.


"Star Trek" returns to TV with new streaming CBS series in 2017

Published Nov. 2, 2015

Next year - on Sept. 8, to be precise - "Star Trek" will celebrate its 50th anniversary, and from the sounds of it, it is not wasting the occasion. We already knew that a new movie, "Star Trek Beyond," was coming out next summer, but today, a report from announced the anniversary will also bring about a brand new TV series, the first since "Enterprise" went off the air in 2005.


After John Henson: Why the media should reconsider crime coverage

Published Oct. 28, 2015

The media covered the John Henson racial profiling story with fervor. This got me thinking: To what degree does the local media help form the perceptions that create racial profiling through endless crime scene-framed, fragmented disorder coverage? It's easy to blame the jewelry store employees, but what creates the perceptions in the first place? The local media, especially TV, should rethink how they cover crime and disorder.


Milwaukee producers present Mary Tyler Moore special on PBS

Published Oct. 13, 2015

One tip for success is to surround yourself with good people. And if you are able to endear yourself to those folks, they will tell everyone else they know about how wonderful of a person you are. That's what happens in "Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration," a special production that airs at 7 p.m. Tuesday night on PBS.


Milwaukee gets "SNL" mention

Published Oct. 12, 2015

Two flight attendants' (Amy Schumer, Vanessa Bayer) song about in-flight service goes wrong in an "SNL" skit Saturday night. But, Milwaukee gets a nice little mention.


Smithers comes out as gay as "The Simpsons" attempts to stay relevant

Published Sept. 29, 2015

Television's worst-kept secret will no longer be a secret. According to a TV Line interview with "The Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean, Smithers, Mr. Burns' long-suffering assistant, will come out to his boss and to audiences this upcoming season - the show's 27th.