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She is leaving radio the way she got in, with a leap into the unknown.

In the mid-season finale, those close to Olivia are in danger because they tried to outwit Papa Pope and guess what? They failed.

Tonight is the first of three nights for National Geographic Channel’s six-part miniseries, which explores the epic story behind food through interviews with renowned chefs and historians.

In the Lifetime movie “An En Vogue Christmas,” the group En Vogue is asked to reunite and perform a benefit concert to save the club that made them stars.

The refreshing kids show “Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street” was created by preschool teacher and first-time writer David Anaxagoras as the first project to be green-lit through Amazon’s open-door pilot submission process.

Most people spend their youth living in one part of the country. But actress Frances O’Connor had lived on three continents by the time she was 11. Born in England, her family relocated to Australia when she was 3. At 11 she found herself among the brash Yanks in the USA.

These days numerous reality-based networks are sporting new stripes in the form of scripted fare as they move to stretch their brand and freshen their look.

The move comes after allegations by several women who claimed he raped and sexually assaulted them.

On “Modern Family,” Phil cooks for Thanksgiving but Claire secretly prepares another turkey because she doesn’t trust him.

A diverse slate of series ranging from a Civil War drama to a satire of New Age yoga culture will highlight Amazon Studio’s first pilot season lineup for 2015. The projects come from a variety of top producers, including Ridley Scott (“Alien”), Carlton Cuse (“Lost”) and Randall Wallace (“Braveheart”).

Check out our interactive listings.

Woody Durham records a segment in a studio at WNCW.  Woody Durham, who spent four decades as the ...

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