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When it comes to online streaming series, Netflix has grabbed the most attention for its buzzy shows “Orange Is the New Black” and “House of Cards,” while Amazon has remained in Netflix’s shadow.
"Sleepy Hollow" was renewed after just three episodes last year, and star Tom Mison, who plays Ichabod Crane, calls the new season "the tricky second album."
What would fall TV be without trends – those distant or immediate reflections of culture’s hopes, dreams, desires and occasionally even its reality?
“Once Upon a Time” opens its new season with characters from Disney’s “Frozen,” while “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons” open with a crossover episode.
Michelle Obama is making her debut on the ABC daytime talk show "The Chew."
PGA Tour winner Tommy Gainey recalled his reaction when he heard that Golf Channel's "Big Break" series was taking place along the Grand Strand this year.
Marshall Terry was an intern out of Appalachian State University when he came to Charlotte’s WFAE-FM (90.7) in 2007. He’s been the interim host on the morning show, and now moves up to permanent host.
You probably knew or suspected much of what is in a UNC-TV special about how North Carolina developed its transportation web – how highways followed old buffalo trails and Indian paths, why the state was so backward when it came to developing roads, how the state’s unnavigable, shallow rivers put it at a disadvantage compared with its neighbors.
Three CBS season premieres tonight, plus a two-hour “Shark Tank” and a PBS special about Ferguson, Mo.
Shonda Rhimes gets a third Thursday hour with “How to Get Away with Murder.” Tonight also marks the premiere of the final season of “Parenthood.”
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Raycom Media and DirecTV reached an agreement over the weekend on the rates the satellite provide...