Almost exactly one year ago, Showtime ordered a full twelve-episode season of Masters of Sex, a drama based on the lives and work of Washington University researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson in the '50s, '60s and '70s. The network has just released the show's first teaser trailer, pun ... More >>
St. Louis-based chef Clara Moore of Local Harvest Cafe & Catering (3137 Morganford Road, 314-772-8815) is scheduled to compete in a new cooking competition TV series, Around the World in 80 Plates, on Bravo. The show premieres Wednesday, May 9. According to the show's website, it features twelve che ... More >>
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I was in sixth grade when The Simpsons aired its first episode, so I can't say I've always longed for an episode about out our culture's current obsession with food and food-related TV. But for a long time I've awaited the day I could write this: The Simpsons are starting a food blog.This wee ... More >>
Guy Fieri, starring in exactly none of our proposed Food Network showsThe Food Network this week announced several new series to debut this year and next. Frankly, even by the Food Network's ever-lower standards, the list is unappetizing.Among these new shows is an unholy marriage of Guy Fieri an ... More >>
Take a good hard look at the image to the right, tonight's local NBC affiliate KSDK schedule of delightful television programming. Is there anything there that shouldn't be? No, we're not talking about Jay Leno -- though may we take this opportunity to add: Booooo, Team Coco forever! -- the ... More >>
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The government killed TV, and Hollywood's begging it to revive the corpse
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Chris Carter considers the futures of X-Files and Lone Gunmen
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