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Weekend TV: Rosemary's Baby, Penny Dreadful and Remembering Murphy

The devil made them remake it. What other excuse can there be for NBC's glossy but laborious two-part revisiting of the Ira Levin supernatural classic Rosemary's Baby (Sunday, 9/8c, concludes next Thursday)? Perversely scheduled to begin on the evening of Mother's Day, this unnecessarily expanded miniseries version owes a huge debt to The Omen for many of its telegraphed shocks.

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Murphy Brown Cast to Reunite on Katie

The cast of Murphy Brown will reunite on Katie to celebrate the sitcom's...read more

Keck's Exclusives: More Murphy Brown?

Four years after trying to revive Murphy Brown as a platform to chime in on the heated 2008 Clinton/Obama/McCain presidential campaign, the sitcom's creator, Diane English, is again talking to CBS and Warner Bros. about a series of political-commentary specials with Candice Bergen back in character as the tough-talking TV journalist.
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Diane English: TV as Mirror
Family Ties receives the TV Land Fan Favorite Award – TV Land Awards – Video Clip | TV Land
The Women: Theatrical Trailer
The Women (2008)

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Credits

Year Title Description
2008 The Women Movie, Director
2008 The Women Movie, Writer
2008 The Women Movie, Producer
2007 TV Land Awards TV Show Series, Appearing
1988 Murphy Brown TV Show Series, Executive Producer

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News

Jim Belushi Returning to ABC in New Comedy

Fans who miss Jim Belushi on According to Jim may not have to mourn for long.

ABC has just bought You Won't Even Know I'm Here, a new comedy starring and executive-produced by Belushi, TVGuide.com has learned.

Fall TV: Get the lowdown on this season's must-see new shows

In the comedy, a... read more

Mad Men, Modern Family Win at Writers Guild Awards

Mad Men won the Writers Guild award for best dramatic TV series, and Modern Family for best TV comedy series.

Mad Men also took the prize for dramatic episode ("The Chrysanthemum and the Sword") while 30 Rock took best TV comedy episode honors ("When It Rains, It Pours") at the 2011 Writers Guild of America awards, held Saturday night in New York and Los Angeles.

HBO snagged three awards. The TV movie The Special Relationship was named the... read more

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