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On each episode of his new Food Network show “Bakers vs. Fakers,” Buddy Valastro (“Cake Boss”) oversees four contestants competing for ultimate bragging rights and a cash prize. 

Published in Style
Wednesday, 18 January 2017 12:33

New to view in 2017 - A TV preview

Some upcoming television debut offerings

Published in Cover Story
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 14:42

Scott Wolf on NBC’s 'The Night Shift'

Actor says network drama is “better than ever”

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 14:39

I said what about ‘Dinner at Tiffani’s’?

Tiffani Thiessen dishes on her Cooking Channel show

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When a home renovation project doesn’t go quite as planned, it’s helpful to check in with Mike Holmes. 

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The first-season finale of HBO’s acclaimed dramatic comedy “Divorce” is set to air Sunday, Dec. 11 at 10:30 p.m. 

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Wednesday, 24 August 2016 13:13

Amazon TV pilots take flight

Amazon Video offers up three offbeat series

The explosion of broadcast alternatives with regards to television has been something to see in the past few years. No longer is original programming beholden to the big networks or even cable outfits. Streaming services have thrown their respective hats into the ring to significant success.

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 11:34

The return of television's second season

One of the hallmarks of a new year is a resolution to change. We resolve to quit bad habits and pick up good ones, to eat less or work out more.

That desire for change is true in the world of television as well; each January brings us a wealth of new network offerings aimed at trimming the unwatched fat and finding new hits to capture viewers. You never know what's going to stick, but here are some of the fresh attempts TV will be making over the next couple of months to snag your attention.

Published in Cover Story
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 11:17

What's new on the networks

a fall 2012 TV preview

Being a television executive is much like being a professional gambler: It's a business built around taking huge risks. Sometimes, those risks pay off hugely. More often, they don't. So it is with new network television shows. For every breakout hit, there are half a dozen flops. And that doesn't even count the scores of filmed pilots that ultimately fail to find a home.

Still, hope springs eternal, even in the entertainment business. The network dial is riddled with new offerings this fall. Any one of them could conceivably capture the public's imagination and become a mainstay for the next five years. Of course, that just means the rest of them will be boring, bland and ultimately forgettable assuming they aren't epically terrible. We can probably count on at least one of those as well.

Published in Cover Story
Wednesday, 18 July 2012 15:37

Dysart's makes its national debut

The Travel Channel films a show at the Hermon truck stop

HERMON - Locals all know how tasty the food is at Dysart's truck stop in Hermon, and soon so will the whole country. Last Tuesday, the Travel Channel spent the day filming the restaurant's staff, customers and the creation of the restaurant's pot roast, lobster rolls and blueberry pie for an episode of 'Food Paradise,' a show that zeros in on some of the best eats around the country.

"I've seen bits and pieces of the show," said customer Kristi Buchanan of Hampden.

Buchanan's boyfriend, Dysart's chef Shaun Yazbeck, has been looking forward to the Travel Channel stopping in.

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