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Ed Asner Files For Divorce Eight Years After Separating From Wife Cindy

18 May 2015 2:03 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Ed Asner has filed for divorce from his wife Cindy Asner, whom he had reportedly separated from eight years ago. Ed Asner Files For Divorce Asner, best known for playing Lou Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, filed the divorce papers earlier this month, according to TMZ. It’s unclear why Asner is officially filing at this […]

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- Chelsea Regan

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Ed Asner -- Come and Get It, Ladies!! Finally Files for Divorce

14 May 2015 3:14 PM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Ed Asner has filed for divorce, and the big question is ... why? The 85-year-old actor -- who became famous as Lou Grant on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" --separated from wife Cindy Asner in 2007, but for some reason he didn't pull the trigger until this month ... 8 years later. The couple married in 1998, and it seems the split was bitter. Ed tried to cut off her temporary spousal support the year after they separated, saying she »

- TMZ Staff

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The Atx Television Festival announces its second wave of attendees

10 April 2015 7:15 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The rise in television programming over the years has led to a number of television festivals where show fans and show casts and crews can get together to discuss series. Among these festivals is the Atx Television festival, which is held in Austin Texas every summer. Set to go into its fourth incarnation this year, the festival will be held from June 4th to the 7th, and a new slate of attendees have now been announced, as per Variety.

The festival will formally begin with a look at the upcoming series Complications. The USA Network drama’s screening will be followed by a panel with the show’s stars and creator Matt Nix, who is also onboard as producer.

The festival will also feature a conversation with legendary Simpsons, Taxi, and Mary Tyler Moore writer and co-creator James L. Brooks, who will be sitting down for a conversation with journalist Phil Rosenthal. »

- Deepayan Sengupta

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Atx Festival Adds ‘Hannibal,’ More ‘Dawson’s Creek’ & ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

9 April 2015 12:00 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Even more television is heading down to Austin, Texas, this summer for the fourth annual Atx Festival on June 4-7.

Panels for NBC’s “Hannibal” with creator Bryan Fuller and Fox’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” with creator Dan Goor and cast members have been added to the festival, along with a “cancelled too soon” panel for Amy Sherman Palladino’s former ABC Family series “Bunheads.”

USA Network’s upcoming drama “Complications” will kick off the fest with an opening-night premiere, featuring creator and exec producer Matt Nix and the series’ cast members.

Atx will also feature the season-five premiere screening of USA Networks’ “Suits,” a 25-year anniversary screening of Marta Kauffman’s HBO series “Dream On” and a “Dawson’s Creek” pilot script reading, presented by creator Kevin Williamson and surprise guests.

Also Thursday, Atx’s co-exec directors and founders Caitlin McFarland and Emily Gipson announced James L. Brooks as the »

- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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Atx TV Festival to Host Bunheads Reunion, Dawson's Reading and More

9 April 2015 12:00 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Gilmore Girls won’t be the only Amy Sherman Palladino-created series featured at the Atx Television Festival, taking place June 4-7 in Austin, TX.

The event will host a “cancelled too soon” screening of the ABC Family dramedy Bunheads, with Palladino and cast members Kelly Bishop, Sutton Foster and Stacey Oristano in attendance.

RelatedGilmore Girls Reunion at Atx TV Festival: 9 More Castmembers Joining Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel

Additional programming announcements, which can be found below, include a Dawson’s Creek script reading and sessions for Suits, Hannibal and more.

The fest has also announced that TV icon James L. Brooks »

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‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Review: Ellie Kemper Can Turn the World on With Her Smile

6 March 2015 8:15 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Leave it to Tina Fey and Robert Carlock to reinvent and reimagine “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” There was a strong “Mtm” vibe in “30 Rock”s” Liz Lemon and this time it’s even stronger with “Mole Woman” Kimmy Schmidt (“The Office’s” Ellie Kemper) on Netflix’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” as Kimmy decides to make her new life in New York City after escaping from a cult. With the help of new friend and roommate Titus (Tituss Burgess), Kimmy gets a crash course in the realities of living in the big city. Her nest egg lost during one of her first forays. »

- Diane Gordon

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What was the best network comedy bloc ever?

25 February 2015 11:26 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

In the wake of the "Parks and Recreation" finale, a Twitter follower asked me if the period when NBC had "Parks," "Community," "The Office" and "30 Rock" on the same night was the best comedy bloc ever. I replied that at least two other very strong alternatives immediately came to mind: NBC Thursdays for a few seasons in the mid-'80s with "The Cosby Show," "Family Ties," "Cheers" and "Night Court" (a night that also had "Hill Street Blues," and is therefore frontrunner for Best Overall Night of Network Programming Ever), and CBS Saturdays in the 1973-74 season with "All in the Family," "M*A*S*H," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Bob Newhart Show." Call it, friendos: is one of those the best of all time? Is there another bloc — and all four comedies have to be great, as opposed to what "NewsRadio" creator Paul Simms once dubbed »

- Alan Sepinwall

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What You Can Learn From New Streaming Service Shout! Factory TV

20 February 2015 3:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Streaming video is a godsend if you want to catch up with recent seasons of TV series. But what's a TV fan to do who wants to stream older shows? Netflix has very little from before the millennium, and Amazon Prime has very little from before 1990.

That's not a knock; the big streaming services know their market. Still, it's worth remembering that Amazon's initial appeal as a bookseller was it's long-tail catalog, the notion that comprehensiveness was worthwhile because somebody somewhere would want that obscure or ancient title, that the markets for all those titles were collectively significant and worth catering to, and that the Internet had at last made it easier to connect those customers with what they wanted.

But until the big streaming services step into the long-tail breach, Shout Factory TV (at shoutfactorytv.com) is ready to make a home there. The boutique streaming service, which is free and requires no subscription, »

- Gary Susman

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Empire Recap: Kiss From a Rose

4 February 2015 8:21 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

She can turn the world on with her smile. But the comparisons between Empire‘s Cookie Lyon and The Mary Tyler Moore Show‘s Mary Richards end right there.

Ok, so minus the recently completed 17-year prison sentence, Taraji P. Henson’s glorious alter-ego is a real go-getter with a penchant for multitasking, dropping quotable zingers and overcoming whatever obstacles the universe throws in her path.

RelatedTVLine Items: Girl Meets World Meets Angela, JHud Visits Empire and More

But this week’s episode, “Dangerous Bonds,” reminds us there’s a big difference between Mary cracking up during a clown’s »

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From Mork to Saul: The highs and lows of TV spin-offs

4 February 2015 6:00 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Spin-offs are easy. Spin-offs are hard. Spin-offs get to use pre-existing characters from popular shows — or, at a minimum, get to introduce their new characters on a pre-existing show — and therefore have an easier time getting the audience's attention than some wholly original concept. But spin-offs also remove those characters from the context where people first liked them, and they can be unfairly held to the standards of the original show, whereas a brand-new series is only judged for being itself. And it's hard to know exactly what kinds of spin-offs will succeed, creatively or commercially. Frasier Crane worked spectacularly well away from the gang at Cheers, while Joey Tribbiani seemed much less lovable once he was 3,000 miles away from Chandler and the other Central Perk regulars. "The Simpsons" far outstripped the popularity of "The Tracey Ullman Show." Sometimes, audiences instantly take to characters introduced to a pre-existing show for »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Valerie Harper Says She's 'So Grateful' Two Years After Terminal Cancer Diagnosis

3 February 2015 10:15 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Valerie Harper could have easily had just three months to live. But now, more than two years after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, the actress tells People "things are good." Harper, 73, credits acupuncture and exercise as two of her preferred therapies and says, "I'm exploring everything." Harper spoke to People at the 14th Annual Aarp Movies for Grownups Awards Monday night. "I'm not doing everything," she said. "You do what feels right for you. It's very important to follow your intuition and I have a husband who encourages me to exercise all the time and I do and I feel better for it. »

- Alexandra Zaslow, @alexandrazaslow

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Sundance: Blythe Danner on ‘I’ll See You in My Dreams,’ Oscar Buzz and Smoking Pot

28 January 2015 6:49 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Even though Blythe Danner has appeared on countless TV shows (“Will & Grace”), films (“Meet the Fockers”) and Broadway plays (“Follies”), it took her 50 years as an actress to headline a movie. On Tuesday night, the Sundance Film Festival premiered “I’ll See You in My Dreams,” a comedic drama in which Danner stars as a woman who contemplates her own mortality following a tragic loss. But that description doesn’t do this crowd-pleasing indie justice. When the film debuted at the Eccles Theatre in Park City, Danner received a standing ovation. On a following morning screening, the audience showered Danner with more rounds of applause.

“I’m so overwhelmed,” Danner says later backstage. “I’m a little verklempt talking about it. I’m 71, about to turn 72. I’ve never had a film role like this.” It’s also the first time the Emmy-winning actress has received Oscar buzz, even if »

- Ramin Setoodeh

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TV Review: TruTV’s ‘Breaking Greenville’

27 January 2015 7:00 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

As TruTV continues redefining its niche, “Breaking Greenville” seems to offer an example of the network’s direction, for good and (mostly) ill. Basically a reality sitcom – think “The Mary Tyler Moore Show’s” newsroom setting meets “Green Acres” – the show centers on dueling newscasts in the tiny TV market of Greenville, Miss. (No. 190 out of 210 in the U.S.), a place viewed as a pit-stop by younger talent, and home by their older colleagues. While that might be a source of conflict, it’s played for laughs in a series whose reality is clouded by the participants’ eagerness to please.

Take Lucy Biggers, the co-anchor of the morning newscast on Wagb, who unabashedly yearns to be the next Kelly Ripa. Biggers has a bad habit of saying “Awesome” on air and, prodded by her producer-cameraman, high-fives a local farmer while taping a field piece, much to the chagrin of her news director, »

- Brian Lowry

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Betty White Is Still Living Life on Her Own Terms as She Turns 93

16 January 2015 5:05 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Betty White is living proof that age ain't nothing but a number.

The legendary actress and comedienne is turning 93 on Jan. 17, but she hasn't slowed down one bit. She's sharing her lifelong love of animals over the weekend in her Great American Country special Betty White's Smartest Animals in America.

News: Betty White is Turning 93!

"Can you imagine being blessed at this age with still working at the career you love the best?" Betty asked Et's Nancy O'Dell. "By now they should be saying, 'Yes honey, you just stay in the rocker.'"

But there's no rocker for Betty. She's still living life on her own terms, as seen in her Gac special, airing on her birthday at 8 p.m. Et/Pt. In it, she's seen with all kinds of animals, from dolphins to tigers.

While the five-time Primetime Emmy winner has no children of her own (she lost her game-show host husband Allen Ludden to cancer »

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Yas Girl of the Week: Betty White

9 January 2015 10:00 AM, PST | VH1.com | See recent VH1.com news »

Earlier this week Betty White won Favorite TV Icon at the People’s Choice Awards and stole the entire show! But the cutest moment of the night came when Captain America himself, Chris Evans, lent a helpful arm to the legendary comedian on her way up to the stage. During her acceptance speech, Betty proved that she is just as funny and charming as ever, stilling winning over new fans over at 92 years old. We can’t think of a more enduring and incredible TV icon, who first began her career in television in 1939. From The Mary Tyler Moore Show to The Golden Girls and Hot In Cleveland, Betty has proven that comedy chops don’t get rusty with age. Yas, Betty!

Shout out to the forever-fly #BettyWhite our #YasGirl of the week! ❤️

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- Lauren Elizabeth Thompson

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Carrie Fisher to Present Lifetime Honor to Mom Debbie Reynolds at SAG Awards

6 January 2015 10:22 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Carrie Fisher will present the 51st SAG Life Achievement Award to her mother, Debbie Reynolds, at the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The presentation of the union’s highest accolade will be the centerpiece of the annual ceremony which will be simulcast live on Sunday, Jan. 25 on TNT and TBS at 8 p.m. Et/ 5 p.m. Pt, the show’s executive producer Kathy Connell announced Tuesday.

SAG-aftra is honoring Debbie Reynolds for her career achievement and humanitarian accomplishments.

Also Read: SAG Awards 2015: The Nominees (Photos)

Fisher has been an actor, novelist, screenwriter and performance artist during her career. She »

- Todd Cunningham

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