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4 items from 2011


TV Espresso: News Items for Wednesday, November 23, 2011

23 November 2011 1:19 PM, PST | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Happy Thanksgiving Eve's Day (or, whatever you want to call it)! Today, we have news briefs about a bunch of classic sitcoms coming to Hulu, what you won't be seeing on Desperate Housewives (photo at right), a Mission: Impossible partnership, what to watch this weekend, and Facebook's new phone. Plus, a few notable premieres in TV history.

Hulu Plus

The TV video website has struck a deal with Carsey Werner TV Distribution to license 11 of their vintage sitcoms. They are The Cosby Show, 3rd Rock From the Sun, Grounded for Life, Men Behaving Badly, That '80s Show, The Tracy Morgan Show, Whoopi, Damon, Game Over, Davis Rules, and Normal, Ohio. The 580 episodes are available for viewing via Hulu's subscription service, Hulu Plus. Some of Carsey Werner's biggest titles -- Roseanne, That '70s Show, and Grace Under Fire -- weren't included in the deal. »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Hulu Plus Adds ‘Cosby Show’, ’3rd Rock from the Sun’, and More

23 November 2011 12:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

[1] Traditionally, Thanksgiving is a time to get everyone together and remember just how crazy and messed-up your family can be. But if you're a Hulu Plus subscriber, you can spend this holiday ignoring your wacky relatives and hanging out with someone else's instead. Sort of. The streaming service has just acquired the rights to 11 sitcoms from Casey Werner TV Distribution including The Cosby Show, should you want to see what a warm, loving family is supposed to look like, and 3rd Rock From the Sun, should you want reassurance that no matter how bizarre your clan gets, they could be worse. More details after the jump. The Casey Werner deal adds a total of 580 episodes to the Hulu Plus catalog, which already counts over 42,000 full-length episodes according to a blog entry [2] posted by Hulu's Svp of Content & Distribution Andy Forssell last month. In addition to The Cosby Show and 3rd Rock From the Sun, »

- Angie Han

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Cinematical Originals: From Beastly Rangos to Molly Ringwald and Epic School Parties

4 March 2011 1:00 PM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Columns, Cinematical

Zip out for the weekend before our great Friday night content? Miss a day of movie coverage? Check here every Friday afternoon for all the great original content Cinematical published over the last week and play catch up!

Reviews

'Rango' Review: Must Be Something in the Water

Eric Snider reviews 'Rango' and reveals that it's more than meets the eye: "The whole thing feels like the Coen brothers made a Tex Avery cartoon set in the Old West, ran it through a Pixar filter, and then dipped it in LSD."

'The Adjustment Bureau' Review: Defying Expectations

Getting a little Matt Damon, Emily Blunt adjustment, Peter Hall attempts to review "a movie so defiant of the Hollywood norms we're used to that it's impossible to market it accurately." He concludes: "even if 'The Adjustment Bureau' does have a few permanent bruises from running the Hollywood gauntlet, »

- Monika Bartyzel

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Cinematical Originals: From Beastly Rangos to Molly Ringwald and Epic School Parties

4 March 2011 1:00 PM, PST | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Columns, Cinematical

Zip out for the weekend before our great Friday night content? Miss a day of movie coverage? Check here every Friday afternoon for all the great original content Cinematical published over the last week and play catch up!

Reviews

'Rango' Review: Must Be Something in the Water

Eric Snider reviews 'Rango' and reveals that it's more than meets the eye: "The whole thing feels like the Coen brothers made a Tex Avery cartoon set in the Old West, ran it through a Pixar filter, and then dipped it in LSD."

'The Adjustment Bureau' Review: Defying Expectations

Getting a little Matt Damon, Emily Blunt adjustment, Peter Hall attempts to review "a movie so defiant of the Hollywood norms we're used to that it's impossible to market it accurately." He concludes: "even if 'The Adjustment Bureau' does have a few permanent bruises from running the Hollywood gauntlet, »

- Monika Bartyzel

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