Saturday, August 30, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Television

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Marking his first TV role since "Frasier" ended in 2004, David Hyde Pierce has been cast in a recurring role in the sixth season of the CBS drama "The Good Wife."
Don't think about talking trash about Abby Donovan. Because "Ray Donovan" star Paula Malcomson has her character's back.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow staged a miniature "Friends" reunion on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Wednesday night on ABC.
NEW YORK (AP) - Rachel Maddow's top producer at MSNBC is the new man in charge on the daytime talk show "The View."
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - If the big banks were notoriously too big to fail, the TV awards process might finally have become too big to wrangle.
NEW YORK (AP) - Diane Sawyer signed off as anchor of ABC's "World News" on Wednesday, telling viewers that it has been wonderful to be the "home port" of the network's news team each weeknight.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - As Comcast awaited approval to acquire NBCUniversal, producer Peter Chernin interviewed CEO Brian Roberts at the 2010 Cable Show.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Netflix confirmed Thursday that it has acquired the rights to NBC's hot first-year drama "The Blacklist," from Sony Pictures TV.
I HAVE NEVER particularly cared about whether Tony Soprano (the late, tremendously lamented James Gandolfini) dies in the final episode of the seminal HBO series "The Sopranos," which ended in 2007 with a fade to black that left a lot of viewers wondering if their TV service had cut out. The conduct of Tony's life, the moral decisions the people in his life made and the 86 episodes of television that preceded that moment seem far more momentous.
LAKE CITY, Pa. (AP) - It's no secret technology is changing our television-viewing habits.