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  1. Joshua Malina of 'Scandal,' 'West Wing' talks about being a mensch in Hollywood

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    TAMPA — Even after more than 40 speaking engagements at Jewish Federations around the country, Joshua Malina doesn't consider himself an authority on the faith.

    Joshua Malina, who plays David Rosen in ABC’s Scandal, spoke at the Tampa Jewish Community Center and Federations Thursday.
  2. What to watch on TV the week of May 25-31

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    Aquarius

    It's the dawning of a new age for David Duchovny (The X-Files), who returns to network television in this gripping, 13-episode slice of historical fiction (before he returns for a six-episode slice of sci-fi goodness in the January X-Files reboot). He plays an L.A. …

    David Duchovny as Sam Hodiak in Aquarius.
  3. Bear Grylls drops other people on a deserted island for new show 'The Island'

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    Survival expert Bear Grylls expects the contestants on his new NBC reality adventure series The Island to be more prepared than they would have been had the show debuted a decade ago. The 14 players who are dropped on a deserted island for a month have had the opportunity to see Grylls fend for himself in the …

    Fourteen ordinary guys are dropped on an island for a month in The Island, a new show hosted and produced by survival expert Bear Grylls. It’s based on a British TV show of the same name.
  4. David Letterman speaks his heart on surgery, future after 'Late Show' (w/video)

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    "I'm tired, I'm very tired. I'm so tired," David Letterman jokes with late night verve during an early evening phone call. "How are you?"

    Fine, thanks, but why so tired?

    Signing off: The final broadcast of Late Show with David Letterman airs at 11:35 p.m. Wednesday on CBS.
  5. 'Amazing Race' contestant from St. Petersburg comes up short

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    ST. PETERSBURG — On a dozen flat-screen TVs on the Ferg's Sports Bar patio, an entire crowd wondered how it all would shake out Friday night.

    From left, Amazing Race contestants Kurt Belcher (in hat), Hayley Keel, Libby Simpson (whose face is covered), C.J. Harris and Bergen Olson catch a viewing party Friday in St. Petersburg.
  6. On retirement, WFLA's Gayle Sierens reflects on a lifetime in TV news

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    An hour before airtime, Gayle Sierens is inside a tiny voice-over booth, recording a promo for the 6 p.m. newscast.

    Gayle Sierens, after 38 years at WFLA-Ch. 8, will do her final newscast Wednesday.
  7. What to watch on TV the week of May 11-16

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    Bessie

    Queen Latifah makes a royal impression in this portrait of the legendary Roaring '20s blues singer Bessie Smith. The film offers an intimate look at the tenacious woman whose powerful voice took her from anonymity in the rough-and-tumble world of vaudeville to international fame, while …

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  8. Fox calling an end to fading 'American Idol' after 2015–16 season

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    NEW YORK — Fox is lowering the curtain on American Idol, ending a series that dominated television throughout the 2000s and made stars of the likes of Simon Cowell, Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood.

    Singer Keith Urban, singer and actress Jennifer Lopez and singer Harry Connick, Jr. arrive on the Los Angeles set of "American Idol" in December. Fox announced announced Monday that "American Idol" will go off the air after its 15th and final season next spring. [Associated Press]
  9. Revenge of a nerd: How Thomas Middleditch ended up on 'Silicon Valley'

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    Six years ago, Thomas Middleditch was chasing laughs on a Caribbean-bound cruise ship in a last-ditch effort to make something of this comedy thing — his income from walking dogs just wasn't cutting it.

    Thomas Middleditch is the awkward geek on HBO’s Silicon Valley.
  10. Kurt Cobain: the family man who was a rock star

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    Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love were goofing off at home when she asked him one of the most fundamental questions about his public perception. "Why are you the good one and I'm the bad one?" she asked, teasingly, about how the media portrayed their stormy romantic relationship.

    Kurt Cobain with his daughter, Frances, in HBO’s new documentary.