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  1. NBC confirms 'Will & Grace' is coming back to TV this year

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    Will & Grace is making a comeback.

    NBC said Wednesday that 10 new episodes are set to air during the 2017-18 season. The series will feature original stars Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally.

    Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, Debra Messing and Megan Mullally, shown in 2006 near the end of Will & Grace’s run, will all return.
  2. TLC 'Married by Mom and Dad' star and local man talks about his TV life

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    TAMPA — Devin Duggan had an arranged marriage — of sorts.

    Devin Duggan, of St. Petersburg, married Ursula Mae Manganaro on TV after his parents chose her for their son. (Courtesy of TLC)
  3. Golden Globes TV predictions: 'The Crown,' 'The People vs. O.J. Simpson" and more

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    With so much TV to choose from, it helps to have award shows tell us which ones to move to the top of our watchlist. While the Emmys remain a little predictable, the Globes like to get rowdy with novelty wins.

    Sterling K. Brown portrays Christopher Darden, left, and Cuba Gooding, Jr. portrays O.J. Simpson in a scene from "The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story." (Ray Mickshaw/FX via AP)
  4. Winter TV Preview: From 'The Young Pope' to 'Riverdale' to '24: Legacy,' 17 shows to watch in 2017

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    There is more TV than ever before.

    A whopping 455 scripted series aired in 2016, according to recent data compiled by FX. That's an increase of 8 percent from last year, which had 421 shows. You could literally spend a day a year bingeing one series and still not make it through all of them.

    Tom Hardy in "Taboo." (FX)
  5. Fox News' Megyn Kelly headed to NBC News

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    NEW YORK — Megyn Kelly, the Fox News star whose 12-year stint has been marked by upheavals at her network and personal attacks on the campaign trail, is headed to NBC News.

    Megyn Kelly poses for a portrait in New York in May 2016. Kelly, the Fox News star whose 12-year stint has been marked by upheavals at her network and personal attacks on the campaign trail, is headed to NBC News. She is expected to take on a multi-faceted role at NBC. [Victoria Will | Invision/AP]
  6. Every new TV show to watch — or not — this fall season

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    We're in the era of peak TV, but quantity doesn't necessarily mean quality. That's why we've combed through the upcoming fall schedule and picked out a must-watch new show for every night of the week. …

    Get some new batteries for your remote. Here are 35 new shows coming to TV this fall season. [Bee Johnson | Special to the Times]
  7. Throwback Thursday: Local millennials remember Tampa's 'David D TV'

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    In an age when YouTube is helping fuel peak Clinton-era nostalgia, it was only a matter of time before this one resurfaced.

    David D TV followed David D and his mildly mischievous Muppet-looking friend, Smedley, which was voiced by Todd Coyle.
  8. Ashleigh Banfield takes Nancy Grace's prime-time slot at HLN

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    Ashleigh Banfield is joining CNN's sister channel HLN to anchor her own prime-time legal program.

    Ashleigh Banfield’s current CNN program Legal View will be replaced in September.
  9. Amy Schumer in crossfire after rape comments by writer on her show

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    Amy Schumer found herself in the midst of an online firestorm this week in a debate concerning comedy and sexual assault.

    Amy Schumer’s response included “Kurt does not work for me” and the news that her show is currently on hiatus.
  10. 'We need to do better': CBS responds to TV critics about fall shows only led by white men

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    When CBS announced its 2016 fall TV schedule a few months ago, the lack of diversity was glaringly obvious: All six new shows are led by white male actors. This includes three sitcoms (Matt LeBlanc's Man With a Plan, Kevin James's Kevin Can Wait and Joel McHale's The Great Indoors) where middle-aged white men complain …

    Kevin Can Wait