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  1. Top TV week of Dec. 15: 'The Colbert Report,' 'Jane the Virgin,' 'Disney Prep & Landing'

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    The Great Christmas Light Fight, 8 p.m., ABC

    Stephen Colbert in The Colbert Report.
  2. Top TV week of Dec. 8: 'Frosty,' 'Great Light Fight,' ‘Backstage with Disney on Broadway'

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    MONDAY

    The Great Christmas Light Fight, 8 p.m., ABC

    From left, Taylor John Wiliams, Chris Jamison, Matt McAndrew, Damien Lawson, Craig Wayne Boyd make it to the semifinals of The Voice.
  3. Spring Hill man's documentary, 'In Their War,' preserves veterans' WWII stories

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    In his dimly lit home office, Matt Wilcox pointed at the black and white pictures of naval ships and soldiers pasted to the black pages of a spiral-bound book. It belonged to his grandfather, who operated gyroscopes during World War II.

    Matt Wilcox, 25, sifts through World War II-era letters he has collected during his research. Wilcox is creating a documentary based on veterans’ stories. The first segment of In Their War, a look at Pearl Harbor, airs Sunday.
  4. Top TV week of Nov. 24: 'Dancing with the Stars' finale, Thanksgiving Day parade, 'Making of Peter Pan Live!'

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    MONDAY

    SERIES PREMIERE Booze Traveler, 10 p.m., Travel

    Snoopy and Woodstock balloons will float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  5. NBC, Netflix scrap Bill Cosby plans as rape allegations escalate (w/video)

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    NEW YORK — The world of television turned away from 77-year-old comedian Bill Cosby on Wednesday.

    n this Nov. 18, 2013 file photo, actor-comedian Bill Cosby poses for a portrait in New York. [Associated Press]
  6. Top TV week of Nov. 17: 'State of Affairs,' 'New Girl,' 'Modern Family,' 'How to Get Away with Murder'

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    MONDAY

    Jane the Virgin, 9 p.m., CW

     Vanessa and Veronica Merrill are the “evil twins” Valeria and Victoria ready to torment Gina Rodriguez as Jane — in Jane the Virgin.
  7. Memo to 'State of Affairs:' Don't define women by their men

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    For someone who's tried desperately to convince us she's not a difficult person, Katherine Heigl sure doesn't mind playing one on TV. Heigl, whom you probably know from the early seasons of Grey's Anatomy or as the pregnant one in Judd Apatow's Knocked Up, returns to weekly television Monday with NBC's new …

    Katherine Heigl plays CIA analyst Charleston Tucker, who gives the daily briefing to President Constance Payton (Alfre Woodard).  Both are good in roles that are too complicated by the fact that the president is the mother of Tucker’s dead fiance.
  8. Spring Hill couple co-stars in TLC's 90 Day Fiancé

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    Jason Hitch smiled as Cassia Tavares tugged on his blue, striped shirt. She smiled as he told his side of their story.

    Jason Hitch and Cassia Tavares met online two years ago through a mutual Facebook friend, and are now engaged.
  9. 'The Flash' and 'Jane the Virgin': Making drama out of niceness

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    For a long time, most prominent television shows have drawn their dramatic juice from the idea that all characters have big, bad secrets. The waste management consultant who is really a mobster has a wife who is having a discrete emotional affair with his bodyguard. If a prisoner of war returned to the United States is …

    Grant Gustin as Barry Allen in The Flash: Building drama out of the conflicts produced by good intentions and not by evil.
  10. Top TV week of Nov. 10: 'Chopped,' 'Scorpion,' 'Scandal,' Hollywood Film Awards

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    The Voice, 8 p.m., NBC

    Coulson (Clark Gregg) finds himself the prime suspect in a series of murders on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.