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February 2010

February 3, 2010: ABC sets 'Lost' finale date
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Years after ABC set a series end date for "Lost," now the network is setting the actual date-date.

February 3, 2010: NBC's 'Who Do You Think You Are?' preview (video)
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NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?" has seven celebrities exploring their family tree.

February 3, 2010: Fans rediscover 'Lost' as premiere ratings climb
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The final season of ABC's "Lost" got underway Tuesday night with a very strong rating that slipped slightly from last year's opener.

February 3, 2010: 'Big Bang Theory' minus laugh track (video)
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Just how awkward and creepy is the top-rated comedy on TV once the laugh track is removed?

February 2, 2010: Oscar producer expects possible ratings rebound, assures telecast will rank among the 'best ever'
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Oscars producer Bill Mechanic spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about what fans can expect from the March 7 telecast ...

February 2, 2010: ABC to air 'Castle' on Sunday night
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ABC is scheduling an episode of its impressively performing Monday drama series "Castle" on a Sunday night.

February 2, 2010: CNN tops MSNBC in January ratings
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This used to be a given, but CNN has beaten MSNBC in the ratings for the month of January.

February 2, 2010: Jimmy Fallon parodies 'Glee' (video)
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A seven-minute plus "Glee" parody from "Late Night With Jamie Jimmy Fallon" ...

February 2, 2010: 'Bachelor' hits season high as rivals drop
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ABC's dating reality show "The Bachelor" continues to defy gravity on Monday nights, hitting yet another season high.

February 2, 2010: Leaked 'Lost' content gets surprising fan reaction
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Though preview content for heavily serialized dramas such as "Lost" are typically and frantically consumed online by fans, the sixth season of the ABC hit has managed to build such an epic level of anticipation that many fans are doing the unthinkable: refusing to watch the leaks.

February 1, 2010: Pilot update: Matthew Broderick takes TV role, more
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Matthew Broderick is coming to series television.

February 1, 2010: 12,000 fans watching 'Lost' (pics)
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Is there any other TV drama that can draw 12,000 fans to an island in the South Pacific?

February 1, 2010: Entire 'Lost' final season premiere leaked online
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ABC hosted a free screening of the "Lost" sixth season premiere on the beach in Oahu this weekend and about 15,000 fans showed up

February 1, 2010: CBS rejects 'Dante's Inferno' Super Bowl ad (video)
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Here's the rejected Super Bowl commercial for the game.

February 1, 2010: Gratuitous Japanese TV trailer of the day (video)
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Here's a trailer for a series that is not called "Mighty Morphin Power Boobs" but might as well be.

February 1, 2010: Dish knocks DirecTV's celebrity endorsements (vid)
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During the Grammys, satellite provider Dish Network premiered an ultra-low-budget new ad taking aim at DirecTV's legion of overwrought paid celebrity endorsements (politely skipping the dead one, Chris Farley).

February 1, 2010: Indian-themed TV pilots all the rage
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They are the two comeback stories of this pilot season, projects developed years ago that have been resurrected and have landed orders at the broadcast networks.

February 1, 2010: Grammy Awards ratings highest in six years
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CBS' presentation the 52nd annual Grammy Awards was the highest-rated telecast for the show since 2004.

February 1, 2010: Syfy to reinvent classic fairy tales
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Syfy is reinventing fairy tales and pop culture characters as part of its Saturday night TV movie franchise.

February 1, 2010: Spike TV orders 'Scrappers,' 'Half Pint Brawlers'
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Spike TV has greenlit docu-series that examine the world of little person wrestling and Brooklyn scrap-metal workers.


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