Bill Harris' TV must-sees for the week of Dec. 18:
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Bill has been a Sun columnist, reporter and editor for 22 years. Previously was in Sports as Toronto Raptors beat writer and NBA columnist, he joined Entertainment in 2005 as a television and music critic before moving exclusively to TV. Prior to the Sun, he worked at the Montreal Daily News, the Orillia Packet & Times and the Sherbrooke Record.
Doesn't it seem as if this show has some sort of debut or finale every couple of weeks?
It's all TV's fault. Homer Simpson was complaining to his wife Marge that he would be a lot more productive if it weren't for television.
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Queen Elizabeth has reigned for so long, it's easy to forget she once was a young girl who inherited the throne far earlier than expected.
Based on the 1973 movie, but the story differs.
TORONTO - Web streaming service Shomi says it is shutting down as of Nov. 30.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus was shaking. She was holding her notes in her left hand, and the papers clearly were moving.
Host Jimmy Kimmel asked, “Are we ready to make the Emmys great again?”
Bill Harris' TV must-sees for the week of Sept. 18
Remember when Bruce Springsteen used to complain that there were 57 channels and nothing on? Man, those were the days.
Getting roasted might be considered the low point of your career.
“Once a Gilmore, always a Gilmore,” as the new motto goes.
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Sound the trumpets and release the hounds, it's Emmy time again.
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Dragons just seem to keep following Hannah John-Kamen.
A bad friend. Yes, I know this is ironic when we're talking about David Schwimmer. But his character in the new series Feed the Beast is putting up with a really bad friend. At least, that's my take.