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By Joe Diliberto Posted: Dec 22, 2009
Apparently, GENERAL HOSPITAL's James Franco is synonymous with Christmas trees.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Dec 21, 2009
Well, it certainly could have been worse. And the promotional spots made it seem like it could have been much worse.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Dec 18, 2009
Today's episode of AS THE WORLD TURNS seemed to have multiple personalities — heartbreakingly good for a chunk of time, then shockingly bad, then sentimental and fun again.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Dec 9, 2009
It seems like the holidays (and hiatus) sneaked up in MELROSE PLACE, because the nighttime sudser wrapped up its "Who Killed Sydney?" mystery in an awkward, rushed fashion that felt really anticlimactic.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Dec 8, 2009
So, AS THE WORLD TURNS has been canceled. The World will stop turning in September of 2010.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Nov 25, 2009
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and genius that I am, I stumbled upon the shockingly original idea of compiling a list of things for which I am grateful. (Hopefully no one else will copy me!) Being thankful for family and friends almost goes without saying, but we already don't say it enough, so it's worth repeating: I am thankful you are all in my life. But now, here are just a few of the TV-related things (in no particular order) which are worth acknowledging:
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Nov 20, 2009
First impressions of GENERAL HOSPITAL's Franco, as portrayed by movie star James Franco? Cautiously optimistic.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Nov 19, 2009
There has not been a more consistently wonderful show this fall than Fox's GLEE. What started as a lark of a musical comedy set in a high school has matured into a complicated drama with deep characters and layered stories. And songs.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Nov 18, 2009
In case anyone is just emerging from a cave today, the big news about last night's TV lineup was not some model being kicked off DANCING WITH THE STARS or the epic fail of that PRISONER remake; it was the return of Heather Locklear to MELROSE PLACE in her signature role, überbitch Amanda Woodward.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Nov 17, 2009
Night two of the AMC miniseries adaptation of the cult series THE PRISONER found No. 6 getting a new job, but still trapped in the desert — and the series itself still lost in the wilderness.