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  1. Alan Alda Pens Tribute to Late 'M*A*S*H' Co-Star Wayne Rogers

    7:00 am 1/6/2016

    "We were strangers, but we both knew we somehow had to find a relationship like the one the characters we played had," says Alda of first meeting his friend and colleague, who died Dec. 31 at 82.Read more

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  2. Wayne Rogers, Trapper John on TV's 'M*A*S*H,' Dies at 82

    6:18 pm 12/31/2015

    After he left the series in a contract dispute, he played another doctor on 'House Calls.'Read more

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  3. Tim Goodman Picks His 5 Favorite Medical Series

    10:00 am 10/1/2015

    'Code Black' not doing it for you? THR's chief TV critic says watch one of these and call him in the morning.Read more

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  4. Rick Mittleman, Emmy-Nominated Writer, Dies at 84

    11:18 am 8/1/2014

    UPDATED: The veteran scribe worked on such series as "The Dick Van Dyke Show," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "The Odd Couple" and "Gomer Pyle: USMC" during his five-decade career.Read more

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  5. Former 'Walking Dead' Showrunner Glen Mazzara on the Necessity of Killing Off Good Characters (Guest Column)

    8:00 am 10/10/2013

    In a piece written for The Hollywood Reporter, the TV veteran reveals the thought process (and behind-the-scenes drama) involved in a big send-off and how hard it is to deliver the bad news to the actor: It's as if they are "listening in stunned silence to the news of their own death."Read more

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  6. 21 Steps to Sitcom Success From a Top Comedy Showrunner

    10:00 am 11/8/2012

    Ken Levine, of "Cheers" and "M*A*S*H" fame, spills his secrets to THR -- including hiring writers who bathe, not abusing assistants and (guffaw!) listening to your actors.Read more

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  7. Famed M*A*S*H Hot Dog Diner Sale Falls Through

    1:03 pm 1/3/2012

    Ohio's Tony Packo's diner, which was featured on multiple episodes the popular television series, was set to be sold for $5.5 million.Read more

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  8. TV Executives Admit in Taped Interviews That Hollywood Pushes a Liberal Agenda (Exclusive Video)

    5:00 am 6/1/2011

    In clips that will hit the Internet to promote a new book, producers including "Friends" co-creator Marta Kauffman and "House" creator David Shore say Hollywood discriminates against and belittles conservatives.Read more

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