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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

  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

  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

  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

  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

  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

  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

  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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