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  1. 'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Chuck Lorre ('The Big Bang Theory' & 'Mom')

    5:25 am 5/11/2016

    The multi-camera master opens up about Charlie Sheen's meltdown ("a terrible time"), the cancellation of 'Mike and Molly' ("CBS was never terribly enthusiastic"), the future of 'Big Bang' ("a Leslie Moonves question"), his passion for 'Mom' (even though it's "much more difficult" to write than his other shows), his next show ("I'd love to try and work in another way") and more.Read more

  2. Russian Version of 'Roseanne' in the Works

    2:44 am 10/1/2015

    The pilot order comes from Russian network CTC, which runs a Russian-language version of 'Everybody Loves Raymond.'Read more

  3. How 'Roseanne' Actress Wound Up Managing a TV Station

    9:00 am 4/23/2015

    Anne Faulkner — who appears in The Hollywood Reporter magazine's feature about the history and the future of beloved industry retirement community the MPTF Country House — is known for roles on the hit sitcom and the drama 'Knots Landing.' She talks to THR about what she's doing now.Read more

  4. Beyond 'Mad Men's' Joan: How TV Has Tackled Taboo Female Topics

    8:00 am 6/6/2012

    Divorce, abortion, single motherhood: Shows from Mary Tyler Moore to Murphy Brown changed the conversation.Read more

  5. George Clooney Says 'ER' Made His Life 'More Complicated' (Video)

    12:31 am 9/10/2011

    During a conversation moderated by THR chief film critic Todd McCarthy, the actor-director also revealed that Roseanne Barr once came onto him.Read more

  6. Roseanne Barr Preps Comeback Sitcom 'Downwardly Mobile' for 20th Television (Exclusive)

    11:34 pm 8/9/2011

    The 1990s sitcom star has set up a blue-collar family comedy with her longtime boyfriend, Johnny Argent.Read more

  7. 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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