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John Erman, Emmy-Winning Director and Frequent Ann-Margret Collaborator, Dies at 85

John Erman, the Emmy-winning director who worked on Roots, That Girl, Peyton Place, Star Trek, The Fugitive and M*A*S*H during his 40-plus years in television, died June 25 in New York after a…

Gene Reynolds, Creative Architect Behind ‘M*A*S*H’ and ‘Lou Grant,’ Dies at 96

Gene Reynolds, the prolific director, producer and writer who was a driving force behind such socially conscious television series as 'M*A*S*H,' 'Lou Grant' and 'Room 222,' has died. He was 96.

AFM Flashback: ‘M*A*S*H’s Last Shoot in Malibu Creek Broke Records

'M*A*S*H's final episode aired on Feb. ?28, 1983 and ran for two and a half hours, garnering 125? million viewers.

Thad Mumford, ‘M*A*S*H’ and ‘ALF’ Writer and Producer, Dies at 67

Thad Mumford, a pioneering writer and producer for shows including 'M*A*S*H,' 'The Cosby Show,' 'Maude' and 'ALF,' has died. He was 67.

Donald Sutherland to Get Lifetime Honor at Zurich Film Festival

Donald Sutherland will receive a lifetime achievement award at the 2018 Zurich Film Festival.

Alan Alda Reveals Parkinson’s Diagnosis

Alan Alda, best known for his role on M*A*S*H, revealed he has Parkinson's disease on Tuesday's 'CBS This Morning.'

Emmys Flashback: Alan Alda Flipped Out When He Won an Emmy in 1979

The six-time winner Alan Alda famously did a cartwheel on the way up to the stage to accept his writing win for the "Inga" episode of 'M*A*S*H.'

‘M*A*S*H’ Stars Recall the Heart and Humor of David Ogden Stiers

The actor who played Major Charles Emerson Winchester III died Saturday.

Memories of ‘M*A*S*H’: Inside Stories of the Most Famous Episodes (and Castings)

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the series finale, the stars and crew share some of their favorite memories.

‘M*A*S*H’ Finale, 35 Years Later: Untold Stories of One of TV’s Most Important Shows

Thirty-five years after ending its 11-season run, the cast and creators behind the CBS military comedy look back on one of the most beloved shows in TV history.

Alan Alda Pens Tribute to Late ‘M*A*S*H’ Co-Star Wayne Rogers

"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.

Wayne Rogers, Trapper John on TV’s ‘M*A*S*H,’ Dies at 82

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