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W.Va. painting wows ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraiser
F. BRIAN FERGUSON | Sunday Gazette-Mail
W.Va. painting wows ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraiser

“Antiques Roadshow,” the national PBS show that invites people to bring in their old items and find out how much they’re worth, kicked off its first visit to West Virginia on a high note with the appraisal of an original Edward...

W.Va. painting wows ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraiser
W.Va. painting wows ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraiser

“Antiques Roadshow,” the national PBS show that invites people to bring in their old items and find out how much they’re worth, kicked off its first visit to West Virginia on a high note with the appraisal of an original Edward...

Veteran TV reporter discloses Parkinson’s diagnosis
Veteran TV reporter discloses Parkinson’s diagnosis

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The news of actor Robin Williams’ death hit close to home for WCHS-TV senior reporter Bob Aaron.

During a Friday-evening news segment on the death of Williams, who recently had been diagnosed with...

Few TV tributes planned for Robin Williams this week
Few TV tributes planned for Robin Williams this week

Of all the celebrities tweeting and speaking out about Robin Williams’ death this week, “Glee” star Chris Colfer’s was one that really stood out to me. It said, in part, “You know someone is special when the whole...

Kid’s show conjures up magic with a message
Kid’s show conjures up magic with a message

BECKLEY — Last week, 14-year-old Allison England stood at the edge of the “Abracadabra” set with her fellow actors, waiting for crew members to finish preparations for a new scene and for the...

Binge on ‘Breaking Bad’ — with extras — starting Sunday
Binge on ‘Breaking Bad’ — with extras — starting Sunday

The lone new drama premiering this week is not only the only show premiering this week, it’s also the only new show premiering for the rest of the month (at least according to my sources). Also, many of the shows that had season or series...

‘Doctor Who’ fan series featured on PopCult blog
‘Doctor Who’ fan series featured on PopCult blog

There are videos galore for you to feast your eyes on over at the PopCult blog (blogs.wvgazette.com/popcult). These include a new “RFC MINI SHOW” and a first look at “Doctor Who: The Classic Series Regenerated....

FX debuts Kelsey Grammer, Martin Lawrence sitcom
FX debuts Kelsey Grammer, Martin Lawrence sitcom

The fall season will be here before you know it, with dozens and dozens of new shows rolled out for us to feast our eyes upon. In the meantime, though, the flood of premieres that came in July is slowing to a trickle.

This week, there is only...

Two new shows wrap up July premieres
Two new shows wrap up July premieres

This week wraps up a July full of premieres with WGN’s “Manhattan” and Nickelodeon’s “Henry Danger,” bringing the total to 17 new shows this month....

USA’s new Thursday lineup kicks off the week’s premieres
USA’s new Thursday lineup kicks off the week’s premieres

This week’s five new shows come from just three networks, with USA unveiling it’s all-new Thursday night lineup and FX debuting two new comedies in the 10 p.m. hour the same day. Lifetime rounds out the group with a new drama on Sundays. ...

Seven series start this week
Seven series start this week

Seven new scripted shows hit the air this week, including four comedies and a Kiwi import. Here’s a look:

“Welcome to Sweden,” 9 p.m. Thursday, NBC

Greg Poehler...

TV celebrates the 4th with specials, marathons
TV celebrates the 4th with specials, marathons

Three networks mark the Fourth of July with specials on Friday. All of them feature musical performances from a wide variety of guests and, of course, fireworks. So, if you have an aversion to heat, humidity or pesky summer bugs, here’s a look...

Disney Channel introduces ‘Girl Meets World’ on Friday
Disney Channel introduces ‘Girl Meets World’ on Friday

Just as Charleston’s week was jam-packed last week with FestivALL activities, so was TV land with 20 show premieres. This week, things greatly slow down on the small screen, if not as much in Charleston. Only three new scripted shows make their ...

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