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New ‘Doctor Who’ arrives on BBC America this weekend
ADRIAN ROGERS | BBC Worldwide
New ‘Doctor Who’ arrives on BBC America this weekend

The new season of “Doctor Who,” with Peter Capaldi as the 12th Doctor, premieres Saturday, and BBC America is going all out for it.

First, on Friday, there’s the “Doctor Who: Earth...

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 ...

Summer no longer a slow season in TV land
Summer no longer a slow season in TV land

Last week was a relatively quiet week in TV land, but this week is far from it. There’s a combined total of 34 premieres as well as 10 finales.

Seven of the premieres are scripted shows, and one is an ABC singing competition featuring...

More than 18,000 in W.Va. try for ‘Roadshow’ tickets
More than 18,000 in W.Va. try for ‘Roadshow’ tickets

More than 18,000 people entered the online lottery for 3,000 pairs of tickets to the Aug. 16 taping of “Antiques Roadshow” in Charleston.

That’s just one example of the unprecedented promotional and fund-raising potential...

VH1 rushes nostalgia with new “I Love the . . .” series
VH1 rushes nostalgia with new “I Love the . . .” series

I suppose it was just a matter of time.

Now that we’re halfway through the 2010s, VH1 is dusting off its “I Love the . . .” franchise for “I Love the 2000s,” premiering at 9 p.m. Tuesday. It...

2 new dramas debut this week
2 new dramas debut this week

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Several scripted series are returning for new seasons this week, including USA’s “Royal Pains,” ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars” and TNT’s...

Pirates, computer developers and more debut this week
Pirates, computer developers and more debut this week

A quartet of new scripted shows hit the air this week, divided evenly between comedies and dramas and broadcast and cable networks.

First up are the two broadcast offerings, both on NBC: “Undateable” at 9 p.m. Thursday and...

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