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'4th and Loud' shows how Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley rock arena football

TV personality/musicians Paul Stanley, left, and Gene Simmons speak onstage at the '4th and Loud' panel during the AMC Networks portion of the 2014 Summer Television Critics Association tour. Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images

Driven by the merchandising wizardry of Simmons, KISS has lent its name to the Arena Football League team located in Los Angeles. The exploits of the band during their first season will be played out on the new AMC reality series '4th and Loud.' More

'Bite This With Nadia G' visits Detroit on Monday

Nadia G visited three local restaurants for an episode of her new show 'Bite This.' Nadia G

A Detroit-centric episode of 'Bite This With Nadia G' debuts on the Cooking Channel at 10 p.m. Monday. The host visited three Metro Detroit restaurants. More

'Captivated' shows how justice fell to infotainment with Pamela Smart

Pamela Smart's trial was the country's first fully televised court case. Sundance Institute

The power of the media to mess with minds and lives is on full ugly display in 'Captivated,' a documentary that tracks both a likely miscarriage of justice and the birth of what would become 'reality TV.' More

'Detroit Rubber' returns Monday for second season

Burn Rubber owners Roland Coit, left, and Rick Williams David Coates / The Detroit News

'Detroit Rubber,' the web series that follows the exploits of Royal Oak sneaker boutique Burn Rubber, will kick off its second season at 1 p.m. Monday on, the website announced Friday. More

Series like 'Orange Is the New Black' show TV prison is not such a confining setting

Yael Stone, left, and Natasha Lyonne star as women in prison in the Netflix crime drama 'Orange Is the New Black.' Jessica Miglio / Netflix

Movies have been going to prison for years, embracing themes of incarceration from 'Jailhouse Rock' to 'The Shawshank Redemption.' Television, though, has been less inclined to incarcerate itself. More

Mich. 'Big Brother' superfan Franzel ousted from house, but could move back in

Nicole Franzel

Nicole Franzel, the 'Big Brother' superfan from Ubly, Mich. (in the thumb, population 800), was voted off the CBS reality show during Thursday's live eviction episode. More

Robin Williams had strong memories of time living in Metro Detroit

Robin Williams, 63, was one of the funniest people alive, entertaining audiences on television, in films and with his rapid-fire stand-up comedy. His next film — which may or may not be released — is 'Merry Friggin' Christmas.' Reed Saxon / AP

Robin Williams didn't live in Metro Detroit for a long time, but he had vivid memories of his years living in Bloomfield Hills, when he was a student at Detroit Country Day. More

Al Jazeera America often misses local Middle Eastern perspective

A television cameraman takes video of the new Al Jazeera America television broadcast studio on West 34th Street in New York. Stan Honda / Getty Images

Now, just under a year after the network launched and set up bureaus in Detroit and 11 other cities across the country, some say Metro Detroiters of Middle Eastern descent are underrepresented on the channel. More

Morgan Spurlock's '7 Deadly Sins' goes to extremes

Morgan Spurlock is the executive producer and host of Showtime's '7 Deadly Sins.' David M. Russell / Showtime

'7 Deadly Sins' centers each of its episodes on one of Christianity's famous cardinal sins. And in true pay-cable fashion, it's interested in nothing less than the most extreme and shocking cases. More

'Better Call Saul' to debut in February, AMC says

Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman in a scene from 'Better Call Saul,' Season 1. Ursula Coyote / AMC

AMC-TV says that 'Breaking Bad' spinoff, 'Better Call Saul,' will debut in February. More

Cultures clash on Bravo's new 'Jersey Belle' reality series

Danielle, left, Jaime Primak Sullivan, Leigh Anne, Scarlett and Haley star in the reality show 'Jersey Belle.' Skip Bolen / Bravo

It's less than 1,000 miles between New Jersey and Alabama but as far as Jaime Primak Sullivan is concerned the two states are on different planets. More



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