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Author: Lisa Fowler

Danny Castellano of “The Mindy Project” Sets the Record Straight

by | Nov 20, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

  Hey, Danny Castellano here—partner at Shulman & Associates, renowned OBGYN, life-long New Yorker, and Mindy Lahiri’s boyfriend. I’ve come across these articles about Mindy being the coolest chick on TV and I feel like I need to set the record straight a little bit. Mindy’s a lot of things. She’s absolutely adorable; like when […]

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If Real Wives Were Treated Like TV Wives It Would Look Like This – WATCH

by | Oct 17, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

Wives of some of TV’s most notorious criminals and psychopaths have received a lot of unnecessary hatred from viewers. While TV husbands are out drunkenly philandering and building drug fueled empires, their careful wives are labeled rigid, boring and ensue fan anger across the internet. What if real wives were treated with the same cruel […]

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Experience ‘The Walking Dead’ alongside the Premiere

by | Oct 2, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

It was a cold day in January when we, here at CableTV, asked our Facebook fans which show they would most like to have an infographic about. We were making bets that the show our fans and readers would choose would be Game of Thrones. Welp, we were wrong. Almost 60,000 of you answered our […]

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3 Things are Guaranteed in Life: Death, Taxes, and Disney

by | May 7, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

Disney has positioned itself to be successful in a wide array of markets, from entertaining kids with cartoon animals to playing the venture capital game. It’s no surprise why Disney acquired companies like LucasFilms, ABC, and Marvel, to name a few, but some surprising acquisitions are companies like GoPro (the famous helmet camera company) and the online photo hosting company, Photobucket.

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How Much Would It Cost To Take an Internet TV Show And Air It On Cable TV?

by | Feb 21, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

Backed by a network, a web series could definitely become a successful TV series if the following took place. But then the question is would it be the same show that attracted its initial audience? How could a digital show keep its integrity after the transition?

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