<![CDATA[NBC Chicago - TV, movies, music and celebrity news]]> Copyright 2014 http://www.nbcchicago.com/entertainment/entertainment-news http://media.nbcbayarea.com/designimages/5-Chicago-Blue.png NBC Chicago http://www.nbcchicago.com en-us Thu, 28 Aug 2014 22:33:52 -0500 Thu, 28 Aug 2014 22:33:52 -0500 NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Secretly Wed in France]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 10:13:14 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/jolie-pitt-450506160.jpg

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were married Saturday in Correns, France, a spokesman for the couple said, The Associated Press reported.

Jolie, 39, and Pitt, 50, tied the knot in a small chapel in a private ceremony attended by family and friends, according to the AP. Their six children participated in the wedding.

Jolie walked the aisle with her eldest sons Maddox and Pax. Zahara and Vivienne threw petals. Shiloh and Knox served as ring bearers, the spokesman told the AP.

The wedding comes after years of speculation on when the couple would officially tie the knot. Both had publicly said that they planned to but also insisted that they wouldn't marry unless the nation's laws allowed all couples to marry.

In the early days of her career, Jolie was known as much for her wild ways as for her work onscreen. In recent years she made the transition from hedonist to humanitarian by speaking publicly about pressing global issues and through her work as a special envoy on refugee issues for the United Nations.

Jolie surprised fans and industry insiders when she announced in early 2013 that she had a preventive double mastectomy after learning she carried a gene the made it extremely likely she would get breast cancer. She made the announcement in the form of an op-ed she authored for the New York Times under the headline “My Medical Choice,” and revealed she had completed three months of surgical procedures to remove both breasts.

The “Tomb Raider” actress wrote the she made the choice with thoughts of her six children after watching her own mother, actress Marcheline Bertrand, die too young from cancer. Bertrand died in January 2007.

She also wrote that Pitt was at the Pink Lotus Breast Center in Southern California for "every minute of the surgeries.”

Advocates for same-sex marriage, Pitt and Jolie publicly stated they would not wed until all couples were granted the same rights. But pressure from their six children to see their parents walk down the aisle eventually swayed the couple and they announced their engagement in 2012.

“I am getting more pressure from my kids, and it is something I want to do within their lifetime, but I also feel like the time has come,” Pitt told People in November 2012. "We've had a family, we've raised the kids," Pitt added. "I am surprised how much [marriage] meant to me once you had that."

The newlyweds became involved after they appeared together in the big screen spy caper “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” in 2005. Pitt had previously dated his “Seven” co-star Gwyneth Paltrow from 1994 to 1997. He was famously married to “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston.

Pitt and Aniston met in 1998 and were married in a much publicized ceremony in Malibu in 2000. They announced their decision to split in January 2005, with Aniston filing for divorce two months later citing “irreconcilable differences.”

Jolie, the daughter of Hollywood star Jon Voight, was awarded the best supporting actress Academy Award for her role in “Girl, Interrupted.” This is her third marriage. She was married to her “Hackers” co-star Jonny Lee Miller from 1996 to 1999. Jolie wore black rubber pants and white T-shirt to her nuptials with Miller.

After a two month courtship, Jolie married actor Billy Bob Thornton in 2000 in Las Vegas, Nevada. They met on the set of “Pushing Tin.” Jolie and Thornton announced the adoption of a son from Cambodia in March 2002, but separated three moths later. Their divorce was finalized in 2003.

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<![CDATA[Calling on "Ghostbusters," 30 Years Later]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 15:49:31 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/ghostbusters-bill-murray.jpg

Not too long into "Guardians of the Galaxy," Chris Pratt's goofy planet-hopping mercenary character Peter Quill alludes to "The Maltese Falcon" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" – a nod-and-a-wink homage to the borrowed plot device of chasing an elusive, prized item.

He also could have just as easily name-checked the film that paved the way for special effects-filled, sci-fi, adventure, comic buddy movies like "Guardians": "Ghostbusters."

As "Guardians of the Galaxy" rules the summer movie universe, "Ghostbusters" crosses the streams of time to return to theaters this holiday weekend with a restored 30th anniversary edition.

From "Spaceballs" to "Men in Black" to "Guardians," moviegoers have reaped laughs and thrills from what "Ghostbusters" started with the first flip of the Proton Pack switch. Still, all these years later, the response to "Who you gonna call?" for the greatest movie of the genre remains the same.

Sure, the special effects in "Ghostbusters" register as a pale shade of slime green compared to today's sharp digital technology. But in the summer of 1984, the flick electrified and entertained moviegoers as it stormed the summer box office like Stay Puft Marshmallow Man rampaging through New York.

Director Ivan Reitman deftly combined the film's various elements – even throwing in a love story. But "Ghostbusters" ultimately gelled thanks to the comic chemistry of a cast boasting Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, Rick Moranis and Sigourney Weaver.

Murray led the antics, with his sardonic scientist Peter Venkman transporting the lines like "He slimed me” and "We came, we saw, we kicked its a--" beyond catchphrases into pop cultural touchstones. Aykroyd and Ramis’ super-serious protogeeks, Ray Stantz and Egon Spengler, provided a deadpan counterpart to Venkman’s one-liners and boisterous declarations with nerdspeak that wouldn’t be out of place in the current revival of “Doctor Who” (in explaining the danger of “crossing the streams,” Spengler famously warned, "Try to imagine all life as you know it stopping instantaneously and every molecule in your body exploding at the speed of light").

The return of “Ghostbusters” also is unexpectedly poignant, coming six months after the death of Ramis, a sometimes-underappreciated force of modern movie comedy. He and Aykroyd reportedly worked for years writing a third "Ghostbusters" installment, though Murray is said to have balked at returning. Recent reports vary, with purported plans including everything from young actors joining the surviving cast members to a reboot featuring an all-women Ghostbusting team.

Whether or not the Ghostbuster’s former firehouse headquarters ever reopens, the rerelease marks an opportunity for some of us to revisit an old favorite on the big screen and for others to learn what all the fuss is all about.

The return of "Ghostbusters" might not be, as Murray’s Venkman would put it, an event of “biblical proportions." But it marks a good excuse to end the summer season with a trip to the movies. Check out the trailer below for the top movie of the summer of 1984 – and a timeless film comedy: 

Jere Hester is founding director of the award-winning, multi-media NYCity News Service at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He is also the author of "Raising a Beatle Baby: How John, Paul, George and Ringo Helped us Come Together as a Family." Follow him on Twitter.

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<![CDATA[Classic Hollywood Couples Then and Now]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:05:51 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/edtScreen+Shot+2014-08-13+at+1.14.26+PM.jpg Timeless couples of Hollywood]]> <![CDATA[Best and Worst Dressed: 2014 Emmy Awards]]> Wed, 27 Aug 2014 11:26:26 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/emmy-red-carpet-454162970_10.jpg From Lena Dunham's feathered ensemble to the many ruby red gowns, check out the best and worst dressed celebs on the 2014 Emmys red carpet.

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<![CDATA[Late at Night on NBC]]> Thu, 07 Aug 2014 08:39:14 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/AP24762024125.jpg

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<![CDATA[MTV VMAs: Red Carpet Best and Worst Dressed]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:21:56 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/454100874.jpg All the hottest (and weirdest) looks from the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards' red carpet.

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<![CDATA[Celebrity Hookups: Jolie, Pitt Tie the Knot ]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 08:16:49 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/edtAP340261768390.jpg Check out which celebrities are hooking up.

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<![CDATA[Calling "Friends" Fans: Central Perk Coming to NYC]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 08:03:06 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/Central-Perk-Friends-Orange-Couch-Seating-Area.jpg

If you were hunting for a Manhattan coffee shop to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the premiere of “Friends,” you needn’t search any longer.

That’s because Warner Bros. announced that it and Eight O’Clock Coffee are recreating Central Perk in a popup location in Soho next month in honor of Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe’s first TV appearances in 1994. 

The studio said that fans of the show will be able to visit for free cups of coffee and will be able to see props from the show in the coffee shop’s front windows.

Inside, fans can plop on the actual orange couch that was featured so prominently in the show. The actor who portrayed Gunther, the shop’s bright-haired barista, will also make several scheduled appearances throughout the month, and there will be weekly musical performances of Phoebe’s improvised songs, including “Smelly Cat.”

There will also be several giveaways over the course of the month, the studio said, and an area will be set up so fans can buy "Friends"-themed merchandise.

The coffee shop will open at the corner of Lafayette and Broome streets on Sept. 17 and will be open daily until Oct. 18.

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<![CDATA[Joan Rivers: Her Career in Photos ]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 12:44:38 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/rivers-171019708_10.jpg Joan Rivers' comedy career spans 50 years. Click to see photos from her incredible career.

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<![CDATA[Handler’s Star-Studded Exit From Late-Night]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 14:40:34 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/Handler-Bye.jpg

On Tuesday night, Chelsea Handler received a star-studded goodbye on the series finale of “Chelsea Lately.”

The episode began with her recurring shower bit, this time featuring Ellen DeGeneres. The daytime talk show host asked why she was never a guest on Handler’s show.

“Is it because I’m a lesbian?” DeGeneres asked.

“I didn’t even know that you were a lesbian,” Handler said. “I thought you were married to Ryan Seacrest.”

Then, actresses Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock and Mary McCormack gave Handler an intervention.

McCormack insinuated that her plans with Netflix were code for a stint in rehab, Aniston said Handler had a "foul smelling body," and Bullock told the comedian she wasn't funny.

Wrapping up the episode, a slew of celebrities sang a song for Handler’s exit. Gwen Stefani, Vanessa Hugdens, Fergie, Avril Lavigne, Miley Cyrus, Gerard Butler, Alanis Morissette and many more helped deliver the tune.

Lastly, Handler gave a heartfelt goodbye to conclude her seven-year run on the program.

"I never really got a good chance to be serious and say 'thank you,' and I want you to know that I am grateful for this career, thank you very much,” Handler said. "I'll see you on Netflix!"

Handler is slated to host a Netflix talk show that is set to begin early 2016, The Associated Press reported.

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<![CDATA[Silverman Shows "Liquid Pot" Pen on Emmys Red Carpet]]> Tue, 26 Aug 2014 11:05:32 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/Silverman-Rancic.png

Sarah Silverman showed off her “liquid pot” pen on the Emmys red carpet, catching E! host Giuliana Rancic off guard.

First, Rancic said to Silverman as a compliment, "Hey, you're dressed like a nominee."

Silverman replied, “Why did you put the microphone in front of me, you didn't say a question, you’re just like 'hey you're a nominee.'”

Rancic then looked through the comedienne’s clutch and discovered the pen.

"This is my pot. Liquid pot," Silverman said.

“OK, moving on,” Rancic said.

Marijuana is legal in California with a valid medical marijuana prescription.

Silverman later told reporters that she was not stoned at the Emmys, saying she had "pot for later in my purse," Bloomberg News reported.

On Monday, Silverman won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special for her HBO standup special “Sarah Silverman: We Are Magic.” 

“I like to have a puff at appropriate times,” Silverman reportedly said backstage after the win.

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<![CDATA[Emmys: Hottest After Parties]]> Tue, 26 Aug 2014 09:45:38 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/214*120/AP751245028862.jpg Your favorite stars mixing and mingling off the red carpet.

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<![CDATA[Emmys' Moving Goodbye to Robin Williams ]]> Tue, 26 Aug 2014 08:05:16 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/emmys-454167062_10.jpg

Billy Crystal aptly played the straight man to Robin Williams for one last time at Monday’s Emmy Awards, offering a eulogy by turns gently humorous, poignant and poetic as he remembered his pal and sometimes stage partner as “the brightest star in a comedy galaxy.”

“He made us laugh – hard,” Crystal said, before clips rolled reminding us how Williams could make us laugh until it hurt by using a mere scarf as an on-ramp to a riffing frenzy.

Crystal’s understated homage marked a fitting tribute to a hyper-verbal comedic force of nature who left us too soon on August 11 at age 63. The tribute also came in a fitting setting: on television’s biggest night. Even if Williams achieved his greatest success in the movies, his career hatched on TV when he burst out of the egg as the eccentric alien Mork three dozen years ago.

Williams’ debut on "Happy Days" and subsequent run on "Mork & Mindy" introduced a mass audience to his fast-paced brand of comedy that was dazzling, even a bit subversive, and packed with rapid-fire made-for-TV pop culture references. It also was on TV where Williams' selflessness came through most with the "Comedy Relief" specials he co-hosted with Crystal and Whoopi Goldberg.

While a handful of Williams movies have yet to be released, his television career ended earlier this year with the cancellation of CBS' "The Crazy Ones," a promising show that perhaps would have been given more time to develop in a past, more forgiving media era.

Amid the shocking news of his death two weeks ago, television quickly became the natural, primary place to mourn and celebrate Williams, as talents he influenced like Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers offered emotional salutes on their late night shows.

But the tributes packed even more power coming from peers like Crystal and David Letterman, who spoke for Williams fans around the world when he said on "Late Show" last week,  "Beyond being a very talented man and a good friend and a gentleman, I am sorry I – like everybody else – had no idea that the man was in pain and that the man was suffering.”

Crystal struck a similar personal note Monday night, testifying as a witness to the brilliance of a comedy great who shared his life and joy, if not his pain, with legions of admirers.

“As genius as he was on stage, he was the greatest friend you can imagine – supportive, protective, loving,” Crystal said. “It’s very hard to talk about him in the past because he was so present in all of our lives.”

Williams’ star, he said, will shine on: “The glow will be so bright, it will warm your heart, it will make your eyes glisten and you’ll think to yourself: ‘Robin Williams, what a concept’” – a subtle play on the title of Williams’ classic comedy album “Reality…What a Concept.”

Crystal, who has played before world audiences as an Oscars host, succeeded in his most solemn and toughest mission – bringing a bittersweet smile to millions with a moving tribute that leaves us with an even greater sense of sadness for Williams' loss and a greater appreciation for the laughter he gave us.


Jere Hester is founding director of the award-winning, multi-media NYCity News Service at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He is also the author of "Raising a Beatle Baby: How John, Paul, George and Ringo Helped us Come Together as a Family." Follow him on Twitter.

Copyright Associated Press / NBC Chicago

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<![CDATA[2014 Emmy Awards: The Best Moments]]> Tue, 26 Aug 2014 09:45:57 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/matthew-emmy-AP399525668921_0.jpg Check out the top moments from the 2014 Emmy Awards hosted by Seth Meyers.

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<![CDATA["Mad Men" Writer Rides Bike to Emmys]]> Tue, 26 Aug 2014 00:57:21 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/140825-emmys-tom-smuts.jpg

"Mad Men's" Emmy-nominated writer-producer Tom Smuts peddled his bicycle about 16 miles to the awards show Monday.

Smuts, accompanied by a small group of cyclists, rode his bike in a jacket and tie from his home in Santa Monica to the 66th Primetime Emmys at L.A. Live's Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. He hoped the hour-and-a-half journey would help him avoid rush-hour traffic and raise awareness for the Los Angeles County Bike Coalition.

"I'm riding my bike to the Emmys to show that LA is a biking city - let's go!" he said in a video posted to Instagram.

His wife joined him - in a dress on a white bike - for the last leg of the trip.

When Smuts arrived, he carried his bicycle helmet onto the red carpet.

The group used #CicLAEmmys and #Bike2Emmys on Instagram and Twitter to document the trip.

AMC's "Mad Men" was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series.

Kim Baldonado and Hetty Chang contributed to this report.

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<![CDATA[First Look: Meredith Vieira's Set]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:23:33 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/meredith-thumb-X_6334.jpg Designed to replicate Meredith Vieira's at-home family room, take a look at the new talk show host's set.

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<![CDATA[20 Questions With Meredith Vieira]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 13:05:52 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/20-questions-vieira.jpg As a journalist, a game show host and a mother, Meredith Vieira is normally the one asking the questions. She let NBCChicago.com turn the tables on her for our web series we call "20 Questions."]]> <![CDATA[Drew Barrymore’s Half-Sister Died From Overdose: ME]]> Tue, 26 Aug 2014 10:37:39 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/Jessica-Barrymore-scene-pic.jpg

The half-sister of movie star Drew Barrymore was killed by acute drug and alcohol intoxication, the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s office announced Monday.

Jessica Barrymore, 47, had alcohol, methamphetamine, methadone (an opioid), tramadol (a narcotic-like pain reliever) and noriazepam (a Valium metabolite) in her system when she died, the medical examiner says.

Her manner of death is considered an accident.

Jessica’s body was discovered in her car along Hoover Avenue in National City on July 29. Neighbors had noticed the car parked strangely and called police to investigate.

When emergency crews responded, they confirmed she died without trying to revive her.

Drew Barrymore released a statement after learning about her half-sister’s passing, saying “Although I only met her briefly, I wish her and her loved ones as much peace as possible and I'm so incredibly sorry for their loss.”

The woman were related through their father, John Drew Barrymore Jr., who had four children through several marriages.

He and Drew’s mother Jaid were married for 13 years.

Jessica’s mother, actress Nina Wayne, had several minor television roles in the 1960s.

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<![CDATA[Emmys 2014: The Social Awards Show]]> Mon, 25 Aug 2014 18:30:43 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/AP364396985042.jpg

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<![CDATA[What Steve Harvey Asked the President]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 14:00:21 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/WRC_0000000004744426_1200x675_90096195608.jpg

Steve Harvey quizzed President Obama on "family, fatherhood and his plans for the holidays" in a one-on-one interview at the White House Friday.

Harvey said he wanted to stay away from politics and get to more personal topics in what he called a "man on man" interview. He spoke about the interview to News4's Pat Lawson Muse immediately after the White House visit.

"The greatest moment in that interview for me was he was talking about his grandmother, who he misses so," Harvey said. "She passed in her eighties and my mom passed in her eighties.

"And I said to the president, 'I heard a rumor that your mother and my mother had met, and they are on the front row watching us right now. And that was a pretty cool moment."

The full interview will air on NBC4 on Friday, Dec. 20 at 2 p.m.

Harvey said he asked the president about gifts he plans to give this holiday season, family and how he feels about his daughters dating.

"He has developed some theories about dating," Harvey told Muse. "I was pretty proud of my president on that one."

And the selfie that Obama famously shot with the Danish and British prime ministers at the memorial in South Africa for Nelson Mandela? "I thought it was perfectly fine," Harvey told Muse. "So what? It was a celebration of life."

As for Michelle Obama's expression in the picture? Harvey said one short moment couldn't capture what the First Lady was really feeling."

"I've met her. I don't know a sweeter person, " Harvey said.

Harvey also said when he visits the District, he takes a trip to the Florida Grill near Howard University. "I love D.C.," he said.

<![CDATA[MTV Video Music Awards: Best Moments]]> Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:55:56 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/454110238.jpg The biggest and most outrageous moments from the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards.

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<![CDATA[Meredith Vieira Talks New Show Coming to NBC]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 13:17:19 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/WTVJ_000000011188274_1200x675_132480579544.jpg Veteran TV personality Meredith Vieira sits down with Roxanne Vargas to discuss her TV comeback, “The Meredith Vieira Show”, coming to NBC in the fall.]]> <![CDATA[Young Jeezy Arrested in SoCal]]> Tue, 26 Aug 2014 04:00:36 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/08252014-jeezy-mug.jpg

Rapper Young Jeezy has been arrested in Southern California on weapons charges by police investigating a deadly shooting at Wiz Khalifa's Friday night concert in the Bay Area, police said Monday.

The rapper, whose real name is Jay Jenkins, was arrested along with five other people after Irvine police officers executed a search warrant on his tour bus Sunday night at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine.

Also arrested were Kena Marshall, Peter Maynard, David Kuniansky-Altman, William Gilmore and Alexa Beason, police said.

A publicist for Young Jeezy could not immediately be reached Monday.

The six arrests follow Friday's deadly shooting of a man backstage at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, where Wiz Khalifa and Jeezy both performed Friday.

At 11:05 p.m. Friday, police responded to many calls about shots fired at the concert venue at 1 Amphitheatre Parkway. Eric Johnson, 38, of Orinda, was pronounced dead at a hospital after being shot multiple times, police said.

NBC Bay Area spoke to a man Monday night who has been working backstage at local venues for many years. He did not want his identity revealed, and he said if you have the right pass--a guest, VIP, or working crew pass--the backstage is all yours.

"I would say more often than not, no one is back there to make sure the correct people are back there," he said.

"They can walk through that back gate undeterred," he added.

Security at many venues, including Shoreline Amphitheatre, is provided by private security, not the local police department.

No one has been arrested in connection with Johnson's death, according to police.

Young Jeezy and Wiz Khalifa were on the road together as part of the Under the Influence of Music tour.

Mountain View police are requesting assistance from any witnesses to Friday's shooting, including those with any video, photos of the shooting or the moments leading up to it in the backstage area of Shoreline, police said.

Bay City News contributed to this report.

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<![CDATA[Thursday Nights: "Parenthood," "Bad Judge"]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:04:29 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/edt-bad-judge.jpg A look at NBC's fall primetime lineup for Thursday nights, featuring the final season of "Parenthood," new show "Bad Judge" starring Kate Walsh and "A to Z," a romantic comedy about a young couple navigating the ins and outs of romance in the big city.

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<![CDATA[Monday Night: "The Voice," "The Blacklist"]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:04:29 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/the-voice-season-7-gwen-pharrell-NUP_164085_0112.jpg From "The Voice" to "The Blacklist" to NBC's new drama "State of Affairs," a sneak peek at NBC's primetime fall lineup for Monday nights.

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<![CDATA[Watch the Full Pilot: A to Z]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:04:29 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/AtoZ_Pilot_Credits_720-E_1200x675_317838403527.jpg "A to Z" tells the story of Andrew (Ben Feldman, "Mad Men," "The Mindy Project") and Zelda (Cristin Milioti, "The Wolf of Wall Street," "How I Met Your Mother") - a pair that almost wasn't - and all that happened from the day they met. Watch the full pilot episode.]]> <![CDATA[Friday Nights: "Grimm," "Constantine"]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:04:29 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/edt-Constantine_Official.jpg Take a look at NBC's fall lineup for Friday nights, featuring "Dateline," "Grimm," and a new show, "Constantine," based on DC Comics' Hellblazer, Matt Ryan stars as demon hunter John Constantine who puts evil back in it's rightful place.

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<![CDATA[Tuesday Nights: "The Mystery of Laura," "Marry Me"]]> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:04:29 -0500 http://media.nbcchicago.com/images/213*120/mysteries-of-laura.jpg A look at NBC's fall TV lineup for Tuesday nights, featuring two new shows called "Marry Me" starring Ken Marino and Casey Wilson and "The Mysteries of Laura," starring Debra Messing as Detective Laura Diamond, who's cleaning up the streets of New York.

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