Each week, two Vegas-based chefs will face off in a three-round culinary battle as part of the new FYI channel series.
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The “A Christmas Story” marathon spreads to TNT this year. FXX gets in on the action with 24 hours of of “A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas.” And be on the lookout for marathons of “Friends” Thanksgiving episodes, “The Simpsons” Christmas episodes and “How I Met Your Mother” slap-bet episodes.
Dixie, a 2½-year-old rescued pharaoh hound and German shepherd mix from Las Vegas, will be looking for a home during Fox’s “Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular” (8 p.m. Thursday, KVVU-TV, Channel 5).
If you plan on hitting the Black Friday sales, you could stand to learn a little self-defense. Maybe even some offense. Thankfully, El Rey Network has you covered with a 48-hour kung fu movie marathon.
Frank Scotti, a 90-year-old ex-NBC employee, is the latest to go public with stories of Bill Cosby’s past.
Despite a volatile economy, there’s one thing our great nation (and certain tax-friendly portions of Canada) still do better than anyone. Produce Christmas movies.
In “Property Brothers At Home,” HGTV stars Drew and Jonathan Scott are renovating their southwest valley home, giving it a two-bedroom casita, an infinity pool and the city’s first commercial-grade backyard water slide.
Loss of American Country Awards during NFR follows one-year move of April’s ACM awards to Texas, leaving Las Vegas dry on cue-card jokes and thank-you speeches.
The star of the reality TV show “Cake Boss” was arrested on drunken driving charges early on Thursday after he was stopped for weaving his sports car through traffic in New York City, police said.
Even after some heavy retooling from the version sent to critics in May, the drama about the CIA analyst (Katherine Heigl) in charge of the president’s daily briefing still feels like a “Homeland” clone desperately in need of a Brody.
While “Batman: The Complete Television Series” features remastered versions all 120 episodes, the boxed set may be worth it just for the two-parter in which the Las Vegas legend played international ladies man Chandell, a famed concert pianist, as well as his butch, cigar-chomping twin brother, Harry.
“American Idol” judge and mentor Randy Jackson is leaving the Fox TV singing competition after 13 seasons, the network said on Tuesday, after the show suffered a decline in ratings in recent years.
Character actress Carol Ann Susi, known as the voice of the unseen Mrs. Wolowitz on “The Big Bang Theory,” died Tuesday in Los Angeles after a brief battle with cancer, according to Warner Bros. Television.
Kristef Strikes Back is among the competitors on truTV’s “Faking It,” which combines theater, dance, acrobatics, illusion, black light, shadow puppetry and performance technologies to tell a story.
Authorities say an autopsy on actor Robin Williams found no alcohol or illegal drugs in his system when he committed suicide at his Northern California home in August.
Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom” debuted to a wave of excitement. Now, it’s kicking off its third and final season (9 p.m. Sunday, HBO), and it’s only been given six episodes.
Tom Brokaw will take NBC Sports Network viewers with him on a trip to his native South Dakota for pheasant hunting season, a special that could become the template for a regular series.
The Discovery Channel series follows Vegas native Steve Darnell and his crew at Welder Up as they turn cars others have given up on into “Mad Max”-style rolling works of art.
Mark Ballas and Witney Carson are the first performers announced for “Dancing with the Stars Live.”
Lena Dunham was in a “rage spiral” as she disputed a writer’s contention that she sexually abused her little sister.
Jay Leno will make his first appearance as a full-fledged guest on NBC’s venerable “Tonight Show,” marking his return to the late-night talker after he left his host duties behind in February of last year.
With November on the horizon, Netflix will be switching up its selection of digital entertainment. Check out this list to see what’s getting the ax and what’s being added to the streaming service.
There’s something endearingly square about “Olive Kitteridge” (9 p.m. Sunday and Monday, HBO).
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