The series that ran from 2004-07 is back with a batch of eight new episodes premiering Friday on Hulu.
Christopher Lawrence is the movie critic for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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These series, lasting anywhere from six to 15 seasons, should make it easier for you to spend all of your upcoming leisure time indoors.
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“Christmas: A First Look Preview Special,” offering glimpses at the channel’s upcoming slate of original holiday movies, airs at 10 p.m. Saturday.
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With the addition of Meryl Streep, the HBO drama boasts the Golden State Warriors of TV casts — minus the injury bug.
Las Vegas Academy graduate Jason Andrews is among more than a dozen magicians based in the valley who’ll appear on the upcoming season of The CW series.
The Golden Knights will begin construction of a $25 million ice hockey facility in Downtown Henderson once the demolition of the convention center is complete.
The Las Vegan is branching out with his second TV series, “Marriage Rescue,” debuting Sunday.