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TV Review: ‘Memphis Beat’ Returns For Improved Season Two With Jason Lee

CHICAGO – Jason Lee, best known as the star of “My Name is Earl,” took a different direction last year when he took the lead as a police detective in “Memphis Beat.” The second season premiere is June 14th on TNT Network.

On WGN Radio: HollywoodChicago.com’s Adam Fendelman on Summer TV Premieres

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CHICAGO – HollywoodChicago.com publisher Adam Fendelman guests on Bill Moller’s WGN Radio on June 11, 2011 to discuss the 2011 premieres of “Covert Affairs,” “HawthoRNe,” “The Glades,” “Memphis Beat” and “White Collar”.

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CHICAGO – HollywoodChicago.com publisher Adam Fendelman will appear at 9:20 a.m. on Bill Moller’s program this Saturday, June 11, 2011 on WGN Radio 720 AM in Chicago. The duo will be discussing this year’s TV premieres of “Covert Affairs,” “HawthoRNe,” “The Glades,” “Memphis Beat” and “White Collar”. Which shows are winners and which are wieners? Tune in to find out!

TV Review: Jason Lee Delivers Dead Elvis in ‘Memphis Beat’

CHICAGO – There have been TV cops in New York, Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles and even Hawaii, 5-0, so it stands to reason that Memphis, Tennessee, would get its turn. Jason Lee (“My Name is Earl”) and Alfre Woodard are on the “Memphis Beat,” premiering June 22nd on the TNT Network.

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