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Interview: Actress Sybil Danning to Introduce ‘Chained Heat’ in Chicago on Oct. 12, 2012

Sybil Danning in 'Chained Heat'

CHICAGO – The characteristics of the classic B-movie during the 1970s and ‘80s usually required prisons, women and uniforms designed to easily tear away. The Music Box Theatre in Chicago will highlight that era on Friday, October 12, when they present “Chained Heat.” One of the co-stars of that essential women’s prison movie, Sybil Danning, will be at the theatre in person to introduce the film.

Interview: Robert Englund Goes Beyond Freddy Krueger

CHICAGO – Robert Englund will inevitably and forever be linked with his most famous character, Freddy Krueger of “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and its sequels and spin-offs. But he has had a rich journey to Freddy, and connects with him through a myriad of character actor experiences.

TV News: ABC Cancels Low-Rated Comedy ‘Better With You’

Better With You

CHICAGOWe said earlier this week that ABC would have to choose one of their three comedies — “Happy Endings,” “Mr. Sunshine,” and “Better With You” and we predicted/hoped that “Happy” would be the favorite. We were right.

TV News: ABC Renews ‘Body of Proof’ With Dana Delany

Body of Proof pilot

CHICAGO – It premiered late in the season so it makes sense that the renewal of Dana Delany’s drama “Body of Proof” also served as an echo to the major announcement earlier today about ABC’s renewal of “Happy Endings” and cancellation of six other programs.

TV News: ABC Renews ‘Happy Endings,’ Cancels Six Other Programs

Happy Endings

CHICAGO – It was a brutal Friday the 13th for a lot of people who work for programs on ABC as six shows have officially been given the axe in the lead-up to next week’s official Fall schedule announcement. On the other side of the coin, “Happy Endings” was saved (as we predicted and hoped).

TV Review: ‘V’ Gains Momentum, Lacks Urgency in Second Season

CHICAGO – Here’s the sort of self-important primetime drama that tries so hard to be a bona fide event that it quickly grows irrelevant.

TV Review: ABC’s Reboot of ‘V’ Feels Rushed But Promising

CHICAGO – Reboots of classic TV programs have been a tough sell lately as shows like “Bionic Woman” and “Knight Rider” have failed to connect with critics or audiences.

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