TV Guide has crunched the numbers and given us the Top 24 shows (including ties) of the just-ended 2012-13 season. Did your favorite make the list?
ROCK CREEK TRAIL Location: Park at Bowman Curve II on North Bowman Road in Little Rock, one block north of Markham Street. Trailhead is in the service alley behind the stores.
Somewhere along the way I got lost trying to keep up with True Blood.
The Exes and Soul Man premiere this week too.
I don’t know who has more fun on TV than the wacky crew of TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland.
Remember when Ellen DeGeneres’ character, Ellen Morgan, came out as gay on her sitcom? It was a Big Deal.
This may disappoint those who think otherwise, but I may not be keeping up with all your favorite programs.
Where’s E.T. when we need him?
Series premiere follows new Major Crimes
TNT rolls out King & Maxwell, yet another police procedural series, at 9 p.m. Monday.
The first thing you need to know about USA’s summer cop show Graceland is that it has nothing to do with Elvis.
Last week I wrote about how summertime TV used to be a quagmire of reruns and filler programs. These days, the traditional TV schedule has shifted to more of a year round affair.
VILLAGE CREEK STATE PARK Location: Six miles south of Wynne on Arkansas 284. Trailhead is at the bridge near the visitor center parking lot.
The official 2012-13 network broadcast season is finally over but, unlike years past, it won’t be all reruns and cheesy reality shows for the next three months.
Contestants will be tested physically, mentally and morally
Anytime we get a new reality show hosted by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, I’m on board.
Is it time to finally put American Idol out to pasture?
And now, a little “upfront” recap.
Today, fellow TV lovers, we’ll cover the final network fall announcements with CBS and its corporate little sister, The CW.
Actors Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise serve as hosts
As a veteran, I’ve always appreciated Memorial Day even more than Veterans Day. We can never say thank you enough to those who gave all.
There will be a lot less dancing on ABC come the fall. One less night, to be exact.
Now that the networks have unveiled their fall lineups, it’s time to see what Fox is up to.
TWO RIVERS BRIDGE LOOP Location: Trailhead is on Little Rock’s River Mountain Road. Turn north off Cantrell Road, 0.4 mile west of Interstate 430.
The broadcast networks unveiled their fall lineups last week, so let’s get right to them.
Show is inspired by the classic series Columbo.
It’s summer TV time. When in doubt, go with something tried and true.
And now, it’s finally time to bid a fond farewell to our friends at Dunder Mifflin.
This week, while you’re enjoying the season finales of some of your favorite shows, TV is bracing for the fall.
For many, architecture (like art) comes to mind only when a structure tends to cause controversy.
Who remembers last season’s winner?
I stand before you, fellow dance lovers, as a survivor of Mrs. Ellen Butts’ Little Rock Junior Cotillion.
I have been remiss in my duties and an outstanding new drama may have slipped under your radar.
Sure, it’s easy to drop the word “Constitution” all willy-nilly into political conversations, but how much do we really know about the thing?
BRIDGE TO BRIDGE Location: Begin at the Clinton Presidential Center parking lot.
Well, it looks as if the “half man” will get his wish. Angus T. Jones is out of the renewed Two and a Half Men.
Project profiles a woman who never gave up
Cable’s Lifetime Network periodically takes heat for its melodramatic tales of women in distress and the dastardly, dastardly men in their lives.
Can you feel the tension in the air?
Meghan Collins was worried her goosebumps would show.
Don’t sweat, Warehouse 13 fans; our intrepid team is back on the job.
Colorful extended family is good for a few chuckles
ABC tosses another sitcom on the wall Wednesday to see if it’ll stick. It just might.
When I grow up, I want to be survival expert Bear Grylls.
Frank Fellone is the paper’s veteran deputy managing editor and keeper of the style and standards flame. He’s also a zealous crusader against the sin of “journalese ” — words and cliches usually found only in newspapers.
GULPHA GORGE TRAIL Location: Trailhead is in Gulpha Gorge Campground at 305 Gorge Road in Hot Springs National Park.
Deep Throat. Enemies List. Eighteen-minute gap.
Sunday is a night of televised romance, fun and whimsy
It’s a “twofer” Sunday for family shows.
It’s only about a month until TV fans begin to find out if their top shows made the cut for next fall.
The unbearable tension, the human drama, the heated passion of Storage Wars returns to A&E at 8 p.m. today.
All of a sudden, a slew of really good stuff is on Sunday night.
Series is set in what was once St. Louis
Cable’s Syfy Channel is rolling out an ambitious new series — a series and an interactive, multi-platform, massive multi-player online, third-person shooter video game based on the show.
I remember being on a TV critics’ summer press tour a dozen years ago and witnessing TV changing before my eyes.
Who watches this stuff? And why?
GRAND PROMENADE Location : The south trailhead steps are on Hot Springs’ Reserve Street just east of Central Avenue.
It’s (finally) back to the ’60s at 8 p.m. today on AMC when Mad Men returns with a two-hour Season 6 premiere.
Evening also spotlights other funny ladies
Some things are worth watching again and again.