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Men of a Certain Age Gives Up on Finding New Home: 'We've Reached the End of the Road'


Some six weeks since being canceled by TNT, and after amassing more than 6,000 petition signatures and 10,000-plus Likes on a “Save Men of a Certain Age” Facebook page, the bosses of the midlife dramedy have given up on their effort to find the show a new home.

In a letter to fans, cocreator Mike Royce writes … READ MORE

Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Supporting Actor in a Drama? Vote Now!


The Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama has gone to a different actor every year since 1996, when Ray Walston took home his second consecutive statuette for Picket Fences. And that trend will continue in 2011, as … READ MORE & VOTE

Breaking: TNT Cancels Men of a Certain Age


The midlife misadventures of Joe, Owen and Terry have come to an end.

TNT on Friday pulled the plug … READ MORE

Scott Bakula Teases 'Funnier, Dramatic-er' Men Of A Certain Age, Hopes for Chuck Encore


"Same As the Old Boss" /Ep 202"


Ph: Greg Gayne

Scott Bakula is so enthusiastic about the return of TNT’s Men Of A Certain Age (Wednesdays at 10/9c, following the new legal dramedy Franklin & Bash), he’s resorted to inventing words to tout Season 2.5′s strengths.

“It’s bigger, faster, funnier… and dramatic-er,” he tells TVLine. “Really, the next six [episodes] are like a bizarre roller coaster.”

For the unitiated: Men Of A Certain Age stars Bakula … READ MORE

Justified, Good Wife Among Peabody Winners


Winners of the 70th Annual Peabody Awards, which acknowledge “excellence in electronic media,” were announced Thursday by the University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.

TV’s honorees included FX’s Justified, CBS’ The Good Wife (a repeat winner) … READ MORE

TNT Sets Summer Premieres for The Closer, Leverage, Spielberg's Falling Skies and More


TNT is anticipating a very hot summer, judging by its just released, most robust line-up ever. In addition to a half-dozen returning favorites (RIP, Dark Blue), the cabler is uncorking two new dramas … READ MORE