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Past articles by Frazier:

Out of all too many, 9 memorable TV moments in 2017

NEW YORK (AP) — It's been a wild and wearying year in the world of TV, with memorable moments by the dozens. → Read More

Out of all too many, 9 memorable TV moments in 2017

NEW YORK (AP) — It's been a wild and wearying year in the world of TV, with memorable moments by the dozens. Here are nine signal moments (though a few → Read More

Out of all too many, 9 memorable TV moments in 2017

NEW YORK (AP) — It's been a wild and wearying year in the world of TV, with memorable moments by the dozens. Here are nine signal moments (though a few... → Read More

Why TV is home to more comic book heroes than ever before

When "Marvel's The Punisher" debuted on Netflix last month, it became the latest of a flood of comic-book adaptations on broadcast, cable and streaming services. And the trend shows no sign of slowing. → Read More

Loads of shows were great in 2017; here are the 10 best

NEW YORK – So-called “Peak TV” remains the blessing and the curse for viewers in 2017, with the tally of scripted series now totaling some 500. Where to begin saluting all the great shows? Here are 10 to salute, recall fondly and, for viewers who missed any of them, catch up with: → Read More

Out of all too many, 9 memorable TV moments in 2017

It's been a wild and wearying year in the world of TV, with memorable moments by the dozens. Here are nine signal moments (though a few of them are perhaps best forgotten). → Read More

Loads of TV shows were great in 2017; here are the 10 best

NEW YORK (AP) — So-called "Peak TV" remains the blessing and the curse for viewers in 2017, with the tally of scripted series now totaling some 500. Where to begin saluting all the great shows? Here are 10 to salute, recall fondly and, for viewers who missed any of them, catch up with:"American Gods" (Starz). A former convict is hired upon his release by a charismatic con man and finds himself… → Read More

Loads of TV shows were great in 2017; here are the 10 best

So-called “Peak TV” remains the blessing and the curse for viewers in 2017, with the tally of scripted series now totaling some 500. Where to begin saluting all the great shows? Here are 10 to salute, recall fondly and, for viewers who missed any of them, catch up with: → Read More

Comic-book heroes flock to TV, but why are they so popular?

NEW YORK — When “Marvel’s The Punisher” debuted on Netflix last month, it was greeted with great interest and high anticipation. → Read More

Comic-book heroes flock to TV, but why are they so popular?

When “Marvel’s The Punisher” debuted on Netflix last month, it was greeted with great interest and high anticipation. → Read More

‘Embarrassed’ Geraldo Rivera apologizes for ‘tawdry’ memoir

NEW YORK — Geraldo Rivera is apologizing for a memoir published a quarter-century ago that recounts sexual experiences he says he’s now “embarrassed” about. In a tweet on Friday, Rivera, now a Fox … → Read More

'Embarrassed' Geraldo Rivera apologizes for 'tawdry' memoir

NEW YORK (AP) — Geraldo Rivera is apologizing for a memoir published a quarter-century ago that recounts sexual experiences he says he's now "embarrassed" about.In a tweet on Friday, Rivera, now a Fox News Channel reporter, cites his "tawdry" book and what he calls "consensual events" it recounts. He describes its tone as "distasteful" and "disrespectful." He says he's "profoundly sorry" to the… → Read More

'Embarrassed' Geraldo Rivera apologizes for 'tawdry' memoir

NEW YORK (AP) - Geraldo Rivera is apologizing for a memoir published a quarter-century ago that recounts sexual experiences he says he's now embarrassed about. → Read More

'Embarrassed' Geraldo Rivera apologizes for 'tawdry' memoir

Geraldo Rivera is apologizing for a memoir published a quarter-century ago that recounts sexual experiences he says he's now "embarrassed" about. → Read More

Jim Nabors, who made cheery Gomer Pyle a TV icon, dies at 87

Jim Nabors became an instant success when he joined "The Andy Griffith Show" in the early 1960s as TV's Gomer Pyle. → Read More

Jim Nabors, who made cheery Gomer Pyle a TV icon, dies at 87

Jim Nabors made good on his last name when he brought Gomer Pyle to “The Andy Griffith Show.” His big-hearted, ever-cheery gas-pump jockey was a neighborly fit in the easygoing town of Mayberry. → Read More

Jim Nabors, who made cheery Gomer Pyle a TV icon, dies at 87

Jim Nabors became an instant success when he joined "The Andy Griffith Show" in the early 1960s as TV's Gomer Pyle. → Read More

Jim Nabors, who made cheery Gomer Pyle a TV icon, dies at 87

Jim Nabors made good on his last name when he brought Gomer Pyle to "The Andy Griffith Show." His big-hearted, ever-cheery gas-pump jockey was a neighborly fit in the easygoing town of Mayberry. → Read More

Paul Reiser’s new comedy recalls the world of Johnny Carson

Hulu’s ‘‘There’s . . . Johnny!’’ is a comedic peek behind the scenes of ‘‘The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson’’ circa 1972. → Read More

David Cassidy: A rocking romancer to millions of young fans

NEW YORK (AP) - David Cassidy could sell the heck out of uncertainty. "I Think I Love You," the smash hit that in 1970 launched the Partridge Family musical group plus the ABC comedy-with-songs show of the same name, found Cassidy center stage delivering such lyrics as "I think I love you, so what am I so afraid of?/ I'm afraid that I'm not sure of a love there is no cure for." There was no… → Read More