Bill Keveney, USA TODAY

Bill Keveney

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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  • The Greenville News
  • The Des Moines Register
  • The News-Star
  • delawareonline
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  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
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Recent articles by Bill:

Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano set to star in planned 'Who's the Boss' sequel produced by Norman Lear

A planned 'Who's the Boss' sequel would catch up with Tony (Tony Danza) and daughter Samantha (Alyssa Milano) 30 years after the original series. → Read More

PBS explores racial history, justice with Alicia Keys, Henry Louis Gates Jr. projects

The programming slate PBS announced Tuesday includes a special focusing on children and parents talking about race in an age-appropriate way. → Read More

How Melissa Gilbert is living the 1800s 'Little House on the Prairie' life in today's pandemic

Melissa Gilbert, who played Laura Ingalls Wilder on "Little House on the Prairie," is living and loving the farm life on her New York property. → Read More

'Ellen' producer says 'nobody is going off the air' amid allegations of toxic work environment

A producer for "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" is denying rumors that the daytime talk show may end following accusations of a toxic work environment. → Read More

'American Idol' moves to live, remote auditions for nationwide search during pandemic

After completing the spring season remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, "American Idol" will conduct a "live virtual audition" tour for next season. → Read More

'I am sorry': Ellen DeGeneres apologizes to talk show staff after complaints of mistreatment

Ellen DeGeneres apologized to show staff Thursday as a review of complaints of worker mistreatment found deficiencies that will lead to staff changes. → Read More

Emmys, not surprisingly, abandon in-person ceremony for virtual show due to pandemic

Emmy Awards host Jimmy Kimmel and producers informed nominees that the Sept. 20 ceremony will be virtual instead of in person in Los Angeles. → Read More

Emmys 2020: The nominations list

With past winners "Game of Thrones," "Veep" and "Fleabag" gone, the 2020 Emmys will feature many new winners from among nominees announced Tuesday. → Read More

'Ultimate Tag,' 'Floor Is Lava,' 'Game On!' and more: Ranking summer's wild reality TV games

'Floor Is Lava,' 'Holey Moley' and 'Game On!' provide a wacky escape valve during a summer of sadness and seriousness. Here's how we rank them. → Read More

Freed from gag order, Mary Trump has one word of advice for her uncle, President Trump: 'Resign'

Mary Trump delivers a withering assessment of President Trump in first post-gag order interview to promote her book, "Too Much and Never Enough." → Read More

'Unsolved Mysteries' revival leaps to top of Netflix rankings, case tips already coming in

'Unsolved Mysteries,' an unscripted series from the '80s and '90s, got off to a great start in its Netflix revival, drawing viewers and case tips. → Read More

'Cops,' 'Live PD' episodes pulled in aftermath of George Floyd killing and protests

In the aftermath of George Floyd's killing in police custody, episodes of 'Cops' and 'Live PD' have been pulled from the TV schedule. → Read More

COVID-19 shutdown: What's going on with 'Bachelorette,' 'Ninja,' 'Big Brother,' other summer favorites?

TV's COVID-19 production shutdown means an improvised summer schedule, with seasonal favorites such as 'The Bachelorette' and 'Big Brother' absent. → Read More

NBC renews 'Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist,' winner of USA TODAY's 'Save Our Shows' poll

NBC's "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist," the runaway winner of USA TODAY's 23rd Save Our Shows poll, received a Season 2 renewal Thursday. → Read More

'Live PD' host Dan Abrams calls cancellation an 'overreaction,' laments broad-brush police blame

Host Dan Abrams called A&E's cancellation of 'Live PD' an 'overreaction' and that many police have to 'suffer for the sins of a few.' → Read More

California film, TV production could restart June 12, according to state health guidance

California film and TV production could resume as soon as June 12, according to state Department of Public Health guidance issued Friday. → Read More

'Cops' canceled by Paramount Network in wake of George Floyd death, protests over police brutality

In the wake of George Floyd's death and protests over police brutality, Paramount Network has canceled 'Cops,' the long-running reality series. → Read More

Jay-Z sends jet to fly Ahmaud Arbery's lawyers to Georgia hearing for his accused killers

Jay-Z came to the rescue of Ahmaud Arbery's lawyers Thursday, providing a jet to get them to a Georgia hearing for the men accused of killing him. → Read More

Steve Priest, co-founder and bassist for British glam-rock band The Sweet, dies at 72

The Sweet bassist Steve Priest, who died Thursday, enjoyed success such '70s hits as 'Ballroom Blitz,' 'Fox on the Run' and 'Love Is Like Oxygen.' → Read More

'Tribeca Drive-In': Robert De Niro and IMAX unite for new summer drive-in film series

Robert De Niro's Tribeca Enterprises, IMAX and AT&T will team on a summer film series at drive-in theaters nationwide. It's designed for safe viewing. → Read More