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New Show Introduction: State of Affairs

State of Affairs to debut on NBC on November 17 at 10 PM, taking over the time-slot from The Blacklist, which goes on hiatus.

Each day the President is faced with dozens of life and death decisions, and to prioritize the biggest international crises facing the country, one top CIA analyst – Charleston Tucker ( 107 more words

Television

Femme Mogul: Diane von Furstenburg

This season we are getting a double dose of glam mogul with fashion icon DVF. With her upcoming E! reality competition show, “House of DVF,” which is premiering simultaneously with the release of her memoir, “The Woman I Wanted to Be.” DVF is sharing the secret to her success and her knowledge of building an iconic fashion powerhouse. 118 more words

Fashion

November's New and Returning U.S. TV Shows

State of Affairs (NBC)

Premieres: Monday, Nov. 17 at 10/9c

Former Grey’s Anatomy star Katherine Heigl plays a top CIA attache who’s tasked with putting together a briefing for the president (Alfre Woodard) to assess the greatest threats to national security. 59 more words

American Television Shows

Mini-Series of the Month Recommendation: The Game

On November 5, the new 6-part mini-series The Game will debut on BBC America at 10 PM.

In 1972 London, tensions are at a terrifying peak as the world’s super powers plot against their enemies. 115 more words

Television

The 100: Inclement Weather (10/29)

CLARKE UNCOVERS A TERRIFYING TRUTH A suspicious Clarke (Eliza Taylor) confronts President Dante Wallace (guest star Raymond Barry) and demands answers. Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) interrogates one of The 100, and Abby (Paige Turco) performs emergency surgery. 54 more words

Features

Collage Art by Eric Martin Showing at Sagebrush Cafe

Collage Art by Eric Martin showing at Sagebrush Cafe

November 1, 2014 through January, 2015

“Making collage art is a bit like dreaming, for me anyway. 321 more words

Antelope Valley Art

THE 3RD ANNUAL NEW SITCOM REVIEW

This year I’m giving a chance to six new sitcoms. It was supposed to be seven, but I forgot about Mulaney and decided not to care. 574 more words