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Don’t Touch That Dial: New TV Your Family Might Enjoy This Fall

The Parent’s Television Council sent special correspondent Christopher Gildemeister to PaleyFest to help families to know what shows might be worth watching this fall.

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Most Current Articles in Television

The Nuanced Character(s) of Downton Abbey

What is it about Downton Abbey that attracted 10.2 million television viewers for the season four premiere?

By Rodger Dean Duncan
Do You Want Smart Television for Your Kids?

This television series, created by Latter-day Saints, was considered too educational.

The Moment Brings Redemption to and Redeems Reality TV

Even if you normally dismiss reality TV as a soulless affair, you may want to take a look at The Moment. USA-TV’s uplifting and surprisingly involving new program uses the genre as a force for good in the lives of average hard-working Americans.

By Jonathan Decker
“The Moment”: New Reality Series on USA Network Hopes to Inspire

The Moment is a new inspirational reality series premiering April 11th on USA that hopes to give people a second chance to pursue what they thought might be lost forever. I spoke with show host Kurt Warner about what it means to get a second chance.

By Mariah Proctor
Vocal Point Continues to Shine on Sing Off

See BYU”s Vocal Point on NBC’s The Sing Off.

Behind the Scenes of Episode One: “Take the Money and Run”

Paul Bishop is a Meridian writer who also stars in a new reality TV show called “Take the Money and Run,” where contestants are given $100,000 to hide and interrogators must find the money within 48 hours.

By Paul Bishop
Take the Money and Run: Latter-day Saint Detective Stars in Reality TV

Tough and smart, Paul Bishop, a police interrogator, stars in the fascinating "Take the Money and Run."

By Paul Bishop
The Town Called Lark Rise

There really is no town in England called Lark Rise—although with a name like that, there ought to be--but there is one in my heart. This BBC series takes one to the England our first LDS missionaries knew.

By Steve Orton