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Celebrities as talent competition jurors
by Nestor Torre

WAS IT “American Idol” that started it all? Time was when judges for TV talent competitions were chosen for their expertise, perceptiveness, objectivity and good judgment.

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Two shows on family relationships compete for attention
by Nestor Torre

WHEN “Parenthood” started telecasting, we quickly decided to watch it as regularly as we could, because its “syndrome” stories about the cross-generational interrelationships between the members of an extended family are a welcome alternative to the hokey, hee-how, hoo-hah stuff on the tube.

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Charlie Sheen, from hero to heel
by Nestor Torre

AFTER Mel Gibson’s shocking fall from grace two years ago, it’s Charlie Sheen’s turn to go from hero to heel this season, with his addiction, temper and self-control issues, which have prompted the suspension of his hit TV series, “Two and a Half Men.”

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‘Venus on the Half-Baked Half-Shell’
by Nestor Torre

THERE’S a lot about beauty queen Venus Raj to like—her dusky complexion, her fighting spirit (she successfully held on to her crown despite attempts to “un-crown” her), her “colorful” personality, her confidence that she can do practically anything she decides to, etc.

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Natalie soars as Lindsay stumbles
by Nestor Torre

NATALIE Portman’s best actress victory over the daunting likes of Annette Bening at last month’s Oscars was a personal triumph for her.

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TV mermaid shows make waves–literally
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WHAT IS IT about Filipinos that makes us such patsies for stories about mermaids? Is it because the first “Dyesebel” movie, starring Edna Luna and directed by the Gerry de Leon, was such a big hit and seminal influence on our film-nurtured psyches?

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Win some, lose some
by Nestor Torre

With so many new shows making their debut on TV these days, we’ve doubled and on some days even tripled our viewing schedule, just to keep on top of the latest developments.

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Opposites attract in new ‘teleseryes’
by Nestor Torre

NOW THAT teleseryes have become the shows to beat on local TV, producers and directors have been coming up with different star combinations to give their productions the edge in terms of “screen chemistry,” one of the most effective ways to add to their programs’ viewer appeal.

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