2010 Spring Arts Preview: Television

Whether you can tell the difference between 9-iron and a 3-wood doesn't matter; you'll be watching Tiger Woods return to the golf course with the rest of the world.

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What else could be expected from new series creator David Simon (The Wire) besides overwhelming excellence?
The noise surrounding the show that made glee clubs cool (and Jane Lynch an outright star) is louder than any high note Lea Michele can belt out.
Maybe because we don't actually find Betty White funny, but this has a chance to be a disappointment despite the clamoring of millions on Facebook.

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Explore sets from Lost with Hawaii Encounters
Cheekily titled "The End," the series finale will mark the last time you hear anyone in your office utter the phrase "smoke monster."
A comedy of social malfunction about six Angelenos (Adam Scott, Lizzy Caplan, Megan Mullally, Ken Marino, Ryan Hansen, Martin Starr) working at a catering company is the funniest show you've never seen.
Because there's nothing better than watching a bunch of Bridezillas go crazy while wearing Alita Graham gowns. Seriously!
Since the ratings haven't been good, this could wind up being the series finale, so it could be your last chance to watch this charming spy comedy.
Over/under on the number of stars and musicians host Aziz Ansari will alienate or upset: 50. Take the over.

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Nightly What separates comedian Chelsea Handler from the other late-night hosts besides gender? Her show's roundtable of comedians, which always provides more laughs than it should.


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