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Bill Cosby's legacy takes a U-turn

Whatever their profession, people very often aren’t what they seem to be. Our commentary on Bill Cosby is on the Network News & Reviews page.

Also, Wednesday’s D-FW Nielsen ratings “snapshot” is posted.

Plus, there’s a nice new collection of tidbits on our TV Bulletin Board page.
Ed Bark

Tipsy trips for Travel Channel with new series Booze Traveler

Traveling the globe, getting smashed and being paid for it. Behold the Travel Channel’s new 15-episode Booze Traveler. Our review is here.

Also, Tuesday’s D-FW ratings “snapshot” is posted.
Ed Bark

ABC anchor David Muir: it's all in a night's news, whether interviewing the Muppets or making his own pizza

World News Tonight’s David Muir is not your grandfather’s -- or even your older brother’s -- anchor. But he’s lately tops with 25-to-54-year-old viewers, which greatly pleases his network. We take an up-close look at ABC’s matinee idol flag-bearer on our Network News & Reviews page.

Plus, Monday’s D-FW Nielsen ratings “snapshot” is posted.
Ed Bark

You, too, can be an unclebarky.com backer (and it won't cost you a cent)

Unclebarky.com launched more than eight years ago as the D-FW market’s only independent local and national TV website.

There have never been any of those irksome pop-up ads (not that I’d know how to do them, anyway). Nor have there been any subscriber fees (and never will be).

Here’s one way you can help, though, and what better time than the holiday season. If you’re an amazon.com shopper, simply click first on any amazon ad on any unclebarky.com page. You’ll be taken directly to amazon.com to make the purchases you were going to make anyway. The difference being that a small commission will go to your friendly content provider for any buys you make. The size of the commission will depend on the amount you spend.

No purchase is too small, and certainly none are too big. In the past, the holiday months of November and December have generated the heaviest traffic to amazon via unclebarky.com. The money doesn’t exactly pour in. But even $100 a month in commissions covers the expenses of running this site.

Anyway, that’s the pitch, and feel free to tell a friend. Above all, your support and continued readership are always much appreciated. In fact, they’re priceless.
Ed Bark

NBC's State of Affairs showcases Katherine Heigl as addled high-level CIA briefer

The last new broadcast network series of the season, NBC’s super far-fetched State of Affairs, comes calling on Monday, Nov. 17th. Katherine Heigl is at the controls, and our review is here.
Ed Bark