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‘The Boondocks’ back for final ‘offensive’ season

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The brash animated series “The Boondocks” returns to Adult Swim for its fourth and final season without Aaron McGruder, the man who spawned it, but with its brashness intact.

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    SHREVEPORT, La. – A woodsy stretch of Willow Lake Farm, just outside this city, has been painstakingly built to look like a 17th-century New England village, filled with shops and houses with steep-pitched roofs and drab clapboard exteriors.

  • ‘Game of Thrones’ shocking aftermath; ‘Devious Maids’ returns

    DON’T MISS: “DEVIOUS MAIDS” – Bring on the heavy-duty detergent. There’s lots of dirty laundry to deal with as this campy soap returns for a second season that promises even more twists and surprises. The story makes a three-month jump from the events of last year’s finale, when Flora’s murder case was solved and Marisol’s (Ana Ortiz) quest to clear her son’s name ended. Of course, the heightened drama isn’t about to end. Eva Longoria, an executive producer on the show, directed the opener. 9 p.m. Sunday, Lifetime.

  • ‘Game of Thrones’ pits readers against viewers

    With the highly anticipated fourth season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” beginning Sunday night, the power dynamics have once again started to shift. Make no mistake, my ladies and lords, war is coming to Westeros.

  • ‘How I Met Your Mother,’ ‘Raising Hope’ say goodbye

    DON’T MISS: “How I Met Your Mother” series finale – OK, so it wasn’t always “legendary,” to use someone’s favorite word. But over nine seasons, “HIMYM” amused us, and moved us, and provided us with all kinds of silly catchphrases. Now, the gang suits up for its hour-long season finale. 7 p.m. Monday, CBS

  • Time to say goodbye to ‘How I Met Your Mother’

    While shooting the pilot for “How I Met Your Mother” back in 2005, Alyson Hannigan genuinely thought the show was destined to fail – not because everything was going wrong, but because everything was working out just right.

  • TV picks for the week of March 23-29

    “PSYCH” SERIES FINALE – After eight delightfully offbeat seasons and one rousing musical episode, we must bid farewell to Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill). The finale, ominously titled, “The Breakup,” features guest appearances by Mira Sorvino and Billy Zane. It will be followed by the “Psych After Show,” an hourlong live special in which the cast and creator Steve Franks will reminisce about the series and field questions from rabid fans, affectionately known as Psych-Os. 8 p.m. Wednesday, USA.

  • ‘True Detective’ finale; ‘Resurrection’ premieres

    “True Detective” – Last weekend, we watched Matthew McConaughey nab an Oscar. This weekend, he closes out the eight-part series that might bring him an Emmy. Yes, all good things must end and so it is with this incredibly compelling, gritty, trippy, mesmerizing and occasionally maddening crime drama. In the final episode, Cohle (McConaughey) and Hart (Woody Harrelson) get an important new lead in their 17-year-old case, thanks to a detail that had been previously overlooked. Michelle Monaghan also stars. 8 p.m. Sunday, HBO

  • Review: 'Resurrection' is no zombie scarefest

    Thanks to the ongoing zombie craze, we’ve been conditioned by TV and film to think that when people return from the dead, they do so as ghastly, lurching, moaning ghouls with sunken eyes, rotting flesh and really bad teeth.

  • ‘Dancing With the Stars’ cast announced: 5 to watch

    ABC announced the new cast of “Dancing With the Stars” Tuesday on “Good Morning America.” It was the usual assortment of athletes, B-list actors and former child stars.

  • Oscars 2014: Ellen DeGeneres a bland host choice?

    On Sunday night, in living rooms across America, TV viewers will have their Academy Awards pools in hand, hoping to predict which movie stars are about to strike gold.

  • Look out, Juan Pablo: ‘The Bachelor: The Women Tell All’ is here

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  • Bellamy Young thrives in ‘Scandal' love triangle

    Of all the fans of “Scandal” – and clearly there are lots of them – none seems more gung-ho than Bellamy Young.

  • New NBC sitcoms aim to be nice as well as funny

    Have TV sitcoms finally jumped the snark?

  • Jimmy Fallon ready for ‘Tonight Show’

    Jimmy Fallon, 39, takes over late night’s top-rated program Monday from Jay Leno, who capped a 22-year run earlier this month. Fallon will be only the sixth host since “Tonight” began in 1954, joining a select group that includes Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Carson and — very briefly — Conan O’Brien.

  • ‘House of Cards’: It’s binge time again

    Try this line on your loved one: “Be my valentine. Let’s watch TV for 13 hours.”

  • ‘The Walking Dead’: What you need to know

    ‘The Walking Dead’ returns Sunday.

  • The Beatles 50th anniversary: Ed Sullivan rocked America 50 years ago with the Fab Four

    Fifty years ago Sunday, on Feb. 9, 1964, via “The Ed Sullivan Show,” America met the Beatles.

  • ‘The Walking Dead,’ Olympics star during TV week

    The Olympic Games compete with the return of “The Walking Dead” for event of the week and Beatlemania continues:

  • Seneca Falls, NY, claims link to ‘Wonderful Life’

    Is this where George Bailey lived his wonderful life?

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