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TV goes to the Blogs

Think McSteamy will ever be back to face off with McDreamy on Grey’s Anatomy? Want to know more about what goes on behind the scenes of CSI: Miami or The Unit? Maybe you just can’t get enough of Dwight Schrute, The Office dork. Then go to the blogs:

Official websites for television programs long have offered episode information, cast biographies and photo galleries, but the newest must-have accessory is a blog. While most blogs are opinions, thoughts or random comments similar to what’s found in a diary, newsletter or op-ed piece, TV show blogs range from factual to fictional to just plain funny.

On ABC’s Boston Legal, the blog is in the form of wacky Case Notes from lawyer Denny Crane (played by William Shatner). On NBC’s Medium, Allison Dubois’ husband, Joe, keeps a journal of her dreams. On CBS’ NCIS, Pauley blogs about anything going on that week; it is written by actress Pauley Perrette, who plays a goth scientist.

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Written April 5th, 2006 by | 7 Comments | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips

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  1. Very true, and many are using wordpress for tv blogs also. The internet is primary to a lot of things.

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  2. I agree with this. Me too using Wordpress running a TV blog.

    Daily TV Guides last blog post…C.S.I. Season 9 Episode 20: A Space Oddity

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  3. I like your site. very interesting.

    thank you.

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  4. is CIS miami still on the air i see alot of reruns what up with that

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  5. I think this site is cool :)

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  6. Hi Blog Bloke, thanks for the great article! I only recently bought my 1st HDTV
    & it is awesome. The picture quality & sound are sharp & crisp. I
    grew up training in JKD with my brothers & watching the Legendary Bruce Lee.
    I bought a Box Set of his Movies for my little brother & sister watching them
    on HDTV compared to our old 1970s style Sony TV blew me away. Technology for the
    21st Century is here! Thanx Natasha :)

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  7. Hi Blog Bloke, I really like your site. I only recently purchased a new Samsung Television and am now an avid TV watcher. One of the only shows I watched previously was Boston Legal but now I have discovered your site I’ll be checking out their blogs as well.

    Look forward to learning more from your blog. Cheers Pam

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