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Comedy

Best Comedy TV Show: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

From longer-running series like Modern Family, Parks and Recreation, Community and The Big Bang Theory, to newer shows like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Millers and Playing House, there are plenty of comedy series today that keep us laughing. Channel Guide readers and staff have narrowed down the nominees for Best Comedy TV Show to 10 series, all deserving praise. Now is your chance to vote for the show that makes you laugh hardest. Is it Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Veep? Key and Peele your go to? Or what about truTV’s hit Impractical Jokers? Vote for your favorite below in the 2014 Viewers Voice […]

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Best Paranormal or Monster TV Show: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

It’s time to vote for your favorite paranormal or monster TV series. This is the category of programming that’s just a bit — you know — out there, those shows that make you think really hard about: What if one day 2% of the world’s population just randomly vanished? What if those Finding Bigfoot guys really were chasing something real? Fact or fiction you get a voice in our 2014 Viewers Voice Awards. Last year’s winner — Mountain Monsters — won rather handily and is still going strong on Destination America. Will the Monsters continue to dominate, or will one […]

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Best Family Values TV Show: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

This category, Best Family Values, is a collection of shows that revolve around profiling family life and all of the diversities that can come with it. While some of the nominees may not always be “family” friendly viewing (the Starks and Lannisters come to mind), they all demonstrate, in their own way, a family that works together. What show wins your heart? Vote for your favorite show that demonstrates the Best Family Values in our 2014 Viewers Voice Awards. Let us know what we missed in the comments below or vote on one of our other categories in the 3rd […]

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Comedy

Best TV Flashback: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

These are the TV shows that take us back in time, whether its reliving the fashions and music of the 1980s in ABC’s The Goldbergs or showcasing the competitive advertising world of the 1960s in Mad Men, it’s a welcome flashback in time. These two shows, as well as, FX’s The Americans, AMC’s new Halt and Catch Fire and HBO’s new Silicon Valley have all done an exceptional  job at showcasing the politics, family life, fashion, music and technology of times gone by. What’s your favorite TV flashback series of today? Vote for the Best TV Flashback in the 2014 […]

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Favorite Late Night Talk Show Host: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

David Letterman. Jimmy Fallon. Stephen Colbert. Jon Stewart. Jimmy Kimmel. Craig Ferguson. Seth Meyers. These guys are bringing in the millions, both ratings-wise and financially, along with the laughs. With the shifting of the guard this past year on NBC, Fallon is the new man to beat in terms of the ratings war. So who is your favorite late night talk show host? Who is the best person that keeps you up at night? Vote for your favorite late night talk show host below in the 2014 Viewers Voice Awards. Let us know what we missed in the comments below […]

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Top TV Cop/Detective: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

Since the days of Kojak and Dragnet, TV has had a long-standing success story when it comes to our crime-fighting and crime-solving heroes. Whether they are in pairs (Cagney & Lacey, Starsky & Hutch) or doing it alone — single handedly taking down the bad guy — there’s no denying we all have our favorites. Channel Guide readers, as well as the staff, have nominated the following current shows for our 2014 Viewers Voice Awards. So which TV cop/detective from 2014 is your favorite? Vote for your favorite below! Let us know what we missed in the comments below or […]

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TV Best Friends: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

TV has lot of lovers, but fewer fabulous friends who support each other through life’s trials and triumphs. Channel Guide Magazine wants to recognize the following TV best friends for making up laugh, cry and shoot beverages out of our noses with their exploits. Which TV BFFs will still be pals even when they’re old and grey? Which TV clique would you love to join? Vote for your favorite friends (aka Best Besties) in our 2014 Viewers Voice Awards. Vote in the poll below! Let us know what we missed in the comments below or vote on one of our […]

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Best Redneck TV Shows: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

The neck crust and the snot-flying sneezes gave the Thompson/Shannon clan (aka Honey Boo Boo) the title last year for Best Redneck TV Show. They get their second nomination in the 2014 Viewers Voice Award but they are up against some tough competition including Discovery’s new Alaskan Bush People, which has generated strong ratings and plenty of online chatter, as well as, CMT’s highest-rated series ever Party Down South. Other noms in the category include Animal Planet’s own Turtleman for Call of the Wild and A&E’s ratings juggernaut Duck Dynasty. You decide what show deserves the crown of Best Redneck […]

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Best Game Show: The 3rd Annual Viewers Voice Awards

Who doesn’t love a game show? Based on reader input and staff favorites Channel Guide Magazine has nominated 5 shows in the Best Game Show category. Most of these shows have been on for decades — Family Feud, Jeopardy, The Price is Right and Wheel of Fortune. Joining those classics in the nominations is the new game show Family Game Night. So which one is your favorite? Vote for the best game show in the poll below! Let us know what we missed in the comments below or vote on one of our other categories in the 3rd Annual Viewers […]

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News & Current Events

TV legend James Garner dies at age 86

From Maverick and The Rockford Files to The Notebook, James Garner was a TV and film legend. Garner, age 86, died Saturday, July 19, 2014 at his Los Angeles home. As of press time the cause of death is unknown. Garner had a distinguished career in TV and film, and could easily move between light-hearted comedies to dramas. He dropped out of high school at age 16 and joined the Merchant Marines and then later served in the Army fighting in the Korean War before he turned his attention to acting. His first breakout role was as dry-witted gambler Brett […]