Both the Golden Globe and Academy Awards shows have for decades enjoyed the privilege of extravagant media hype, while historically, the Faith and Values Movieguide Awards — which honor wholesome family and Christian fare — have largely been ignored by the mainstream media. In recent years, however, the more family-oriented awards ceremony has been gaining traction in some Hollywood circles, and as a result, tonight at 7:00 p.m. the Hallmark Movie Channel will air the 19th Annual Movieguide Awards.

Johnny Depp, who portrays Disney's swishy pirate Captain Jack Sparrow and will star in studio's forthcoming version of The Lone Ranger, is doing the war dance over what he views as Tonto maltreatment in the show's most famous incarnation on television.

The famous comic-book hero Superman has announced plans to speak at the United Nations to renounce his American citizenship and become a citizen of the world, sending a strong message and upsetting many of his fans in the process.  

The Miss America 2011 pageant, which was held in Las Vegas and aired on ABC on January 15th, celebrated its 90th anniversary. It is now the fourth longest-running live event in TV history.

New York Times columnist Roger Cohen wrote an op-ed piece for his paper’s September 20 issue entitled “Democracy Still Matters,” in which he lamented the fact that “democracy has lost its luster.” In his article, the writer attempted to solve the “mystery” of why democracy has declined in the first decade of the 21st century.

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