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Review: I Wanna Marry 'Harry' Is Missing the Prince and the Charm

I Wanna Marry 'Harry' Is Missing the Prince and the Charm: Review

Originally posted 05/20/2014 08:00PM

Whoever came up with the concept for I Wanna Marry "Harry" deserves a bonus, a garter of some order or other, a ceremonial sword and a small crown with the jewels carefully pried loose.

You can't just be giving away jewels.

The point is that it has been a while since a reality show's concept was so outlandishly irresistible that it created the instant rush of anticipation that "Harry" has. It premieres Tuesday (9 p.m.) on FOX.

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Hmmm ... Idol Gets Barely a Mention by Fox TV at Upfronts

Andy Samberg's Cop Comedy Shows Promise for Fox's Fall Lineup

Originally posted 05/13/2013 07:35PM

Very little time at Monday's FOX 2013-14 upfront presentation was devoted to the elephant in New York's Beacon Theater – America Idol's troubled, near-completed season – except to compare the show's long-running success to Gunsmoke's.

This caused a moment's pause, not only with the thought that the incredibly influential, always buzzed-about Idol could ever be gone, but also with the reflection that at some time in the future it would be completely irrelevant. Ah well.

The bulk of FOX's smoothly clockwork presentation, of course, kept an eye on that future, at least a few months from now, with clips of upcoming shows. Nothing looked as remotely silly as last year's short-lived Mob Doctor, which was a relief, and there were several premieres that will have people talking:

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Randy Jackson Leaving American Idol After 12 Years | Randy Jackson

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Randy Jackson Leaving American Idol After 12 Years

Originally posted 05/09/2013 06:05PM

Bye, dawg.

After 12 years at the judge's table, celebrating the soaring voices and putting down the pitchy, Randy Jackson is leaving American Idol.

Alerting his fans with statement beginning "Yo! Yo! Yo!," the exuberant Jackson – the last of the show's original judges, going back to the original Simon Cowell-Paula Abdul days – says he finally wanted to "put all of the speculation to rest" about his future.

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