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Drama (genre)

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  • “La Teniente” (“The Lieutenant”) to make U.S. premiere on mun2 in January

     
    Since making its debut on Azteca 7 in Mexico in September, the scripted action series La Teniente (The Lieutenant) has quickly become one of the top programs in the country. The much-buzzed-about show will be making its U.S. debut Jan. 13 at 10pm ET on...
  • Tonight: Sheldon plays nurse on ‘Big Bang Theory’; Neve Campbell on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’; Lee Child on TCM

     
    The highlights Thursday: Sheldon nurses a sickly Amy, and Wolowitz tries to befriend his father-in-law on “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 on CBS. Jim Parsons' bedside manner as Sheldon is likely to be the night's biggest attraction. Elena (Nina...
  • Skelton: 'Lincoln' provides political lessons from the past

     
    Any politicians looking for inspiration should head to their nearest movie theater, says George Skelton in his Thursday column. "The movie “Lincoln” should be required viewing for all elected chief executives from president to mayor," he...
  • ‘Lincoln’: Look at all those TV actors; did you love the surprise?

     
    Another day at the multiplex, another chance to see some wonderful TV actors showing their versatility. Today's example: “Lincoln.” Of course, it's a grand showcase for Daniel Day-Lewis as Honest Abe. But the intimate Steven Spielberg epic...
  • Best of the Web

     
    Best of the Web is a roundup of photography, video and multimedia from around the world wide web....
  • 21 Best Things on Cable TV in 2012 (and Boo Boo, too!)

     
    21 Best Things on Cable TV in 2012 counts down the top shows, moments, trends and more that made 2012 an unforgettable year in cable TV. The Biggest, The Best … And Boo Boo, Too! If The World Ends In 2012, At Least There Was Something Good On Cable....
  • William Shatner boldly goes where he's gone before in one-man show at Easton's State Theatre

     
    The catchphrase from the 1960s television show “Star Trek” was “to boldly go where no man has gone before.” Actor William Shatner, whose role as that show’s starship Enterprise commander Capt. Kirk has come to identify his...
  • ABC’s ‘Nightline’ previews ‘Zero Dark Thirty’

     
    Kathryn Bigelow at the Academy Awards in 2010. Photo credit: Chris Carlson/AP Photo THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: You've probably seen a few of the most likely Oscar contenders this year: “Lincoln,” “Argo,” “Silver Linings...
  • ABC cancels ‘Last Resort,’ ‘666 Park Avenue’

     
    ABC has added to the fall cancellation list. Two new dramas, ”666 Park Avenue” and “Last Resort,” have bitten the dust. The supernatural thriller “666,” about a New York building with devilish contracts, was a ratings...
  • ‘Partners’ pulled from CBS schedule

     
    “Partners,” the new sitcom from the “Will & Grace” creators, has been pulled from the CBS schedule. A repeat of “Two and a Half Men” will fill the 8:30 p.m. Monday time slot next week. More comedy repeats will fill...
  • 'Dark Shadows' is short on storytelling, not style, critics say

     
    "Dark Shadows," Tim Burton's adaptation of the 1960s soap opera, features many of his trademarks: macabre setting, offbeat sense humor, Johnny Depp. Reviews have been mixed and suggest that one's appreciation of the film will depend on their taste for...