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Drama (genre)

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  • Tonight: What are ‘The Greatest TV Shows of Our Time’?

     
    ‘Saturday Night Live' in the early years, from left: Gilda Radner, Laraine Newman, Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin. Courtesy Everett Collection THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: It's a grand night for TV nostalgia. The Tuesday highlights:...
  • Tom Hanks to host ‘Killing Lincoln’ based on Bill O’Reilly’s book

     
    Oscar winner Tom Hanks will be the on-camera narrator and host of “Killing Lincoln,” an unusual project based on Bill O'Reilly's best-selling book. The two-hour project will premiere next year on National Geographic Channel. The film comes...
  • Emmys: ‘Modern Family’ likely to repeat, but ‘Mad Men’?

     
    This year's edition of the prime-time Emmys may not pack a lot of suspense. The heavy favorites include “Modern Family” for sitcom, “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” for variety show, “The Amazing Race” for reality...
  • Emmys 2012: Which show should win for outstanding drama series? Take our poll

     
    Which show should win for outstanding drama series at the 2012 Emmys? Vote in our poll....
  • 'Innocence of Muslims' movie shot in L.A. County last year

     
    The movie “Innocence of Muslims” was shot in Los Angeles County in August of 2011 under the working title of “Desert Warriors” according to records released Wednesday evening by FilmL.A. Inc. The trailer for the film, which depicts...
  • Halloween programming 2012

     
      The month of October (and even the last few days of September) have plenty to offer the fan of all things creepy, as we gear up for Halloween season. Whether you like your horror hardcore, or more family-friendly, you should be able to find some movie...
  • Tonight: ‘The X Factor’ takes on ‘The Voice,’ ‘America’s Got Talent’

     
    Fox, NBC and CBS are staging a battle of the reality shows Wednesday. The ratings performance of ”The X Factor” will be most closely watched, because it will shape Fox's fall. Executive producer Simon Cowell fell short of his lofty ratings...
  • Tony Scott: Witnesses tell LAPD they saw director leap from bridge

     
    Investigators probing the death of "Top Gun" director Tony Scott are talking to witnesses who saw the filmmaker jump to his death from the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro. Los Angeles police first learned of the incident after 12:30......
  • Olympics: NBC to debut two series during Games

     
    The fall TV season doesn't officially begin until September, but NBC will make its new series available sooner. NBC will use the London Olympics, which begin Friday, to launch two comedies. “Go On,” with “Friends” favorite...
  • ‘America’s Got Talent’ tops weekly ratings

     
    Reality series, cable drama and several CBS repeats were the top programs in Central Florida last week. The top programs in total viewers: 1. “America's Got Talent” Tuesday, NBC, 131,100 viewers 2. “The Closer,” TNT, 128,300 3. &#...
  • Emmys: Can ‘Mad Men’ be overtaken? A few predictions

     
    The nominees for top miniseries or movie are FX's "American Horror Story," HBO's "Game Change," History's "Hatfields & McCoys," HBO's "Hemingway & Gellhorn," BBC America's "Luther" and PBS' "Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia." "Game Change," a look at...